Why is the "internet of things" still a thing?
Is this for people who miss the good ole days of polio and small pox?
There's your problem. Distilling the work of thousands of people collaborating together over the course of literal decades into a 'brand' just because it has some narrative and authorial connections to previous works isn't doing you any favours when you've had to degenerate to a 'no true scotsman' argument.
Actually, Carter was a complete fluke, a result of post-Watergate Repub scrambling and the new Dem primary nominating procedures introduced by McGovern.
But that's a lot less sexy than your conspiracy, isn't it?
As for Halperin, welcome to the club. I'm pretty sure blogging was partially invented just to bag on him
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All I've ever seen about it is Left-wingers saying we must have it. I've gathered that it's about getting government to interfere with the free market, by telling carriers that they can't charge more for premium levels of service.
Fuck me. It's not like slashdot has decades of articles and comments on this very issue which would help you not sound like such a tool.
In other words, either you or Stoolpigeon will be the one turning the lights off.
Just dig a hole in the back yard and place the USB key or whatever in a water tight container and fill it in.
So basically the same as I've done with half my life savings. Should I take half my data to the track and put it on the dog that does his business just before the race as well?
That's way too complicated and takes up way too much space.
I've simply encoded my data as a series of numerical digits. I then put a decimal to the left of the resulting number, creating a fraction. I then made a mark on a tungsten rod such that the ratio of lengths on either side of the mark is equal to the fraction.
As a recovery strategy I just need to measure the two segments to sufficient precision to recreate the original number. Easy peasy.
As a bonus I can store any amount of data, and my backups just take up the volume of the one rod.