Re: Wifi sniffing
I heard that glue sniffing can have an effect on your psyche and body. Not sure it can be directed at fighting a specific virus though. So I wonder if wifi sniffing would be any more successful...
6 posts • joined 10 Jun 2012
1) Take a bunch of magnets, shake them together, they will align to clump together. Like-polls push each other apart, opposing-polls pull each other together
I see that in the campaign for the Brexit-poll, Farage told you not to like Poles. This has led to your being pushed apart from European like-poles. Meanwhile the hot gas halo drifting out of BoJo's mouth, is magnetically pulling you together into a chlorinated-chicken 51st state of Andromeda fantasy.
Which is hard on videos that render directly on the graphics card bypassing the X-protocol & remote capabilities. Same goes for vids in the browser, so at least that part needs a different solution. Either video streaming or passing the <video> tag to the browser after all. The latter maintains the risk of exploitable decoder bugs.
Kotlin/Native is primarily designed to allow compilation for platforms where virtual machines are not desirable or possible, for example, embedded devices or iOS.
the compiler creates: an Apple framework for Swift and Objective-C projects
It's currently in Beta stage.
The idea of extracting anything interesting out of a text goes back to Larry Wall (who in turn was inspired by various Unix tools, as well as by Kleene's theory of 1950, implemented by Thompson in the 60ies).
The elegant regular expressions which Wall created for Perl in 1988, do in Apple's patent with a trivial /(0\d+[-.\/ \d]+\d+)/ — if you want to recognize area codes in parenthesas, add just a little more, no rocket science!
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