Is there a list?
Is there a list?
Also, Rover's twin brother/si(ster/bbling). It never got far.
And Big Jim!
Use both. But that one is too much since there are some valid web sites that have problems like YouTube.
I agree. I try to help out by reporting issues that I run into, but I can't do this fulltime since I already have a paying SQA job.
Which employer is that?
My Windows XP Pro SP3's Windows Explorer kept crashing because of SecureROM that was from C&C3:KW addon. It took me a while to figure out why.
Yeah, I meant a tiny model M keyboard.
50,000 people have already answered, but here's my two cents, too..
Even as someone who perfers a slide out keyboard (Droid 4, here. Probably the last of the good slideout keyboards) it probably comes down to manufacturing costs..
it costs less for softkey phones, less moving parts, infinitely remappable keys, et al..
i rely on my hardware keyboard, cuz SSH. I mean, not losing screen real estate just to get a terminal is worth it..
i realize this is a minority reason for a good hardware keyboard, but yea.. i can type without looking, i can type FASTER..
softkeyboards only exist to make all typists equally crappy typers.. but because the problem is money, you can bet hardware keyboards will never come back.
I'd like that. Click, click, click!!
Typical of geeks with chickens.
Thanks for this! Both you and the previous poster explaining BGP. So many people have misconceptions on how the Internet works. Then there is the added complexity of business.
I really proves nothing that Netflix over a VPN is faster than without a VPN. We already know Verizon-Level3 peering is saturated. Both sides have admitted it. It comes down to how to solve the problem. It is not a technical problem. It is a business problem
So what if Level3 offers to pay for the upgraded link. If the existing agreement is settlement-free upgrading the link will likely push the traffic exchange outside the agreement. So if Level3 starts sending more traffic than it received from Verizon, then they should pay Verizon for transit of that traffic. Verizon has probably told them that. Level3 comes back and says, "But we'll pay for the upgraded equipment." Verizon says, "So what? If the traffic isn't equal, then you pay." And on and on it goes. So, as stated above, the best thing to do is for Netflix to create peering connections with Verizon that have no expectation of equal traffic. They will have to pay Verizon for these connections.
This is NOTHING new people. This is how the Internet has always worked.
I miss freshmeat/freecode for showing the (lat/new)est additions & up(grad/dat)es on its home page without an account.
I was born with a tiny jaw and I could not open my mouth wide. Surgeries, using a bones from my right hip into my mouth to extend the jaw bones, didn't help much to make them bigger.
Sure, but what about the service part. How do we know what happens to the data that goes in and out of these phones? Can we encrypt from our phones to the other end like voice communications, textings, etc.?