seriously how long until someone claims that this happens every 35 million years and the clock is ticking down to Nov 10, 2016.
note: The only example the OP has about this is google maps which is not a banking site.
most proxies have a built in (often on by default) passthrough for SSL to banking, health, and finance sites. which bypasses the MITM scanning of the financial, health and banking sites.
Also most proxies don't have a method of actually seeing what was decrypted. it's generally decrypted scanned, and passed through, and discarded. no logging of personal info. other than authenticated username (domain credentials, so information the company already knows) and the site you went to.
actually there already is one
Belkin purchased Linksys from Cisco last year. Linksys no longer has ties to Cisco, thus the unpossible is now possible.
and Belkin routers have a lovely feature that lets you schedule an automatic reboot so that you don't have to manually do it anymore... Rather than fixing the firmware problem that requires the frequent reboots.
actually it sounds like they're offering a partnership, not permissions. you need NASA's permission to launch from their facilities, use their resources, and work with them on getting there and back.
China didn't need permission for Jade Rabbit, so I think this is just for american companies to work WITH NASA, not in competition with NASA...
My commute is now a 15 minute jaunt on the highway to work, this is not by design, nor is it because I moved closer. (In fact 8 years ago I moved farther away from my current place of employment) back then I had a 30 minute commute, and I suppose if I was still living in that one bedroom apartment (with two kids would be hell) I'd have a 10 minute commute as opposed to the 15...
I drive mostly to and from work, other times, not so much.
Gas prices actually around here gas prices have gone up slightly in the past 10 years, but really, when a look on the historical gas price list. in 2004 gas was roughly 70c/l it was 2005 when gas first peaked 100c/l, this morning it was a comfortable 99.7c/l on my drive in to work. So gas prices are slightly higher, but not as bad as they were 5 years ago, and my salary in the same time has more than doubled. It's settled down. hasn't hit 130 in a long time.
Shopping has become less of a hassle as well. It used to be that when I wanted to buy a new motherboard, it took driving around to about 3-4 different stores to get pricing because not every store had an up to date website. that's greatly improved in the past 10 years, same with shopping for furniture, TVs, etc. What used to be a 10 stop shopping trip is usually down to 1-2 now.
10 years ago I was also single, online dating wasn't really all that big yet, so if I wanted to meet someone I had to go out and cruise around. heck back when I was a teenager that was the primary way to meet girls. Now a lot of people meet people online. heck I met my wife of 8 years online. Also I no longer have to drive as much to go on dates with my wife, as we live together. so that's another.
Also entertainment. it used to be more entertaining to go to the mall, the theatre, whatever the kids of the area did to hang out and usually ended up driving there. now, it's more why drive to hang out, we can hangout online and chat online. so no need for physical contact anymore. (which is another study's results that there isn't enough person-person contact with teenagers anymore.
frankly. There has been a lot of societal changes in the last 10 years, and a lot of that results in less driving. plus the whole recession that hit in 2008, kinda put a damper on being able to afford a car in your teenage years.
It's hard to consistantly and accurately measure weight when the force of gravity constantly changes, add to the fact that there may be radioactive decay of trace elements, oxidation of metals, Dust/erosion, sublimation of trace components), it's easy to understand how using a physical object to consistantly measure a weight, would fluxuate. when your "constants" are actually "variables" it's really hard to nail down constants...
3.11 just added networking. it was very similar to 3.1 in bugs. 3.11 simply added the workgroup networking abilities.
3.1 Was just windows. 3.11 was Windows for Workgroups.
Why would it be 3.5 Generations after 7? (note I consider 8.1 to be a minor generation as it resolved my major complaints about windows 8, and while the metro start menu is annoying, 8.1 has made it so I see it in my daily usage about... once a month? Heck it's so woefully out of date none of the apps I use are even tiles on the start page.
Just curious why Windows 9 is automatically banished as a corporate version without even being released yet. following the currently established pattern, (which doesn't actually exist, NT4 - 2000 - XP - 7... 1 gen, 1 gen, 2 gens... and you're suggesting it goes 3 gens? 1, 1, 2, 3? why the initial 1, and before NT4 there were several options before that. it's really dependant on where they came from. be it Novell, NT 3.5, DOS, Windows for workgroups, Unix, etc. So some of the moves might have been lateral, some might have been vertical. so really before NT4 it's hard to read. I can see jumping 8, but if 9 works out...
Roger Wilco never used spacebucks. he spent buckazoids..
A buddy of mine and I played Doom forever, heck we still do on occasion.
We didn't have the ability to play direct connect, so we discovered and figured out how to get modem play to work. we upgraded to USRobotics 28.8 DSVD modems, and figured out how to get them to work and how we could talk over the phone line while playing the game. This was all pre-internet days, so I had to figure out the AT Commands to enable DSVD, to dial, to answer etc. fun times. again lots of trial and error, dropped connections, all that fun stuff. and now, here we are where you can pick up a console connect multiplayer over the internet and instantly play with anyone you want anywhere in the world.
people who say there's been no progress in 20 years, obviously don't know where to look.
It's not about offence... it's about freedom of religion, a central tenet of the US constitution. everyone has the right to worship as they see fit. and if that's christian, wiccan, hindu, buddhist, shinto, Satanism, paganism or Pastafarianism.
There should be no offense to putting up another religion's symbolism if the government has already decreed that it is alright to place religious symbolism on government property. There really is no arguement against it.
They don't need a 3/4ths majority, the government has already allowed "Religious monuments" they cannot specify a specific religion as that is unconstitutional.
who wants to go huntin'?
Why does everyone thing Tesla's done nothing about this? Because they released an OTA workaround patch to their software to allow the cars to avoid the issue, instead of a massively expensive and publicized recall, while they're looking for a better solution? Instead of finding out about a problem, keeping it quiet while they look to fix the problem, finding the problem, finding a fix, then announcing a recall publicly?
I hate when people assume nothing is being done when things are. It makes the people who are actually working on the issue's work seem futile, since if they do have a recall, (maybe replacing the 1/4 inch aluminium with 1/2 inc aluminum if that actually fixes it, but that's something tesla's engineers will have to test and that's just one example) It will be because of all the people complaining that nothing was being done, even though they've been working on it for months. Or worse, it'll garner the response of "It's a knee jerk reaction that hasn't been properly tested, and probably won't fix the problem because it was rushed" even if it's been in the works for months before the issue.