Where's my pie for first post?
Where's my pie for first post?
Ford cars have always had weird electrical systems. We had a Ford station wagon where if you pressed the brake pedal and pushed the emergency flasher knob in about half-way, the rear window could be opened or closed (without the engine running or the key in the ACC position) I'm sure with the advanced electronics there are even more strange things to be found. I'm glad you were able to fix the problem without shelling out a boatload of money to Ford.
If they hacked this election, they didn't do a very good job
This depends on the phone operator putting the phone into driver mode. I think the people least likely to do that are the most intense phone users.
This sounds great in principle, but is it really going to do any good?
Rules - that is the key. I have a DVD player that is networked so we can access Netflix. The question is, what access does this device need? When we want to watch something, we request access through the device, so it needs to tell Netflix what to stream, and it needs access to receive our movie. I think the hardest part of setting up a firewall is going to be figuring that out. The DVD player is old, but it can access at least a half-dozen services. The same information would be needed for every service that one uses. A raspberry pi sounds ideal - I have a Netgear router that works fine, so I don't want to load new software. Has anyone written rules to protect IoT devices?
I have 2 years worth of science fiction magazines that I haven't had time to read, along with at least 3 ebooks in the Lost Fleet Beyond the Frontier series. I have no problem with waiting for a movie to get to Netflix so I can watch it in the comfort of my own home. Who really has to see a movie on it's release date?
Sounds like your only alternative would be an audible book. I prefer reading myself, but some of them are pretty good if they are the right book (light reading) with the right narrator. On the other hand, if your car has good scotch, want to car pool?
Where is the last time I saw an 8" drive? In my basement. I can't give it away. (DSDD Misubishi, 2 of therm - hold a whopping 1.2 MB!)
After the IRS started requiring social security numbers to claim children dependents on tax returns, about 7 million of them vanished. In this case, it appears that the move was justified. http://www.snopes.com/business...
Those flotation devices generally use a gas cylinder to inflate. Would an uninflated device have enough buoyancy to float? I'll agree with you that the article is pretty shallow and doesn't give a lot of detail. This thing could wind up being a very expensive anchor.
This is one very expensive piece of equipment that will be operating over water. (Unless they are looking for "land sharks") The pictures show no floats on it. What happens if there is a catastrophic failure and it crashes? At least if it is floating, they would have a chance of recovering it. The Australian government seems to have a great deal of faith in the reliability of this technology.
I don't have all of the details, but I understand the each corporation has a agent registered in the state that the summons would be sent to. I guess that Google would be the place to start to see if this is a viable option depending on state law and especially the time elapsed. IANAAL and IANACR (I am not a California Resident) so everything should be checked out if you consider this option. Good luck!
Did you ever look into small claims court? Many times, it's not worth the companies time or expense to fight it and they'll just pay up.
Should read: I'll stand by my previous post that #4 birdshot is still more fun, plus it is mirror resistant.
I'll stand by my previous post that #4 birdshot is still more fun, plus it it mirror resistant.
Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and think what nobody else has thought.