Are any affordable 3D or 2D printers suitable for making circuit boards? I could really go for that. I am tired of doing the laser printer transfer method, and would seriously consider buying something better, if the price is right. Quantities are modest. Thanks.
Yes, your boolean logic is correct. And a very simple thought experiment will provide a solution. If you have a 2 and a 3, will you ever call? No. Never. Unless you plan to bluff. But there are so many middling hands to bluff from that might have a chance of actually winning anyway. So there is NO REASON to call with such a crappy hand, unless you really want your opponents to think you are psychotic. Can that be used to an advantage?!?
My very limited experience with "Dogs playing poker" tells me that cards 10 and higher are helpful and cards under 8 or 9 are downright toxic. But it depends on how many players are in the end game. Fewer players allow a bit more risk, more players mean I have to bail at the least provocation.
And why do they always assume that the trigger is at a zero countdown? Why doesn't the bomber set the timer to go off at fifty-one minutes or eleven minutes and six seconds, for example?
The other day, I saw a Droid phone on the WM web site for $20 or so and it got me thinking about getting one to play with. In particular, putting a VOIP client like 3CX or CsimpleSIP on it and connecting to my Asterisk server over Wifi. So I went off to WM to ask questions.
My big question was, can I buy a cheap Droid phone that they sell for their prepaid plans and use the apps without actually buying a plan? Or if I have to buy a plan, can I still use the apps on the phone (and Wifi) after my plan expires? I could not get a good answer for this, but they "thought" that the phone would stop working for apps when the prepaid time expires.
So, is there a really cheap way to get an Android device with Wifi that will run a VOIP client? It would be really fun to have one or two around the house to connect to my home VOIP system. Thanks.
Ouch. Touch crowd. Okay, I feel lucky and will double down on this. For those who watched the movie "Idiocracy", I would like to see Obama play the starring role in the sub-movie "Ow! My balls!"
Words alone do not express my contempt for Obama. Instead, let me suggest those who have seen the movie "Little Nicky" to recall the scene in Hell with Hitler and the pineapples.
Tucows Inc., an internet company that's been around since the early 90s â" it's generally known for being in the shareware business and for registering and selling premium domain names
In 1997, Tucows was starting to get attention at ISPCON. Network Solutions _WAS_ the only registrar since General Atomics and ??? abandoned the domain registration game. Kim was at the top. Then the fees went from $100 to $70 and there was limited competition. Tucows was a competitor, but not a good one. I remember, because I did not choose them for my domain registrations.
For those interested in Kim, she went on to ICANN and was a force to deal with when getting a
It took me less than ten seconds to think this, but you are clearly faster than I!
If you are feeling really evil, print out a replica of the WD-40 label and put it on a can of 3M Spray Adhesive.
Okay, I get it. When you need HTML, you just pull it out of your ass. Well played, sir.
It's nice that they are providing the source code for the keyboard. If I program the controller myself, I could be pretty sure that there is no keylogger there... Unless I put one in.
Five to ten seconds in a microwave oven should do the trick. A good physical smashing is probably effective. Or just bury the damn thing. But don't sell it and have any expectation of privacy.
It sounds like her immune system is pretty messed up. I would make fixing that a priority so it doesn't get worse, or allow some future infection to blossom.
Somewhere, there must be a medical doctor that can figure out the cause, and get it fixed. At the very least, I would suggest vitamin D (2 x 5000IU) and vitamin C (2-10 grams, or as much as the body will take before laxative effect.) That should be safe and may give some relief.
I was halfway expecting to see "joshua" in the list, but I guess anyone who saw and remembers Wargames would not be such a dumbass to use such an obvious password.