Feitelijk ferm veel schade. En Rolls Royce wist al van de mogelijke problemen!
Many of us these days depend on the World Wide Web to bring the world’s information to our fingertips, and put us in touch with people and events across the globe instantaneously.
These powerful online experiences are possible thanks to an open web that can be accessed by anyone through a web browser, on any Internet-connected device in the world.
But how do our browsers and the web actually work? How has the World Wide Web evolved into what we know and love today? And what do we need to know to navigate the web safely and efficiently?
“20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web” is a short guide for anyone who’s curious about the basics of browsers and the web.
If your vehicle was manufactured after 1996, it contains an On Board Diagnostic (OBD) computer that captures information about how it's running. OBD II is version 2.0 of the standard for communicating this information.
The data tracked by the OBD II system was originally intended to monitor the engine's emissions and track down problems that caused cars to pollute more than normal. Today, however, manufacturers have extended the standard to contain a great deal of data about problems and performance. OBD II data is what causes your car's "check engine" light to go on when there is a problem, and it is your mechanic's tool of first recourse when you bring the car in with symptoms that have no obvious cause.
Starring Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford.
Hello Minority Report interface!
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