What benefit do curved monitors give? I was told "the whole the screen is more evenly at the same distance from your eyes". But what I heard was "the screen is laid out in an unexpected and distorted way that screws with your brain"
Once you need reading glasses you will suddenly understand the value in having the screen more evenly at the same distance from your eyes. Today I accomplish this by carefully positioning my multiple monitors. At some point I probably will replace them all with a larger curved QHD display.
Am I missing something about their guarantee, or do I have to bitch and moan every time a late package costs me money? Will they limit this, and do they compensate you in some other way?
Yes, No, Yes and No. These and other questions can be answered on their help pages. Open a chat with them and say "Order # xxxx was due xx/xx/xxxx, but has not yet arrived. The shipper is now estimating the due date as xx/xx/xxxx . Would you please issue me a prime extension for the missed guarantee? Thanks so much." Takes about 5 minutes and "earns" me a tax-free $8.25 off of a bill I would otherwise pay.
Please provide a link where I can buy a cheap 16TB tape drive.
In a sense, TFA is the link you requested. Back in "the day" large data sets were stored on tapes and backed them up to additional tapes. Nowadays, large data sets are stored on HDDs and are backed up to additional HDDs.
Keepass's better features:
Keepass is much more "do it yourself", Lastpass takes most of the hassle away at a cost of $12/year for some features.
Neither TFA nor the summary make it clear that this was just the Australia Red Cross. No indications so far that any other countries have suffered a similar breach.
what's to stop me and 4 friends from jumping out in front of the cars just to laugh as it crashes itself to "save" us.
This example is one of "malicious behavior", which is an issue for the courts. With any luck the "Just for laughs" comment would reach the judge.
It is not an example of malicious input. The car correctly sensed a risk to human life/health and correctly identified the best alternative to maintain its"prime directive". The vehicle's decision would have been exactly correct (presuming there were no better alternatives, such as stopping). An example of "malformed/malicious input" would be when the side of a truck gets confused for an overhead sign,
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