now remembering which drives are which a few years from now should one go bad, that's a different story
You could splurge and invest another $50 in a label maker...
Assuming a 1mb/s upload speed would take less than 3 hours _PER MONTH_ to upload.
... And only 92 days (solid!) to do the initial backup of the 1 Tb of data.
Oh, except that it'll fail after 4 days with an error: "You've exceeded your 50Gb storage limit." (And that's assuming you're paying the big bucks for such a large limit, rather than the 2 Gb default.)
Thus obscurity, since once I know what the method is, I can break it easily.
Well, duh, because he just told you, so it's no longer obscure. The whole idea is that others DON'T know what the method is. Even if you do figure it out though, you still have more levels to get through. Password, etc.
Security through obscurity is not sufficient, but it can be an important part/em of an effective security solution.
A calorie is a unit of heat.
A calorie is a unit of energy. Fiber may flush chemical energy out of the system before it has a chance to be broken down and harvested by the digestive system.
It's been estimated that 120 billion people have ever lived on the earth. Since 6 billion of them are alive now,
Only 95% of all humans EVER have died. That means that just going by that statistic (and not its context), I have a 5% chance of never dying.
doesn't selling a license to a song as a ringtone imply the right to use the ring tone without paying each time? --
The problem is that it's not ASCAP who sold you the ringtone. The carrier that sold it to you has no authority to grant you rights to public performance of that ringtone.
What ASCAP wants is to get a piece of the money from the sale^H^H^H^H licensing of that ringtone.
No, they probably can't just "back out of it", but if it really gets that bad for them, they can probably throw enough money at her to convince her to settle. Better that (for them) than to get kicked out of the courtrooms completely.
Here's hoping she and her lawyers stick it to the RIAA instead of accepting a life of luxury on their tab. But quite frankly
but my printer only supported A4
So make your document on A4 and print it on A3 at 141%
How do you print on A3 at 141% if your printer only supports A4?
Those are not free. Those are paid for by the advertisers in the yellow pages.
Well, duh. But they are free to the recipient.