DSL uses a different technology. It piggybacks a different signal on preexisting wiring, but has totally different hardware at each end.
Dr. Thorne was the primary scientific consultant on the movie. For this article he's stepping away from the movie and talking about how possible or plausible some of the ideas presented in it actually are.
I don't believe I've ever seen a modem break 56 Kbps over a phone line.
Watts is in units of energy divided by time.
Now.... what are the units of "calories per day"? Take your time.
Don't look now, but Moto just released one of the best Android phones ever, is about to release the Droid Turbo, and is the manufacturer of the Nexus 6.
They also weren't putting IVs in him and taking care of him while he was bleeding out the ass and vomiting during his final few days on earth.
So eating a lot of protein cures HIV? Who knew. I guess those idiot physicians and biochemists and infectious disease specialists and epidemiologists just don't understand anything a pharmaceutical rep doesn't tell them.
No such luck. The tablets have replaced the black and white printouts of player positioning and play development. Turns out those pictures were provided by the league itself to both teams - it's not something teams do on their own.
So if Belichick doesn't want the tablets to view those photos, he won't have any photos to see.
Yeah, no. You absolutely do not need to eat cleanly. The idea is silly.
Every credit card specifically says on the back that it's not valid unless signed, and as an employee I was instructed by Mastercard and my manager never to accept an unsigned card (or one that says "See ID" or whatever). So I didn't.
To the best of my knowledge, no major credit card companies allow the use of copied credit cards.
It varies. A lot of retail workers won't care, but some will. Especially the ones who are smart enough to be aware of credit card fraud but not so knowledgeable they know about Coin.
I don't think someone would have to be turned down from a purchase many times before they threw the thing in the garbage. It doesn't have to happen often.
All the major credit card companies will be rolling out soon-to-be-mandatory chip systems for their credit cards. The point of this chip is specifically to prevent copying of credit cards. Coin is dead in the water.
Beyond this, how many register monkeys will decline the transaction because it's not the original card? I was trained at my old retail job by an actual Mastercard representative never to allow use of a credit card without a signed back, much less a card that's literally a personal copy.
Realistically, "Internet Explorer" as a standard is at least as important as whatever other "standard" you're using. Especially in corporate environments, "Internet Explorer" is generally the standard.
You can find a lot of people that SAY they want these things, but no one buys them. Pretty much all of the slide-out keyboard phones have been commercial failures.