Millions of people could be using something else.
Like what? Facebook? The Internet is what gives the average person a voice, and Twitter is what collects those voices together.
I guess you don't use Twitter, but that doesn't mean nothing good can come of it. Sure, there will be people who post drivel (and probably a LOT of these people), but there are legitimate uses, and because of that, I think it deserves its place in world communications.
Hi there. Could you direct me towards where I can buy a barcode scanner for $4.99? Cheers.
Alas, but you have eyes. Barcodes have the numbers written below them, and, if the barcode lines are somehow mutilated, I've seen cashiers type in the numbers. I'd say that's a free barcode scanner. As for QR codes, some cell phones can read them (for free).
The GP has a point, if you can't easily read what's inside the bokode, it isn't going to replace the barcode. The MIT students are smart, though, so I'm sure they'll figure out that problem.
Basically, I would NEVER allow remote web management of a device if it's on the internet.
Good idea, but this is a critical exploit because hackers can make an img tag load the malformed URL. If they can trick you into viewing that image, then your router will be compromised from your computer on the network. Disabling the external management will prevent internet users from compromising your router, but it is still vulnerable to local threats, as executed through the CSRF method.
the real problems with the economy can be attributed to the creation of the Federal Reserve (putting banks in charge of the economy in the first place), and the dissolution of the gold standard (allowing the Fed to create as much money as it wants, without creating actual wealth to accompany it).
Having Asperger's isn't a good excuse to do a poor job or to be anti-social, or unprofessional. [snip] I don't take the idea, that I have a disability so you need to deal with my Crap mentality, it is basically reinforcing that they can behave badly, without having them work on improving themselves.
With all due respect, Asperger's is not a choice for those who have it - it's them. They can't control who they are or what they do any more than the severely autistic can see their own situation or you can drastically change who you are (even though your personality may be a little more socially acceptable). If you were arguing against hiring autistic adults, perhaps there is an objective argument there. But, please, do not expect miracles from people with untreatable medical conditions.
What about bouncing between Dvorak and QWERTY? I assume that you've had to type on a keyboard other than your own on more than one occasion.
I've used the Dvorak layout for about 6 months now (this post is being typed with it) and I can say that this is basically a moot point.
I haven't typed with it for nearly as long as with Qwerty, but I am fast enough at typing to not feel burdened by my slow speed. The worst part is during the initial period when you're learning Dvorak and you can't type fast in either.
Honestly, now, I don't even think about which keymap I'm using... sometimes I'll be typing with Qwerty without noticing. The biggest problem is punctuation and keyboard shortcuts, for me, at least.
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