I've actually seen Verizon in much higher usage in that realm than AT&T. I'm sure there's a similar arrangement with them.
Kids bypassing security is a total failure for this program? Come onnnn. If anything it's giving them a reason to want to use them more and learn a little something about technology and security. But I guess they're not satisfied unless they have properly trained obedient creatures, not humans with the ability to think for themselves.
I want to shake my fist in frustration over the quality control here but I find myself thinking "damn, how did I go this long without knowing that?".
So thanks and all but...damn. Someone go build a Beowulf cluster out of gameboys so we can get some good news back.
And yeah, definitely encrypt your drives. Pretend your thief is as nerdy as any of us.
With that said - check out Prey if you haven't heard of it already: http://preyproject.com/
Pretty handy stuff for handling a situation where your gear gets stolen.
I wont lie...I was in that boat until reading this post. I haven't really been following the console market and from what I have seen it looked like the WiiU was actually some new controller for the Wii.
Sans gravity perhaps?
Tell this to the gas companies...
And I was worried about drop koalas. Now I have to worry about drop bears?!
I'm pretty sure the term "government" is synonymous with "idiots". Nature of the beast I suppose.
Thanks for the info! Good stuff.
Actually...I'm kind of interested in this. Know what regions, companies, etc are looking?
If anything this actually hurts opportunities for females. All this has done was create an environment where females may end up excluded because anything a male says could be used against them to cost them their jobs. I don't think this person even understands the magnitude of what she's done. Job loss is a Big Deal (tm). Immature jokes entirely NOT DIRECTED at you or even your gender from behind you in a crowd is nothing. Unless they were directing these comments at her I don't even see how this got to this level. Is there something I missed here? How is this not misandry?
Something I was discussing with my wife recently was if reading online counts. Most of my "scholarly" reading comes from Slashdot mostly which seems to be comprised primarily of educated folk. How much does this kind of reading contribute to traditional reading comprehension?