Exactly. In their own words
“Every time our CAPTCHAs are solved, that human effort helps digitize text, annotate images, and build machine learning datasets. This in turn helps preserve books, improve maps, and solve hard AI problems.”
In other words they abuse it.
Wonder what they're doing with the car pictures. /s
My network classes at college were organized under NetAcad. To me, it was very useful and a good preparation for the composite. I also used Odom's guide for the composite and am very happy with it overall.
What are the repercussions for something like this?
Manually going through every device and removing the background..
You'd think there'd be a system to do this all in one go at this point, like a program on the device that resets to a certain backup every so often.
When we used to be Apple Premium Reseller there was some kind of a switch to reset the devices, but we lost the password to the kiosk on day two. Once the store moved we lost our status because there was disagreement regarding the stand location... never got to enjoy the power of automation.
No, it's not required for them to provide you with invoices; it just makes good business sense. If you're not happy with the way they do business, find a different supplier of the service.
This doesn't seem the case in Europe. Don't they have to comply in some degree when dealing with European companies?
Edit: I have to mention that their system generates "invoices." It's an overview of transactions over the year. If they're calling it an invoice, don't they have a legal obligation to make a valid invoice?
This is a fairly common issue for European companies. With some exceptions (whatever is required for their own tax purposes, specifically regulated industries like auto-repair, etc), there generally aren't statutory invoicing requirements in the US. But it's extremely unprofessional for them not to be able to provide you with a full invoice or the information that would otherwise be provided by one.
They cannot commit fraud obviously, or break other tax or reporting laws, but those don't necessarily require a formal invoicing process.
Well alright then. I have given my supplier two options.. either I cancel my services or they start delivering proper invoices.
Thank you, everyone, for the information :-).
I like BuyVM, they have some solid plans. If it's not in stock, make a support ticket and they'll ping you as soon as possible. Personally, I also recommend using Nginx rather than Apache, especially when you're proxying Node over it.
The best way is to just think of a topology and create it. Just create some kind of internetwork that routes to two other sites. You can implement different routing mechanisms in every segment :-).
Mac has defaults that work but you have to jump through hoops if you want to change them. For example, I haven't figured out yet how to make my work laptop go to sleep if I close the lid and an external monitor is attached.
You could substitute that for a hot corner. That's how I do it at least.
Has anyone else been noticing high "general" bandwidth usage? I have never seen anything like this before. People have complained about this in iOS 9 after some googling, but that was for a few hundred megabyte. Gigabytes seem extremely unusual to me. Runnng beta 2 on a 5s.