Re: Hey, wait a minute!
Well, if that's a sample of AI/ChatGPT work, I'd say Simon needn't worry about the competition.
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> I wonder how many people work in the local Starbucks, etc., without a thought of Wi-Fi security / snooping / infiltration / etc.
Shoulder surfing? A quick smartphone pic of screen with customer name, address, dob, acct numbers and balances. Jus' sayin' ...
Fund the training by charging each company who receives an H-1B visa a fee which is 5X times the complete, burdened cost of the employee being hired. If the skills are truly "special" and "rare", then the extra fee to fund this Grant Program will just be part of the cost to do business.
shutdown -h nowfor a second time: Mag editor fires parting shot at proprietary software
OK, total lack of clue here ...
It has been said ZigBee system is wireless - OK.
It has been said that the "link-local" approach means Gramma & Grampa won't have to do any configuration. ...umm
So what in Zeus' blue bolts keeps Agnes Jones' new bulb for the table lamp associated with her controller 15ft. across the room near the door, and prevents it from hooking up with Zeb Johnson's controller just about 18" away on the other side of the wall?
You're not from 'round here, are you. [the punctuation is correct]
The Oregon State Constitution guarantees us "the free expression of opinion". This has been found, by the Oregon Supreme Court, to include more than just speech, and, because of this, the State has greater protections for nudity than the United States as a whole. In our State, a competent judge couldn't have ruled otherwise.
(The beer here is pretty good, too.)
Careful! In *Oregon*, we have the right to protest naked. I'm pretty sure that decency laws in other states within the United States criminalize such activity.
Nudity for for the purpose of lewdity is still illegal.
The fact that this is being discussed in a British I.T. web site forum, leads a lot of credence to the effectiveness of his choice of expressive form!
Set up your own DNS server, and make it authoritative for domains like google.com, doubleclick.net, fastclick.net, casalemedia.com, optmd.com, tribalfusion.com ... Heck, you might even be able to sell subscriptions to other folks who want to keep their kit from connecting with these bums.