I can tell you as a bonafide resident of Mountain View the net work is not over saturated. It is simply unusable. There was a brief time where the secure variant worked passably well but that doesn't even work now. I honestly suspect the problem is just the access points are not receiving any physical maintenance and are falling into disrepair. There's enough alive to maintain the visible SSID but that's about it.
This summary was anything but easily digestible. The second sentence is a nightmarish run-on and misuses "affect". I stared at it for 30 seconds trying to figure out what the hell was going on.
Here's the deal:
I have 4 computers at home, running windows and MacOSX. I have 1 at work running Windows. Many of these dual boot and run Linux. Two of them have VMs running guest OSes. All of them have multiple browsers; some combination of IE, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari. I use all of them, not because I'm crazy but because the "best" browser changes every 6 months. XMarks managed to keep my bookmarks synced across all these browsers and all these OSes. And it did it painlessly.
I'm not sure why everyone thinks I should "man" up and write my own. I didn't write my own browser, OS, GUI, etc. A fool makes new tools when existing ones are already on the workbench.
I think your choice of automobile is a sign of latent homosexuality.
I think your girlfreind/boyfreind is a dyke/flaming queer.
I might care what you thought if you weren't a homophobic nitwit.
If half of the face is a wolf and the other half a sheep, are you holding a third half in reserve to look like Steve Jobs?
Architecture is, thankfully, not all about efficiency. Being able to design buildings with the unprecedented structural freedom that 3D printing enables is actually quite exciting. I doubt they'll make full buildings out of it but I can see individual rooms or features constructed this way.
Almost all modern electronics have these little sensors. It's so manufacturers rightly don't have to cover warranty repairs for your accidental swim in the lake.
But yeah, they aren't necessarily reliable.
Your question has a lot of what you want, not what he wants. So ponder that for a moment: if he doesn't have any interest, you're wasting both your time and his time, plus causing aggravation and friction. Ask him if he's interested, ask him what kinds of things he would like to develop, and go from there.
Agreed. If you are affected you should probably contact the FCC or the FTC and complain about this.
The "Top 1000" sites are the ones I don't bother searching for: google, microsoft, yahoo, salon, nytimes, espn, amazon: I already know what they are. You use a search engine to search for stuff you can't find.
Well, that's what I told her.
My grandfather wants his joke back.
It still has all the glory of plumbing, just like it always did.
It's true but static analysis can fix this problem.
You've clearly never done any multithreaded programming.