Both my google voice mail and tmo voice mail transcribes into text, and I can delete or hear it with only press. Go ahead and leave me a voice mail! Only problem is most carriers charge for "visual voicemail" services... That should be the thing to attract people, after using transcribed voice mail services, you never ever ever want to go back.
I can read my voicemail in meeting, its great.
If I was a phone system vendor id be adding transcription, make those IP phones display the voicemail, etc.
Even asterisk and freepbx can do transcription.
... Dragnet from 1968 or 1969 showing the situation after the assassination of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.
Except Michael Brown was no Martin Luther King. King would have been appalled by the circumstances into which Brown's family launched him through neglect of his character. King would have been disgusted by Brown, who spend the morning smoking dope, robbing a convenience store to get more supplies, and then assaulting a cop. King would likewise have been disgusted by people chanting in the streets about things that didn't happen, outraged by their willingness to destroy people's property and burn down their neighborhood businesses, or shout in large organized groups about wanting to see dead cops NOW!
No, things are very different now than they were even 20 years ago. Worse, when it comes to that sort of thing.
What was he supposed to do - fly in with super speed and drag Bin Laden off to prison?
Well I definitely give you points for being so tenacious in your attempt to pretend you still understand the conversation.
Another poster says that people are wrong to point out Obama's failures, because look at all of the things HE accomplished. Except, HE didn't do those things. He's not responsible for them. The Bin Laden take-down had essentially zero to do with him or any policy on his part, other than, "Yeah, keep doing what you started doing under Bush, until we get that guy." I'm pointing out that the person trying to fish around for some way to show Obama as a success, is attributing to him personally things for which he is not responsible. But you keep attacking that straw man, if it makes you feel better. Nobody is fooled, and I doubt you're even fooling yourself.
If they dont have evidence they dont know they are criminals.
Tor Stinks... But it Could be Worse
- Critical mass of targets use Tor. Scaring them away from Tor might be counterproductive.
- We can increase our success rate and provide more client IPs for individual Tor users.
- Will never get 100% but we don't need to provide true IPs for every target every time they use Tor.
Seems the NSA doesn't want targets to move away from Tor because they have some success and are confident of gaining more. They don't need to own all the nodes. It's a documented weak spot that they just need to tap the incoming and outgoing nodes and do timing attacks. Given the NSA's (and their foreign, cooperating counterparts) massive taps on the Internet backbones, that sounds pretty feasible.
Or would a rational person perhaps look at the store as a profit center because it makes money, despite having overhead costs like
How about the cash registers?
How about the front door?
Is every last bit of overhead inside a profit center a tiny, microscopic cost center?
Profit requires revenue, and security generates NO revenue for most companies.
So, a company's money-making, walk-up retail storefront isn't a profit center?
Unfortunately, security is a cost center, not a profit center. That doesn't sit well with the MBA types.
Nonsense. It only doesn't sit well with the fictional, cartoon-grade MBA types that IT people like to conjure up as straw men. Security IS a profit center, because it's part and parcel of actually doing everything that generates profit. Without it, the profitable activity is impossible, and so it is part of the profit-making activity. Period. Saying it's no is like saying the director of a Sony movie isn't part of their profitable activity of making movies because he has to be paid.