More to the point, the Mac OS X upgrade borked three of my customers Mac's.
All three machines suffered Kernel panics and had to be rescued via TimeMachine restores.
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Spartan will be available from the app store so hopefully it won't be as integrated as IE currently is.
IE will still be available for backwards-compatibility with older sites but it can be uninstalled via "programs / features -> add / remove features".
But then I fully expect the MS haters to comment on this topic while ignoring the "facts"?
With the latest January release it is possible to upgrade via Windows Update. Tried this and it failed.
Downloaded the ISO and ran setup.exe but got the following message in a box with the title "Something happened" and the message "setup has failed to initialize the working directory"
Has anyone else come across this? Any suggestions / fixes?
Of course they use bars but given that the walls are at least 30cm thick any signal should be cut right down.
Having spent some time at Her Majesty's Pleasure I know that mobiles are there, inside the cells, but the Prison Officers do use trackers to trace them. When there is a lock-down during normal rec-time you know that somebodies cell is being searched....
As for the Faraday cage idea, not bad. The cell blocks are built from pre-cast concrete so it shouldn't be too hard to incorporate the wiring into the structure.
I live in Moscow. Two years ago it was 45 roubles to the £. Two weeks ago it was 106 roubles to the £. Now it has steadied at about 83 roubles to the £.
My girlfriend works for one of the large tourist agencies here: last year at this time they had 70,000 bookings for European summer holidays, this year they only have 1,000. Redundancies are kicking in everywhere, expats are leaving the country (I get paid in £ so am better off now) and Ivan Bloggs is suffering.
But vodka sales are increasing :P
"....“devise ways to concretely support people who suffer from online harassment” and hopes the post sparks “ larger public conversation about online harassment” that moves more organisations to act."
So they (Tor) are going to do what? Give the affected people a group hug and say "There there. It's not as bad as you think". I'm sure that'll greatly help to change trolling habits. NOT.
How about banning? Naming and shaming? Publishing IP addresses? (maybe Anon could do something useful for a change with that information?)
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