Big ditto on that. I kept donating money to the ARRL's Spectrum Defense fund.
What if... let's just say.. your local government installed FTTH for an open network that allowed for any service provider to hook in and compete equally?
Yeah, seriously. I was waiting for someone to mention this. Why aren't inkjets banned?
then I should sue my town for having the roads available that allowed the perp to get away.
That would be my immediate need.
From the article: "and any audio portion of the performance or display is communicated by means of a total of not more than 6 loudspeakers."
A sea of hydrocarbons (fuel) on Titan, btw.
Images of 1984 by George Orwell pop into mind like the three factions: Eastasia, Eurasia, and Oceania. “War is Peace” "Freedom is Slavery” and “Ignorance is Strength.” It's always 2 vs 1
We want fiber. Shove the BPL and DSL up your a$..
amp with volume control needed and speakers
9.10 with Nvidia 190.42 works great. Took a bit of work at first to get right moving from 180 as things kinda became a mess. Had to add my users to the video group manually and fix the start-up script. frames are up to 12K from 5K with glxgears. pulseaudio was a problem as the SDL lib for it was not installed. I had to get rid of the old ALSA one and put in the pulse one along with adding my users to the pulse-audio group.
That's about it.. all minor issues to me except for the usual learning curve which is a bit steep to find and resolve these things, but it's the price we pay.
OpenWRT here on an original v2 hardware WRT54G
Agreed, but one also looks to Science Fiction where Science, though not predominant to the story, serves as somewhat accurate glimpses into the future.. But GL gets away from that right in the beginning of the movie with "A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away"
If one is looking to Science Fiction for the Science aspect, there are better ways to find it. Through books for example.
Yeah, WWII dogfights between messerschmitts, spitfires and mustangs
The solution of problems is the most characteristic and peculiar sort of voluntary thinking. -- William James