Miniaturized relays are interesting, but an inverter which operates at 0.0005 Ghz is less interesting. Somehow I don't think...
This is an incorrect and unfair assertion -- unfair by stating the switching rate in GHz.
In the real world, DC-DC inverters run below 1 MHz. From Wikipedia:
"Unlike a linear power supply, the pass transistor of a switching mode supply switches very quickly (typically between 50 kHz and 1 MHz) between full-on and full-off states, which minimizes wasted energy."
Super Principia Mathematica
The Rage to Master Conceptual & Mathematical Physics
This book is dedicated with sincere gratitude and admonishing [sic] to the all wise (Omniscience)[sic], Omnipotent, and Omnipresent God the Father of us all; God the Son (Jesus) the Christ, and God the Holy Spirit for providing the wisdom, strength, and insight, and for being the author and finisher of my faith, making this work possible.
This paragraph is from the Acknowledgment.
http://www.superprincipia.com/First_Law_Of_Motion.htm/ Click Look inside, on page v.
Firefox lagged chrome mostly because firefox cares a LOT more about compatibility,
I wish Firefox could display my Netflix queue properly. It's impossible to delete an item that shows the DVD/Bluray listbox: the delete icon is lost.
I was forced to use IE but now there's the IE Tab Plus addon that invokes the embedded IE engine in a FF tab. Mediocre solution.
Seriously, can we stop with the French throwbacks, and say things the English way? What's wrong with General Attourneys?
Yes, that would make the singular and plural possessive cases easier.
For example, an AG and her staff are having lunch and the waiter arrives with sandwiches.
Should you tell him "that's the attorney's general ham and cheese"? Or should you say "that's the attorney general's sandwich"?
In TFA, should it be "the 33 attorneys' general lying venality"? Or "the 33 attorneys general's mendacity?"
The problem with Truecrypt is that the volume is portable and they can run a dictionary attack against the passphrase at their leisure.
Then don't use a dictionary word or combination thereof.
TC uses a unique salt that is generated when you initially create the encryption key. The salt hashed with your password and the result is hashed again 1,000 times. Use of a salt prevents the use of a rainbow table. Hashing it 1,000 times grievously slows down any kind of brute-force attack.
The term "at their leisure" does not compare to even the most optimistic attack time frame.
"Now this is a totally brain damaged algorithm. Gag me with a smurfette." -- P. Buhr, Computer Science 354