AVR-Stick, by Reusch Elektronik
AVR-Stick, by Reusch Elektronik
The term "SCADA" is specifically used for industrial processes that have to be connected by long-distance networking.
(it's a slight variant of your #2, though "compromising" in this case doesn't mean a full compromise, it means mildly abusing the DNS spec to work around XSS restrictions)
If you're at all intellectually honest, you'll have to admit that there's a rather substantial difference between HIV/AIDS and religion.
Only a matter of degree. Compare it to the common cold instead. For most people, it drains their energy that could be used elsewhere, but they otherwise live fine. In its most virulent form, it does kill a few people (inter-religious violence, anti-medicine beliefs, etc).
And if the cops ask you to delete photos, play along, because recovering the deleted photographs is trivial compared to what can happen when arguing with a cop.
After the cop leaves, swap out the memory card for another. Make sure you set the card aside and don't take any more pictures on it, because taking new pictures could potentially overwrite some of the deleted data. When you get home, download and run PhotoRec (it's GPL/open source, available on multiple platforms, and runs almost without regard to what the underlying filesystem is).
It's not necessarily the wrong way to do it. If you work at a military/defense company, where they have separate classified and unclassified networks, this is the solution they use.
But you're right, it does have notable downsides -- mainly, that when employees log into banking/finance sites, there's one box on your network that sees ALL of their passwords. If that one box were ever to be compromised, you have serious issues on your hands.
Repeat after me: Mutual assured destruction. Japan didn't have the capability to respond, Russia does.
Of course, now that means that most countries want "defensive nukes" of their own.
What happens in Titan's neighborhood is determined mainly by the gravity of Saturn. Everything that happens now (its orbit, what impacts it) is dominated by Saturn's gravity, and everything about Titan's past (formation out of the dust disc that circled the early Saturn) was dominated by Saturn's gravity.
It's not heliocentrism, it's a recognition that gravitational relationships are hierarchical. That's true from moons to plants to stars to galaxies to clusters.
Going in the other direction, there's debate about whether rogue planets (planet-like bodies that orbit a galaxy but aren't attached to any star) can be properly called a "planet".
51 "I am the reanimated bread which came down from heaven. If anyone eats of this bread, he will 'live' forever; and the bread that I shall give is My flesh, which I shall give for the life of the world." 52 The Jews therefore quarreled among themselves, saying, "How can this Man give us His flesh to eat?" 53 Then Jesus said to them, "Most assuredly, I say to you, unless you eat the brain of the Son of Man and drink His blood, you have no life in you. 54 "Whoever eats My brain and drinks My blood has eternal life, and I will reanimate him up at the last day. 55 "For My brain is food indeed, and My blood is drink indeed. 56 "He who eats My brain and drinks My blood abides in Me, and I in him. 57 "As the living Father sent Me, and I live because of the Father, so he who feeds on Me will live because of Me. 58 "This is the bread which came down from heaven; not as your fathers ate the manna, and are dead. He who eats this bread will be a zombie forever."
Yup, from the way they phrased it, it almost sounds like you can't identify as cisgender, which is awfully odd.
It just reinforces the fact that most companies have no idea what "gender identity" means, even when it's part of their equal opportunity employment statement. (hint: sex, gender, and orientation are completely different things)
Programmers used to batch environments may find it hard to live without giant listings; we would find it hard to use them. -- D.M. Ritchie