I think you should be able to survive for several minutes at least.
That's easily enough time to keep the hallway clear by spending those minutes finding somewhere else to die.
It would be nice for a change....
Let us know when you are willing to make a change.
Neither of these are metals.
But the article states: "the sample turned reflective, a key feature of metals".
The article does not state: "the sample turned reflective, a key feature unique to metals"
No More Woof sums up the current state of neurotech products intended for consumers
Why didn't they just save us all some time; instead of sugarcoating vapourware and trying to be all hip and NEUROTECH, call it SNAKE OIL like we have been for hundreds of years already.
. I wish they would spend more time on testing and fixes before they release an iOS and less time on removing important features.
Thank you for enrolling in the ad-hoc public beta of 10.2 and submitting this bug report. but seriously, i I still haven't gone to 10.2 yet, and it's the small reports like these that help inform what i'd be stepping into.
As Apple + minor version releases have been historic minefields and i use my apple stuff for work. Unless OSX or iOS versions contain patches for major security issues or flaws, usually i wait it out until someone else has had a chance to test for me. for 10.2 i didn't think getting a new set of shiny emojis was worth the risk of finding out first hand what Apple's fucked up this time.
Again, thanks for Taking One for the Team.
The device is similar to what Samy Kamker created with Poison Tap.
how is this device similar to Poison Tap? Poison Tap used USB to mimic a network device and conduct a MITM attack harvesting cookies etc. from the outgoing network traffic on a powered computer with a web browser. Frisk's exploit uses a thunderbolt connection to dump a booting mac's memory before OSX is started.
Stellar rays prove fibbing never pays. Embezzlement is another matter.