Who hired him to engineer?
Who hired him to engineer?
If that's all you saw, you must not have wanted to see more. Pretty much all of the telecoms have been taking massive grants and subsidies since the mid '90s to build out universal broadband service. They have yet to actually perform to the level they promised.
As soon as you grab the knife and fork with the intent to perform surgery, you are practicing.
As for traffic lights, actually there *IS* a conspiracy over the length of yellows in many places, especially where there are cameras. Not big conspiracies, a bunch of little ones.
But not in Oregon. Their law is specifically about practicing while being unregistered.
Practicing requires that you be hired or at least offer your services for hire.. He was not and did not.
That might take a whole other website and a few years time to pile up the many cases of this going back to the mid '90s.
So quick cash grab then.
He IS an engineer, he is not practicing in the state of Oregon. Practicing is the part that requires registration, so this falls somewhere between a quick cash grab and wanting to shut him up.
You mean in addition to all of the special tax breaks, right of way, and subsidies they have already been given?
You mean committing fraud? AT&T has been offered and accepted deal after deal granting them special tax breaks, subsidies,. and some big fat checks, not to mention right of way over other people's property in exchange for not cherry picking the rich neighborhoods. Time for them to pay up.
I have also seen a system that actually does deplete oxygen from the inspired air. It contains a CO2 scrubber and a mixer valve to blend the oxygen depleted exhalation with fresh air.
They actually make special masks that simulate the higher altitude for training.
Route problems seem to totally befuddle them. I had a terrible time getting them to fix it when they were black holing the entire 6to4 address space for outbound packets.
Nothing is so secure that a complete idiot can't screw it up and render it insecure (consider, fort Knox but someone stands the guards down and leaves the doors and vaults open).
When we say Linux is more secure, what we mean is that a reasonably competent person has a better chance of coming up with a reasonably secure Linux machine than they do using another OS.
It's a tough question tyhough. I can't say I support BrickerBot, but at the same time, how would you feel if your website (or just one you really want to browse) is down and unlikely to return because of a bunch of internet enabled paper clips?
My sister opened a computer store in Hawaii. She sells C shells down by the seashore.