Read 1984 . . .
Read 1984 . . .
Personally, I'm of two minds on this. On one hand, I don't like the idea of any foreign government attempting to screw with our elections. On the other, they didn't make the information up, they just shone a light into some shadows. In that sense, they did us a public service. If what we saw in those shadows cost the Dems the election, they have only themselves to blame.
At this point though, now that a number of Congressmen have called for his head (not necessarily following a trial), he has no reason to believe he would get a fair trial if he returned voluntarily. I don't see Russia reversing their position anytime soon so his involuntary return isn't looking all that likely..
So, the closest approximation of justice at this point would be a pardon.
I have every right to consider it a violation of privacy. I can also decide I will not agree to a violation of my privacy and skip MS entirely.
I wondered what the long face was about.
It's the iron triangle of slashdot: good post, frosty piss: choose one.
George Washington and his patriot army had mad ninja skillz.
They did. The old story goes that Ethan Allen was brought back to England as a prisoner in the Revolutionary War, he was housed with a English merchant who to goad the patriot put a picture of George Washington up in the outhouse. Much to the merchant's chagrin, Allen approved. "Nothing," Allen said, "will make an Englishman shit faster than the sight of George Washington."
Well, the answer might be to try a morning cup of decaf coffee. Why? Because caffeine isn't the only active ingredient in coffee; the anti-cancer properties of coffee appear to be in the phenols which are still present in decaf. And you'd still get the stimulant benefits of caffeine because you're more sensitive, although I'd avoid even decaf after noon.
A cup of decaf coffee has between 2-10 mg of caffeine depending on the process; an ounce of dark chocolate has about 20 mg of caffeine; a twelve once coke has 34 mg of caffeine; a cup of regular coffee has 90-200 mg of caffeine.
I looked at the "drones", and it was a really cheap radio controlled airplane, another is a commercial quadcopter.
Yes, if you give them autonomy then poof! They're drones. That's how it works! I have a really cheap radio airplane-cum-drone right here, it's based on an old school Apprentice, before they included a RX with an integrated flight controller. So I integrated a mini Arduino Mega 2560, and a 9DOF board (I forget which one), and a BMP280 which at the time had the sweet spot for price/performance, now I would use a MS6511 or whatever it is.
And dropping the equivalent of a hand grenade. Like World War One biplanes tossing bomblets over the side by hand.
No! It's the opposite of that! You need to be either within sight or spend a few more bucks on a FPV rig (and the transmitters and cameras have both gotten quite cheap for moderate range now) and you can put it exactly where you want it.
Mortars haven't suddenly become useless or anything. That's not the argument. A drone is simply capable of being a new kind of bomb, in addition to the other things that it can be. With clever communications (cellular?) it can put your explosive exactly where you want it, without exposing the person who's placing it.
I find it kind of sad that on a site supposedly for nerds, you confuse an infodump for a rant.
No, I appreciated the informative part. But that wasn't the whole nature of the comment, either.
If it's any consolation I enjoyed reading your post
It's more efficient to congratulate your other personalities internally, son.
I thought App meant Application software.
You were wrong. It means whatever the author wants it to mean, and you have to read the article to find out.
If you really think this change has anything to do with their actual business cost, I have a bridge you may be interested in.
Oh yes, yes I think it does. I think the former pricing had nothing to do with actual business cost, but what the market would bear during the introductory period.
And therein lies the answer. We choke ISIS out with an army of deadwood patent attorneys.
Disk crisis, please clean up!