Reading your post on a 15"MBP Retina display with the display running at full rez (>>what stock OSX will let you run it at) and the amount of screen real estate is awesome. More than on the 27" Dell sitting next to it. Yes people I work with complain they have trouble reading it, but I do fine with it. I wouldn't need that if @#$@# app & web devs didn't waste so much space these days, but what can I do...
Your manager and company had already paid the cost of "training" you, why would they then fire you and have to hire someone who might not be as careful as you would then be?
Maybe, but apparently not at BackBlaze's scale. The higher failure rate of the Seagates is offset by the lower price.
I want to be able to call it Zorg. I almost never say Zorg. And I can't imagine that Zorg sounds like anything else. Alexa on the other hand seems to get triggered inadvertently fairly often.
When some idiot decided that I needed to see 15 photos that he sent to ALL of his friends...
Get better friends.
(in one case... the bus died)
And then a four foot cop arrived with a five foot gun.
Interesting, given that micro plugs are rated for more insertions than minis:
"The newer Micro-USB receptacles are designed for a minimum rated lifetime of 10,000 cycles of insertion and removal between the receptacle and plug, compared to 1,500 for the standard USB and 5,000 for the Mini-USB receptacle." [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/... ]
Yeah, but it (2FA) is not ready for gullible grandmothers (yet).
They still need to make it easier to restrict logins to being just from that chromebook, or require 2FA. My GF's mom is super gullible (lost $40K to phone scammers) and more than once has been convinced to type her Google account password into some other site.
My Acer C720 and my ChromeBoxes don't nag me, but then I flashed new firmware on them.
This is an unauthorized cybernetic announcement.