Sure, good journalism needs good pay
Sure, good journalism needs good pay
It's awfully hard to control the reactions of a crowd in a panic situation. With such a density, I doubt anything really effective can be done
So unless they seriously limit access (which, in turn, might cause problems at the point of entry), these sorts of "accidents" will always happen.
All the PCBs I've needed to date I wouldn't have been able to prepare without decent (read: pricey) equipment
You're doing it wrong.
1) Learn to use a PCB Design CAD Tool that let's you actually do the electronic circuit and provides all the layout items for you
2) send it off to a DECENT PCB house
3) wait 1-14 days depending on how much you are willing to spend
4) get professionally etched PCBs back, with decent through-connections, dual or multi-layer, stop mask, etc.
Of course, even this process won't keep you from making stupid mistakes. Just as you can do stupid mistakes if you etch it yourself. But as for the mirrored reverse side - any DECENT PCB house will notice as the drill holes won't match up. They'll contact you, or correct it for you.
There's enough manufacturers in Europe that offer a 1-2 day turnaround time
"immediately report any suspicious items and / or suspicious behavior." - Because the last time, it worked so well - no persons were harmed by the insidious contraption
F'ing paranoid @ssholes
Of course the same could be said about throwing trillions at the F-35.
... or all the money spent to save the country from the results of tycoons like him that caused the banking crisis?
Seriously, look at all the scientific advances and inventions from the space race
I thought many printer makers already phased out ink cartridges by making new printers so cheap that replacing the printer was cheaper than replacing a spent (or dried-out) cartridge
... the French will strongly protest against their politicians being spied on, and after that, they will pass the bill for spying on the citizens
Similar thing just happened in Germany: CDU/CSU/SPD will be passing data retention laws for phone and internet metadata (up to 10 weeks retention period), while they previously reduced the retention of parliament's Internet access meta data to 7 days following child porn accusations against former parliament member Edathy
... especially if you look around and find books dedicated to homeopath(et)ically treating illnesses by drawing symbols on the skin
How can ANYONE who is not rooted in the dark ages even CONSIDER such outrageous claims, be it these extremes, or the "regular" ones made by and for those extremely diluted solutions?
But then, I reckon the ones falling for that crap also believe in an all-knowing power that - albeit knowing what's best and having pre-planned everything - can be swayed into working for you if you just pray enough)
Considering the reach of government in much lesser issues, it's about time all and every governments step in and do their job!
... just infect Kim with AIDS and Ebola, then cure him
I guess once they've proved it works, they'll be able to sell it to the whole world, finally taking care of their people's hunger problem
As long as you can get a court to agree with you you can
The paradox IMO is that rights-holders opposed things like streaming for so long, now all of a sudden they notice that instead of just selling a media once (as with DVDs and CDs), they can sell it to you over and over again, making more money in the long run, with far less production and distribution cost, plus - judging from reports - even lower compensation for the actual artists
On a side note: in Germany, place like GEMA already receive fees for every sold CDR, DVD-R, harddisk, computers, flash-cards, etc. therefore such a verdict shouldn't be possible here
Please check the appropriate:
[ ] neither have I any idea what math is about, nor do I care about clean programming
[ ] what could go wrong?
[ ] I decided to select "0" as result, because I have no idea how to code the rotated "8" that shows up in them mathy books
[ ] I'm completely and utterly lazy.
> If you want to arrive unmolested you might try not taking part in an ongoing criminal conspiracy.
And how exactly do you ensure that you aren't part of some investigation? Being innocent doesn't protect you from being under false suspicion
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