Convert gas signs to metric.
Convert gas signs to metric.
Ah, so that is why this looks like it works so well the first time one a trip. I guess you would not get this neat of a video the next time though the same area.
Currently, law enforcement can track cell phones historically via cell site information. This can be useful in breaking an alibi defense, or loosely grouping a band of people together over time. This only problem with cell site information is the fact that cell site info is only recorded as the cell phone is being used. This new info has the potential to tell law enforcement where the phone, and likely the owner, was at times when the cell phone was not even in use.
As with all things cell phones, most states require a search warrant to use anything off of the phone.
I still get them out to play a game or two of Boccie any maybe Frisbee golf, but those were the only games that were any good.
Wrong. A school may forbid conduct that would "materially and substantially interfere with the requirements of appropriate discipline in the operation of the school.". See Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District, 393 U.S. 503 (1969)
Morse v. Frederick, 551 U.S. 393 (2007)
Basic economics doesn't really have a model for an expensive product that is expensive to produce but trivial to copy. The only solutions are patents, copyrights and trademarks. That works, sort of, when the copier has an incentive not to make the copies. i.e. the threat of being sued. Against corporations, this prevents copying of formulas in drugs and other thing, like the original hand-held calculation, until the patent or whatever wears off. But in the movie or software business, the consumer is the one making the identical free copies and doesn't care about being sued. Your whole economic argument breaks down at that point because the rational consumer would rather have something for free than pay for it.
What is the alternative? Either fossil fuels or really expensive energy. I hope you like paying for those higher energy costs. And don't forget that those energy cost affect all manufactures as well, so those costs of your daily necessities will be passed on to you as well.
If fingerprints so inaccurate, doesn't that speak to the further need of DNA to identify criminals?
Pretty accurate. He doesn't say every arrest is guilty, only most. That sounds about right.
Your mother sounds like an lifetime movie. Some kids suck and thinking that you can get everyone of them to open up and want to learn is ridiculous.
Where do you draw the line between the a large network and the Internet as a whole?
If you are not cheating, you are only cheating yourself.
If you never get the degree or the grades to get the interview, what does it matter.
My ex-girlfriend got stuck on a road last winter because her GPS took her up a summer only road that was for snowmobiles in the winter. The GPS didn't know the difference. We had to get a buddy's big pickup truck to come crank her our of a snowdrift.
I currently have Time Warner Cable's Road Runner cable internet service. I am scheduled to get Verizon Fios 35/35 service next week. While the download speeds are at least comparable within an order of magnitude, the upload speed should go from ~400kb/s to 35mb/s. I don't currently upload much other than torrents and normal web uploads like pictures, but I can envision myself taking advantage of other things on the internet that I normally have not done. I'm think just off the top of my head I think I might try one of these cloud backup services and streaming more video to my iphone from my computer/slingbox.