Fvzcyr. Rkcynva gb ure gung qvabfnhef unq fcvxl fxva, naq gung fnqqyrf jrera'g vairagrq hagvy 1942.
Yes, yes, and yes. And, to the person who says this is one of the best posts in Slashdot history: yes.
I found a different typo: delete the words "won't release broadband report because it" and you have the correct summary.
'For example, a first device can emit an encoded audio signal that can be received by any capable device within audio range of the device. Any device receiving the signal can decode the information'
It's also called speech.
Cowboy Robot is yet another example of someone trying to use "facts" to create alarm, raise money, and achieve world government. If there were really a time problem in UNIX, and I don't believe it for a moment, it's not necessarily caused by human activity. I prefer sunspots. Yeah. Sunspots.
Dell's R&D must be working overtime to come up with a clever new idea like that.
Here's another "someday" idea they can pursue: put a 5" crt, two floppy drives, and a Z80 in a suitcase. Call it a "portable" computer!!
First the United Nations, then Darwinism, then Galileo. If they force us to use litres, we'll all be living in the USSR before the decade ends.
"what really concerns me is the ability to find another job in the field without 95% of companies discarding me for lack of formal education"
You are 26 and working for a company with 50K employees, some of whom are both in high positions and enlightened enough to have recognized your intelligence without needing to see a "credential." Any company like that ought to have many subdivisions to choose from, so you have your own little constellation of possible new employers, all within this company.
And, should you really decide you want to look elsewhere, you have a zero-effort technique to screen out the 19 out of 20 companies that you say are not as enlightened as the one you already work for. Big win, because wouldn't you be miserable moving to one of the 19 out of 20 stupid ones?
On behalf of the DoJ (*) and the FBI (**), I must inform you that your link to instructions on changing an XML file are in violation of any number of laws, judicial opinions, and fantasies of various American politicians. Cease! Desist! Guantanamo remains open.
(*) Dumb oily jerks
(**) Folks bu****it inspired (***)
(***) Yeah, you can do better.
I'd vote, but then I heard that a definition of crazy is doing the same thing over and over and hoping for a different outcome each time.
So how is that not voting working out for you? Are you getting better winners?
New Jersey's email voters can be confident of as secret a vote as voters already get in Colorado, because only election officials will know who they are. (Look it up, folks, and cry: http://yro.slashdot.org/story/12/09/22/1419211/federal-judge-says-no-right-to-secret-ballot-oks-barcoded-ballots)
And, of course, they'll have as much reason to be confident their votes were counted as residents of any state that uses slot machine (er, electronic) voting.
It doesn't really matter, anyway. When you want to buy an election, the Supreme Court has provided the way.
Absolutely. I think your language is perfect, because simple and straightforward.
You should be aware that many people who claim to be election integrity advocates actually oppose allowing citizens to inspect ballots or images of ballots (on the grounds that special squiggling could be used to sell votes). They also actually oppose allowing citizens to inspect "cast vote records" of the ballots (on the grounds that a voter could encode their identity by the pattern of filling out unimportant races, to show how they voted for an important race.) This is all despite the fact that the increasing use of vote-by-mail allows anyone to sell their ballot to anyone else anyway.
The efforts of these so-called election integrity advocates slow the truly important work of ensuring that people can see for themselves the ballots that supposedly show who won the election. It's a national disgrace, on the same level of significance as the disgrace of allowing paperless voting at all.
* UNIX is a Trademark of Bell Laboratories.