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    08-16-2017, 08:59 PM
    I think this is a very, very good question. One that needs to get asked. Often. Loudly.
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    08-13-2017, 09:17 PM
    Wow, that shouldn't have been an approved account. Had to change it.
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    08-12-2017, 03:53 PM
    BTW, thanks for the back story on Car and Driver, I was a huge fan and subscriber back in the 80's. Even got a few silly LTE / Men of Few Words letters printed.
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    08-12-2017, 03:50 PM
    I'm not aware where I have ever supported Trump, if it was viewed as so then it was a failure on my part. What I did support was the fulfillment of an evaluation process that was most fair to all members. I am not an all knowing entity and value our members intelligent. I did extensive work to create a more detailed evaluation system even. The evaluation on Trump did not end positive.
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    08-12-2017, 03:38 PM
    The site won't be a match fit for everyone, for two reasons. 1. We have guidelines that allow for some troll like behavior. This is of value to prevent an echo chamber. 2. I can not perfectly run the site as I'd hope. In all cases, we ask that people report posts and the staff will try to apply the guidelines. That doesn't mean we'll ban at will and threats of leaving won't change our focus on principles first. This matters. In full disclosure, we're had people leave because of you NCL, calling you a troll, but we stood by our process.
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    08-12-2017, 03:09 PM
    Technical limits when putting a post on the front page. Eta, still a good headline to drive the point home.
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    08-11-2017, 10:10 AM
    The place where people get confused is in MB vs. mb. You are suggesting that your ipad can 100% utilize a 200 mbps connection. Divided by 8 that is 25 MB/s. Google suggest this is possible with their fiber service: That is in theory depending on the other side of the transfer's throughput, and any bottlenecks along the way. Anecdotally I have seen plenty of advertisement or claims of high MBs/mbps but I have yet to actually see it. One factor often is the bottlenecks in the devices being used. A solid state storage device vs. a 5400 rpm hard drive makes a difference. As does a network card and it's max throughput. There is also "server hops" to be considered; one device in a chain may have a bottleneck -- that will be the maximum transfer rate available. We have been given none of that information as far as I am aware. What we do not know is the max throughput available from that DNC server or to/from the source of transfer. It is conceivable that there was a hacker with access to a nearby local data center that connected to a DNC data center. I am unaware of whether or not the "hack" was done in an office building or in a data center. Or an ipad connected to wifi with password access remotely. If it was fiber to fiber from SSD to SSD then I can imagine this is probable. This would make sense as typically a hacker will "chain" connections as part of their obfuscation routine. Move the files to a safe "owned" device then once housed there it can be transferred around through multiple obfuscation points. For me this could do two things:
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    08-10-2017, 12:27 AM
    Are you suggesting there was a transatlantic endpoint mirroring that throughput?
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