bullshit, I said people have overinflated view of how much bandwidth you require for work due to bandwidth intensive sites. The rest was made up in your own head.
you have to go back a few years to find such a huge drop in currency value. 20-50% drops and rises in BTC are a DAILY occurance. It is closer to a stock or a commodity than it is a currency.
I can call what comes out of a horses arse Currency too, it doesn't make it so.
what has gaming and streaming 1080p got to do with working over a low speed link? unless you are specifically a game tester or video stream editor you are just building a strawman. I never claimed or argued they would be good for such purposes.
ummmm that is using a mix of SSH and citrix, probably half and half.
nothing much has changed in 5 years that would make working from home any harder on such a link. Unless he is into high end photo or video editing it just means it is slow to surf utube during breaks. I CURRENTLY regularly work via a 500kbps link and it is perfectly fine, most people have an overinflated view of what you actually require for bandwidth which has come from multimedia intensive sites and streaming video.
What article? it is just another bloggers rant. I hate DRM but only an idiot would use that article as evidence to how bad it is.
So are you saying the article is WRONG and they aren't mounted on the vehicles? or did you just not read the article?
If they use the scanners correctly they are actually a fantastic tool for police. allows them to actually target stolen cars, unregistered drivers, suspended drivers etc far better at a far lower cost to the tax payer than pulling over every car. They use them here in Australia very effectively.
I never claimed libs are better. Though it would truly be hard to do worse than the previous 6 years at this point. a new set of incompetence and neglect doesn't excuse the grouse mismanagement of the previous government.
While Murdoch is a prick. He can hardly be blamed for a labor governments incompetence of over promising and underdelivering.
Even in the US they have a right t demand them back. Shipping mistakes don't fall under the unsolicited gifts category. The receiver can only keep it if the seller isn't willing to pay reasonable shipping costs and or isn't willing to arrange for the item to be retrieved in a reasonable timeframe.
before giving the headline or summary any attention what so ever you need to take note of "Posted by Soulskill", that is all you needed to do to be certain that the summary bears no resemblance to the actual article and has been twisted to some sort of flamebait.
What a coincidence. Zero Trust is EXACTLY what I have in google.
Unfortunately it is you that is repeating misleading sound bites. The majority of those on NBN aren't even taking up the highend bandwidth, they are taking 12mbps or 25mbps plans, these people are very easily serviced by mobile broadband at a fraction of the cost of having a fixed line NBN. It doesn't take a high speed low latency connection to browse the web and read email