vpn to your home network would solve that
While I think that giving out tablets for school use seems like a daft idea, this is the best possible result. Lots of kids doing their own research into how they can make a device suit their needs.
Might even se some kids learning programming as well... The one item that had the most influence on my careerchoice was probably my HP48 that I spent a great deal of time programming and generally tinkering with.
I have two working N900s and one nonworking for spare parts. Not going to swap it out before something better hits the market, if something better comes to market that is.
With the CSSU and some overclocking, it is not _that_ slow compared to other phones/tablets
Several companies are starting their phase 3 trials about now. I've invested in one of them. If they are successfull I'll retire, but I mostly invested just to make sure someone is working on it.
It takes time to move from "killing viruses in a jar" to actually making something that removes the viruses from people without killing them at the same time.
I didn't even know that the show had started up again, before I noticed a new episode automatically downloaded from a RSS feed.
I have access to the show through my cable subscription, but I rarely use my tv for watching stuff. Afterall my computer has a 30" screen, surround speakers and a darker room. I sometimes use my PVR to record stuff from tv, but I rarely turn it on to watch whatever I've recorded.
When you have practically unlimited storage space at home, you sort of like to keep whatever you download as well, just in the rare chance you'll ever want to see it again (or share it with someone).
Torrents are much better than streaming, and the selection of things to watch is MUCH greater than any online service I've found. It's not about the money for me, much more so about the convenience.
2 moths ago, price was 240. Now it's 120. That's half the size it used to be. I think the trouble is you have trouble seeing the screen with your head up your ass. Enjoy your nerdcoins.
2 months ago bitcoin was at 46, now it is 118
The was a sharp in this period, but overall it has been growing steadily so far.
To me (a person outside the us) this guy just seems crazy.
If I met this guy I wouldn't trust him for a second. He might be a decent guy, but it really really does not seem like it to me.
Americas relationship with guns simply seems CRAZY to me.
well, I seem to have downloaded 308gb and uploaded 368gb during february. No wonder I have to keep buying new drives.
Didn't even download a single movie during february.
Now you have a Full Frame camera, you should do all your shooting in RAW mode. Memory is cheap and you can always scale downward with Photoshop at home.
If you have a fullframe dslr and don't already shoot in raw, your pictures probably isn't worth shooting in raw anyways..
I'm already using striped SSD's in my gaming/photo/video rig. It is a bit overkill, but I'll never go back to use spinning disks for anything besides "long term storage".
I forgot, was the the camera where the ads used "simulated images" or something? It was so good that they dare not show it on TV?
If you knew anything whatsover about cameras, you'd notice that Nokia wasn't the first (or last) company to use professional cameras instead of the crappychips in cellphones for their advertising.
If you can retrieve whatever is on them, they are not broken!
Yawn.. please try to keep a disk with a bad motor. You might get it to spin up, you'll get your data - but the disk is still broken.
Looking at one of the shelves here in my home office, I spot 3x1tb, 4x500gb and 2x3tb disks that I can pop in if something breaks. The 3tb disks are spares for my FS.
I'm using the 1tb disks for backups(3x3x1tb) and haven't thrown out the 500gb ones as I don't think they're quite old enough for the trash just yet.
Yeah I looked at the data from google when they published it and it makes sense. I don't really worry about it though.
At home I take backups of the stuff I care about (sourcecode, pictures, video). I've had quite a few disks breaking on me through the years, but haven't lost any data I care about due to a disk that breaks down.
At work we have redundant backups both of data and vms. Backups are on disk inhouse, on disk in a second location and on tape in a second location.
nah, not running _that_ many at home anymore. Still I don't think I need more of them
2 laptops, two desktops, a mediabox and a fileserver. Only the Fileserver has more than a couple of tb of disks.
Fileserver uses raid 5, just in case. Desktops are striped SSD's, laptops uses single SSDs and my mediabox boots from an SD card.
I've got neither the time or interrest in testing my disks besides replacing them if they break.