provide an installable workaround so I can install my own software, then perhaps 7 does more that xp, right now for me it does less.
Can it avoid real dog shit? If not its no good as a parkie where I live.
These things are still a solution looking for a problem.
Parkie would be better served by a drone.
Sea rape is not a national issue. You cant go it alone on that one. Gonna have to talk to the neighbors im afraid.
Amazon making money on the whole thing is nuts. Any legal eagles know why Amazon cant be had for criminal behaviour if they are knowingly in cohorts with the crims.
I'll give you my wired gigabit network when you pry it from my cold dead hands.
Last statement is crazy. It basically says sorry more than ten percent of our staff is forced labour by school kids.
In the future it will be ten percent.
1mb? I need 100 mb to do any real remote work.
Where are you writing this from that 1mb is not already available?
Containers have never been about security for me. Im much less concerned about nginx breaking out of its security jail than i am about my own dodgy bash script acidentally running rm -rf /
Try yandex. I prefer ruskies spying on me to the yanks. :)
Looks good too. Not too much chrome but what there is is slick.
Oh and everything works.
You can enforce two-factor authentication == you can lock people out who know their password.
(Speaking from experience, our lot locked me out with a 2fa snafu)
The whole "business prevention department" got swiftly furloughed.
Did you read the article? The point was that they dont need to ALWAYS be better, they just need better safety over all.
USB Lan adapter, can you even install Linux on it?
I have the Pink Screen Of Death already. Everytime my win box crashes (or decides to force an upgrade on me) it reboots itself into Ubuntu. Not my doing, seems this is a feature.
The "Rare Groove" of publishing.
I'd get a reprint of 10 different. Wired editions that predicted AI is about to change the world.
And private eye 1 thru 100. See if anything has changed.
Are you one of those people that when someone asks
"Can you tell me where the toilets are?"
Heres wishing you a Friday full of robo calls and useless tech support. ;-)
The idea that allowing servers to be less power efficient is Eco is pure marketing bs.
Clever tech but "Eco" is painting a green leaf on a petrol engine.
Re: "It's MEANT for browsers"
It was invented for serverside scripting before its use in browsers. Via nodejs, its still pretty good at that job.
Maybe if they didn't make life shit for the kids they might stick around when they grow up?
Banning children is a crazy idea. Its presumption of guilt at its worst.
Hotmail, Gmail and Arsebook can all play ball and give away free to users that want their chats scanned, but those of us that don't and have a different email address can still chat.
Someone ought to explain to the US trade, eeer i mean "security" advisors, what the Streisland effect it.
Some people might forget about the Merkle phone hacking scandal if they let it lie.
Got one too many demand to expose everyones data from the government and decided to get out of the email business. Small player not able to push back.
It has happened before. Altho never officially.
"We didn't evolve to understand the universe, but merely to persist as a species."
Maybe. But then there are these things that require an observer to become real, so sometimes I doubt your statememt.
Have you seen "collateral murder"? That counts as journalism in my book. Any attempt to cover that up is just plain sick.
Airline authorities should insist devices have a *shutdown now* option without installation delays during takeoff.
Then we can use that option for a few weeks untill the public has tested Microsofts code for them.
Borrow checker is a pain in the butt.
Damn cool but terribly frustrating.
Best thing: unit tests in the same file. There must be a way to backport that idea to C.
if the only app you use is a browser why not just use an iPad, do you need flash? or perhaps you occasionally need to use more than one finger?
if you want to see what it does.
Why cksum and sign something downloaded over ssl? Its already chksummed and signed.
I was under the impression kvm uses new hardware virtualization and xen is software tricks. I'm sure that reg forum uses can correct me if I'm wrong.
FYI Krita is comming along (part of koffice) and says it has CMYK support.
Krita seems to export PDF too, but load of apps do so I presume you have specific requriements for PDF output?
The thinking is that doing stuff that does not need to be done as admin as admin, e.g. cd, ls, less, makes mistakes more serious.
Sudo can ask for a password if you want that.
however intel graphics drivers have never given me hassle. just built a laptop with skylake ubuntu 16.04, only intel graphics. No problems at all. caveat: I dont play games.
1% with a lot of money does not equate to a market for phones.
Chinas economy is pretty big these days. The phone market was bigger that the US in 2015
I think google should respond to searches with a fallback ip address with each link. Then ddosing the dns would have less impact. add multiple day fallback caches and dns returns to normal.
How do you launder .3 billion you need more than just crypto tech skills. If it were really a lone Wolf he'd have a life's work trying to spend that amount.
It wouldn't be first time the only person offended was a commentard presuming someone esle was offended.
It political correctness gone too far, gone too far.
Stupid issues like this neatly cover up the ongoing real modern daybslavery issues in US prisons.
Take time to inform yoysrself on the strike if you have seen this and not that.
"Cant do anything yet" exactly, they can recognise brain waves made by external sounds. Nothing a microphone cant do. I dont grok why they think this is close to anything interesting.
IMHO we should have a nationalised search engine, with ads and without ads, against which google should compete fairly by proviging additional services, not by cheating games with its browser.
The mushrooms on earth _are_ intelligent life from outer space. Some of them have been trying to communicate with us. We just called it a "trip" and went back to work a little wonky on Monday.
More than 2 cars. There have been 6 Mars rover attempts, 4 successful, and 4 lunar rovers.
Just sitting there with they keys left in them, waiting for the next naut with a jerry can of nuclear fuel.
A "man-in-the-middle account" sounds like what my bank provides.
Why is the fact that it is heading towards us a problem for visibility? Surly position of the sun relative to us is, but presumably thats fixable with a satellite in a solar orbit?
You gotta check www.musl.com
Classic Web design.
<body background="images/bg_bluelines.jpg" leftmargin="15" topmargin="15" marginwidth="15" marginheight="15">
<table width="740" height="560" border="0" cellpadding="2"...
Loads pretty fast.
Just use C
Is grammer, but tenuous link to english, and closely linked to machine code.
Libc is closer to Welsh.
Try saying snprintf after pintp.
I cant believe I got this far down the comments without "Branson needs Cosmic G1rl to get it up but cant keep it up", phnar phnarrr.
Tits insufficient to sustain useles pr1ck.
a class of problems where it's easy to check the solution, but it's difficult to come up with a solution.
no? do I win the prize?
atlantic.net and linode.de both provide backups. I have not tried any others but I don't think I would put data on a system that does not even claim to run backups.
Most email goes over ssl these days. The message is not encrypted but the transport is.
If you are running a password reset type thing you can insist on it serverside.
Skype supports end to end encryption because they route traffic via random users nodes on the Internet. Without end to end encryption there would be no encryption.
"debt that appears to be unmanageable..."
Thats what did for Jared's security clearance, didnt apply to his dad in n law tho? I presume he could prove that he really doesn't give a fuck about huge debts.
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