Saturday, November 29, 2014

How Immigrants Will Save Social Security - The Daily Beast

How Immigrants Will Save Social Security - The Daily Beast:

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Monday, November 24, 2014

Shades of Gray (episode) - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki

"My great-grandfather was once bitten by a rattlesnake. After three days of intense pain, the snake died."

- Riker"


Sunday, November 16, 2014

SD Card speed class vs UHS speed

From their page:

SD Speed Class/UHS Speed Class

Greater Performance Choices

There are two kinds of Speed Class, "Speed Class" and "UHS Speed Class."
As a characteristic of flash memory, actual transfer speed varies. Variable speeds are difficult to reliably record streaming content such as video because it requires a constant writing speed. Speed Class and UHS Speed Class provide the constant speed necessary for video recording by designating a minimum writing performance so that minimum and constant speed is guaranteed for camcorders, video recorders and other devices with video recording capabilities under the conditional write operation specified in the standard.
Speed Class, designated as Class 2, 4, 6 and 10, is designed for normal and high speed bus interface (mode) and UHS Speed Classes 1 and 3 are designed for UHS bus interface*. (Speed Class and the UHS Speed Class are not compatible.)
*UHS (Ultra High Speed), the fastest performance category available today, defines bus-interface speeds up to 312 Megabytes
 MarksOperable UnderApplicationsSD Memory Card
Speed Class10High Speed Bus I/FFull HD video recording
HD still consecutive recording
SD, miniSD, microSD
SDHC, miniSDHC, microSDHC
6 4Normal Bus I/FHD ~ Full HD video recording
2SD video recording
UHS Speed Class1UHS-I Bus I/F
Full higher potential of recording real-time broadcasts and capturing large-size HD videos
(UHS Speed Class1 denotes a 10 MB/s minimum write speed)
3Capable of recording 4K2K video
(UHS Speed Class 3 denotes 30 MB/s minimum write speed)

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Tech support’s NSFW problem

Tech support’s NSFW problem: "In a perfect world, none of this should concern help desk employees -- with a well-executed mobile management program in place that incorporates containerization, a technician ought to be able to assist employees with corporate apps and data without encountering so much as a pixel of not-safe-for-work (NSFW) material."

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ReFS · Medo's Home Page

ReFS · Medo's Home Page:

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