Most of those stats are pretty mundane and generic. It might get you somewhat to what you might be looking for, but I wouldn't exactly call it "hacking". And unless you have the diagnostic tool specific to that manufacturer/make/model, you are unlikely to do anything than read those generic values and reset the check engine light.
I can see this applying to FAR more than cycling.
You could use it to dehumidify an entire house! I mean, in summer when you have hot, muggy air something like this, obviously on a bigger scale, could do wonders to remove the moisture plus even maybe a bit of heat in the air making it much more comfortable in a space.
What difference does it make if a low income family saves $10 on POTS or $10 on a cell phone? It's not like that $10 is getting them an unlimited data plan and a top of the line phone.
I figured it out.
This is them whenever they see money, period. mine!
Really? Who would have ever have though a corporation would want to make money.
What else do you own that breaks in day-to-day usage?
Everything can break in day to day usage. It doesn't break day-to-day, but it's the usage day-to-day that may cause it to break.
Sounds like these 3D printers are a weird fad.
Then don't participate.
At least they pay for themselves in a year, right?
Do you really need to make the same reply over and over?
And when that fishing line eventually wears out and snaps, what happens to whatever axis that fishing line was supporting? It comes crashing down. With a Hyrel 3D printer, it looks like the Z-axis lifts up and is made of metal. That means there's a decent amount of weight that is being supported. I'm not sure a "professional grade" 3D printer should damage itself when a fishing line would break.
Advantages for a ball screw is lower friction losses over an ACME or other lead-screw designs and for a use like this, is essentially maintenance free and will outlast the rest of the printer.
Actually here in Denmark many people use "jordvarme", which google translates to geothermal, which it is _not_.
It's technical name is ground source heat pump or geothermal heat pump, often just shortened to geothermal. It's loops are typically 6-8 below ground (for horizontal loops) where the ground temperature is relatively constant year round. Yes it is different that "geothermal power" or "geothermal heating" which uses heat from the earth directly, but it's still "geothermal" none the less.
Consumers, in one form or another, will be responsible for breaches.
We (the consumers) always have been. If breaches start to hurt the bottom line of the processors, merchant fees will just increase. Merchant fees increasing will result in merchandise prices to rise or credit card surcharges (where legal).
I wasn't the one that make the original post, but yes, it's an expense to my credit union (and everyone else's credit union or bank) for something that they won't be reimbursed by Home Depot. The cost for Home Depot was what it cost them to investigate the breach, fix it, replace terminals, etc, as well as damage control, credit monitoring for the victims, etc.
The cheapest first class metered mail for pre-sorted by 5 digit zip code is about $.38/letter. It's cheaper, but I wouldn't say "far cheaper". Standard class bulk mail (aka junk mail) goes cheaper, but can't be used for personalized correspondence, sending out replacement credit cards, etc.
And in the end, you'd just end up then paying Verizon well over $110 a month.
My credit union sent me two snail-mail letters as well as two emails telling me my card likely was included in the breach. They then sent me, via Visa, a new card. Even after I had already activated it, they sent me two follow up letters, one to say that I should have already received my card and that even if I hadn't, my old card would be deactivated on a date, and then on that date I received a letter saying it was deactivated.
If I'm reading USPS.com right, the cheapest first class letter rate is for an 5-digit zip sorted/trayed automation letter at $.381/letter which cost my credit union $1.905 in postage before even factoring in printing and stuffing the envelops, replacement card costs, and the employee costs for doing all the above.
You must not have received the memo. Literally now means both in a literal sense, as well in a not so literal sense.
$400m dollars? I get the whole preserving your legacy thing, and it's his money he can do what he wants I guess...but is there nothing better that he could put $400m towards that will actually do the world good?
Nitpick, but God created the earth on the first day and then populated it on days 5 and 6. The 7th day was spent resting, drinking beer, and watching football.