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79wjd

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About 79wjd

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    The One and Only
  • Birthday 1995-03-01

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    http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561197995561518/

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    University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
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    Computers
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    Student

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    i5-4670k 4.2ghz @ 1.120v
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    EVGA 3GB GTX780 SC ACX (1170mhz, 7000mhz)
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    NZXT H440 (Black/Blue)
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    Dell P2414H
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    Seidon 240m
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  1. That's kind of like the phone cameras don't matter because ILCs are so much better argument. A watch that can sometimes detect irregularities and get you to seek medical attention is better than the doctor that you never see.
  2. Out of curiosity, what's the battery life with the AOD? While it may be water resistant, it certainly can't be great to get it covered in soap and shampoo frequently. The Gear line is still an excellent Android alternative. Pretty comparable to an Apple Watch imo.
  3. Most low-tier routers should have a QoS implementation. I can say with certainty that Asus routers allow you to control the various networks and types of traffic. Anything that can be flashed with DD-WRT should have the same/better capability too.
  4. Apple also described it that way, because, it does have 2x zoom. Although, I do agree, it is poor phrasing since people will infer it as a 2x zoom in.
  5. But isn't everything is already on the server? Since you alluded to watching files stored on the server. At which point, you just have to point Plex at the directory where the files exist.
  6. But as you pointed out, that point applies if they created a steam page; even then, it is still only a deterrence. The publisher can still decide that pulling the content is more beneficial than the punishment is hurtful. Regardless, a publisher can very easily remain exclusive elsewhere and simply not advertise through Steam.
  7. Apple hasn't cooperated in the past with things like backdoors. They WILL (historically anyway) comply with warrants for iCloud data. This would seem more like the warrants for iCloud data than a request for a backdoor into iOS.
  8. You'd be amazed how bad some IT departments are at identifying/getting the correct/reasonable hardware. Whether it be the fault of the IT department being incompetent or whoever places the order not listening to the IT department's recommendation.
  9. Unless I'm misremembering, wings was spelled correctly at the time of the lawsuit and changed to its current spelling only afterwards. In either case, it's not reasonable to thing it would actually give you wings, making that portion of the lawsuit more than a bit nonsensical. Intel Atoms (silvermont, airmont, goldmont) would fall into that description as well. On paper, and to this same easily misled individual, a quad core Pentium N laptop for a third of the cost of a traditional quad core i-series sounds like all the bang for less buck.
  10. Do you mean an EM shield to avoid a nearby person from stealing the info in passing?
  11. Credit cards naturally wear over time with use. I carry five in my wallet and every single one looks like shit after a few months of siding then in and out of my wallet, using them with magswipe, contactless, handing them off to others to swipe, etc... Only recently is it less of an "issue" as a result of more NFC style payments.
  12. Expert witnesses are generally hired by each side and each aim to format their argument to best support the case they've been hired to testify for. Some expert witnesses might perjure themselves, but most will just focus on facts/arguments that support their side and conveniently try to ignore ones that don't. Of course, there is usually a back and forth of some sort where the expert on the opposing side can raise counter arguments.
  13. The law isn't quite that black and white. There are many ways things can be interpreted and the outcome can often vary quite drastically between different judges.
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