before Europe had boats
The earliest known boats are log-boats or dugouts, with examples from Holland and Denmark going back to the Middle Stone Age or Mesolithic at about 7000 BC.
Boat making most likely predates all known groups of people. Otherwise, you are correct.
AMD A8-7600 with 8 GB of RAM and an ADATA SSD. Basic low end desktop and it runs like a dream.
That's not really a low end desktop, not even today.
Not a low end desktop, but worse than my laptop I paid less than $1000 for 3 years ago. Though I'm due for an upgrade, GTX 850M just doesn't cut it.
I'm a fan of home automation (a hobby of mine that's increasingly turning into a business). I, and many fellow HA enthusiasts, are firm proponents of the LAN of Things, or even a Separate Network - Controlled By a Hub That is Only Allowed To Connect To the Internet Under Strict Conditions - Of Things.
That's not IOT, that's IOC - Internet of Controllers. Those pushing the IoT want every home device on a unique IPv6 address and able to talk to anything. The only IoT I've seen sold is by shitty wireless companies trying to sell private networks over their mobile systems. Even those selling IoT don't actually want IoT. Because if you don't control it in a single secure central server, you can't extract payment for every use. And it's all about extracting money from people.
I don't recognise this bullshit male privilege nonsense that feminists keep bleating on about. I sure as shit don't benefit from it.
Yeah, a dumb jackass male won't be CEO above a qualified woman, but a qualified man will be CEO over a qualified woman. Just because you are digging your own hole doesn't mean that men don't have it easier. I'm a man, and I see it every day.
The foil, it is wrapped around this one.
I'm surprised that the emails stopped. I always figured AM was spamming random address just like half a dozen other dating scam sites.
I have a theory that it's impossible to prove anything, but I can't prove it.