But sometimes there are files on a flash drive that cannot be deleted with root access. Here is how you get it for the Ubuntu file manager.
1) Open Ubuntu Nautilus File Manager as root.
2) Open command terminal. (Hint: Ctrl+Alt+T)
3) Copy and paste the following (right click copy, then right click paste): sudo nautilus
4) Hit enter. The Nautilus File Manager will open with root access.
5) When your done, just close the Nautilus File Manager.
Dan Goodin, with Ars Technica, reports that “Amazon devices will soon automatically share your Internet with neighbors.”
Barbara Krasnoff, with The Verge, explains that “The new network will share a small portion of your bandwidth with your neighbors.
I think Dan Goodin blows it out of proportion when he says, “Amazon’s experimental wireless mesh networking turns users into guinea pigs…. that leaves your personal privacy and security hanging in the balance.”
To be fair, Amazon has actually been very careful to ensure your personal privacy and security. See there white paper here.
My issue is that you are not being asked to participate, they are turning it on by default. You have to oft out. Taking bandwidth I am paying for without my permission is stealing. Amazon is wrong to do this.
Do no just leave washing the rice or preparing the vegetables to others but use your own hands, your own eyes, your own sincerity. Do not fragment your attention but see what each moment calls for. – Either Dogen
If we look for them, there are many opportunities to practice mindfulness. We just have to look for them.
I have recently gone through a life transition. For the last 11 years I have been a night shift employee. I am now switching to days.
This has allowed me to reform my habits. Beginning the morning with meditation, for example.
Another habit I am developing is doing the dishes with my wife. It allows us the opportunity to practice mindfulness together.
To repurpose an old saying, a family that meditates together stays together. Special bonds are formed in the silence.
Find your own moments of mindful activity. And then “do not fragment your attention.”
In the service of public education, please be advised that politicians are not the best source for unbiased information.
Their job is to win races, not teach truth. Fear and hate are the best motivators. On these two strings the swan song of freedom is played.
Some mistakenly think that critical race theory is the greatest threat to Western civilization. This is a boogie man created by politicians to scar an uninformed public.
So what is critical race theory, really? It “is a discipline developed by legal scholars decades ago, and it is primarily taught in law school. It looks to the law for answers as to why racial inequality persists even as American founding documents and aspirational ideals vaunt equality, and after the civil rights movement brought about landmark legislation aimed at ending racism de jure” (Snopes.com).
A question that deserves an answer. But you can see why racists might not like it.