If it's a Windows box, the firewall for the local subnet is down if the "Network Location" is a "Domain Network" anyway, so it really doesn't matter.
My daughter has complete congenital heartblock due to exposure to SSa/Ro antibodies. (My wife had undiagnosed Sjogren's syndrome) She has had a pacemaker most of her life, with her first pacemaker implanted at 12 days. I'm very excited about this and hope that one day doctors could grow her a new AV node,
I believe he also wrote much of the BASIC code for the Color Computer, AKA RsDos by CoCo enthusiasts.
"Every idiot can count to one"
You should really factor risk into your equation. I would not leverage my house (or car) to do investments. I would never buy a new car, unless I could write the check and not notice. I would absolutely never finance depreciating asset. As far as large ticket, depreciating assets go, cars/boats/bikes/RVs are at the top of the list.
I think you misunderstood what I said. I'm saying don't get a mortgage, purchase the home outright.
With what developers make in my city (Nashville, TN), yeah. They should be able to accumulate enough money to have a net worth over $1 million dollars, over their career. It comes down to do they have the discipline it takes to direct that nice income in a way that they don't waste it on things like mortgages, car debt, credit cards, and other bad habits that keep people at "average" and "normal" net worth.
I suspect, and I have zero knowledge of this system, that the satellite used has linear transponders that re-transmit the exact signal it receives. This means that both amplitude and frequency domain are relayed and received at the ground station. I imagine that the ground station is a software defined radio that digitizes and records everything that is passed though the IF.
Again, I know nothing of this system, but if I was going to build one, that's how I would do it.
In the Unverified Digital World, Are Journalists and Bloggers Equal?
Under the law, they should be. They are citizens. There should be no special rights extended to anyone based on their profession.
No, *I* never thought that. I was aware that there was a belief by some people that thought that. What took 2 seconds to process was the mental image of our kid dying of an illness that you only hear about in Victorian literature. Knowing I was looking into the eyes of someone that seen it happen. What I am suggesting is that this appeal to emotion may be a good method of dealing with irrational soon-to-be parents.
Yes, when it came to our kids, we asked the Dr. lots of questions. Including "stupid" questions we think we know the answer to. Our 1st child was born with a congenital health issue that is much more rare than autism. Pretty much everything was on the table. Thanks to some biomedical technology, she is thriving.
Ok, so *you think* your kid might become autistic, if vaccinated.... Better to have a live autistic child than one that is dead from whooping cough.
When it came time to discuss this with our DR, she said to us, "You don't want to see what it's like to watch a child die from whooping cough." It took about 2 seconds for my wife and I to process that, and decide what the larger risk is.
Of course I didn't RTFA
No, it isn't. If you'd RTFA, you'd learn that the DNS check only happens as a confirmation safety step, once an active cheat has already been detected by Steam.
Isn't this ripe for a DoS to legitimate users by simply posting a link to an image, in a popular gaming forum, that resides in one of the "cheat server" domains?
I think this isn't about race more nationality.
It's a good thing for Oracle that the Civil Rights Act 1964 allows you to discriminate based on National Origin. Oh, wait! Doh!