It's already possible to pick out the SpaceX Starlink constellations from the crowd
Does anyone know what a thomasson is? Let me explain.
Wikipedia would describe a thomasson is a useless structure or relic that has been preserved as part of a building or environment that has become a sort of piece of art in itself. Examples would include some stairs that mysteriously go nowhere, a gate without a fence, an old now unused telephone pole standing free on its own, etc. On object that has the appearance of conceptual art even though they were not originally created to be such.
Turns out, while the clinic dutifully fill in the metadata, they're doing it in a funny way. Instead of using tags specified by the standard, they're using different ones. Namely Military branch and military rank.
So our car was recorded being in cat branch of military and having rank of Siamese.
Netgear is locking some features of their switches unless the product is "registered" https://kb.netgear.com/000062364/GC108P-GC108PP-Firmware-Version-1-0-5-8
In plain terms, they're pushing you to let them collect data on your network device. What data exactly? Well... "The information we collect varies depending on which NETGEAR product or service you use." https://www.netgear.com/about/privacy-policy/
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