Yeah, I have a client that went from 10Mbps to 85Mbps, but their latency tripled and they started complaining about delay on their VoIP calls and dropped Citrix connections. I have a gamer friend who kept his Cable Modem over FiOS, because it had lower latency and he claimed that 10ms was enough to make the difference between being killed online and killing the other guy.
Buy the chips from China. Make your own, and run your own tweaked version of their OS. Save $200.
At least they need a warrant for that.
Yeah but the B2 won't be obsolete by the time it's built.
As a flight attendant.
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But my outlook plugins don't work anymore!!! This is unacceptable!
To be fair, they can. I should have said "should"
Really, a GMO could be safer, or less safe, or the same as anything else. The main problem I have with them is related to intellectual property. I propose a compromise. Must be labeled "This Crop was engineered by a litigious group of assholes that think the can patent genes."
I understand that it is a legal document that exists in several languages including english, i guess I'm just wondering if the EU definition of the term is any less nebulous that the US's "I know it when i see it."
I doubt that it is erotic imagery or copy that they are banning.
So are their minds more or less connected than their continents?
currently around $11 an hour
Umm, isn't the cancer itself prior art? Anyone who developed the BRCA1 mutation could claim to have created it previously.
Rather than doing this correctly, it will go like this. All "home" users will get CG-NAT. "Business" users will be allowed public IPs at a steep premium, and only when that possibility is completely exhausted, will IPv6 truly begin to be implemented. Hell, people might just use duct tape code and NAT subterfuge to drag this out another decade or two.