Maybe, but it's hugely offset by the number of tech support jobs necessary to maintain Bill's software.
In fact, I'm thinking of making robots that break windows. Think of all the new jobs they will create!
But... but... Trump is teh evil!!!1!!!!
That's a much more reasonable explanation, right?
Fire up the SS Botany Bay.
That's a pretty graphic description
no news to anyone in the field.
I see what you did there. Also, thanks to Slashdot's no editing policy, we now have a record of pun field strength for future paleocomedians.
RS232 is still pretty common with the electronics hackers.
A lot of modern embedded computers such as modems/routers have a TTL level serial port somewhere on the board. It's nice to have an extra way into the machine if its network is down, for example.
or you can make one in software.
Or software-as-hardware when programming FPGAs. Many FPGA boards have one traditional RS232 port, but it's only provided with voltage converters, so you need to program the actual signaling logic. But if you only need TTL level signals, you can skip the traditional voltages and use plain FPGA pins.
It is a matter of finding the assets and not to stepping on the toes of the FBI.
All I can say about e360Insight is that it has been resolved to our mutual satisfaction.
you can't ask why.
A committee takes root and grows, it flowers, wilts and dies, scattering the seed from which other committees will bloom. -- Parkinson