and they did a far better job of being worse, Lake_Karachay
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IBM did have a huge share of the ATM market for quite a while, even as it was fading into the dusk. But the manufactures of the machines are limited, so in the end, that is only a customer base of 4 or 5.
Very small rocks float in water, I learned this from a British film
250 miles of Grassy Knolls - beach tourists, cameras - we stand a chance of catching a picture of the shooter, next time
According to CSI: Cyber , a TV Remote used at some time, will qualify for a case being assigned to 'Cyber'
If you can't trust stuff on TV, what can you trust anymore?
If you have not seen the show, you have deprived yourself of nothing but pain.
This is an interesting real-time map of the mid atlantic region of the usa that shows real time pricing, and load data for their internections.
One of the more interesting conditions is when a region is willing to pay another to take their power, or watch the price of a megawatt spike over $300 in a couple of minutes, since Enron is not involved, it can and has, dropped just as fast too.
We have had global warming for about 20,000 years now - and lots of data from a few hundred years is not a reasonable sample size
In the end, it seems that it is always the electrons not performing other duties as assigned
that is the genius of the password, usa was in lower case letters
Then again, a password with all lower case letters is not the best idea, perhaps you have a point
Except for your thinking that a password posted in a slashdot comment, needs to reference the article
The owner of the hardware does have the right to do as they wish
This is an issue of the Microsoft EULA for Windows
OSX is Unix - very unlikely they will move to Linux, they have spent all that money to get the 'brand name'
This is just how the game is played.
Service is already metered. The pipe no matter how big, has hard limits.
Every bit that is moved across a line has a cost, it is cheap, but not free.
And you can not get everything for nothing.
Forestry product, recycled organic tree limb, custom carving, future trophy award,
Ah, the days when 'ACE' was the only 'IBM compatible', chips were ceramic, and an LS373 was required between the Eprom and the 8052.
AMD made the finest A/D converters known.