an only be used directly from outside your network over the internet if you have enabled remote Web GUI management
How many of the people who installed dd-wrt did that?!?
Personally, I was worrying about that until I read that quote. I mean, I installed DD-WRT at my uncle's house and my parents, but I never enable remote management. So all in all, I'm not planning an emergency upgrade anytime soon.
There will be nothing left
Actually, you are saving more than 50% because you still pay for only 13 Watts (as it is said in the article). Also, the poor power factor is not that problematic, because usually, in power substation, you can find capacitor bank to compensate... I admit you still need to wire for more current and you will create more current loss through the wires, but you are still winning because you need a lot more less power.
As long as they don't charge for poor power factor! (when that will be the case, I bet they will include the electronic to compensate)
I, for one, welcome our new geneticaly engineered yeast bacteria overlords.
Actually, TRUE poetic and FAIR poetic might be a little dissimilar, because I would prefer that every case of juvenile incarceration done by these judge be reviewed.
While this is happening, many kid may have been incarcerated with no real base... who knows
I do believe that "judge corruption" is one of the worst crime ever. Whitout "clean judge" there is no justice. I also believe everyone, judge and whoever tried (and actually did) to corrupt the judge should be in prison and have some severe impact on everyone.
In one way, no judge should feel to be "over the law" and they should be scared to be judge... Anyway, I must be day-dreaming again, because this kind of thing won't ever happen. I have never seen any judge be hard on their colleges/peers.
Exactly what I think.
The problem with death penalty is that when the law made a mistake (or when someone was frame for all the wrong reasons), there is no going back... You're dead!
It is bad enough when we read cases of person who spent 5, 10 or 15 years+ in prison and it was all a big mistakes. Yes, it's bad, but the person can get out, and the people who did the mistakes are liable to some extent.
In the case of death penalty, it just goes as an "oups! is dead, soo bad" and everyone just forgets about it...
I have never seen anything fill up a vacuum so fast and still suck. -- Rob Pike, on X.