I do in the manner you mention but now I am not so worried about it anymore.
However, just because I gave Person A access to my wifi, that doesn't mean I give everyone Person A knows access to my wifi. This could end up in legal hot water territory.
I guess that I just won't be giving any guests access to my network anymore. They can pony up and get their own mobile data plan for their devices.
Our experience with refurbs at work are horrible. They always leak and we've had a few damage printers. We stick to OEM now. It's just not worth the bother.
Hopefully one of the features shows dollar signs on the display when enough force is exerted that the screen cracks!
Well, they've been in the news lately as shipping specific product to reviewers / benchmark testers and then shipping utter garbage to everyone else.
No kidding. Whose bright idea was it to overlay the comment count and icon over the title? It obscures long titles now.
I think the UI designers unzipped their pocket full of tricks and forgot to zip it back up again, it's turning into a how-not-to-do-UI example.
With all the stupid changes to this site lately (polls, video feed, and now they overlay comments and the icon over the title obscuring the title) it feels like someone unzipped a slashdot pocket and everything fell out.
Sure, they'll fire a bunch of staff, but management will somehow miraculously come out unscathed.
7.5. Watch reality TV
Make sure that they run whatever cable you decide to run (ethernet, fiber, whatever) in conduit, ideally with junction boxes on a relatively regular basis (at bends, etc), so it is easy to draw new wire through when you need to.
Yes, the electrician will say "you don't need to do that; that's silly." Ignore him. Do it.
Do not put junction boxes at all bends. Electrical code in almost all regions require junction boxes to be accessible (you can't cover them with drywall), so that means you'll have a metal cover plate on your wall where these boxes are. If you're concerned about bends, adjust the conduit diameter accordingly.
1a) Wire all lights separately from outlets. If you pop the breaker you'll still be able to see...
Which cost about $10 to make. No wait, less than that, as they obviously took shortcuts somewhere. Otherwise they wouldn't be catching fire.
Out if interest, what "infections"? Do you have any examples.
Keep in mind malware = virus for most computer users.
I myself have cleaned two MacBooks of malware in the last six months. We don't use them here at work, but I had a neighbour bring over their two MacBooks because they had a "virus".
It turns out their children (adult children!) were going to free TV sites and the like and had their web browsers taken over (yes, including Safari. They had two browsers on these laptops, Chrome and Safari). Both machines were unable to connect to the internet. It also slowed the entire machine to a crawl, I had to wait almost 10 minutes for a terminal to open. This is not a virus per-se, as it only infected the local user accounts, and it fucked up both browsers so badly that browsing the internet was impossible, I couldn't even get it to load Google's search page. netstat showed that there were serveral processes running trying to talk to the internet. Now fixing these was not that difficult, as it only "infected" the local profiles.
However, they were the ones who brought it to me and said it was virus-infected. I guess they had a PC laptop before the MacBook, and only bought the MacBook because they were told it can't get viruses. Both told me when their MacBooks break down they won't pay the premium to get another Mac laptop.