Betteridge's Law of Headlines: Any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word no.
I'm not familiar with "hair on fire". Is that a higher priority than "lp0 on fire"? Does it notify via Morse code on the SES light? Is the code a P number, or ASCII?
We ran into this same issue - in our case it was a video/controller board for some electron microscope - and the board itself was like 15k, and it just wasn't in the cards to upgrade it mid research project. So all dozen or so XP machines get to use the local network and that is it.
Every single other application I was able to hack/triage to get running on Windows 7 or 10 in some way or another.
I would suspect in the police dept - network security should be as concerning as physical security though - you never know when a cop turns his/her back and someone attaches a device to their XP PC or Laptop.
That said - my experience with IT law enforcement - is that its a scary world where people like to browse porn on downtime, people build all manner of in house solutions to every problem imaginable (cops are odd like that - many seem to be self proclaimed IT experts...).
The problem with Gary Johnson though - is he's as dumb as Clinton and Trump.
I realized that after reading his Reddit AMA - every single response he stuck his foot in his mouth.
Mac's don't just work either. I can't think of a computer that does just work. I have to solve just as many weird ass issues on the Mac that the Windows guys do - often times more because my solutions are often horrible hacks, where Windows actually supports things like enterprise client management.
Source: JAMF CCA/CMA - I manage thousands of them at work.
A lot of international roaming is like 2 dollars a meg. Its highway robbery.
According to the summery Google deleted his email account too.
Why not require they have a key or cert before they can use the API? Google does this actually.
Don't issue certs to known entities who abuse their api.
The CC fees paid by any company the size of Apple are going to be pretty tiny. The discount is probably refunded so all they are out is the pennies (probably around 30 cents) transaction fee.
But then the CEO can't look at pretty real-time graphics on his cell phone. Not going to happen.
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What if "what I want" is to be able to visit the sites that are linking to a YouTube video I'm watching. Today I can't easily do that because YouTube doesn't want me leaving YouTube.
3654617? Kids today...
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It is masked but always present. I don't know who built to it. It came before the first kernel.