Ammo would be interesting, lead and brass casting are simple to do at small scale, the more difficult part would be smokeless powder which is a PITA to do and very dangerous. You could do black powder cartridges but that would rule out designs newer than about 1890.
Well, his estate owns half the publishing rights by virtue of including his share of the ATV joint venture with Sony. The Lennon estate and McCartney still own the songwriters rights.
Actually the crawler was bigger than either the Saturn V or the shuttle (6m lbs vs 5m gross for the Saturn V or 4.4m gross for the shuttle) =)
The only problem is that the investors getting burned by the reduction in corn ethanol production are extremely unlikely to invest in cellosic plants if they feel it's likely the government will pull the indirect and direct subsidies on a whim like they are planning to with corn ethanol. These are capital intensive efforts and if halfway into your payback period the government pulls the rug out from under you you're unlikely to invest in a similar setup.
Yeah but that's an ebook reader, not a tablet.
Compared to traditional multizone monitoring solutions with installation? Yes, it's cheap.
Meh, being able to have cheap multizone temp monitoring seems like a cool use of technology to me. Plus with Nest you can silence the alarm in the kitchen and it will silence all the rest of the smoke alarms in the house for a period of time which is cool.
law enforcement should not be able to identify you
Sure, LEO's absolutely have the ability to identify me, RLC's have zero to do with LEO's, they are private money making machines with the profits split with the municipalities. Basically they're the modern incarnation of the robber barons of the River Rhine, and when they receive too little income the companies pressure the municipalities into reducing the yellow time at the intersection which multiple studies have shown significantly reduces the safety at intersections where the cameras are installed, exactly the opposite of their stated purpose.
I already do 9-6, if I didn't have kids 10-7 would be fine by me.
Actually, I wonder why datacenters don't do peak shaving using their UPS systems, lead acid batteries have essentially unlimited cycles and switching to battery power on a regular basis would be a better test of battery health than the stupid automated testing done by the charge controller. I guess peak power rates aren't granular enough for the fairly limited runtime most facilities have in their battery bank.
The USPS only lost $1B because they were forced to save for retirees who haven't even been born yet! The USPS is completely self funding, they receive no money from the taxpayers other than the stipend that the members of congress receive for political mailings and whatever business they receive from the branches of government. But don't let facts stand in the way of your anti-government hatred.
Take a couple picture with your phone, turn it into a 3D model, print the model, use the plastic model to create a mold, cast a near perfect copy of the key.
Came here to say the exact same thing, though I was going to go with Abrahamic =)
I'm thinking it's a company in the media realm and I can tell you our marketing department is the only place other than the datacenter or the network core where we've considered 10Gb due to the size of files they deal with. 802.11ac will end up below 100Mbps for a crowded office which is just going to suck when dealing with multi-hundred MB PSD files of worse video.
I do use triple headed monitors for day to day admin, but I can do a hell of a lot with my smartphone, just the other day I rebooted an entire non-production application stack from my phone while we were at lunch =)