Care to post the perl script for others to look at and possibly use?
I just don't see the cost working out. On top of that if you have the car for 10-20 years it's going to be the same as having an old 8 track. Car NAV systems don't seem to age well, I don't see this keeping up with the times. 5G will be out before too much longer.
Voting started at 07:00 out by 07:30.
I aggree it's time to end the "witch hunt against Wikileaks" and time for the proisicution and executions.
RIM Still exists at least for now. Thus the vendor count is currently 4.
That might be the case but the data doesn't need to be kept for very long. If the computer scanner ID's a car that shouldn't be on the road save just that section of video everything else doesn't need to be stored for very long.
Thicknet with vampire taps ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vampire_tap ) to then connect to the servers via AUI connectors.
A solar hot water heater will save you money in the long run.
2. Roof Savings
Solar panels will protect your roof from wear and tear.
Power plants contribute to 60,000 asthma attacks a year. Solar panels do not.
4. Energy Independence
Who wants to be reliant on foreign oil and powers abroad for their energy needs? Not me. Solar is a way to escape that.
5. Global Warming
Yep. Fewer CO2 emissions lead to a decrease in climate change.
60,000 US citizens work in the solar industry. More solar, more jobs."
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UBM just gave back the 126.96.36.199/8 block . It's not a small block and it's available, only 256 of these blocks exists and once you pull out the 0.0.0.0, 127.0.0.0/8, 255.255.255.255 and multi-cast blocks this return counts. What other blocks have been returned and aren't counted as free?
Edited: whois 188.8.131.52
NetRange: 184.108.40.206 - 220.127.116.11
NetType: Direct Assignment
OrgName: Interop Show Network
Nothing about SCO should be seen as gentlemanly. Isn't it time for them to pay up and go away?