Measured a peak of 190Mbps with tcpbench
This is still in early stages. Configuring the device to use this feature was the easy part. Still need to implement switching the feature on and off when the access point changes its configuration, letting Tx rate selection pick the best channel width, showing the config in userland, and whatnot...
User interface failures: not just for computers.
I drive on dark roads, where all you see are taillights. This will end badly.
Something up think about: If more of us opted for school lunches, it would ensure the kids with the most need have access to high quality food, and our own kids would probably be better fed and more confident making food choices.
I am grateful once again for Fred Clark's insightful explanation of, "The poor you always have with you." It's not a release from the duty of generosity—it’s a reminder of our collective responsibility for injustice and suffering, and our ongoing obligation to lighten the burdens of others.
This seems like quite the marketing misfire…
Clowns lurked outside schools to promote a speech academy. Horrified parents called the police.
Can we do away with the anti-pattern of presenting a huge box that looks like a login, but is "Create Account" with a little tiny link that says, "Already a member? Sign in here."
Can we at least recognize that if I entered my valid credentials in the "Create Account" box you can just log me in.
I really hate it when a business treats the paying customer as a second-rate citizen and crafts their landing page with only potential customers in mind.
Fair Internet bandwidth management on a network using OpenBSD
An (occasionally) unmasked, unvaccinated teacher infected half the students in the classroom. Delta is not here to play. Take it seriously: get vaccinated, and mask up around children especially, please!
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