If you want to see my surgery from the surgeon's end of things, Here you go!
Yes, they gave me a DVD of it.
iLASIK is done with all lasers, one to make the flap that was previously done by blade, and the usual LASIK after that. Fewer reported complications than with the older blade style. At my six month checkup I was seeing 20/10 from my left eye and 20/15 from my right. I'm 48 and previously wore progressive lenses. They adjusted my right for a closer focal distance.
It all just works, I love it.
Want metal? Come on Motorhead's Motorboat September 22-26! "The loudest boat in the world!"
Motorhead, Anthrax, Megadeth, Wilson, High on Fire and a host of others...
Google SSL... Now with a side channel for ads.
Well 220.127.116.11/8 is entirely allocated for amateur radio use, so it's a slightly different situation. It was allocated back when IPs were given away willy-nilly and is so randomly utilized that condensing the space and recovering any of it would be an interesting proposition.
Packet radio is so niche that that particular subnet will probably never even get close to full, so there's no harm in you still having your chunk.
This is why Apple should resurrect its ZFS project. Overnight they would be the largest ZFS vendor to match with being the largest UNIX vendor.
The gravy train is only a supersized meal away!
Michael Peevey mentions "safey rules" but then goes on to 'lacking airport permits, as well as lacking proper "trade dress" on their vehicles and lacking proof of insurance.' Ok, lacking proof of insurance I can understand. So carry papers in the glovebox and all is well.
Airport permits? That's just money denied to the airports. I'd wager the complaints that are not from cabbies are from the airport authorities for this very reason.
Trade dress? Fine, slap on a cheap magnetic sign. That is not a safety issue.
They dress is up as "safety rules" but the real motives are financial.
"We have heard numerous complaints that (our) safety rules are being ignored,"
Yeah, the cabbies are complaining. I would guess non-cabbies love the service.
they'll still keep a list of where you've been on the phone..
Settings -> Privacy -> Location Services -> System Services -> Frequent Locations -> Off
There are several good privacy related options in there.