So which would it be
So which would it be
They already demand that you have a saftey triangle, 2 hi-vis vests and a full set of spare light bulbs. And that's for any car travelling on French roads, not just the French-registered ones.
Playing devils advocate here
If you use the GPL as your distribution license for a book.......you would have to give away the Word
Unless, of course, a bibliography counts as 'source' for a textbook.
Something I noticed in Diaspora when you download your info from it is that it includes public RSA keys for all your contacts, plus your own public & private key pair. I thought that was a good idea.
australia doesn't have a string identifier per citizen yet then(soc sec number or whatever, something assigned at birth to separate you as you)?
Australia has a Tax File Number which you apply for when you start work -- or rather start paying tax. TFN is supposed to be confidential between you and the Tax Office, though in practice any organisation that has some effect on your taxable income will ask for it. Not having/providing a TFN means you'll be paying the highest tax rate.
There were plans to create the Australia Card, back in the day, but it didn't get passed by the Senate and hence the TFN was born
So you don't have a pension / 401k.
Or a bank savings account.
Is it? I've been trying to find a recent source release for Android
I think the best you can say is that Android *was* open source.
Your right. That's the job of their Records Management staff.
I'm assuming the politics at RMIT haven't changed that much. Students are not clients of ITS, so good luck with getting them to do anything for you. About the only way you can get them to do anything useful is lobby your School's or Portfolio's Director of IT and get them to argue with ITS for you.
This one is pretty good too:
Actually, a corporation IS a person. Not a natural person, but certainly a legal person.
As we fall deeper into a surveillance society, with cameras pointed at your front door, auto-logging of your car plates everywhere you drive, and (this is completely true) police helicopters with inferred[ sic ]/heat sensors flying over your house that can see through walls
If anyone is able to fly over your house and see inside with infrared sensors then you really are not fullfilling you responsibilties to the environment and should invest in much better insulation.
Honestly, the money you invest will more than pay for itself in reduced energy bills.
And you'll be able to hide from IR survalance.
This is one where tin-foil may actually work - especially if you put the shiny side down.