That is exactly what they are doing though depending on the device the per month is different. Example
We actually mark on SPF checks on the outside but accept them. They then pass through a spam quarantine system which if they are SPF-FAIL or SPF-SOFTFAIL they are quarantined. Users can release them if they want to but they have to check their "Junk" reports to look for them or go to the portal itself. They have up to 15 days to release them or they are gone. However since these are a policy based rule, they can't white list senders that are messed up. Doesn't take long for a major vendor to learn they need to do email right.
Biggest problem is people with SPF records ending with ~ALL which basically means here is where we think our mail is coming from but if it is from somewhere else don't block it. Kind of stupid to not know where your email is being sent from. Especially annoying when a known company is setup like that that gets used as a phishing attack which is why we now quarantine SPF-SOFTFAIL now.
Nice to see...
you over paid for a lot of the stuff... $5 for 1.8A 5v MicroUSB PSU (includes cable), $6 16GB Class 4 MicroSDHC card with Sdcard adapter.... free shipping on both.... I use a WiFi USB Dongle ($12) no keyboard, no mouse headless... great little device. Have 3 of them.
If a site doesn't want Google to make money off of their content headlines... then they can easily opt out of having Google pick up their data and index it.
But NO... they WANT the exposure and get a cut too.... if the law is passed, cut them off. Simple
Places and things people should not be clicking on in the first place.
The whole point (from the Raspberry Pi Foundation point of view) is to teach kids programming?
You get a RPi, with a SDcard already with the OS on it, plug it into the monitor, keyboard and mouse and go.... Covering all that up with a web interface which just adds another layer of stuff doesn't make sense. Personally, I prefer to use it command line, no GUI and get right into code.
As for delivery... if you are still waiting for one, you bought it from the wrong place. You can order them now and get them in a week or less. I got one in 3 days.
BTW I don't speak for the Foundation...
In Arizona, with a115F day, my truck can heat up pretty good... I use a small 12V cooler to store anything that can't handle the heat. I have a very heavy duty battery so the drain is not an issue. I always crack my back windows a bit to help keep the truck cooler and park in the shade if it is available.
I use a couple silicon packs in it to absorb moisture. Similar to what you put into safes to keep moisture out. I keep it unplugged if not using it. Coolers using Ice cause moisture and if you forgot to get Ice... This is always ready to use if needed.
Google case, now this one... wow. Oracle is not my favorite company, extremely dislike their support services etc...
Use a password wallet. I use a random password for almost every site. One gets broken into, they have no idea what the password is to the other.
A decent wallet can sync to more than one location (like phone)... use a good base password.
Starting to see more 2 Factor Authentication which is even better.
I had no real issues getting into a Nexus 7 box. Certainly a lot less of a hassle than a lot of those plastic containers that a lot of products come with that need to be open with a knife and torn apart.
Saw the unboxing videos and thought it was actually pretty funny.
I will note however, that opening the Amazon Kindle Fire box was one of the easiest I've ever done though.
Right... ignorant was the right word.
About Time.... Then the people will know they have a problem.. right now, they think everything is fine.