Uber remains "100 percent committed to California and will be redoubling our efforts to develop workable statewide rules."
I usually listen on my googolophonic system with a moon rock needle, but it still sucks. Bought it from a guy named Steve who listened to banjo music on it.
The entrance wound is Hellas Basin and the exit wound is in the neighborhood of Olympus Mons/Tharsis neighborhood.
Deimos is prolly some mars guts, and the projectile is still inside.
Let's see that in CSI graphics!
It worked in Egypt, right?
Would David Cameron apologize for causing such a thing, or blame it on hooliganism?
My favorite warnings were on the dust jacket of 5.25" floppy disks from Beagle Bros, as seen here http://stevenf.com/beagle/diskcare.html
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My choice in such a situation would be to roll-out wifi mesh/bridges. Sure, mesh routing needs work, but it'll work in a pinch. Its an area where amateur radio can help do research for trickle-down consumer networking that can help make the "net neutrality" issue go away.
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So much of the discussion seems to be a "Battle of the Sweeteners".
My beef (and other meat) with corn is how much there is in our diets. Start your day off with a bowl of corn-sweetened, puffed or flaked corn cereal moistened with the milk from corn-fed beef. For lunch, some corn-fed meat and HFCS-based condiment, a bag of crunchy corn chips, washed down with some carbonated HFCS. Repeat for dinner.
Cattle are supposed to eat grasses, not corn. Much energy (drive an e-85 vehicle to the fast food drive-thru?) is used to convert corn into something cattle can digest (with the help of antibiotics and growth hormones).
Of course this isn't just any corn, it's an industrial monoculture created and patented by Monsanto.
The corn I grew in the garden was great this year, but I couldn't help being reminded how much corn is already in our diets. At least the stuff in the garden still had some bran fiber left. It seems like a filler, added to everything because the corn producers need to turn inventory into profit.
Corn. It's what's for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
(btw: you're all Catholics now...in nomini patri...)
(thx to Firesign Theatre)
Its probably to late to make a large enough batch that are 180 degrees out of phase with the ones currently being used, but for next time, making 50% of them out of phase would make them self-quieting.
Maybe a ringtone or mp3 that is 180 degrees out could be quickly deployed.
Two negatives make a positive, and two positives make a negative. Yeah, right.
The NORAD Command Center in "War Games" was always a favorite of mine, but Starfleet(tm) Bridge or Engineering could be fun too. Folks could have uniforms of differently colored company polo shirts.
A generic command post with visitor theater above it might be intriguing.
Replicating part of the cubical farm in The Matrix could just be an interesting "after-work" team-building project.
"When all else fails" does not mean that there will always be a way to get pr0n or post some video of your car after a tornado parked it on the roof of your house. It means that net neutrality goes down the tubes and traffic gets severely "shaped". Most, if not all "traffic" will go through formal "nets", to and from official government jurisdictions and maybe NGOs such as Red Cross and Salvation Army. See http://www.usraces.org/ and http://www.arrl.org/FandES/field/pscm/sec1-ch1.html, respectively.
I haven't seen an RFC regarding TCP/IP via one of these http://www2.arrl.org/FandES/field/forms/RADIOGRM.pdf yet
Actually, there is a portion of the 802.11b/g 2400-2450 MHz wifi band that falls within FCC Part 97 rules. Amateurs have the ability to use high power and very high gain antennas on a couple channels (-1 and o, iirc) using WRT-56G and the like. There is a page at ARRL regarding "the hinternet" and HSMM at http://www.arrl.org/tis/info/HTML/high-speed-digital/ and http://www.n5oom.org/hsmm/index.htm has some good technical links. The ARRL seems to have dropped the HSMM ball, perhaps due to pressure from the WISP lobby.
Yes, D-Star and other VHF packet setups are slow, up to a whopping 9600bps or so. The band is only so wide, we gotta share the bandwidth. There is more elbow room elsewhere.
But in case of a real emergency, amateurs will loose all non-emergency communication privileges within the bits of the radio spectrum covered by Part 97 rules.. Maybe hardcore
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