I too have been using Joker for probably a decade and have had nothing but good experiences. The whole thing is nicely automated, their messages all come gpg signed and their customer service is pretty good and they helped me out recently by making exceptions to their automated rules.
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I find it quite hilarious that non-citizens are supposedly among the first people who'll be drafted to fight for this country. WTF
I'm not a citizen and I was forced to register and required to prove it at my next green card interview.
Also I think it's fundamentally wrong to view "civil disobedience" as a one time thing. Him handing a bunch of documents to Glenn Greenwald wasn't the singular act of disobedience.
He's still acting in a disobedient matter. He's still sitting on the bus if you will. And he is still suffering the consequences of his actions, even if that doesn't mean rotting in prison.
I think his own actions make that quite clear. If he's been stuck in a US prison do you think he's be able to still communicate with journalists to draw attention to his leaks, would he be able to testify at the European Union?
He's already demonstrated that he's more valuable to advancing his agenda when he's able to communicate, than if he were in prison alongside Chelsea Manning. He's not running away like a coward, he's running away like someone who's determined to make his actions count for as much as possible.
Thinking back to this, you may have driver issues with this. If it's still in an OEM configuration then that'll probably be done for you by compaq, but on a clean DOS install i remember having to screw around installing cardsoft drivers to make it work.
I did find a bunch of updates to compaqs pcmcia stuff here, which suggests there's probably something there by default too:
Put a 64MB CF card in a CF to pcmcia adapter and Windows should see it has a hard disk.
Then stick that in a modern card reader and you should be home free
Which is great! I learned a lot of my introductory networking stuff trying to thwart my high school's web filters.
My son isn't old enough for this to be an issue yet, but I think my strategy will be to tell him that I log all the web traffic going through the house. I'll be clear that I'm not going through every single record, but if I have reason to believe he's up to something inappropriate then I'll be able to go back and check.
I think then just being open about why some internet porn is damaging and being available to discuss anything he does find is probably the best option. I almost wonder about giving him a zivity login or something that would let him look at naked people without going further.
It's quite a lot simpler and idiot proof than tortoisegit.
I recently deployed it in a someone similar situation but we aren't really looking to do any kind of branching, just keep a set of shared files on machines in several locations that have a full version history and change log.
I still expect I'll have to go in myself and resolve any conflicts or deal with the situation where we need the version from september, but for day to day commits I think the github tool will work quite well
I have no idea if the state rate is a median or mean rate, but it'd make pretty good sense for the state to express their rate as a median.
Given that, the fact that half the facilities in an area are below the median and half are above is completely unremarkable. It's indeed exactly what you'd expect to find if that area was totally average (by CA standards)
You aren't paying a penny for the typical "smart" tv feature-set. If samsung chose to make a dumb version of a tv then it'd cost at least as much because they'd effectively have the same BOM but end up with a product that was designed for a niche market.
Technology aside, i'm pretty sure TV makers actually collect from netflix/spotify/hulu and whoever else is pre-installed, which ultimately makes the smart product cheaper still.
It's much like adding video features to digital cameras - the extra features bring the final price down.
My odds of becoming a millionaire teaching you lot maths are exactly zero, and in that sense the lottery is better.
We do it plenty.
Girlfriend is a graphic designer so she's routinely pulling/pushing gigs of files to dropbox, usually she'll be streaming something from netflix if she's waiting for files to transfer, then i'm working remotely on a terminal services session while streaming audio.
Having said all that, comcast recently bumped us from 50/10 to 105/10 and that rarely makes a difference. But I think we'd notice if we were getting less than 10 down.
The solution is not that Apple should take iMessage to every platform out there, but that we start using open protocols instead like XMPP.
I totally agree, but that's something blackberry would have to start with inside the house
Well it's actually more like cutting off a pool of buyers.
Just like someone with a physical disability might immediately eliminate all homes with stairs. Someone who works from home will immediately eliminate all home with crappy internet access.
I'd pay 100% less for a home that doesn't have good internet access.