In what's been called the "biggest leak in intelligence history," more than 90,000 classified military documents about the war in Afghanistan came to light on Sunday and are wreaking havoc in political circles around the globe.
I have been looking into the mineral oil PC systems, and have considered building one. But, I seem to remember something about the case of a PC being a Faraday's cage and shielding the components from unwanted frequency interference. I really want to build a system, but I really don't know about mineral oil and if it is capable of being a sheild.
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The value of any data is only as valuable as the information and insights we can extract from it.
Over the past year, i have been debating whether or not to join the military. The primary benefit is money + college. Other reasons for me to join is to get in shape and lose weight, and to feel more valuable, both valuing myself and valued by society.
I'm not really too bothered as if I want to argue this stuff I choose OSNews rather than ubuntu forums, but I've had this http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2056259 post jailed for being political.
I was using this forum as a resource to gather information regarding the move to a smart phone. I found the S2 to be the best for me and I am enjoying it. I have had it for just over 24hrs now, I can't believe what "phones" have evolved to. I upgraded from the Pantech Breeze II to this magic device.
The release of tens of thousands military documents from the Afghanistan conflict by the WikiLeaks website last July had not had a direct significant impact on Australia's national security interests, Defence Minister Stephen Smith has told Parliament.