Ok. But now...
...did they really use CouchDB?
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...did they really use CouchDB?
> their employer
This will yield an "sin COS 'OS tan'" in half an internet minute, I'm sure.
Well, the Middle East is a gaping wound that is only widening and Europe is crapping over itself pretending to be money-rich, energy-rich and oh so progressive but there are still a few chances left for Africa. So that double keenness is understandable.
for even a few minutes is. Thanks for the explanation
You are not made for IT, anon. Please stay in your assigned area.
Just like F/OSS, DDG is having to piggyback off MS's hard work and innovation.
Not sure whether sarcasm or just shilling.
Nah, "hard work and innovation" gives it away. Thumbs up has been granted.
videos of people drenching themselves in ice water to avoid donating to charity
CAN ANYBODY explain to me WHY EVERYBODY is BEHAVING LIKE TEENAGERS that have NOT A CHANCE IN HELL to even get their A-LEVEL EXAMS.
Except the Russians, the Chinese and, well, ISIS.
In USA we have "free speech zones", which are located next to the dumpster ramp of the annex in the brownfield and Ferguson-style orders to not "stand still" or face arrest (when you then walk in circles you are arrested anyway like in a peculiar theater performance about THAT PERIOD of Germany). It's the way of State.
We need a Gallic Shrug icon.
A better choice was to use add-ons that kept everything within the same server and for users to maintain up to date with software security patches.
Socialistic dreams, and then the Penguin beckons.
Or maybe the Fugu fish.
Have I seen you at Rosboronexpo 2014 next to Steven Seagal?
Maybe they meant to say "hard disk" then a freudian slip occurred?
"I'm getting an STD" ... "Charming. But you probably meant SSD?"
Also, Inb4 "check your privileges" etc.
But one hacker using the alias Famed (@famedgod) claimed responsibility for the PlayStation Network DDoS and accused LizardSquad of stealing credit.
They added Sony should take lesson from Redmond's Xbox architecture and run the gaming and enterprise networks from different data centres.
Really. From doser to security consultant in 10 seconds? No skills were harmed in this display of lamerosity.
Time for cool-off period in the chokey, I would think.
You would still need an editor, but anything simple would do.
Well, since Neal Stephenson's "In the Beginning was the Command Line" we were alerted to the vagaries of "Word".
Yet another ISIS hit.
Let's see whether this is the straw that breaks the teethering
economy's overleveraged circlejerk's back...
Wait, I thought I heard about subsidies for boratband rollout?
No longer, no. Indeed, I wanted to take this occasion to mention a little accident with the airlock earlier today...
Except for the underhanded "IMMA LOSING MUH COPYRIGHT". That was really uncalled for.
Next: Ukraine and the neocon pipeline control project? Where it's all about Location, Location, Location. And Grauniad reporters trying to start WWIII wih random tweets from #Russia.
Always look on the Sunni side of things.
NASA had negative safety margin but didn't know it. Then Schrödinger's O-ring materialized.
> Turn Your Phone Around
I don't know anything about this modern tech, but wouldn't that just yield a selfie?
I could have told them that.
But will you be just as certain of yourself once you have passed your first year of mechanical engineering?
According to my doctor, my reproductive system listed a good percentage of the above at some time.
"An FAA representative was present at all times."
Okydoky, we wouldn't want to be declared terrorists due to incontinent booms and get some Waco action on our engineers' dens.
Seriously, I hope they get the next launch listed under "Everything is going extremely well."
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Competition is ON NOW!
Yep, better ask directions at the nearest Space Inn.
Excuse me? I'm already paying through the nose for overpriced roads.
> the wrong obit.
Sadness all around!
At least this time it's not feet vs. meter.
It would have been interesting if the parallels between 21st century dark matter and 19th century luminiferous ether had been made.
Of which there are none. The latter was meant to transmit light at speed "c" in a preferential reference frame - we don't want this as we found out that "c" is the same in every reference frame. The former is meant to explain the experimental fact that there is far too much mass for the visible matter to account for all of it (about 5 times more). More interesting would be parallels 19th century luminiferous ether and the current idea of the "vacuum" which is a complex material with some attributes of a superconductor for color charges if I understand correctly.
You may want to explain this kinda reasoning more deeply.
If you download, you have zero advertising and about 1 quid, plus data rates. Quality is low but well, you can't have everything.
> civil crime
What, like belching loudly?
"Potential revenue", man.
It was subsequently downloaded more than 700,000 times
I don't believe for a second that 700K juveniles want to download this.
The name of the militant Islamic group ISIS is probably one of the most reviled names in the country at the moment. It is also the name of a defunct post-metal rock band with the same name that is getting "off color comments" on its Facebook page.
The rockers may be hard to confuse with Islamic militants, but some have managed it.
What will they do if they find out it is an ancient Egyptian $DEITY, "goddess of magical power and healing"?
American freedomer, please.
The Defense Department on Friday pushed back against Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s (R) claim that fighters from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) might have entered the United States across its southern border.
Perry, who is weighing another run for the president in 2016, made the assertion Thursday during a speech at the conservative Heritage Foundation.
"Yes! A monstrous creature from the pit of hell with scything teeth ten thousand miles long, breath that would boil oceans, claws that could tear continents from their roots, a thousand eyes that burned like the sun, slavering jaws a million miles across, a monster such as you have never ... never ... ever ..."
Philip K. Dick sensed the platonic layer of reality better than most.
The idea of Ferris Fremont playing here as a little boy the idea of Ferris Fremont as a little boy at all, anywhere was too bizarre to be believed. He had rolled his tricycle by these very houses, skipped over the very cracks we had tripped on in the night; his mother had probably warned him about cars passing along this street. The little boy playing here and inventing fantasies in his head about people passing, about the mysterious word ARAMCHEK inscribed in the cement under his feet, conjecturing over the weeks and months as to what it meant, discerning in a child's mind secret and occult purposes in it that were to blossom later on in adulthood. Into full-blown, florid, paranoid delusions about a vast conspiratorial organization with no fixed beliefs and no actual membership but somehow a titanic enemy of society, to be hunted out and destroyed wherever found. I wondered how much of this had come into his head while he was still a child. Maybe he had imagined the entire thing then. As an adult he had merely voiced it.
In his inaugural statement, Ferris Fremont discussed the Vietnam War, in which the United States had been actively involved for a number of years, and declared it to be a two-front war: one front six thousand miles away and the other front here at home. He meant, he explained later, the internal war against Aramchek and all that it espoused. This was really one war fought in two areas of the world; and the more important battlefield, Fremont declared, consisted of the one here, for it was here that the survival of the United States would be decided. The gooks could not really invade us, he explained, and take us over; but Aramchek could. Aramchek had grown more and more during the last two administrations. Now that a Republican had been returned to office, Aramchek would be dealt with, after which the Vietnam War could finally be won. It could never be won, Fremont explained, so long as Aramchek operated at home, sapping the vitality and will of the American people, destroying their determination to fight. The antiwar sentiment in the United States, according to Fremont, derived from Aramchek and its efforts.
As soon as he had been sworn in as President, Ferris Fremont declared open war on the surface manifestations of Aramchek and fanned out from there in all directions.
If you think of it, Foley was basically killed by the UK's and France's dismembering of the Ottoman empire.
"We train young men to drop fire on people, but our politicians won't allow us to watch beheading videos on the Internet because it's terrorism!"
Not sure whether this goes beyond a very valid criticism of the party trick of raising money for capitalistic ventures with no counterpart given, cunningly commingled with the cry of the starving artists and panhandling writers that THEY are the ones who REALLY DESERVE to be remunerated instead of THAT GUY. Welcome to the world of content, and it's not one with weakend “IP”.
“I don’t share the furious ideological objection (sharing economy = neoliberalism) that writers like Tom Slee and Evgeny Morozov advance.”
Do I need to repeat that “neoliberals” are actually the third-way socialists? Apparently so. I really detest this scaremongering about free exchange. Oh no, there is people doing deals and I'm not in on it. Won't somebody think of the regulation!!
“Now you can begin to see why Jimmy Wales espouses his medieval views on copyright”
Err... No! First, I didn't know that medieval times had any particular view on “copyright”. Must have been difficult, not having a printing press and all that. Did I hear someone say that property rights should only apply to the paper on which the words are printed? Nah. Must be neoliberals.
“And you could rely on the Left for "fairness" and the fair compensation of labour.”
You can rely on the left for selling you unicorn steaks and equality fries every single day (AAH, no Mistress Warren, I will behave now, stop the spanking!!).
Not every labour is compensable or even worth compensating. If Jimmy Wales has found the magic trick to ride on the riches created by a swell of interest in Wikipedia ... hell, why not? Should Wikipedia editors be compensated for this joyous happenstance? Possibly, possibly not. Apparently the care-o-meter on this is pretty low on the Internets, there is no “Occupy Wikipedia” movement to be seen, people are not pulling away to other servers. Or at least I haven't heard of it. So is there a problem?
Of course, quality of quite a few articles is low, Wikipedia warrens are often clueless. You get what you pay for. You may want to choose to pay for “quality”, real or perceived.
I’ve used AirBnB for ages, but when it comes to taxis, however, I stick to my favoured private firms and licensed Black Cabs – confident they’ll adapt to the technology.
Yep, choice. See how that works!
I suppose good articles come from scholars who are working on their course materials ... these also hold interesting blogs, post their course etc. No problems are being had. Where does the vague impression that someone is being fleeced coming from? The economy is not a zero-sum game, it never has been.
“weakening property rights means everyone profits from the work except the person who creates it”
Begging the question here. We have had NOTHING but extensions of the so-called “property rights”. It's getting frankly ludicrous, and no-one except Big Content profited.
“Note that when The Guardian newspaper writes about Kim Dotcom it glosses over the manner in which he makes his money, and fails to mention his ownership of a signed copy of Mein Kampf.”
So Dotcom has a non-downloaded copy. Which is nice. Where is the problem? More to the point, why bring “Nazis” in?
“Far from being one of the most exciting decades in modern times, this has really been one of the shittiest.”
But not because of Internet “sharing”. Because of wars, rampant money printing and endless fleecing schemes from inflation, “that one last tax increase, promised” and “economic bubbles” that hoover up the money you would hope the government were keeping safe instead of blowing it on bailouts and F-35s. Well, it's gonna get worse and intellectual property rights of online content will be the least of the problems. Oh, we were talking “IP”?
“Getting an "internet economy" that benefits the people who do the work, take the risk, or provide the resources – and gives us a modicum of self-respect - should be a start.“
More demand for unicorn steaks? It's all about contracts and positioning. An “Internet Economy” does not exist, and one that provides results as if they were coming from the left's Sheet Of Fairness cannot be gotten. If you want well-remunterated work, look for it. If you want to provide charity, do so. If you have problems with self-respect, work on it. If you want a guaranteed income stream, sadly, we cannot have that kind of nice thing.
"The decryption process didn't actually work or the decryption key provided by the criminals was incorrect"
That's just sloppy. So even criminals have no quality control or desire to make people actually feel confident in the protection services they apparently want to provide?
There are no brakes on the cloud train!
Large memory? Large disks?
> Windows 8.1 is a serious developers' environment and OS of choice.
I hope that was all sarcasm. But I fear being disappointed in the new generation of developers.
> Go with the flow.
No thanks, I dislike diarrhea.