DeviceGuru writes "Many of us have griped for years about Roku's retro one-dimensional user interface. Finally, in conjunction with the release of the new Roku 3 model, the Linux-based media streaming player is getting a two-dimensional facelift, making it quicker and easier to access favorite channels and find new ones. Current Roku users, who will now begin suffering from UI-envy, will be glad to learn that Roku plans to push out a firmware update next month to many earlier models, including the Roku LT, Roku HD (model 2500R), Roku 2 HD, Roku 2 XD, Roku 2 XS, and Roku Streaming Stick. A short demo of the new 2D Roku menu system is available in this YouTube video."
So, this is not important to me, I am not worried about intrusion from my users. Unless someone writes a Linux virus to set up a tftp server and send the request URL.
This has always been I question of mine in these court cases. How do they correlate IP Address to User Login? Do they subpoena records from the ISP? Are the logs from an ISP sufficiently accurate to say that a User is logged in on a specific IP at the time the infringement occurred?
So at some guys office you measure the line freq. Great, so where does that come from? It comes from (at least) one generator, or phase converter that feeds this guy's office. Is he trying to tell me that all the generators in England vary their frequencies together? Yeah right. BS
A Japanese aquarium is using the greenest energy possible to power the lights on its Christmas tree, an electric eel. From the article: "Each time the eel moves, two aluminum panels gather enough electricity to light up the 2-meter (6 ft 6 in) tall tree, decked out in white, in glowing intermittent flashes."
The obvious solution to all our problems, all out nuclear war. It will keep the planet cool while the green house gases dissapate, and reduce the population to a size that will not effect the enviroment. We have the means, just
.... push .... the .... button :)
Shouldn't that be at 1:59 AM ???