Great first line!
Great first line!
So this is the Linux version of WiFli?
From the Article:
"Drivers on the scheme will be given a TomTom PRO 3100 as part of the package, and the device will include Active Driver Feedback and LIVE Services to warn drivers when they were cornering too sharply or braking too hard."
I wonder if they take into account the type of vehicle?
A "sharp" turn, at say 20mph, in an SUV is more dangerous than the same "sharp" turn in a sports car.
My Kingdom for mod points. Thanks first poster. My sentiments exactly. How many remakes must we endure?
nmap on Windows?
remember that scene in Scanners?
Ditto on the recruiters calling. I recently submitted for a promotion to management at my former job. Since I had to updated my resume, I decided to post it on monster.com. I said I was looking for full time, non-contract work, but that sure didn't stop the recruiters from trying to contact me.
Air Force - It's not just a job... It's a job with a uniform!
Odd, I'm looking at my work laptop, Thinkpad T410, with a big old Windows7 sticker on it.
Anyone find the timing of this article a little odd, what with record setting heat in much of the U.S.. Last thing we need it a way to "heat" our homes....
Yes, this is what allows me to watch Youtube at work, amongst other things.
Yes, we do 99% of our Netflix viewing in the living room on our HD TV through the PS3, either the streaming or the DVD's.
1st Gen Macbooks were 32bit Core Duo's. 2nd gen and higher are 64bit Core 2 Duo or the latest Core i processors.
Why aren't the wireless carriers using the private IP ranges? Why does my smartphone need it's own public IP address?
Steve Jobs said two years ago that X is brain-damaged and it will be gone in two years. He was half right. -- Dennis Ritchie