About 4:40 p.m. eastern daylight time on Saturday, May 7, 2016, a 2015 Tesla Model S, traveling eastbound on US Highway 27A (US-27A), west of Williston, Florida, struck and passed beneath a 2014 Freightliner Cascadia truck-tractor in combination with a 53-foot semitrailer. At the time of the collision, the combination vehicle was making a left turn from westbound US-27A across the two eastbound travel lanes onto NE 140th Court, a local paved road.
The truck had been going the opposite direction and was making a left turn, so the car was travelling perpendicular to it.
The term "ticket purchasing software" shall mean, any machine, device, computer program or computer software that, on its own or with human assistance, bypasses security measures or access control systems on a retail ticket purchasing platform, or other controls or measures on a retail ticket purchasing platform that assist in implementing a limit on the number of tickets that can be purchased, to purchase tickets.
That would cover Chrome only if you are otherwise buying more tickets than you should, not if you are a normal user buying a normally allowed number of tickets.
Gmail supports encryption in transit using Transport Layer Security (TLS), and will automatically encrypt your incoming and outgoing emails if it can. Some other email services don't support TLS, and therefore messages exchanged with these services will not be TLS encrypted.
In Gmail on your computer, you can check that a message you’ve received was sent over TLS by clicking the small down arrow at the top-left of the email and reading the message details.
If you see a red open padlock icon on a message you’ve received, or on one you're about to send, it means that the message may not be encrypted.
I would like to see a series of detailed plans that show, for example, the R Value of the insulation, especially with the broad window exposure, the kWh capacity of the panels, the storage capacity, and more.
You can see most of the construction documents on the Solar Decathlon site. They have to be published as part of the competition rules.
Also, it needs upscaling for real-world families. For a young couple with no kids and both working outside the home, who only need a place to sleep, it appears ideal. That ain't me or my family. Where's my office for my writing and programming? What would be the impact on the energy system of the five computers I use constantly, or the ones others in my family use? Where's my media room, the big screen for my movie enjoyment?
Where are the bedrooms for my kids and grandkids when they visit?
As part of the competition, they needed to specify who their target market is and they are limited to 1000 square feet no matter what they choose, so the house will be on the small side for a family.
PV Water heat sounds nice, but for how much water? How does it handle a real winter? Is there propane backup for winter use?
Still, there are some good ideas here. Maybe When I build the next house, I will use some of them.
That is the real purpose of the Solar Decathlon - to get people to think about energy usage and to spur development of better clean energy technology.
Not only is UNIX dead, it's starting to smell really bad. -- Rob Pike