Actually pushed me to Apple
I'm now the proud owner of a brand new MacBook Pro
Actually pushed me to Apple
maybe this is why my comcast bill and cell bills were so high
Being "old" I still remember all the passwords I need to. That being said I have a few co-workers that use a password protected Excel Sheet
As was stated - The new employee was not that technically savvy,according to Childs - so what would cause more damage, giving the password to a person that probably has no clue as to what they are doing and with root access to all of your systems(remembering that these are 911 systems that at the time were working) - or vetting the person out and ensuring that they understood how the system worked.
As for a private company, My CIO asked for the admin password for our systems, once - I refused based on his qualifications - we passed our SOX security audit.
An important thing to remember that security audits also include social networking - so holding out for the mayor to release the passwords to him, in my estimation was the correct thing to do.
Still use a dial up for out of bandwidth access to my router
for traditional web I haven't used a dial up for over 20 years
You must be from Massachusetts
So I guess this is an unintended consequence that companies are people, from a purely political point of view.
Most rear wheeled cars have a very short front end. The Tesla has a normal large sedan front end that it can use as a crumple zone
Im installing Win98 - forget all the current bells and whistles, and on my current hardware it'll fly
I believe that the point is that this kid is so into science that he was penalized for actually using his mind and entering science fairs. A lot of them. Guess they think he should be on the street corner selling or doing drugs instead
I wonder if this is the same brilliant kid that gave the Ted talk a while ago on a break through of nuke tech
I didn't realize that solar power contributed to pollution, guess we should turn off the sun?. If I remember correctly with Tesla S there is the ability to use the their charging stations which are 100% solar powered. of course if you're not near one then plugging in would be the next best thing. I'm also guessing that as Tesla motors grow there will be more of these stations scattered through out the US
now initially the price of the S seems steep, but if you take into consideration that you are no longer paying for Fuel/ oil and the never ending tune up of an older technology then the price doesn't seem that unreasonable
I'm wondering who financed this study/report
His crime: competing in too many science fairs."
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That's where the dogs come in
Not sure about the generator statement. if you live in my neck of the woods - I have well water and septic system that I would prefer no to fill up
So my generator is sized accordingly 10 KW, runs on propane(Propane doesn't turn into varnish/go bad, worse case I steal a jug from my grill) I can get about a week on a fill running my whole house(granted it's only 1200 square feet)
I have a decent fiber connection to the house and the CO is only about 2000 feet away. -
As far as cost - I purchased a used Generator for $75.00 with a blown motor and replaced it with a newer energy efficient one for about $400.00. All said and done
Transfer switch , 100 feet of 1 inch conduit two weekends burying pipe and pulling wire. All said and done I'm I''m into it for just shy of $800.00. our last power 2 outages lasted more than 36 hours but I lived through them in comfort.
If you get beyond the idea of buying new this can be done on a budget. The other positive it raised the value of my home by about $7500.00
not a bad return on my investment