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originally posted by: MorpheusUSA
So I got kinda interested in the +++ thing and started looking around the web for a meaning, I found this:
"+++ (Leiden), a sign to indicate traces of letters according to the Leiden Conventions"
"Used to log people out in the text-based MUD days. +++ was a code that modems read as "please hang up now.""
Nothing earth shattering but mildly interesting.
Hayes Communications introduced a solution in its 1981 Smartmodem by re-using the existing data pins with no modification. Instead, the modem itself could switch itself between one of two modes:
data mode in which the modem sends the data to the remote modem. (A modem in data mode treats everything it receives from the computer as data and sends it across the phone line).command mode in which data is interpreted as commands to the local modem (commands that the local modem should execute).
To switch from data mode to command mode, sessions sent an escape sequence string of three plus signs ("+++") followed by a pause of about a second. The pause at the end of the escape sequence was required to reduce the problem caused by in-band signaling: if any other data was received within one second of the three plus signs, it was not the escape sequence and would be sent as data. To switch back they sent the online command, O. In actual use many of the commands automatically switched to the online mode after completion, and it is rare for a user to use the online command explicitly.
Ok here's one ATS did a thread on I think around 2013.
**can't find the thread**
A Utah daycare was said to be harboring kids from south America for illicit trafficking.
Davis left the public sector again in 2005 at the end of the Kernan-Davis term. She took a position as the Chief Executive Officer of Global Access Point, a computer network connectivity company headquartered in South Bend, Indiana. She led the start-up of the company where she was in charge of developing markets in data transport, data processing, and data storage for business, health care organizations, and universities. In 2006, Davis developed the idea for a virtual way to allow policy makers to develop complex policies. The program was initially developed by Simulex and then used by the United States Military. Fortune 500 companies also used the technology to select stereotypes for building outcomes. Davis founded Davis Design Group in 2007 as a way to determine results of long-term decisions made by lawmakers. The company uses a system called the Simulated Educational Experience (SEE) to predict the future of the educational system. The system is said to predict how decisions made in the public sector regarding education will affect students in the future.
originally posted by: imthegoat
originally posted by: Bigburgh
Can't find a source.
A place called MedCure in Portland, OR was raided by the FBI.
It was linked in the smartsheet link posted earlier in the thread. Odd being from Oregon, I heard nothing about this on the local news tv/web.
originally posted by: fiverx313
originally posted by: fiverx313
sorry, what is the source for trump mentioning 4chan in a speech? i haven't found it yet and my schedule is limited today for research but y'all got me curious now
...is the source 4chan >_>
originally posted by: liveandlearn
Don't know if this has been answered but it wasn't Trump who mentioned 4chan, it was a staffer who came out just before Trump and asked for everyone to Pspread the video on youtube, twitter, 4chan, whatever". It was a confirmation but I was waiting for POTUS to speak. It is not in official vid that are trimmed to just include the speech.