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This weekend I found IPFIRE (Linux firewall/router follwoing IPCOP like design). Installed a UML295 LTE internet usb dongle with the on-board ethernet, up and running 10Mb/s (Both Up and Down) backup for my internet connections. Can also use it as base for mobile router in the car for the kids. Not bad for the low cost investment.
Please do not talk to my 486sx25 with 12M of memory and 283M harddrive running an old IPCOP version. Works just great.
Just like a spy... die one day to live again on another with a new name.
It looks like apple ios7 - unreadable. I had to turn on the invert display just to read. It the sames as this white box white on gray YUCK!!! Make things readable!
The article misses something critial - the use of common language.
The biggests example of this is HIS use of "user". A "user" for all my time in this business is the person sitting in front of the computer using the software to preform a business funtion... not programming a business function.
This leads to second issue a developer is person that uses an embedded function written by another developer - generally with a higher skill or at least akill peaked before the new developerl. That developer is trying to come up to speed about cause and effect of using a given piece of code and trusting the original developer actual did his job right.
How can you trust a person that says what documentation is to be, that cannot teach it following his own rules? The first rule of any teaching is placing terms that you are going to be using, to teach the others what you mean. You see this legal documents to prevent confussion of common terms being used in a more defined or limited manor.
I do not see how FCC thinks they will collect on those fees. I been watching shows for years off the net and all has been free. So 5% of $0 is $0.
Maybe they are trying to collect on ad clicks? I don't click them so again $0.
Lastly most of the sites I watch is outside the US. So they are like what? $0
To be far though, I did have Netflix, but my wife canceled that subscription after buying ChromeCast and finding out no 3mo free NetFlix becuase she bought it 30 minutes to late. Also Goolge did not document that well, seemed "bait and switch".
We actually have only 2 TVs: 32" on wife;s desk she uses as montior and 23" in bedroom w/ annena to watch late night after kids go to sleep. But then again 8 compters with screens, who needs TV.
Need to right the release of rights page, read his last line.
Release of Rights
I, Martin Manley, being the creator and owner of all information on the site "MartinManleyLifeAndDeath.com", neither hold nor retain any claim or copyright on any part of this web-site. I do not grant these rights to any individual person or entity either in life or upon death. Rather I release all rights to this work - making it public domain. Anyone can do with it whatever they wish.
Martin Allen Manley
August 15, 2013.
They are storing the internet traffic anyway...
By definition it is in US territory...
Their sites are secure... Opps!
I solved the cost problem... I hand wired a machine a little at a time, took about 1 year. 4k of static ram, Z-80A processor, switches on the front panel and leds to display. Yes, the big cost was the Z-80A at ~$400 but the rest were mainly 74xx chips which were cheap in Bay Area at the time. Then added Hex Display and Hex Keyboard, Then add Video and Keyboard. Finally a 555 timer to change single stepping switch into a "gas petal" - let it run faster or slower as needed to debug.
2 years later bought a Timex/Sinclar with 16k module for about 1/2 the price.
But had wiring was a good way to learn and understand the computer as well as ports and singaling between the chips. It helped when I wrote my first and last C program for IBM PC (not even an XT) to handle communications between two async ports at 9600 baud.
Then again the smalest computer I built was 4bit computer with 256 bytes of memory. All from about 30 74xx chips and another 555 timer.
You missed the "high-tech" solution I did for mine... Folded paper into a "roll" and taped it to the memory module between the computer and module bodies. Add tesion to connection - so no wiggle.
In other news the NAS is reading this post!"
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I have freind who worked on Artifcal Heart Admin application. You now to keep inventory of devices. FDA had to do full code review and audit of that software. Got him to leave the gig in less than 3 months.
When Lucifer's Hammer hits, this beacon will help light up the dark for our children's children!
Power over ethernet or USB3 device port (ie slave to another computer) would make these type of machines MUCH better, because the stand alone power supply is no longer needed. Think of BEOWULF cluster that was here on
I also would like monitors to offer a USB port with enough power to run these machines (USB). Just like the in-line amps for HD antennas these days, Use the USB port on the back of the TV to power themselves.
My current RPi has Plugable USB 2.0 4 port w/ BC 1.1 Charging Hub. I use one port to power RPi and the other 3 ports to extend the USB of RPi. It can even power a hard drive connected to hub. But it looks like WART on back of RPi taking away the small size with lots of wires going in and out. Not clean looking.