Even better. The point is that yes, SOME laptops (hint -- not every laptop is a Dull) have a physical hardwired switch to turn off the WiFi (antenna or radio).
My Toshiba Satellite has a hard wired switch which disconnects the built-in WiFi antenna.
You have no clue what you're talking about.
All we need to do now is scale up to sharks.
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Really? It seems to me that Seward is in Alaska, not Tennessee.
I'm a bit surprised. I always thought that the New Madrid quakes in the early 1810s were rated 8+.
See, it's attitudes like this that hurt artists...
I mean, if we don't keep extending copyright, how can we encourage Elvis to keep singing new music?
P2P Killed Elvis!!!!
Outside of downtown? Not a frickin' chance.
Here in the Minneapolis/St Paul metro, as long as you're going to either downtown and, honesty, downtown Minneapolis more-so that StP, it's faster to take the bus. However, pretty much anywhere else, it's way slower.
That said, my family of 4 only has one car and I take mass transit or carpool w/others. I see absolutely no reason why those working downtown should go there in any other way. It's faster, cheaper, allows you to sleep/read/etc, and it's better for the environment.
Yep. It's the Wormface base
I have an iPhone5S w/VZW and find their tools to be 100% spot on. Between my wife and I, we end up right at our 4GB limit each month and sometimes we're in airplane mode + wifi for a day or more in order to make it under the wire. I feel VZW's own tools are just fine for monitoring my bandwidth, at least at this point in time.
Many of you will ask why we just don't add more to our plan. Well, that's simple: I don't believe that carriers should be able to charge what they do for the limited amount of bandwidth they provide; data is the new SMS (something I also refused to pay for when I was on AT&T and instead forced the carrier to block all incoming SMS to my phone and I used Google Voice + iMessage to avoid paying for it).
Try uBlock Origin; Chrome is using considerably less memory on OSX than it was when I was running ABP (anywhere from 15% to 25% less).
That's why I get my crypto from SETEC Astronomy
Don't knock it, it worked for Arthur Dent.
The Public Sector does a lot of things well, but it is not great at many others and thus private/public partnerships are an absolute requirement for government to run effectively. If the Public Sector were really out to avoid all outsourcing, it would be detrimental to the core competencies of its staff.
So, if we're to take a step back and say that a lot of government's utilize SIRE or GovDelivery to host, manage, and deliver their documents to the public, are you instead suggesting that the Public Sector bring these functions in-house and build infrastructure and management solutions to do this themselves?
You believe that web/email hosting solutions should not go to IaaS organizations and instead should be handled by high-cost internal IT groups which may not be as inexpensive or effective as those in the Private Sector?
I think your view is incredibly short-sighted for many of the functions of the Public Sector. While the Public Sector *must* do a better job managing the Private, that is besides the point; they simply cannot do what you claim they should, especially while being mindful and reacting quickly to their citizens.