Same here...I'm also the father of all girls. They dress up as princesses, just as easily as they do science experiments, assemble a PC, or do math. Being a princess and "girly" is not mutually exclusive to being smart and independent.
Yes, in fact, they have an API for this. Many sites use it like instantwatcher.com. Seems easier to just get an agreement written up with the streaming companies to provide the raw data.
You mean we're supposed to read the articles now...?
I guess that is achievable when your population is flatlining and possibly about to decline.
Weaponized Powerpoint files? Sounds like the average management meeting around here...
It's not THAT remote (my cellphone worked as of end of last year there). We tourists tend to pass through Pahoa on the way down for the tours hiking across the lava fields or taking the boats out to the old lava egress points on the ocean. Need highway 130 for that...should this lava bisect the town, it is going to hurt the volcano tourism industry significantly Pahoa also is the last place for a pitstop or some food on the way south too.
As they say "when the chips are down..."
And 26% of people will immediately post correcting them.
I read on the internet that 92% of statistics are made up. Then again, I also ready that 84% of people are bad at math, whereas 28% are not.
There's a metric sh*#load of those.
So...what is that in imperial measurements?
I ran shielded CAT5e outside underneath the vinyl siding. No drywall holes to patch, no fish tape to use, and very easy cable runs. Just poke through where you want the drop and use some sealant. If you look at the house, you can't even tell where the cable runs are.
I would pick 1 of 2:
Try running Microsoft Integration services on anything other than a RHEL derivative. Same with CA, Symantec, and who knows how many other closed source software providers. They only supply binaries and instructions for Red Hat. Therefore, those of us who need to run large systems that have third party software tend to prefer Red Hat's ecosystem.
Then again, much of western Europe plays to a more labor friendly environment. Far more days off, no copays/deductibles/coinsurance plus premium healthcare...and even have paternity leave. The guy has a point...all these advancements were supposed to lower our workday. Instead, the average worker has lost benefits (pension plans, more burden on healthcare, less vacation days), and is far more productive...with much lower wages.
I have kids. I think of them. I have no need for these backdoors Eric Holder wants. I know what my kids do and who is with them. Please stop the "think of the children" excuses for these intrusions.