for an announcement this big they would have to have found adenosine triadenide.
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capitalism is grand. king quarter. year over year increase or die at home crying.
There is also a huge difference between verizon's wireless, landline and longhaul divisions.
Just migrate to Subsonic. Much better imnsho.
i guess that eliminates all their directly connected ethernet customers...
the only way to detect nat is with protocol-based packet inspection. the tcp header would appear the same whether there was a router doing nat or a regular pc hanging off the circuit. unless the router is assigning a tos value or some other such malarkey of course.
did not know that.
also, i never said anything about a car
(not sure why i posted this on their website. i blame the booze).
Did a bit of math and figured out that at 60mph you would need a complete obstruction every 2.5 feet to induce a state change (on-off), 5 feet for a full flicker (on-off-on).
This compound cycles on-off 33.333 (repeating, of course) times/sec. Halve that for a full on-off-on cycle. The human eye can do fine with a video frame rate of 30/sec, but can detect up to 72 frames/sec.
It is possible the flicker may induce optical illusions, but not likely considering the optimal cycle time produces the highest flicker rate. Any UV transition slower will produce less flickers/sec, while a faster transition will create an increasingly static tint (chemical can't transition quickly enough).
Now sitting under a 60Hz black light, that may be kind of trippy.