I distinctly remember YouTube when I got the first Roku box... Then after an update it disappeared. Glad to see it added on without using PlayOn.
Wax has been used for phase change cooling for quite some time. Any ways, a wiki link: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paraffin_wax And, a table of (candle) wax melting points: http://www.nuscentscandle.com/melt-point-and-pour-candle-wax-temperature-chart/ You just have to account for the expansion, as always.
Also, unless this guy has fabricated some new chemical that is his food replacement (which he hasn't) then he is using what eveyrone else is using but in different proportions (maybe). It's pretty much a known science what the body needs as far as carbs, protein, vitamins, and minerals are. Ensure and its variants are fairly decent meal replacements (and come in flavors). For dry powder, I like Tru-Food Vegan (http://www.nowfoods.com/Tru-Food-Vegan-Berry-Flavor-2-2lbs.htm) and Vega also makes their version as do many others. These have been on the market way longer and have a reputation. Not some guy who got a million from kickstarter to do exactly the same thing.
The concepts of antenna radiation patterns and propogation has been fairly well understood for quite some time now.
The students quickly used the tablet for entertainment vice studying. Something like a Kindle paper white on the other hand would be better. Too slow to be used for anything other than reading and making notes.
In order for the info to show. Which, it should have been especially considering they had a suspicion of him. But, they rarely do. Even if you get a DUI or charged with sexual harassment they rarely put that stuff in. Also, a TS review is every 5 years. So, when you hop from one job to the next it's a cursory examination which would not involve a full-scope poly. He might not have even had a TS w/SCI and poly, etc, and just manipulated lax network security (as he obviously did). The timing kinda makes me think that he was going up for review with a poly at which point he would have been discovered so he decided now was the time.
Uh, have you used a 3D printer before? You really think it's plug-n-play with no skill set required? How about being able to use AutoCAD or Solidworks? The programs to slice and compile the gcode? I guess if you have 8k to spend on a used, commercial, 3D printer you can print without any prior CAD knowledge but I have yet to meet someone who had either an open source or commercial printer who did nit have to have some understanding of CAD. So, we went from rudimentary metal shop skills and $50 of tools and parts to $2k ( for a hobby printer that has a build envelope large enough fir the gun parts) or $8k for a used printer off of eBay. Throw in hours of learning any variant of free or commercial CAD software and some more hours learning the printer. Yeah, not exactly available to the typical gangbanger.
This delay was "released" on Friday, I can't find anything relating to this at all. I wonder if this was spawned by Al Jazera or the like and it went viral. Can anyone find an actual official release? All I see is the same opening paragraph, political filler, but no authentic, non-repudiable source. http://www.defense.gov/releases/ http://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-and-releases There was a delay for a Minuteman III test out of Barksdale but that was released on 2/28/13 for an upgrade to it systems: http://www.afgsc.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123291773
They charge for power, phone drop, internet drop. But, it's to get approval for products that could easily be in a contract worth 100x that amount.
Zeorge writes "I was reading up on passwords and how a WPA is considerbly more secure then WEP. However, I realized that as I never have changed my password, it is still a question of "when" my wifi will be hacked if someone wanted to. Which begs me to ask other fellow Slashdotters, how often do you change your Wireless Lan password?