Now, let's hear it for us Introverts! Come on, get up and.... ooohh! Math Puzzles!
Forget the idiotic complaint about the horrors of a government purchasing process: who is responsible for the security of this "system"?
If a real argument could be made for the need of this data, the system would have been quietly upgraded, and we would have even more information at risk.
he lack of the upgrade is the best evidence that there is no compelling reason to keep this information at all.
Six months? I guess I'm OK then, having not been through Oakland in the last six months. So what other municipalities are quietly using this same hopelessly lame system?
Obviously the time offset is way more than 30 minutes.
Like about 70 years, maybe?
This will be a burden to the Sysadmins there though: They will have to manually timesync both of their computers.
And then what, magically lose that ability at age 18 like the rest of the plods online?
Actions. Have. Consequences.
A two year old can learn that easily, if the consequences are proximate to the cause.
How about making every post made by a 'child' immediately and publicly available? At least there would be
a clear result from postings, instead of the illusion of privacy that seems to promote irresponsible online behaviour.
I kinda want to do this, just for kicks.
Yes, my OTHER computer is anonymous, and will never visit any site I've been to.
The only thing 'irrevocable' then was my decision to find another carrier. No, it's not unlimited, but at least I'm getting what I agreed to pay for.
COMPASS [for the CDC-6000 series] is the sort of assembler one expects from a corporation whose president codes in octal. -- J.N. Gray