Most of these virtual universities are gone...
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Correct. It would not be criminal unless the student actually filed a formal police report.
They used to arrest people in the Los Angeles subways for the same thing - but the Mayor finally stopped the ridiculous practice:
"This is simply common sense. I want our law enforcement resources directed toward serious crime, not cell phone charging."
Eh, my experience is that a lot of things in the military are sold as systems, and that includes the OS that goes along with it.
So fire, or demote, the idiots who did not plan for a known future event (EOL of XP) when purchasing these systems. That includes the Generals, Admirals, etc..
It's not that easy. If they were migrating the OS and OTC software, it wouldn't be so problematic.
But they run millions of lines of custom code, purpose written for specific devices.
Changing OS would also require rewriting (and testing) all those specially apps.
The best thing that Microsoft could do for the world is put Windows 7 into perpetual maintenance
That's sort of what they are doing with the free upgrade to Win10
We have a name for a video that you passively watch of fictitious or staged events. It's called a "movie,"
I've personally defended Nakatomi Plaza from terrorists on several occasions.
I'm conditioned to open every chest and box I come across...
...and apparently, strippers don't explode in a shower of cash when you shoot them.
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It's been called a WORKSHOP or some close equivalent in various languages for something like 2000 years now! Why the heck do we need to make up a stupid name for it?
Because a 'workshop' or 'shop' is something you would find at a trade or tech school for future blue-collar workers.
A 'makerspace', although functionally identical (except for the Starbucks cups laying around), sounds like place you can go to make cool stuff while you are waiting for your 19th Century French poetry class to start.
what useful task would this card capabilities be insufficient for? (useful in the sense with video output)
Video editing, image processing, or VFX.
Avid and Premier, Photoshop, and After Effects can use the CUDA processing power of this card.
...even if I managed to get my malware on a machine and then somehow got the sensitive data onto some sort of external media, I still don't have anything useful.
Unless the hack on that USB stick forces the target machine to start radiating data on RF via its monitor or other peripherals.
Those radiations could then be read from an external pickup.
"Van Eck phreaking is a form of eavesdropping in which special equipment is used to pick up side-band electronic-magnetic emissions from electronics devices that correlate to hidden signals or data for the purpose of recreating these signals or data in order to spy on the electronic device. Side-band electromagnetic radiation emissions are present in, and with the proper equipment, can be captured from keyboards, computer displays, printers, and other electronic devices."
...The problem with 4K is that 1080p might be considered "good enough" for most consumers and they'll refuse to pay higher prices...
I agree. I'm an empirical test case on this. I'm running a 1080 projector onto a 10' screen, straight from Blu-Ray.
I can already see the film grain (on features shot on film.)
I don't feel like spending more for a new: projector/player/disk library just so I can see the film grain sharper.
and yes, I know 3840 is 2x1920, but still..
But remember that 1080x2 is 2k. But since it's twice as wide too it has to be 4k, right?
*Technically '2K' is 2048 × 1080 (native resolution) = 2,211,840 pixels (i.e. 2K)
'2K' is 1998 × 1080 (flat resolution) = 2,157,840 pixels (also 2K)
1080 x 1920 isn't really 'officially' 2K, although it equals 2,073,600 pixels.
*Per the "Digital Cinema Initiatives"