...but, clean coal.
...but, clean coal.
Sometimes, you have to type them - among their legitimate uses.
The software is available and it does work.
In some environments, access to your servers might happen only from a jump box where everything is recorded.
This sucks when someone wants to fire you, and it's great when the people who implement it know humans make mistakes and want to be able to fix fuckups because we have visual records of changes.
Police don't want to be filmed doing dumb shit.
Citizens stop acting like jackasses when they too are being filmed.
Situations don't escalate as frequently.
robocopy source destination
xj is the default for most modes, but more likely better safe than sorry.
Don't get your destination and source backwards with
A Van Diagram shows the intersection of boxes and cars.
Obviously electric vehicles (today) aren't a fit for everyone.
I guess there's a few more steps...
They don't notify you of most of the, but as a customer, it APPEARS to be a three strike policy.
Trust me. I have two strikes.
On strike 1, they captive portal, and you can press an "I'm sorry, I won't do it again" button and restart your router/computers.
On strike 2, they captive portal, and you have to call customer support and get a lecture, where they tell you about strike three.
On strike 3, it's a one year ban in service.
You mean: "Before I hang up, I confirm there's a real person who answers this phone, and it's a live number to sell to other scammers."
....most posts are about privacy, but here's a few that make my life enjoyable in Chrome that aren't privacy related.
Fireshot - sort of a snipping tool for webpages.
OneTab - a good tab saver and restorer.
Context Menu Search - adds configurable context searchers (IDMB, Wiki, Magic Cards, whatever)
Visualping - takes snapshots of webpages, checks them for changes.
Destiny Item Manager - for, well, Destiny item management.
F.B. Purity - cleans unwanted items from Facebook, since it's an evil I must tolerate.
Reddit Enhancement Suite - vastly improves Reddit.
A Leaf will not hit 100 easily, short of freefall.
It's speed limited to IIRC 93mph, which is simple factor of the electric motor's top limited RPM and the size of the tires. [I actually believe it's actually 90, with the typical speedo adjustment for liability purposes.] Math says 90ish. Nissan says 90's. One guy on a Dyno said 97. Reverse is electronically limited to 25
Here's the details:
On level ground, about 94mph indicated.
The motor is turning about 10,300 RPM divided by a 7.8 reduction gear box is 1320 RPM of the wheels, which are about 23 inches in diameter.
23 * pi = 72.25 inches multiplied by 1320 = 95,378 inches per minute multiplied by 60 minutes equals 5,722,720 inches per mile divided by 12 equals 476,893 feet per hour divided by 5280 equals 90.3 miles per hour ground speed, which is about 92-93 indicated speed.
Too much rounding. The gear ratio is actual above 7.8, but I don't remember off the top of my head and the tire may be slightly larger. Motor speed is slightly above 10,300 RPM also.
Like the poster below, we get 70+ as well, and that's a lot of inefficient speedy freeway driving.
Stop and go driving is actually pretty efficient. High speed is the battery killer.
There's 21 million daily users...even a tiny percentage of them sometimes spending money adds up quickly.
Being a police officer is a fairly safe profession. Most of their 13 deaths per 100,000 are traffic related, and only because they drive a lot.
Commercial fisherman wins every time at 200 per 100,000 (one in 500!), but much more mundane things like roofer 34/100,000 and sanitation worker 25/100,000 are loads higher than police officer. Truck drivers die on the job about 50% more than police do, but that's because (again) driving is dangerous. Heck, even LANDSCAPERS! have a higher rate of death on the job at 15 per.
Remember to thank your garbage man for his service.
The means-and-ends moralists, or non-doers, always end up on their ends without any means. -- Saul Alinsky