Duh, it was 1981. Learn your history.
This may be what you're looking for. Offers 10/100 WAN ethernet interface, NAT, the whole she-bang.
You can find them used on eBay for under $40 shipped. I personally used a pair to utilize a coax line in my office for hard-wiring my desktop as my wireless was being spotty. Through put is better than 802.11g and ping times are in the 3ms range.
We can measure the speed or location of a murder but not both at the same time?
His Perl script pulled almost 20 million PAGES. It doesn't say exactly how many RECORDS were pulled. I'm assuming most records are multiple pages. Basic math says the script rain for 18 days, so (18*24*60*60)/3 = 518400 possible records to be pulled in that time at an average of 39 pages per record to reach the 20 million pages.
It's all fun and games until you create the descolada! We'll all be Pequeninos or sentient philotic trees before this is done!
Last time I wandered the campus (2003 alum here, Southern Miss to the top!) the library PC's were Windows w/ Deep Freeze for lockdown/control. The big computer lab at the front of the library was a 90/10 mix of Dell/Apple.
The Fine Arts lab in Mannoni PAC was 100% Apple. The CS Lab on the 2nd floor of the Chain Technology Building (TEC) was dualboot Win/Linux. The Engineering lab on 2nd floor TEC was Windows and so was the SET lab on the 3rd floor.
The Psych building lab was also Windows.
When I started as a freshman, you could still dial into ocean to get a shell for e-mail or negotiate PPP @ 14.4kbit. It was a sad day when they removed everyone's shell access, but at least they left scp access with an scp client.
I do still have my orca account though!
It would have just been easier to say "I ran like hell so I wouldn't be eaten by a grue!"
Robocopy is an excellent tool for moving files over a dodgy network from one Windows box to another. Default retry count of 1 million, restartable mode, set the wait between retries, subdirectories.... it's pretty much xcopy/xcopy32 on steroids.
This is a civil proceeding, not a criminal one. "Innocent until proven guilty" only applies to criminal cases.
The furthest back I could find complete tax brackets for is 1950 here.
Crudely adjusting for inflation, my current 2009 salary is approximately $5100 in 1950 dollars. Given the tax rates listed for 1950, I'd pay $916 out of that $5100 for an over-all tax rate of approximately 18%. Tax rates higher than the current high of 35% don't apply until you're making $24000 USD in 1950, which is equivalent to $210k USD today. So they're pretty much on par with current taxes except they tax the ever living hell out of anything over $210k, which is generally extra money that you don't need for basic subsistence.
I wish I could find the tax brackets for 1930 to show you that you probably had to make $300k USD in 1930 to get taxed 80%.
This link will help: http://cit.nih.gov/Support/FAQ/FDCC/
FDCC is what the USAF and all other Armed Services are currently moving toward. It's Vista Enterprise with a bunch of tweaks.
I called my first subroutine with a family-owned thumper. It was a small one, 40 metres or so... But once I hooked it, it was smooth sailing all the way to the sietch!
If the USA built that many, it would cut power plant greenhouse gas emissions by 30%, or the equivalent of nearly a million windmills.
I'm sorry, these numbers are confusing and hard to understand. Can you please express them in a normal way, like relative amounts of iPods (a few, a bunch, a lot)?
If you're going to use a meme then use it right, you insensitive clod!
Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it is too dark to read.