The short answer is yes. If there is an agreement in place to pay for work performed, then you pay. That doesn't prevent you from taking separate action for the malicious activity. Now, if the payment arrangement for $40 upon completion of both.. you'd have an argument.
Everywhere I'm looking, the Windows stick is $150 and the Ubuntu is $110. I don't want to dig for more realistic numbers, but based on retail pricing for desktop/laptop level components we're looking at around $25. It wouldn't seem overly unreasonable to assume most/all of the price difference is due to hardware and little/nothing to do with MS.
At least in the PNW, there aren't any restrictions on operating/parking a truck either. That is, aside from the whole not fitting in a compact parking spot.
It depends on the SUV and Van. Based on MPG, the best full sized SUV is on par with the best minivan. The worst SUV is markedly worse than the worst minivan. I'm sure most of it just boils down to whether it's 2WD, AWD, or 4WD.
I'll admit I think it's stupid they had three (unless it was triplets, or one then twins), let alone are talking about if they have more. I think it's irresponsible in a modern society. That being said, I'd sooner support their choice than support laws to prevent it.
But, can you really expect China to produce Stillsuits even remotely as well as the Fremen?
Everyone has their part to play... if I was truely offended, I'd of made more of an effort on the response.
Way to be a pedantic asshole.... Not that I expect different around here.
I work for the local rural telephone company. We can offer 6-18mbps down and 1mbps up, on a single line. Very small local pockets are only just now being able to support up to 100mbps down. It's not cost effective outside of urban/sub-urban areas, which there are none on this island. So, it's not ONLY about the companies wanting more money.
Why? Because he'd know how to use email?
They're specifically making the point that Hiroshima was an atomic bomb, and stating the devastating effects of it. They're doing this to paint a mental picture of how much additional power is in a hydrogen bomb.
The issue isn't about Google giving them their key or anything. CNNIC is a root level CA and is considered trusted by all the major operating systems. CNNIC gave their keys to MCS temporarily and MCS used that authority to issue certs with falsified info.
But, there would be plenty of sexualized body parts involved... just in the videos being watched.
It's not AS bad as the AC made it sound, but by no means is D&D on the same level as the Minecraft craze.
It's true, they might keep it internal for testing. However, if they do open it up for use I imagine it'll likely not be at a higher price point. If they open it up, they'd want people to actually use the service.