Most clueful users will be using SSL to a submission port anyhow. And clueful admins will have this set up for their users to access.
10 posts • joined 16 Apr 2008
We had toilet paper and paper towels (which were switched to a regular towel). However, one unlucky schmuck had the privilege of cleaning the washroom and vacuuming the office (single room with 6 guys at one point).
I think I did the cleaning once, maybe twice. The last time it was "my turn" was during my 2 weeks notice. Needless to say, I didn't do the cleaning that week. I think I still owe them $10 for missing my turn.
It Apple only wants "approved" applications on the iPhone, then I say, "DON'T BUY AN IPHONE!" Vote with your frickin' wallets people! I cannot understand why people would buy a product like this KNOWING that the vendor(s) have it locked down. If you want to live in Apple's straighjacket, then fine. If you don't, then get a different phone! Again, VOTE WITH YOUR WALLETS! DON'T BUY THEIR LOCKED PRODUCTS IF YOU WANT IT TO DO MORE THAN THEY WANT YOU TO DO WITH IT!
I remember years ago when Shaw Cable claimed that people using hardware firewalls were stealing internet simply because they were using one IP for multiple pieces of hardware. If you wanted local filesharing or printer sharing their solution was to purchase more IP Addresses......
I installed a hardware firewall.
Serious... I don't get why everyone is into the Jesus Phone when it seems like Steve the Father likes to ram his adherents up the keister....
I must've really missed something because I wouldn't be caught dead buying some sort of crippled device like that.
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