I currently fly a DC-10. It was designed in 1967 and first flown in 1970. The avionics on board are between 14 to 32 years old. No interference. Same with the A310 I flew for several years, and it was designed in 1977. I have yet to hear of a legit case of interference in my many years of flying...
There's a great iPad app out there for tracking the ISS.
I've seen it four times so far without the app's help. Three times on night crossing the Atlantic Ocean from Europe to Canada and once over the Indian Ocean. It is pretty amazing to see.
Red light and speed cameras are not "police tools." They are usually installed, maintained, run, and ticketed through civilian companies that have no enforcement capability.
For example, while I was deployed recently, my wife got a red light camera ticket in the mail. It only shows her...
It is a fiction novel from a new genre of fun re-writes of classic books and history. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was awesome.
I need to go read ALVH.
I've had a few days to play with the new Asus UX31E-DH72.
Damn, this thing is fast, light, compact, and looks good too.
The only sketchy thing is the power adapter connection to the laptop. It is not as robust feeling as the Mac MagSafe power adapter.
I have been using G+ for a few weeks.
When I created my G+ profile, the contact fields were automatically set to "Only You" and I had to change them to "my circles." Some things were set to "everyone" but were very easy to change as I was typing in the information.
Only your name and gender are required to be public. Yes, the profile is public, but EVERY ITEM on it except name and gender can be individually set to public/extended circles/circles/etc. This functionality is built right into the editor...if you're adding your phone number, it...
When you edit your profile in Google+, each individual item has a very straightforward privacy setting. It is right there for you to change. However, you must share your name and gender with the world...there is no changing that.
I'm already happier with Google's privacy implementation in the...
Did you even read the test?
They tested both the iPad and iPad 2 in rapid decompression to 51,000 feet, which is far higher than most passenger carrying aircraft fly.
I have gone through altitude chamber rides where a rapid decompression is done from sea level to 10,000 feet. This is...
Nope, we use the Apple cases or other off-the-shelf brands. Most of us have the original iPad and a few have the iPad 2.
I'll have to see if I can find the information on the flight testing that has already been done.
This is exactly correct.
Enroute charts are updated (worldwide) roughly every 56 days on different cycles.
Terminal approach plates (the things that allow us to get your asses safely on the ground in dogshit weather) are updated every 28 days.
There are 40 some odd IFR charts just...
I currently am a pilot flying widebody aircraft with ~200 people capacity. A lot of us use iPads. They are *EXTREMELY* robust and work absolutely fantastic in the cockpit and for enroute charts and terminal plates.
I have the entire set of publications for safe flight, the aircraft technical...
Yanno, back in the day...
...There were no momentary power buttons. There were no ATX power supplies. There wasn't even Ctrl-Alt-Del. Well, ok, maybe there was, but there wasn't any Alt-F4 to save your day. And sometimes you could hard lock a computer and not even be able to Ctrl-Alt-Del...
Not a fan of MIRs. Never have been, never will. Best MIR I ever received was on my new Verizon phone...where the person selling it to me applied it instantly to my purchase instead of making me mail everything in.
w00t! $100 off my phone ($50 instant / $50 MIR applied instantly)
Newsflash. There are two buttons down there (power and reset). Same buttons / functions as the ones on your cases. Bench testing, etc. Gigabyte feature.
The clear CMOS is the jumper pins just like other Gigabyte boards. Just unfortunate placement of the silkscreen.
This is priceless.
Anyway, you've been told the answer multiple times in the thread, yet you've ignored it.
1) The chip runs at 3.2 just fine.
2) The FSB is fine up to 395.
3) The FSB is not fine above 399.
THEREFORE, you are FSB limited. People tell you this and you continue...