I don't know if they still do, but AT&T DSL customers used Yahoo mail as recently as last year.
I'm a wireless engineer (but not a WiFi engineer), so I might just check out that book. Thanks!
What a great, informative reply! I learned something. So rare on Slashdot lately.
So, is 802.11ac a polling MAC layer?
If only I had mod points. This is so Insightful it hurts.
Comments like this are why Slashdot needs to allow a score higher than +5.
Everyone should be required to take a single class, if for no better reason than to teach them A) some basic logic, and B) what's going on behind the scenes in the technology they use every day. And there's should be electives available every year, similar to band/orchestra/wood shop.
Or do what I do, and skip them all together. Yuck.
Man, oh man, if only I had mod points. Insightful, people!
You know how many people DHMO kills every year? Won't someone think of the children?
Bullets are detectable, right? Good luck making plastic casings for those. Oh, and plastic slugs of course.
Yes, I know you can click the transcript, but making us wade through a 2 minute video ad (with horribly choppy sound for me) seems pretty obnoxious. I doubt anybody from Slashdot or Dice is actually in here reading these comments, but if you are, I thought you should know that I'll be avoiding these kinds of articles from now on.
Agreed. 50ms is long enough to get from Chicago to NY, TWICE, on fiber (and not using the special low-latency routes). I don't need it to be exactly like sitting at the workstation, I'm just looking for it to be USABLE, unlike Citrix connections that drop anytime someone sneezes at a NOC somewhere.
Perhaps with a picture of the goatse.cx guy on the front.
Man, do I wish for mod points. I was thinking the exact same thing about our star wandering. If the spiral arms are hostile to life, that could *significantly* cut down on the number of stars capable of supporting life.