Just had to tear apart our printer because the switch for the paper door failed.
I appreciate features that warn the user of simple mistakes, but I'd appreciate it far more if any effort went in to making such systems reliable, and if overrides were possible so important work isn't pointlessly and hopelessly held up just because the equipment claims a verifiably non existent condition exists
"COURT APPROVED NOTICE OF CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT
In re: Zoom Video Communications, Inc. Privacy Litigation"
"Zoom will establish an $85 million Settlement Fund. After deducting Court-approved attorneys’ fees (up to $21,250,000) and expenses (up to $200,000)"
"you are eligible to file a claim for $15"
"PLEASE DO NOT TELEPHONE THE COURT OR THE COURT CLERK’S OFFICE TO INQUIRE ABOUT THIS SETTLEMENT OR THE CLAIM PROCESS."
I think we all know why class action lawsuits really happen
I just spent a significant amount of time trying to get a snow blower running, only to find the only fault was the factory original "key" (literally a plastic flathead screwdriver with a key head for a handle). Basically the dumbest, simplest "security feature" possible, yet it still manages to break and screw up my day. So take from that what you will I guess
Gasoline companies should be held accountable for selling fuel NOT OK for many cars, and/or car companies should be held accountable for selling cars not compatible with common fuel mixes. Holding customers accountable is absurd.
It seems like so often, live performances are recorded by putting a mic next to the stage speakers, rather than just plugging into the actual sound sound system... Why? I get it if someone is just recording on their smartphone, but for the artist's official recordings, just plug in an aux cable or something
Anyway, I hope my little sister appreciates the effort I've put into tracking down and rebuilding a pink DS lite (seriously, you know you're in for it when you need to pry the dummy card out with tools)
Stop being AGAINST. Find something to be FOR and find friends that think the same. Being FOR something is rewarding. Being AGAINST just makes you miserable. #LifeHack
Hmm.... Now that I look at pricing and availability of SBCs, it seems that both specs _and_ power draw have taken a bit of a backseat, and simply being able to get anything at all will be the deciding factor
I've been looking for a low power SBC, something I thought would be very common, but it seems most SBC makers _don't_ specify the power consumption of their boards. I can't help but find this a bazaar shortcoming considering people love to use these things in all kinds of embedded or other potentially power sensitive projects!
I'm a young beginning programmer interested in all areas of computing. I'm working on building my own game engine. I also love to tinker with hardware.
Linux geeks doing what Linux geeks do...