This problem ain't just on Trump and Republicans.
Now it is. They control all three branches of government and could stop warrantless searches tomorrow if they so decided.
And Trump is the very last person who will relinquish the kind of power that warrantless searches give him.
This was buried at the very end of the story:
During a second, unofficial demonstration of the HorseFly for UPS on Monday, some sort of interference – possibly from the broadcast reporters’ cameras - caused an issue with the drone’s compass. The drone aborted its launch, tried to land on top of the UPS truck, fell to the side and was nearly crushed by the still-closing lid of the vehicle.
“We’ve never seen it before,” said Burns, of the glitch.
I'll be better able to figure it when the cartridge is empty. The savings come from not having to pay eight or ten bucks for copies that I'm proofreading.
They're already online as free e-books, HTML, and PDF, with printed copies available at a price.
There are so many free sources of news, it may be impossible to sell it in the near future.
But how do those news sources get filtered and curated? The problem today is that there is so much news that you can find someone writing absolutely any story you want, regardless of the facts, and regardless of the relevance or importance.
Probably about three or four hundred pages.
IIRC you're Canadian (if in the US you'll need insurance) and should be able to get CrystaLens implants for an extra $2,000. They cure nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, and cataracts.
I ran Suse back in 2003 and liked it, but moved to Mandrake because my TV didn;t like it; I was using the TV as a monitor with an S-video cable. Still trying to find a distro that will run on an old Gateway laptop.
Wow - this is some pretty cool stuff and I commend Netflix for doing it, but really? Netflix?
It's a tool developed for internal, corporate users, to make Netflix's own operations more secure. They've decided to open source it, probably in hope that others will have good ideas to make it better.
You're lucky. They revoked phlogiston theory two weeks before my chemistry finals.
Misquoting plain and simple statements from a book that is over 1500 years old
That's a long time. A quarter of the Earth's age!
Congrats on getting your anti-Trump quota in! I admire your ability to insert it into articles that aren't even about him at all!
Thank you. Also, Milo is a pedo. Confirmed.
They already had this. It's called citing your sources and peer review.
Unless you're the president, in which case you can just make up any old bullshit that sounds good, even about nonexistent terrorist attacks, the "historical" margin of your electoral victory or the size of your inauguration attendance. Just because it makes you and your supporters feel good, which is the most important thing.
Yep. Exactly. Gotta love government IT workers!
I love my government IT job. After years of working for Fortune 500 IT teams, I'm finally working with the best pros in the industry.
I spent 15 years as a consultant, working with both fortune 500 companies and government agencies. Government agencies tend to have one of two personalities; either they're quite good or they're horribly bad. Sounds like you got into a good one. Corporate IT departments of non-IT companies tend to be more middle of the road, though variance is huge. But the top tier information technology companies tend to have almost uniformly excellent people.
My problem lies in reconciling my gross habits with my net income. -- Errol Flynn Any man who has $10,000 left when he dies is a failure. -- Errol Flynn