i was quoting Robocop 2
"Anyone can buy OCP stock. What's more democratic than that?"
I picked one robust password, and then I add a prefix to the front that relates to the site or service it is for. For instance, for Google it would be go************, where ************ is the common portion.
Just put it in the cloud... *rimshot*
Can anyone tell me if equipment (transformers, etc.) not being manufactured in the U.S. contributed to the delay of power restoration at all? If not, could this be a factor in a larger-scale outage?
Or remote into a home machine
Yeah I found meebo for Android sucked and switched to Imo.im post-haste.
If you're looking for a turnkey little utility to do the job, check out GoodSync. http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2011/07/how-to-set-up-a-file-syncing-dropbox-clone-you-control/ It is configurable with any server that has SFTP or FTPS accesss. It also works with a bunch of other cloud services, but I think this tutorial is more in line with what you want to do. The key is that it detects when new files appear in the source directory and triggers a new upload. I've since chucked Dropbox in favor of this.
What state? We had Commodore PETs in 3rd grade in 1983. Granted it was part of a 'Gifted and Talented' program and not my regular class curriculum. We programmed in BASIC.
BTW... Thanks to Obama's bailout of the auto industry, wrenches and gears are still made use of 'under the hood' in more than a figurative sense... and it's still quite lucrative to do so.
In a case of double-reverse-getoffmylawn-irony, the author is apparently too old to understand that Instagram icon is capitalizing on the very real nostalgia by hipster twenty-somethings for Polaroid cameras. This kind of retro-enthusiasm is very selective though. Recently I had a friend chastise another friend on why he would have an interest in vintage computers. Later that day, when visiting said friend's abode, I discovered an Atari 2600 configured with a SynthCart that allowed him to manipulate it as a retro-new-wave electronic instrument.
Come on you know the lines...