We use paper clips all the time to reset stuff.
Note that during that study period sales at McDonalds across the nation were dropping. We thus can conclude that reduced sales at McDonalds leads to higher number of hospital visits.
"But one of the biggest factor is how easy it is to find parking. Cities use a huge amount of their space just to store cars during the day. The more expensive and hard to find parking becomes, the more people will use free public transit."
Well no, that's not really a big factor. If you can't park at your destination of choice and public transit won't get you there, you won't go.
"Of particular importance is the sun's extreme ultraviolet (EUV) radiation, which peaks during the years around solar maximum. Within the relatively narrow band of EUV wavelengths, the sun’s output varies not by a minuscule 0.1%, but by whopping factors of 10 or more. This can strongly affect the chemistry and thermal structure of the upper atmosphere."
Funny that none of the recon birds are there.
I know someone who had an IBM PC Jr, a Coleco Adam, and a bunch of other things that died quickly.
Just like it's hard to consistently pick winners, it's hard to consistently pick losers. It's not about liking one or two bad products, it's about consistently picking products that will fail in the marketplace. And that picking is done via actual purchases, not the "talking out of your ass" picking.
I'm sure at some point he bought an Aztek as well.
google nyc teachers and rubber rooms
"The United States loves to use statistical metrics and audit procedures to decide which teachers and principals at public schools should be fired or retained"
Which "United States" is he talking about, the other one that doesn't have teacher's unions?
For Mac users, time machine is a complete no-brainer. RAID won't protect you against data corruption...but time machine will. Stick it on a NAS and you'll be fine. Then use BackBlaze or CrashPlan to back that NAS up offsite. Heck, there are crashplan clients for synology systems, so there's no excuse. And it's cheap! Would you rather rebuild your whole music library from scratch, or pay $60/year for some insurance? Hello!
Note that you probably don't want to back up your TM folder.
$9m is cheap, and it might have been paid by EDS or whomever their IT contractor is now. The navy spends that much on ketchup every day.
It's the process, not the tool.
Why did I click on this dumb article?
This article shows that there's a major problem, because: how do you find the fiber to cut? And how do you cut it?
It's not like a backhoe, that cuts the fiber "by accident." You have to go into a manhole, find the line you're looking for, then cut it. That takes work, planning, and intelligence. You can't just wander around in a manhole, looking for stuff...can you?
College professor without specific skills says you don't need to know specific skills while standing on the backs of adjunct professors with no skills.
Obama will take your money, and he'll do what the security agencies want.
Gnustep? It's 2015, not 1993. If you want gnustep support write it yourself.