According to Wikipedia, DD-WRT haven't put out a stable release since 27 July 2008!
If only we _were_ in a "post-NSA new world order".
Isn't there a rule against this?
10 Mb/s upstream that is, not downstream.
Not if they're not attached to the Internet.
Maybe he means that they are already locked down in that they're not a Power User or Administrator so can't install to %PROGRAMFILES%, but he doesn't lock them down such that they can't install add-ons into things like their browser, or Local Settings, so their Windows profile gets infected. Maybe.
Work on Wikipedia. It's rare to find a Wikipedia article not in need of some work. You get to learn about various topics and you get to make something better for everyone. Wikipedia is reportedly the fifth most popular web site in the world. As you learn more about editing, it's easier and easier to find things that are broken that are easy to spot and fix in a couple of minutes.
Super Store... Nice. You might have coined a phrase there.
> A "Get All Mail" button
Shift + F5
I don't want anything as sharp as "razor-thin" in my pocket.
Settings -> Security:
- Encrypt device
- Encrypt SD Card
Why do people insist on selecting Apply before choosing Print or OK?
You're right, it works fine but it does depend on a user's expectations, if it's their work computer and they're an information worker and they don't have a faster computer at home to compare it to then it's likely not seen as a significant problem, but if they have a faster computer at home then it will be definitely be noticeable.
Windows XP SP3 with 512MB RAM and Firefox 3.6 is fine. We have loads of machines with that spec running in the field.