that's it. I'm outta here.
that's it. I'm outta here.
I was afraid there was going to be stupid tether wire, but NO TETHER. Truly remote controlled this time.
I'm 38 and have the same "problem" I haven't tried to write in cursive in a LONG time, and basically print whenever I need to. I still have a cursive signature of course. I'm a little embarrased about it at times but.. meh.
Yep, been there done all that. Nothing has worked for BF2142.
So one cannot play BF 2 or 2142 for more than a few seconds before being booted. Hopefully with the RTM out they'll update it now.
The article does mention concrete shielding, but nothing about metal?
"Recently, experiments on cosmic ray effects at airplane
altitudes have been published by IBM, Boeing, and others
[14, 151. We do not review this specialized field, other than
to note that the fail rate of electronics at airplane altitudes
is about one hundred times worse than at terrestrial
altitudes, as was predicted in an IBM paper 15 years
Second time I've posted this, but it's an interesting paper:
This references an IBM study, which is what I think I actually remember but could not find quickly this morning.
"In a study by IBM, it was noted that errors in cache memory were twice as common above an altitude of 2600 feet as at sea level. The soft error rate of cache memory above 2600 feet was five times the rate at sea level, and the soft error rate in Denver (5280 feet) was ten times the rate at sea level."
The Office Depot here is closing, and has been having a closing sale for a while.
That only leaves staples and best buy locally. Office Max closed a few years ago...
I'll chime in with a "me too". I signed up about a month ago and didn't know any different. It used to be in WMP?
I was thinking about this whole "printing money" issue. If, in fact a lot of money/wealth was "erased" by the carious crashes (mostly electronically)- isn't printing money just putting it back rather than truly adding more money?
besides programming and PC level work. Server admin (Email, Database etc) Firewall/security specialist, Router/WAN specialist, VOIP. Usually one starts off in the PC level/printer repair work, and works ones way up as their abilities allow. If you are suited (eg have the aptitude) to the higher level stuff (WAN, firewalls, servers etc) then you can learn it and move into that area. Certification tests help, both manufacturer specific as well as generic ones.
I took typing in the late 80's. Mainly to learn the skill, but the side effect was a class full of chicks. I guess it was kinda like taking ballet or being a male cheerleader...
The equipment and software to do filtering properly (up to layer seven) can cost a lot of money. Most ISP's don't already have this stuff unlike corp or edu environments which may already have this gear to protect their internal networks.
You can tune a piano, but you can't tuna fish. You can tune a filesystem, but you can't tuna fish. -- from the tunefs(8) man page