10 posts • joined 25 Sep 2007
risk management problem.
I can't prove you'll crash your car this evening.
So you should incur the awful cost of wearing a seatbelt ?
The insurance company just present some baffling verbiage about statistics and impact-severity ..
Re: Speaking as a guy who has worn the CIO hat ...
Government. Giant Consulting Company. What could go wrong.
Java 1.4 server, about half a million lines of copy-pasted juju struts mess.
One line stands out head and shoulders above them all:
think of the children
I know a guy who was moaning about migrating petabytes in the chocolate factory.
It didn't work smoothly first time .....
"if any one should die because of wikifreaks, they should be held responsible for facilitating the murder(s)."
Q 1 : If someone died because of WL - should this info be made public ? ( by who .. ? )
Q 2 : If someone's life was saved by WL - ????
Q 3 : Humans are getting killed in Afghanistan. Stopping the war would (after the inevitable ensuing civil war) result in peace (i.e., few humans being killed).
If WL causes the war to stop, then this would have a large effect on the net number of humans killed. I suppose WL see this as thier aim.
Friends down there tell me that many of the workers were polish, and limerick staff were invited to apply for jobs in the polish plant.
Seemingly many took up the offer ..
Absolutely grand for LAMP boxes, tho you'd wonder whether there'd be somewhere to do the mod_ssl and ssh FP in hardware .. reminds me of 486DX ;)
What do you think *mainframes* are for, anyways?
.. uh .. massive data throughput? running 1000 Xen instances? 5-nines reliabiity? Basically your modern 'PC' etc is designed to crunch numbers on the CPU, with data I/O slapped on as an afterthought. Mainframe-class systems are designed for IO, with number-cruncy accelerators available as drop-in hardware modules, if needed ..
You're confusing Weather with Climate.
Predictions about whether there'll be a tailback on your commute route tomorrow morning aren't the same kind of predictions as whether there'll be less or more cars on the road ten years from now.
Now; I have some very attractive seaside retirement properties in low-lying countries that I'm sure you'll find most attractive...
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