OP says something funny; GFiber support responds with something funny and kinda clever and informative. Reddit proceeds to not be funny. The end.
From back 2008, but still interesting: a claim that there are only about 3000 analog electrical engineers in the world.
This could explain why understanding of the wifi PHY knowledge is so... uncommon. Also why the viewership ratings on my blog declined dramatically when I started talking about it :)
I was just reading a sci-fi novel yesterday and it included the concept of "subvocalization" as a way to control a mobile UI. As I understand it, subvocalization is basically just mouthing the words without using your voice. I have to say, I think if such a thing would work, it would be way less embarrassing than eg. talking to Google Glass in public.
Is there any research out there that says this sort of thing is plausible?
"bup is by far the best backup tool I've encountered lately."
Huh. Well, how's that for the best praise I've heard... lately?
I'm confused. Who on earth has a financial incentive to want active queue management to fail?
The word I would use to describe Apple since Steve Jobs left? Sloppy.
That's how you lower your standards. Just a little bit at a time.
iPhone (and especially iPad) used to be the ultimate standard for the best phone screen, including crispness and colour quality, no exceptions. They managed to sell the iPad to publishers as a legitimate way to publish even fashion magazines, because every iPad had perfectly identical colour rendition so things would actually look like you intended them to look, for every viewer - no exceptions. Just like paper, and unlike every other electronic publishing method anywhere.
There's no way he would have let this monstrosity out the door.
I don't understand the future, but it seems to be pretty awesome.
Was this too mean? 
I really enjoy your sshuttle program and am trying to understand the details of it's operation. I have searched, read man pages, looked at the code, but can't seem to get the detailed theory of it's operation (pseudo code). ... I am thinking of something like this which corresponds to my level of comprehension:
Listing 1-1 Pseudo-code for a Client
enroll as a client of the BEA TUXEDO application
place initial client identification in data structure
perform until end
get user input
place user input in DATA-REC
send service request
pass reply to the user
It's something like this:
create firewall rules
for each incoming connection:
forward connection to remote server
wait until ctrl-c is pressed
remove firewall rules
Hope this helps.
 Yes, I know that whenever you have to ask that question, the answer was "Yes."
In case you were wondering what emergent AI will look like, it's approximately this.
ssh+2FA to all your machines, anywhere, without opening firewall ports.