Another problem I'm having with companies is after I opt for electronic communications, they still send me postal mail. Ads, confirmations, account info. I try to explain that I don't want any postal mail coming to my house. I don't want all my account details going past housemates. I consider online communication to be more secure. How can I get them to stop exposing my personal information?
Yeah. I never understood this app. Screenshot to keep the photos..
That I didn't order.. I went in a change my password anyway... Wondering how close my domain was to getting stolen?
I find it very hard to believe that they are somehow going to get more energy out of plant matter than biodiesel or simply burning it. Hydrogen may be clean, but it's certainly not convenient. I my area, they can run cars on trash. Trash is burned in a Waste-to-Energy facility, and cars are recharged from the electricty.
They should take into account volume as well. Next time I'm taking a crap load of helium balloons!
I don't see where Rand Paul asked that question "Does the President have the authority to use a weaponized drone to kill an American not engaged in combat on American soil?" His question was "Will you kill Americans on American soil?" So, to me it says a lot that Holder added the condition of "not engaged in combat"
Rand referred to those "engaged in lethal force" not the more general "combat"
I'll second the T-Mobile option. If you don't send a lot of messages, it's insanely cheap to keep the service activated.. $100 for 1000 messages lasts 1 year... $10 per year after that to keep service active. $1 to buy the sim card with 10 minutes to start to test out.
Who gets the remainder if it involves taxes? Here something that is $1.00 with 6% sales tax.. rounded to $1.05 Did the taxes just lose 1 cent?
Run out in front of an auto car and be able to kill the car's passengers? I don't think so.
Does anyone have a good estimate as to how much wasted electricty is going to "creating" bitcoins?
Norfolk State: "The policy broadly prohibits using any university internet technology resources "to further personal views" or "religious or political causes." It also prohibits downloading or transmitting "inappropriate messages or images," without defining "inappropriate."
zero results. Did you try this before posting? I believe they are shutting them down.
those statements just sound like they want pain relief. "doctor, can you give me something to alleviate this pain and suffering" I'm sure a lot of people say this everyday. They don't want to die and they might get better.
It's not a zero day if it was privately submitted over a month before. Zero Day means "a previously unknown vulnerability". It just wasn't public, so they didn't have as much urgency in fixing. Just stop calling it a zero day bug if the developers knew about it before hand.
Exactly. If you wanted to track down gay men.. go to a gay club and look around (or even stand outside and watch who goes in). You certainly don't waste your time making a fake facebook ad. OMG gay clubs are outing gay men!