I always knew that that was a documentary!
I always knew that that was a documentary!
the really don't like this sort of thing and will quite happily take the likes of Google on for what it sees as unfair/anti-competitive behaviour. The only trouble is that it takes them an age to act.
What's more concerning... That the director of the CIA had his account hacked, or that he has an AOL account.
What really is concerning is that tech support knew ''Brennan’s account number, password and other details''. Who stores passwords in clear these days ? The only safe storage is a one way hash or something. This is vague as to exactly which tech support was tricked and which account details were revealed, but who in tech support would tell anyone someone's password ?
The metric that I really want to know was not there: how long will it last when idle (waiting for incoming calls) and how long the speech time ? For me, I want a minimum of 48 hours idle, more is better. It is occasionally nice to do something else with the thing, but not all the time. This is like all computer reviews: focus on speed, for client stuff it is not what interests me.
I did see that the $159 AirPod headphones only last 5 hours before needing recharging. Although not being a mac fanboi I can't see myself buying one.
If I wanted to stop people taking alternative explanations to an event seriously I would find convenient nutters to add their wacky ideas to the list of explanations and get them onto talk shows, lecture circuit, etc. The more outlandlish the better; aliens - even better; new physics - great; the proposer have a checkered past and outlandish hairstyle - just who we want. The result is a couple of dozen of competing ideas for people to read; they will, rightly, dismiss many of them as cranky, and, by association, this reduces the credibility of the more considered explanations.
The ideas become hidden because mainstream media can ignore them by labelling them 'conspiracy theories'.
I'm not saying who/what caused the 3 buildings to fall on 9/11, but the official story has questions in it that it's authors don't answer; some alternative stories seem to have good evidence behind them.
I am a Brit, so yes: I mean what you call soccer, there are standard sizes. I have no idea how big an American football is.
Is that it passed at 6.3 earth radii. If earth was a standard football (radius 4.5 inches/11.5 cm) it passed 28 inches (72 cm) away. Comfortably safe.
In China students are fined for 'excessive' toilet flushing, they must use an electronic pass every time that they go to the toilet.
But I have directly seen printers that locked you out of everything until you replace the ink cartridges.
If the colour cartridges are empty then how can they print the yellow dots that lets the government know which printer was used ?
So would a system freeze be seen as a positive feature ?
the Chinese, Russian, governments; by other corporations; by
suggests that what we are doing is changing the atmosphere and sea in ways that, amongst other things, increase the energy that drives weather systems. This increases the likelihood: that storms will be violent; that winds pick up more moisture from the sea - that has to fall later as rain; etc
So: we cannot point to an individual climatic event (ie storm or something) and say that it was caused, or made more extreme, by global warming. We can observe that overall things are getting worse - in ways that match the models that we have used to predict these effects.
The trouble is that many do not want to know: the effects are over many years "I'll be dead by then"; or are seen as costing more (eg moving from petrol [gas] to electric powered cars); global in nature "why should I do something when XX is not"; and are often far away:
First the flooding happened in Louisiana, but I did nothing because I do not live in Louisiana.
First the flooding happened in Eastern Australia, but I did nothing because I do not live in Eastern Australia.
Then the flooding happened in Cumbria, England, but I did nothing because I do not live in Cumbria.
Now the flooding is inundating my house, but there is no one to keep me dry.
With apologies to Pastor Martin Niemöller.
it tells me which banks have been robbed most often and where the cases are not solved. Thus which ones I should rob since I would be most likely to not get caught!
Thanks FBI - a great tool to help me plan my next bank job!
there will be a parking warden hovering to check if someone has overstayed by 5 minutes and pounce to hand out a ticket. Those pains in the ass are everywhere!
This is a key part of the problem, the ability to spoof the caller ID. There are only a very few legitimate reasons for doing this (eg call back from Samaritans, sexual disease clinic,
Yes: many of these spam calls originate from overseas; this is the sort of thing that should be in a TTIP/TPP treaty; but since it only benefits individuals and not corporations it will never find its way there.
You're at Witt's End.