Sources for that claim PLZ?
Sources for that claim PLZ?
before or after you add int he cost from illness caused by pollution? Before or after CO2 impacts?
After. And the costs get worse when you start factoring in capital costs, opportunity costs, etc.
I've heard that in a few years solar will be cheaper than coal in China. So....
I do expect my investment in an onboard camera to pay off, unfortunately, when one of these bumbling fools gets too darn close for comfort. Sorry, but stupidity should pay a price in real life. Why should I get stuck with the bill because I drive carefully and you do not?
Well you are driving around in a massively dangerous thing that destroys the lives of so many people, that's why you should pay when you hit a person. Because when cars are driven too fast, anything above 30 km/h, they kill people.
Regulation is only part of the problem, I've heard complaints about the US being too conservative against new broadband tech. One of the reasons why you are getting usable broadband now and not 15 years ago.
Here in Sweden we pay up to $8000 for a fiber connection to a house, there are lots of appartments that get it a lot cheaper though (for free).
I've never understood what exchange+óutlook actually gives you, please enlighten me. I supported a couple of houndred people using exchange in grad school, the most complicated question I got was how to make your address book sync properly. It might be all those extension that people write for Exchange, which sync to strange places.
I support a few Motif apps at work. but what is this "without any problem" phenomenon you speak of?
Indeed AFAIR Motif Apps were a problem back in the day.
Once self-driving cars hit the road in any numbers, it will become really, really expensive to try to be a jerk in traffic. No speeding. No lane cutting. No tailgating. No weaving. No nothing - just follow the traffic flow and the law to the letter and spirit or you will get reported. And of course your insurance rate will like go up, simply by being a human driver.
It's not clear that they will be allowed to record all that, at least not in Sweden, which this story is about. Privacy problems and all that.
Thats the same kind of person who blaems typos on there keyboard.
I see what you did their!
In the old times, FPS was not about multiplayer. I stopped playing them around the time it became like that.
That would be around 1996 when Quake was released.
The devil you know.
Which is why in civilised countries we have unions and employment law.
I was a bit sad when I read that she had to request HR to be present at a meeting with the boss, you need a union on your side when you have those conversations.
If I were doing this with drives, I'd grab an 8x SATA card, 8 4TB drives, an external hot-swap shelf, and setup RAIDZ-2 with compression on it.
Can somebody compare the cost for tape?
You pay about ~$1800-$2500 for tapes, a tape driver, and SAS card, depending on vendor, an extra 27 tapes to store 20TB again would be about $700. The big win is that the tape setup take less space, changing tapes every 800GB is not so hot though, but you get used to it. I've used 4 tape drives in parallel to be able to backup all data generated durng the day, it's ok, you learn to handle that with the morning coffee.
Except a 2 year old
backups: always in season, never out of style.