just that simple, Director.
we can pay a mouse 1/3 fewer pellets, pack them into 1/5 the space, and still be just as abusive!
they'd have the world's largest stock of bad tech puns, as well as all the troll stock they'd need to stultify the entire military machine. just think! -- unable to launch total world war because they can't decide on which desktop and which distro to send into the field!
yes, sir, sure would hate to be vendor-bound at work or home with insecure systems, or using a network full of spies and lies, to access online sales where I and my financial records might actually be the product. Yep, you can trust brand-name software and systems totally.
it is far more likely to have first read on an article about the new GUI in one or another Linux distro on Slashdot than first read about transmission of Ebola through improper sterlilization of overgloves before disrobing. the AP will get the Ebola stories first. once the East Gutwrench Reporter and Advertiser runs the AP story two days later, when they're run out of new angles for stories about the new paint job at Ernie's Cafe, some tech in East Gutwrench will submit it because it's cool.
and is not going to shoot at eclipses any more, to try and kill the dragons? excellent.
if you hang around with the sloppy, the untrainable, the secretive whose work can't be duplicated, it starts to look like normality.
namely, nobody is building any because the cost to mitigate the source pollution is so damn high, and going higher. so this generally-clocked-out concept fusion reactor, not-to-scale, would be tied with the second-highest cost of MWH production possible.
great news, I'm ordering 15 of these, bill to my account at the East Bank of the Mississippi. let's get those in production by December 1st, this year, also.
because they are way different.
remote config, you just need secure telnet and good management pipes, on top of the normal basic gizmo office (overpowered PCs, hopefully dual screens, redundant power, etc.)
local config, you will also need an open half-rack on casters at each workstation area, good AC and "battery" power, I like the idea of a cube terminal server 8 or more ports for you to get into the craft ports and push scripts, then localize afterwards. or a localization generator which saves all the configs on a common ultra-backed-up server, and you just tftp them into the remote equipment.
there is almost always a TL1 interface and port number on telco equipment, so you could automate all the localization generator stuff into TL1 as well. since you're telco, also get the AC1 MIB documents for your stuff so you can catch and decode the SNMP traps and autogenerate repair tickets.
none of this is high-buck stuff. it's the coding in the end that determines how much of the scutwork is manual and time-waste, and how much nonsense actually is handled when the outage clock starts ticking and your techs get after the repair.
clear violation of civil rights and probably of his employment contract. the lawyers will probably form a double line a block long outside his house to take this case on contingency.
if nobody will go into the room to check on the patient because the door is melting, that's also a solid indication that first one in can turn off the IV drip.
"Your medical history has been shared 153,473 times."
"Your cancer has 15,429 new messages."
who needs THAT crap?
a lesson they should have learned one major release earlier, aren't I right, kids?
and The Market (tm) is correcting your wild-ass over-reaching "National Security" spying on everybody, almost all of whom are not guilty of anything. you guys did more damage than the Wacko bin Loonies. shut up, sit down, think about it.