Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has explained that Apple is struggling to find an appropriate existing automaker to build its vehicle and automakers are said to be concerned about the implications of such an agreement on their own brand. As a result, Apple is reportedly looking into contract manufacturers such as Foxconn, which has an existing relationship with the company.
Apple in 2021 also sent a team of Apple Car employees to South Korea to meet with LG, the SK group, and others to discuss possible business opportunities related to the Apple Car. Apple is continuing to work to find new partners to join its supply chain for the upcoming vehicle. Apple is pursuing companies who can make lithium iron phosphate batteries, which Korean suppliers mass produce.
In February of 2015, a mysterious van leased to Apple was spotted driving around streets in Northern California. The van had a camera rig attached to it with multiple cameras, leading to speculation that Apple was using it to develop a product similar to Google Street View. More outlandish speculation ranged towards the possibility of a self-driving vehicle, but people who spotted the vans quickly determined the vans had drivers. Apple later came out and said the vans were related to a mapping project, but they were undoubtedly the catalyst that led to the discovery of Apple's secret on a car.
Already Registered LAPs advertise the WLC's IP address to the yet-to-be-registered LAPs (to assist them to find the WLC) with the use of neighbor messages that are sent over the air. The yet-to-be-registered LAPs
I found a way around this recently on a test controller that only had one building (with about 125 APs) on it. I turned off power to the switch ports (on six different 3750/3850 switch stacks) while leaving power on to the other ports so that our Cisco VoIP phones would still work. This took a little while to build the needed CLI script (actually 6 since I had to do this on 6 different switches) starting with the output from a show cdp neighbor | i AIR- on each switch stack. I generated a script that issued a power inline never on each port and ran it just before I rebooted the controller. While the controller was rebooting I changed the script to turn power back on, but did not run it until the HA pair was running on the new code (slightly over 3 minutes). Then, when the APs came up with the new code level they could find their controller, they were running the matching code, and wall was good. Total network downtime less than 5 minutes. Quite acceptable.
Can I tinker with the fairy lengthy algorithm used by an AP to find a controller? I really just need the APs to join a particular controller (which can, and does, change all along), even if it has to wait a while for it to become available.
As with all recent versions of macOS, Catalina is a free upgrade -- so it's not a question of value. Rather, it's about whether the changes Apple made enhance your Mac experience or hamper it. I've been using Catalina daily since just before launch day, starting with the final public beta, and the good news is that it has proven to be a solid, stable update with a number of little additions that I find quite useful.
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Setting up WordPress without the right skillset could be a dangerous path. A lot of people will sell you WordPress because they have limited development knowledge, but they can Google and hack their way through WordPress. Or you might even find yourself doing this.
Any additional responsibilities should be complementary and additive to existing DOJ, FTC, and FCC authorities, as well as sector-specific laws in other areas. Creating a center of excellence within the executive branch for online services could be a catalyst to ensure that the U.S. government can holistically, effectively, and consistently regulate new technologies. Specialist regulatory entities could also provide needed expertise and common principles for use in other areas, such as housing, labor, or transportation.
In prior letters, I have detailed our poor management of basic policy in America and what the consequences have been from that dysfunction: ineffective education systems, soaring healthcare costs, excessive regulation and bureaucracy, the inability to plan and build infrastructure efficiently, inequitable taxes, a capricious and wasteful litigation system, frustrating immigration policies and reform, inefficient mortgage markets and housing policy, a partially untrained and unprepared labor force, excessive student debt, and the lack of proper federal government budgeting and spending, which lead to huge inefficiencies. Since I have covered these issues at length in the past, I will not elaborate on them here. I do, however, want to point out (and I find it disheartening) how readily we accept the failure, often with a chuckle, of our bureaucracy and policies.
I recently used Rosetta Stone to dabble with Japanese before I felt like I was spreading myself too thin and decided to just focus on Mandarin. I think it is outrageously expensive but yet what most reviews fail to mention is that the core product is essentially quite good. It gives you several similar sentences save for one bit of different vocabulary and also allows you to listen to the sentences ad nauseum with the click of a button. Essentially it is just allowing you to drill yourself on the fundamental building blocks of the language. If you know how to do that. I found that in order to really get the language to sink in I would have to read the example sentences and click the listen button a lot more than I think most people are doing. I did find the lack of explanation annoying sometimes but if its important its quite easy just to google it. After all you are already sitting at a computer.
Another thing I find disturbing is the lack of information on what to expect from the course on the official website: 1.They don't use the CEFR scale to describe their levels even though they are clearly interested in the european market as well. Every serious course published in the EU after a certain year does have a note with the desired end level on its cover. And many courses published elsewhere and sold here have it too. The RS doesn't. 2.The content description is too vague. I'd expect to be told much more about a product I am asked to pay over 500 dollars for. 3.No true success stories. None of those excited people in the promotional video is shown speaking the language. And they are very vague when describing their results.
Really liked this review, I felt like a lot of reviews online are unfairly against it and as someone who started Rosetta Stone Mandarin a month ago but had previous experience with the language (studied abroad in college for a semester and ended up taking 15 hours of Mandarin by graduation), I find a lot of the complaints laughable, particularly the "no explanation" complaints. As someone who has used Rocket French and Pimsleur Mandarin, I was SO relieved to not be hearing so much stinkin English banter the whole time. There have been a few times where a word seems unclear to me, and yes, if you wanted to you could probably get through the whole course without learning much (for example, not understand why you're clicking a picture except you heard the word for "man" and there is only one picture with a man.) However, if you're going to spend the money on Rosetta Stone (I bought all 5 levels of Totale Mandarin for 264 as part of their Christmas special), I would assume you would WANT to know what was actually being said and it wouldn't take too much inquisitiveness on your own part to either use google or a chinese dictionary app to clear up any confusion. The Totale components are a bit gimmicky, particularly the online games because nobody is ever online available to compete against, but the live tutoring sessions are pretty useful in my opinion even though they are a bit too-structured (I've found that if I'm the only one in the session, the teacher will go off script pretty often which is nice). If nothing else, you are being forced to comprehend a native speaker and produce a response on your own. There is no substitute for that besides living in the country of the language you are learning. I've also felt a bit of a boost in motivation after finishing a session, regardless of how useful the session might have been. Not too be a Rosetta Stone ad, I do find some things rather annoying. For example, the order at which they decide to teach you some of the words or phrases doesn't make a lot of sense sometimes. This is definitely a program aimed at someone who is in it for the long haul and has a lot of time to devote to the language, not for someone wanting to quickly learn some useful phrases for a vacation (you may never get too them!). I also think the speech recognition is quite faulty, particularly on Chinese where tones are so important. All in all, Rosetta Stone is my favorite purchase so far (Rocket French, Pimsleur Mandarin) if nothing else because it is fun and makes me want to come back and keep "playing" if you will, because it does feel a bit like a game. And after all, if you aren't motivated or sticking with it, it doesn't matter how scientifically effective your program is.
I have been practicing French using rosetta stone ..and at first I thought hmm I wonder if this actually works? so I checked out the Spanish, and English courses..and I can honestly say they do a pretty great job. My native language is Spanish. When I came to the United States when I was 6yrs old I couldn't understand anything most of the teachers, students, at school would say...I would just hear people speak and see...I would watch pokemon..about a year later I can honestly say I could speak English pretty good.. I could easily understand other people and with the little things I did know I learned more :) and well I think Rosetta Stone does just that..they don't go telling you girl in french is fille boy in french is garçon with the c that has a little thing on the bottom NO you just learn it :D is amazing what the human mind can do.. I think the people that do not like this program are just ..kind of lazy and give up too fast. If you are a visual learner..Rosetta stone takes care of that..if you are an auditory learner..then it does so too..and what is even better is that you won't pass until you pronounce it correctly :) so when you say it right after many times its engraved onto your memory...and if you have trouble with it you can put an option that says the word/phrase slowly..and well if you keep failing your mind will remember is not the right way to say it..and when you get it right ta-da (most classes or reading books can't do that) most people I find nowadays however are just lazy and expect everything to just be handed to them..they expect with just some few classes they will be fluent -_- but as some people mention here it takes dedication and patience!:) I'm barely in level one in french and there is this part where the person just says something and they put me a picture...and I have to type what the person said :D and I actually knew without hesitation I would write..they passed me a horse and the person said un cheval...i typed it and I was right:) then it would go telling me Le garçon ne conduit pas. Not only did I understand what the person was saying but I could type it just by listening :D and the first week of trying the french course I could not say cafe right i would say it over and over until i finally got it right T_T i would struggle so much with that one word but now I can do it on the first try du cafe :) sorry for rambling on but if you are a person with dedication and really want to learn the language (whichever one u want) then I recommend Rosetta Stone...now if you are the type that just gives up on the first try, or get easily irritated right away...and can't figure stuff out and needs someone else to solve issues for you..then yea Rosetta Stone is not for you... 2b1af7f3a8