Well, he's not dead yet.
Well, he's not dead yet.
Don't mention "reasonable quality of support from an anti-virus vendor" instead identify them by name and repeat it often!
I don't know if your credi card or local provides it, but here in the USA, you can dispute quality of product if it is purchased in your state or within 50 miles of home. Your home computer is within 50 miles of home.
But, when disputing the charge make it simple, "when I install it, it breaks my computer." When I remove it, it works perfectly."
Run Johnny 5, don't let them disassemble.
In the first trial, which Alsup ruled that an API is not subject to copyright. He learned Java for the case and written that even a high schooler could write it in 10 minutes.
I was hoping to sit back and have German laser popped popcorn.
Send Angus McGyver with a swiss army knife, duct tape, and paper clip with the crew and they'd be all set.
But seriously, it takes creative problem solving and knowledge of everything.
Until the 90s Massachusetts used social security numbers as License numbers as a default. In the 80s they started giving the option to use an "S" number instead. I jumped at it, and when I did a bunch of unpaid parking tickets disappeared from my record.
His nose laser has a nasty bite.
You should learn the difference between a single sensor return and a full perception result. Also, look up sensor noise, integration time, classifier inputs and training. Please tell me how you're planning on dealing with rain and snow.
Yes, if it was as simple as a magic sensor that could tell you instantly at max range 1) that the thing is a car (even though you won't see all of it immediately) 2) what its velocity vector is and 3) what its going to do, then yes, things are as simple as you wish they were.
But they are really, really not.
Sure, if you assume no processing time is required to characterize what the sensor sees, and want to slam on the brakes at a minimum of 0.66g's of deceleration the moment anything enters the edge of your perception. That doesn't seem like a viable human-carrying vehicle to me.
Unless they just want the small/low speed vehicle market, their requirements are grossly lacking. For a road-going autonomous vehicle, "dozens of meters" is useless at any real speed. Try ~100 meters as a start and go from there. Otherwise you'll always be outrunning your perception and unable to see anything in time to stop.
They know what's in it. What they may not know is how it will be applied.
However, they know how it is applied, because it has been done for years. They know that employers will specify impossible and non-existent job requirements so that they can justify H1B hires. IN 1988 a recruiter contacted me looking for a programmer with 10 years of experience with PC DOS.
Lawsuits against companies for illegal spam also reduces spam.
in 2003, I filed a spam lawsuit against a drug spammer in Florida. Shortly after I settled, the amount of spam I received went down by about 50%.
I filed several spam lawsuits between 2013 and 2014. The e-mail load on my mail server went down by 75%.
Between May 27 2013 and Sat Jul 18 2015 (782 days) my server processed 4,801,196 e-mails (6,1397/day).
In 2012, my server typically processed between 20k-22k e-mails per day.
Between Aug 11 2008 and Nov 29 2008 (110 days) my served processed 1,419,128 e-mails. (12,901/day) But In 2011 I more than doubled the number of e-mail users.
When you sue the advertisers, they may terminate some of the spammer and the advertisers get some of the money from the spam networks that they use. At the very least, spam lawsuits get you on the spammer's suppression lists.
First, it is not spam if you have a relationship.
How is it getting easier to filter? It is not easy, you as an end user just does not see it because providers do most of the work for you.
They did copy and paste 37 lines of code, the rangecheck function. The court ruled it diminimus and therefore non-infringing. So, Oracle's lawyers took another tact.
They claimed that this copying gave Google a big advantage and allowed them to get to market sooner. Alsup responded to this argument with ""I couldn't have told you the first thing about Java before this problem. I have done, and still do, a significant amount of programming in other languages. I've written blocks of code like rangeCheck a hundred times before. I could do it, you could do it. The idea that someone would copy that when they could do it themselves just as fast, it was an accident. There's no way you could say that was speeding them along to the marketplace. You're one of the best lawyers in America, how could you even make that kind of argument?"
Suggest you just sit there and wait till life gets easier.