Perhaps you're right that this isn't specific to 2013, however it still seems amongst the most pertinent advice to CS graduates in 2013.
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“A lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part.”
The question is, how to effectively communicate this to clients.
These are the correct measures.
And the Belize police are denying it cause they want to disappear him just like he said?
This could pretty much allow someone freedom of movement and independence of function. I imagine it could be quite bizarre though, using a robot you can see through to pick up and move around your rift wearing body, for example.
I would choose a moosey fate.
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At 30 things CAN be different.
Unless of course you've got a mortgage... which maybe the point of mortgages.
Couldn't this be possible?
The article states "Wired has been instructed not to disclose its exact whereabouts." However it also gives a fair amount of info about it's location. I'm not familiar with the Swiss Alps, but there's probably at least a couple of people on the Internet who are.
What we know is:
It's in or near the "tiny village of Saanen, in the canton of Bern."
You have to "pass a Tissot boutique abutting a tractor dealership before the road dives into dense forest and follows a stream."
It "appears to be nothing more than a timber operation, with lorries moving wooden payloads around a gravelly clearing."
Is there enough there to find this place?
Oh baby oh baby oh baby oh baby oh baby!
I want one!
Are these guys reliable at all? On the face of it, I don't see any reason to accept DEBKAfile's "intelligence and Iranian sources".
I think we will solve the issues of computer security about the same time we figure out how to deal with conflicts within ourselves and humanity.
So, each USB iteration offers the smallest possible increments in speed?
What's "making" in this context?