All that being said, a larger voltage with a low current, when sufficiently protected with a power negotiation protocol like that used in PoE, is going to be safer than a high current LV source. A sufficiently low voltage source might not be able to electrocute you, but it's pretty damn good at starting fires compared to a HV source with an effective input resistance.
good luck enforcing that on Linux. What are they going to do?
Tap into the other side of the conversation, where granma is running Windoze or OSX?
Which reminds me, you know how many times a year I get asked for a public key for email? About 0.2.
Pretty much the same reason I'm still here... I've managed to succeed enough to be comfortable, do so without pillaging, and work in an area that has potential to deliver productive change to the country. So I think I'll just keep that up.
If you want to make your life better, that's on you: it won't be handed to you.
Absolutely on target. The very first step to doing this, of course, is realizing theat "the system is rigged and the man is keeping you down", and the second is figuring out how to do something about that.
OR, you could buy into the idea that if you just stick your neck out far enough, some Donald Trump's next pyramid scheme won't milk you from what little cash or manpower you have at your disposal and instead will make you magnificently wealthy. But I would not recommend that.
Or use them as a captive board game opponent.
They were testing long-ish term exposure of the older mouse body to blood constantly filtered through the younger mouse's system. Doing that is apparently cheaper and more humane than harvesting and transfusing 24x7.
Any treatment they (meaning any sanely regulated or ethical medical establishment) develop from this won't expose the donor, that would violate a lot of laws, policies, codes and consciences.
It does give a new meaning to the term "Flash Mob"
While carrots and APAP are both in common use by the populance, carrots do
not provide instant relief from sudden onset of pain. When you burn yourself
with hot grits, you can either stand there and think "you know, if I had eaten
carrots instead then maybe I'd be in a better mood about burning myself with
hot grits" Or you can take a pain reliever.
So we need pain relievers, not just carrots.
Carrots also do not do another thing: kill you if you eat too much, with "too
much" being something you could get down in a single swallow, or gradually
take over the course of a day without any stomach cramps to let you know
you are doing something fatal. Carrots don't kill people or cause intractable
medical expenses when used improperly, barring some rather deviant
practices (sometimes involving hot grits as well).
As such, it's very important to understand the reasons why a person might
use these substances, so that we can educate the public about which
substances to use under what conditions. If APAP can help a person avoid
using a more damaging or addictive psycoactive phrametceutical, but
has to be used with care, we need to know that.
Anyway, scientists study diet just fine. They are even finally getting around
to studying intestinal flora in better detail. Of course there is a funding
bias when big pharma levels of money are involved, but that's just capitalism
and greed doing its usual damage when we fail to set good boundaries for it.
This. Anxiety and panic aren't always beneficial and they don't always end on their own.
Sometimes they run away with themselves in completely unproductive directions, and
will cause you to do some pretty crazy and potentially self-damaging things. Since your
brain has effectively been disabled, you can't just self-discipline your way out of them
They can get so bad that you have to go the ER and have them break the feedback loop
with a Lorazepam or whatnot.
Not to mention the actual physical toll that cronic anxiety can have on the health of the
rest of your body (from extreme stress levels) is damaging to your longterm health.
Except it will leave you a walking dead man for a couple of days while your body tries to live without a functional liver, and doctors cannot do a thing about it. So that probably would be an even worse existential crisis.
Actually the thing that makes a functional language a functional language has nothing to do with curly braces. The defining principle of functional languages is that you have to have special hacks built into the language that technically violate it's functionality in order to make it do anything -- eh -- functional -- due to the fact that side effects are the only useful way to get anything done.
I'm also a bit concerned about this "netifd" creature. I'll have to figure out how to wedge it onto something I'm not using in production in order to play with it, but it seems at first blush to be removing a lot of scripting capabilities surrounding the network event system, which I use a lot, in ways that are not expressable/supported in
Speaking as someone currently considering buying slightly behind the curve, I was all set to jump on an Intel-based fanless system because of the TDP figures. However, with the PowerVR versions of the Intel GPU c**k-blocking linux graphics, and with AMD finally open-sourcing UVD, I'm now back to considering a Brazos. Less choices for fanless pre-built systems, though. May have to skip on the pay-a-younger-geek-because-I-dont-enjoy-playing-legos-anymore part.
So no, for some markets, Intel has not yet realized the advantage that their IC processes should technically give them, and to the point of TFA, if they do not combine that advantage with architectural improvements, there will be ways for AMD to stay in this market for some time to come.
You would not think anyone would be so dumb to set these up but some may be legacy, or put in place by a local hero sysadmin.
A lot of these are spare aux or console ports on Cisco routers. The actual syntax used to set one up is a bit contorted, so it's possible for someone inexperienced who is following crib notes to think they are just enabling access to the serial port from the router commandline when in fact they are also enabling an alternate telnet/ssh port.
Also a few of the newer platforms coming out from Cisco include the ability to run a linux server on the second core ("embedded service module") and the default configuration has a rather permissive "transport output" statement on the emulated serial port joining the IOS to the ESM.
LOM has mitigated the need for most of these setups, but there is still gear where the only reliable rescue console is on the serial port.