Well, you do have to enter the master password. (Figured I would save you the research since you obviously don't have time to do so before posting.)
Indeed, death implies an end. Syfy shows rarely have a proper ending.
I'm curious whether this difference is caused by by genetics.
Boys and girls at a young age also learn to dress differently, that doesn't mean it's genetic. Our brains are environmentally influenced to some degree; do we know how much that was found by this study is environmental vs. genetic?
Not affiliated at all with Coursera, but I noticed this free course the other day. Starts in January.
After all, no bank or bitcoin-emitter can be as public-minded as a government, and no private power can raise taxes or pass laws to unwind monetary excesses.
Well, except of course the Federal Reserve.
"Window" has never been used to describe the monitor. It's used to describe the rectangular user interfaces shown on your desktop.
Using that analogy, the term "window" never made sense anyway. Since when do you have a window on your desktop? I don't.
If anything, the new full-screen apps modify the term "window" to align more with your definition, where the window represents all that you see through a piece of glass (i.e. your monitor).
You really should have bet that as 0.1 BTC.
If the scientific community valued reproducibility as much as original work, we would solve 2 problems:
1) Science without confirmation can lead us astray for years.
2) There are plenty of scientists who a great at experimentation but lousy at coming up with new ideas, and these scientists (or potential scientists) may not be finding their full potential.
And while we're at it, let's value failed experiments as much as successful experiments.
Docker is an open source project that automates the deployment of applications inside software containers.
Operating system-level virtualization is a server virtualization method where the kernel of an operating system allows for multiple isolated user-space instances, instead of just one. Such instances (often called containers, VEs, VPSs or jails) may look and feel like a real server, from the point of view of its owner.
On Unix-based systems, this technology can be thought of as an advanced implementation of the standard chroot mechanism. In addition to isolation mechanisms, the kernel often provides resource management features to limit the impact of one container's activities on the other containers.
So my takeaway is that each container would feel like a full virtual machine, but with only the overhead of separate user-spaces and without the overhead of loading an entire operating system into each. A neat approach, really.
I guess the problem, then, is that the regulation is restricting the "good" ones who play by the rules. I think as a society we want to encourage those types to provide jobs and push our economy forward.
Now that doesn't mean I think the answer is "no regulation". Regulation, like the rules of football and baseball, help to maximize the goal of the game (or in this case, economic growth and stability). We need to be smart about finding the rules that help the game without making it boring or detrimental. Sometimes we have to decide to revert the rule about kicking off from the 30 yard line... it seemed like a good fun rule on paper, but caused too many injuries, which is detrimental.
The kind of person who does what it takes to become a billionaire CEO is not likely the kind of person who will simply "comply". Many of them got to their positions because they bent, if not blatantly broke, the rules.
If the government adds a regulation, somebody will find a way around it.
I never said "free" charging. Just the opportunity to charge, probably for a fee.
For that matter, some places might subsidize the electric eventually, but I doubt that would happen to begin with... especially considering that it would be unfair to those who don't have electric cars.
This is a chicken-and-egg problem, but once a critical mass buys electric cars, you'll start to seeing them in parking lots at your apartment, work, at restaurants, and many other places you spend time. They will do this because it offers a competitive advantage, the same way that offering free wifi does.
Gas stations will also provide this service, but I figure they will mostly go extinct once the entire country converts to electric (assuming this actually happens).
I guess it should also be pointed out that income tax subsidies on energy-efficient improvements start out looking like a win for Democrats, until they realize that poor and lower-middle-class folks can't afford to pay the up-front costs for energy efficient automobiles, air conditioning units, windows, doors, solar panels, etc.
Those subsidies primarily benefit the wealthy and put more tax burden on the poor, so then Democrats want to reduce the subsidies (which, of course, reduces the incentive to go green).