You need to have speakers able to go very low in frequency to experience the really low notes.
Would that make any difference considering how beat up Greece is right now.
Those in Greece with money have already placed that in hard assets in foreign countries.
You can add Poland as well, they aren't too bad. They actually work!
Start with kicking out Greece. It's a money pit.
The Brits do was they please, it won't change much if they are in or out.
The EU itself has grown to a colossus of well-paid politicians striving for more power than they can get in their home countries.
Much about the video, but what about sound? Still just stereo sound on most YouTube videos.
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I complain about lack of options
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I agree to some extent - frequent changes hurts more than it helps. Changing password shall be when it's considered necessary, and it's only you that uses the password that can decide that.
But to increase security a 2-factor authentication shall be used, so that you need to combine with a keycard or similar in order to gain access. That will make it harder for anyone that wants to gain access to the net.
But if you want higher security you should also build your net within a company on segments so that there are several separate segments of the network within the company. E.g. Human Resources should run their segment, Management another etc. That way a security compromise would not be as serious as if it was on a non-segmented network. This will of course require separate servers for the different segments and internal firewalls.
I think it's more interesting that ATC hasn't been applied already to ensure that trains are driven within the limits. It won't stop every accident, but it will at least lower the risks introduced by the human factor.
Enforce too much ads and people will go elsewhere, but now we have the adblockers so people will go wherever they like. That's the reason why people no longer watch TV - they can't avoid the ads that spams them with perceived higher audio volume, stroboscopic effects causing epilepsy and doubling the time a show goes on.
Ever considered why some sports are more available on TV than others? Baseball and American Football - you can inject ads often. The long full course yellows on motorsports are great for ads - and they are a lot longer and more frequent today than a few years ago.
Also look at magazines that have died over time. A magazine that was once popular and thin grew fatter and fatter with ads while a lot of the content became watered down and suddenly people stopped buying that magazine.
That said - I can live with ads if they aren't impacting on the stuff I want to access. Often a text ad of around 10 words is enough to catch the attention of anyone that's interested. Throwing up a full page ad covering the content alienates the visitor completely and will result in people looking for a belt-fed shotgun to clean out the company behind the ad.
And it's still not showing it's age - the question of having a stable situation is important, a lot of changes and failed software from an OS upgrade costs huge amounts of money.
Add to it: Who needs Windows 10? It's way too early after the release of the decently working Windows 7.
Too frequent OS updates is just causing trouble for users.
Any bank not offering a certified 2-factor authentication should be penalized.
I can't imagine why such passwords would be so hard to handle for financial institutions and they have everything in the world to lose from sloppy security. So just why, considering that these institutions complain of mega money being lost, do they not have a better password system? Do they somehow gain when money goes missing?