When the voices in your head are trying to sell you something, there might be bigger problems.
Most landlines won't disconnect until the sender hangs up. I learned this beauty last election cycle when robocampaigns would call and *not*fucking*drop*the*line* after I hung up right away. Two minutes later I picked back up and they were still going.
While cash can or cannot be accepted for transactions based on merchant preferences, is it allowable for a state to regulate that? Are there any federal regulations or others that may disallow this?
Felt the desk moving, thought it was a truck outside again. When it didn't stop after a second we were all looking around puzzled. Hoping everything at home is okay.
While it appears identifiable patient information isn't included, is there any way that this falls under HIPPA protections?
This is one idea that literally does have a chance of biting you on the ass.
You get one heck of a core dump. Hope you have clean underwear handy.
but I won't even contemplate buying a game with DRM because I just don't trust that I'd be able to play it long after it stops being the hit new thing.
You do know Valve has promised to patch around Steam authentication if the shit ever does hit the fan?
Wonder if this might relate to PA using Strawberry Shortcake in a parody of the style of games American McGee would make.
Anyone remember Robotrek for the SNES, which made you knock before entering other people's houses?
The PS2 was restricted for export because people thought Saddam would use them to build missile guidance units. We're using the PS3 to crack encryption. I can't wait to see what uses they'll think up for the Playstation 4. Nuclear simulation?
"Though a program be but three lines long, someday it will have to be maintained." -- The Tao of Programming