Not exactly, they want Google to qualify as a telecom or cable provider when, in fact, they don't qualify as either since they only provide internet access and not phone or TV broadcasts,
Other than the simple examples (polio, smallpox, etc.)
Are you arguing for vaccination in general or arguing, specifically, for every single vaccination that is recommended?
It's simply not as clear as you want to believe, with reference specific vaccines. And no, I don't actually subscribe to the debunked/fraudulent vaccine-gut-autism link by Wakefield. But I have actually looked for specific data regarding specific vaccines and found them to be incredibly lacking. Or non-existent.
In the case of the Hep B vaccine, it is given to infants, and yet, according to the CDC, the way infants get Hep B:
How does a baby get Hepatitis B?
A baby can get Hepatitis B from an infected mother during childbirth.
But the infant is given the vaccine regardless of whether the mother has it. Huh. Yes, there are risks related to Hep B, but what are those risks to the infant if the mother is actually tested? Suddenly, we are narrowing it down to the risk of getting Hep B and the risks of the illness itself
tl;dr: don't assume that people who refuse individual vaccines (1) think all vaccines are bad and (2) only research quack sites.
It seems fair, and there are a lot of decent artists, especially if you are into world or folk music. Lots of good classical stuff, too (smaller ensembles, not really big orchestra types).
Desktop are more ergonomic and tend to have larger screens and (sometimes) better keyboards. I spend 8 to 10 hours a day on the computer and I can tell you that it really matters if the screen is at the right height and the keyboard at the right angle.
A Neutrik PowerCON seems better thought out than that design. I've used it and it's easy to work with.
If I had to guess, I'd guess that the website uses the password to authenticate to a mainframe somewhere and is just a front end for some EDBIC based protocol so cracking the website wouldn't get access to the actual list.
Not that it excuses the short limit, but then I'm hard pressed to find something better considering our banks all got together and designed a PayPal competitor that
A. Is designed not to compete with their credit card processing system.
B. Is designed around clicking links in emails.
Not all of my passwords can be that long. My bank password (the one I care about the most) has a 5 char limit and and I hate random passwords. I came across a good method a few years ago for generating passwords that need to be short: Take a song and chose a line then take the first character of each word and you have an easy to remember but hard to guess password.
Ubuntu tries to allow you to do major upgrades in place, but after a year or two you have to reinstall to clear out the crud.
Say what? Unless something has really changed between Debian and Ubuntu there really shouldn't be much crud being built i`since it provides a remove feature for obsolete dependencies. I have been running Debian for over a decade and I only reinstall for server replacement or corrupted drives.
It also doesn't help that in some cases the change is rather jarring and the problem has gotten even worse now that the systems are fly by wire.
We don't have gas and we have our own (rather deep) well and pumps.
All the people that have city-provided water and gas, their electric bill doesn't really give a good picture "energy usage."
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I had the same problem with the Nvidia drivers but 3.12 was such a large difference on my other systems that I spent the time and patched the Nvidia drivers myself using patches I found using a Google search "Nvidia Linux 3.1.2".
You should be able to do the same but if you get stuck, feel free to contact me for help.
while the summary is laudatory, fawning, even, it is not central to the decision
Funny, I had the same reaction when I read it. He seemed like a salesman for Google or something.