Amazon has a third party cable for $12. Also, I would prefer to charge it via external adapter since it will have more amperage to charge it faster. As for syncing, iTunes has been able to sync over wifi for years.
CoolCash writes: I have been in the market looking for a hybrid "cloud" storage system. We are a small agency with about 15+ TB of archived data which we want to move off site. I would like this data easily accessible to most, if not all, of our users without asking IT (me) to retrieve it for them. One intriguing product is Amazon Storage Gateway using s3 and glacier. Which opens up an iSCSI lun to the network from s3 storage. There are systems like Microsoft's StorSimple cost upwards of $100,000. Has anyone had experience in this product space?
Don't forget that the profits from the Raspberry PI's go to helping children and people who don't have access to technology to get access to it. The foundation helps these people learn how to program and "tinker" with electronics.
No you don't pay for Binge On, but I bet that T-Mobile gets a kickback from HBO, Netflix, Hulu for those better speeds. And this is exactly what a violation of net neutrality is. Now the "little guy" who wants to have a streaming service gets kicked to the bottom rung because they didn't pay for premium delivery by T-Mobile.
but you need real backup software. As you fill up drives you replace it and continue the backup until you have a full backup. This way you can take them off site. Like any other backup solution, make sure you test the drives every few months to make sure your data is not corrupt and have a failed drive.
Lets say Google does implement an inactive account system. Create a process that detects that account deletion and then sends out an email to your family members with a copy of your keepass file, that way they will have access to all of your accounts after you pass away.
If they have an up to date database of all the sales tax codes its not a big deal. Merchants already do this with shipping. It should be even easier since they already have a sales tax field, they just need to compare a database of zip codes to the database.
Check with your local state universities, many of them offer programs for people who have been out of school for a while. It allows people to get the proper training and job placement.
Also, why not seek a management position in your field of expertise?