I come to slashdot to learn proper punctuation and grammar.
I think it's vision is being fulfilled by the Raspberry Pi. Cheap and low power it offers a lot of possibilities for education and seems to fire the imagination and creativity in children.
Don't go there. It's not about politics it's about money. I'm as far right as anyone around but I can't see where it's any government's business to regulate to this level. The only possible purpose this law has is to squeeze one business out to protect the established ones. I'm tired of these so called "conservatives" pushing more government regulation. He's not conservative he's a monopolist.
Many auto manufacturers own members of Congress it seems. Tucker already tried busting into this business ages ago by out innovating the established companies and he got stepped on. I can't see Tesla succeeding here either. It'll be one rule or regulation after another until they are buried.
I use simple and easy for everything non-monetary related. For things like my bank I use very long and complex passwords that I have to write down in a book. If I ever lose this book I'm fucked.
I thought the point was water usage. I missed the part about money.
That's interesting. I remember they were called sugar beets but that was ages ago when I was a child. I damn sure haven't bought any since I've been an adult, sugar or otherwise.
I noticed sugar beets used very little water comparatively. That may explain why they taste like dirt.
The statement that they export 100 billion gallons of water in alfalfa is silly. There is a sod farm down the road from me and they water grass like crazy. Is all that water in the grass? When they cut, roll and ship the sod does the water go with it? Nope. Some of the water is used by the grass for it's growth, a lot evaporates and a lot goes into the ground returning to the water table. This is pure propaganda of the worst kind. What about the cattle? How much water is in a pound of ground beef? Hundreds? Of course not! It may take hundreds to grow it but the cows piss out almost all the water they take in. That water doesn't ship with them. There is a cost to grow these things and it does take water but water is replenishable although if you overpopulate an area (California) it will become scarce. Maybe deserts were meant to be dry? This article is sensationalism.
Not that amazing. The US government has been sold off to the highest bidders. They just interpret the Constitution to mean what they want it to mean so it doesn't get in their way anymore. At least they're smart enough to know there are limits to what they can do without waking up the apathetic majority. As long as they don't go too far most people are content to ignore the danger of a government that has slipped it's leash.
I agree with the original poster. If you absolutely must have security then online gaming is going to be a big hole in your defenses. It may be possible to secure a gaming rig but you can bet it's a massive job. I'd never trust it for anything important.
1999 was the year of Linux on my Desktop. I could give a shit about everybody else desktops.
I've got more stuff to watch on my DVR than I have time for now. I have to actually make time to watch Game of Thrones.
Actually selling firearms is mostly legal. Some States have certain regulations you have to comply with but generally compliance isn't that difficult. I don't know why they'd use Facebook though as there are much better places to advertise their wares that are known to people interested in buying and selling firearms. This is just a lot of hysteria as people who like to bitch are looking for an excuse to be offended. Facebook is privately owned and can ban pretty much anything they want.
Oregon should put a lien against it until the SOB finishes the job.