Most browsers have a limit to the number of threads it will use, so with a lot of images and scripts and random stuff it is easily possible for ads to slow down loading resources.
You could call the police and lodge a complaint like a civilized person instead grabbing your gun and shooting randomly at everything that you don't like.
Yeah, the drone pilot was probably being a douche. Does this give people free reign to go randomly shooting at things?
Here is why to be careful around quickly spinning objects when putting one on your space station.
I like this plan even better. They were interested in sex slaves, so lets just drop some robots on them.
So, instead of sending robots to kill ISIS, we send robots to rape them?
I am not entirely against this plan.
...so it's pretty much a guarantee that Flash and/or Silverlight are the safer bet
Op has a front-butt. (google search that term at your own peril)
How can you not know this. It used to be a major problem when phones had physical buttons that were easy to accidentally press. I always felt kind of sorry for my friend who's name starts with a "B". I had to add a bunch of "AAA" entries on my old fip-phone to prevent this.
Touch screen phones with unlock are much less susceptible, between unlock patterns and that a certain sequence of taps would need to be used in order to dial.
Had one of those bouncing around several thousand employees at a company I worked for. I don't even know why they had the mail server configured to allow to send to so many people. Probably lazyness on the part of IT.
It was repeated rounds of "TAKE ME OFF YOUR MAILING LIST" and "STOP HITTING REPLY ALL" (which was reply-alled, of course) And then people ironically sending the same just to piss people off.
It eventually took threats from someone in senior management to get people to quit it.
I am not talking about carrying a weapon in a car. I am talking about mounting one on top of the vehicle to be used while driving it. This is the better analogy to the drone in the article.
As awesome as it would be to have a belt-fed
Now, if the vehicle is on private land out of sight (and range) of the public... go for it! I bet you could charge a fee and get some thrill seekers to have fun with it. As for transporting the weaponized vehicle from point A to point B... you would either need to store the vehicle in a trailer or disassemble the weapon from it.
I am sure there are more caveats that I have not thought of, but this is what makes sense to me.
If we don't laugh at the world... we will cry.
I wonder why this would be, though. We haven't sent people into space for long duration with gravity, so there is nothing to test against.
Perhaps it is not space at all, but constant exposure to an artificial atmosphere.
Fair enough. I hope for hell it is without some kind of permit.
But a quick google search says it is in the same grey area as the drone. It simply doesn't happen often enough for there to be specific laws one way or another. Best thing people could come up with is that it would be "causing a panic." Which is pretty reasonable depending on how visible the weapon is.
Just like with languages, use the best license for the job.
Of course you need to understand your tools and licenses in order to make a wise decision.
Mounting a gun on my car and driving it around is illegal. Why should mounting a gun on my drone and flying it around be legal?
Now, if he was on private property and away from the public enough where the gun posed no danger to anyone... sure, knock yourself out. Same as driving a tank on private property. Flying it over public land or private property without permission, yeah that is a no-no. Same as your makeshift tank.
Now, if your backyard is sufficiently small, there may be no way to safely fly the thing. This is the grey area that the laws need to figure out.