Yes, I agree that the costs are going to be huge - ESPECIALLY the lawyers. We all know who gets the lions share
I guess everyone will have theories about deaths like this, because they refuse to believe that the person is anything less than great !
Truth be told that some people do have their inner demons/issues that the greater population is unaware of.
Hans Reiser was another one. At the time his filesystem was one of the best out there, yet his personal life was in a shambles. Ian made a tremendous
contribution to the Linux community, and a testament to this is that even though he is gone, Debian will continue
I just want to know if there will be phillips head screws to take it apart so I can re-align the button pads
Not too sure about the rest of the world, but in South Africa the adverts in fine print say "UP TO (x)Mbps".
So if your service is slower, it still falls into their accepted limits
Multiple copies will probably be the best solution. Just like redundancy with storage involves multiple devices, your backup should simply be the same.
Tape storage is probably the better choice for long term "offline" data. So having 3 backups in different locations would probably give you the best ability to restore later on.
My daughter was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia in July of this year. she is currently in her second round of chemotherapy.
I doubt whether she will be given the opportunity of being part of this research, but I am really glad that there are continuing advancements happening in this field.
And as a personal point of pride, my son (age 15) was tested, and confirmed as a match for stem cell therapy this weekend ! He agreed without hesitation to help his sister.
Honestly, if there is a remote possibility that a change back could help spread FUD, it's going to be pounced upon.
Bought a nice case with foam padding (Coolermaster Silencio 550). Dropped the noise level by a considerable margin.
*If* such a mechanism was coded in, the nature of open source would mean it would be found by others. This in turn would compromise the trust of the ENTIRE kernel. That trust can take years to build up - but be detroyed in a heartbeat.
For the supply chain to hike the prices that is
I can confirm. I have seen where cables were laid, and while they are busy trying to terminate - 2 kilometers down the road, they are busy digging it up. So at the end of the day, despite wireless being slow, it still becomes the data delivery method of choice. Also, there is a single entity that realy "owns" the majority of cables (Telkom), and they are resisting pressure to reduce pricing.
So the private firms use wireless, because it frees them from having to rely on a state owned enterprise that controls all hardwired connections outside of your building(s).
Coming from South Africa, I am disappointed that the Rasberry Pi is so expensive. Hopefully these boards will be better priced here
I had a ticket in the "queue" to order an RPi. When my turn came - would cost R 650-00 (Dollar was around 8.42 at the time so close to $ 80 USD) - I passed.
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