Lo and behold, 9 days after his return he is diagnosed with Ebola.
However, this isn't the worst of it. The police, after securing the doctor's apartment, removed their gloves and masks used to protect them and dumped them in an ordinary street trash container on a public street."
Seattle. Rains all the time. I wear the same jacket probably 8 to 9 months of the year. You could make it a fashion thing.
Could use UW tech to read thoughts to allow direct human-cell communication with visual and/or auditory feedback.
Think as if there is no box. Not outside the box. Get rid of the box concept. Why have keyboards? Make the sleeve an optional keyboard, with brain input another interface. Make the display either glasses (Ray Bans) or stupid pervy Google Glasses for idiots or on the sleeve or other display device.
Break the mold. Remove the mold. Molds are 20th tech.
Why would it ever be even close to that high. Every decent system I have ever encountered raised some serious flags after 3-5 wrong guesses. If you flag an account after 10 wrong guesses, start requiring a CAPTCHA after the first one, and ban ip addresses when you detect massive multiple account attempts, you can offer security fool proof security, with, lets say, around 100 guesses.
If it only takes 100 guesses, then an attacker can slowly try passwords stretched out over time, depending on his victim's routine behavior of logging in a couple times per day to reset the fail count. Or maybe he can try 1 guess (with 1/100th odds) on each account in the target system. If there are hundreds of accounts... well, you get the idea.
IP-based banning can make this harder (forcing the attacker to find/use multiple victim PC's), but it's not widespread yet (for instance, I don't think Active Directory or slapd support it).
[Coupons are] there to get people to make decisions that they otherwise wouldn't make, usually bad ones.
In addition, they serve as a form of price discrimination: you can save a nice chunk of change on groceries by taking an hour each week to clip your way thru the Sunday paper, but once you have enough disposable income (and perhaps less leisure time) it's no longer worth it.
It should be built into the sleeve of my jacket, with a virtual keyboard, and solar powered using tech developed here at the UW Seattle campus that is bendable and breathable (and stylish), with batteries that are flexible and waterproof that resemble insignia and shoulder pads.
But if we're talking old tech, 3.5 inches will do.
Just go home with your Roman.
Who needs social networks online?
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Intel is indeed great, technically better than anything else out there and will probably continue to be so. There are several other large companies from telecom to biotech who also have in-house fabs in the USA and they will do great things. But IBM was the last significant stateside fab house that would work on external government contracts and work for small outside users.
The best we have now for small business electronics development or advanced academic work are training clean rooms like the various CNSEs out there, and that's a scary thought.
In any event, I think we can agree the AC is a moron.
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Best method is to both metamod and to downrank the posts in the wayahead machine.
And use the Overrated tag. or Redundant.