Re: Call that a hypegasm? Why, back home in Texas...
This rape of the bard's cunningly propagandistic tale is appalling!
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This rape of the bard's cunningly propagandistic tale is appalling!
STOP OPPRESSING ME!
Same attitude as for FATCA and AIR PASSENGER REPORTING really. It's all owned by US!
The counter from the US government's lawyers was that withholding the data would let criminals and fraudsters evade American prosecutors by sending their data offshore.
America has less than total jurisdiction over the globe! What did the Empire of Bases buy then? Can't something be done??
Last December, Ireland reminded the New York court: "Ireland is an internationally-recognised sovereign nation state ... and does not accept any implication that it is required to intervene into foreign court proceedings to protect its sovereignty."
Uh..oh... someone is looking at a slight insurrection emerging from the US embassy and the democracy-promoting US NGOs.
What. Getting an attack via Internet Explorer is quite more likely than the NSA breaking into you home and infecting your BIOS via special USB.
Start at the bottom and outside and work up and in.
Please describe how you determine these directions.
I hear no.
But the mystery of the MSX data tape easter egg deepens.
"The breadth, variety and complexity of these systems and the business processes they support are on a scale rarely seen in other global organisations,"
"Our superfund site sports challenges rarely seen elsewhere! The chemicals are astonishingly plentiful, nasty and medical knowledge about their long-term effects is nil. They are also very near the aquifer that feeds a largish town nearby."
"politically astute leader, with experience of delivering large (£50million+) infrastructure transformation projects, across complex IT systems"
"Needs to have stirred the martini and be buddy with all the right careerhounds"
If they get paid for it, they ARE concerned.
This is how capitalism works.
If they are paid for it and are UNCONCERNED, you have a government service.
Required reading for the newfangled data scientist: Old problems still persist as problems: Commonsense Reasoning and Commonsense Knowledge in Artificial Intelligence
Who is taller, Prince William or his baby son Prince George? Can you make a salad out of a polyester shirt? If you stick a pin into a carrot, does it make a hole in the carrot or in the pin? These types of questions may seem silly, but many intelligent tasks, such as understanding texts, computer vision, planning, and scientific reasoning require the same kinds of real-world knowledge and reasoning abilities.
The lack thereof has nothing to do with "devops". You seem uninformed, devops is not "coders doing everything". Please educate yourself. Unless you are PHB, then please rest content in the sewers of ignorance.
What you Roe'nt in California?
Why are you guys even discussing this? This has nothing to do with the article.
Might as well discuss jammers to disable thw WiFi of the "harddisk".
They must be REALLY competent to do MITM attacks on HTTPS. Unless they have subverted the browser. I think there are laws against that. In Europe, this would be "workplace surveillance" and is a no-no 110%.
This means things like paying your credit card bill or doing some other non-work related item should be avoided. People can and do use company IT to access their email.
Yes they do. Because when you get out of work, shops are closed, state employees have left about 6 hours earlier and with luck you can get a sammich at the petrol station...
I don't know!
Women and miscreants rely on this.
This is not Solaris.
you might see the face of Cthulu
"Strong dollar" == "Less in the shitter paper currency"
Mario Draghi is friendly, making sure that his friends are well rewarded, debts are expunged without effort and people are secretly taxed, all to keep the EUR dead, deader, deadest.
Let's go on, Weimar when?!
"Joerg the Commentard is into science".
You tell them, Einstein.
It's more Jules Verne-ish
ROBUR THE CONQUEROR.
Just needs a flying smoking salon for the refined french gentleman.
So far the only way to do this I've found is to train in Assembler.
Absolutely. But you have to do it in winter, using only vi and going uphills both ways. And no ordering books at amazon, you have to PERSONALLY drive to a shop 120 miles away and demand that their ordering process take three months and that they lose the package in transit. Did I mention bank switching?
How else can you make the children learn?
Erlang was also a town in
Germanysome weird-ass country in a prolonged post-war-crispy-bacon scenario, but then again Java was some Island that could be found in the Pacific, Oracle was a professional occupation held by crazy, drugged-up females from ancient Greece while Sun was a big yellow ball in the sky. Later, we also had Plan 9 (a movie) and Limbo (something an Italian once wrote a book on). Penguins were found in Antarctica only etc.
Internet of Things, a market that looks tailor-made for the technology
Erlang, COUGH, COUGH.
This should be illustrated with the picture of Donald Duck accidentally hanging himself in "The Hockey Champ"
fnord font to fnork the populace
But what does Oswald have to do with this and was he even in the same room?
the boss just walked back in
And you didn't fight him?
AWS is a toy
Don't trust third parties with commercial interests.
Go back to your Lesotho freedom/nocommercial hacker cellar and stay there.
Github for Windows client
Why does such a thing exist??
The point of github is that you can use
1) a browser
2) bog-standard git (which has its own problems and looks like a set of states, all different, arranged in a maze, but that is another discussion)
But dogged, why should "not knowing who Phil Haack is" imply "nodev"?
I use git btw.
Can't happen. You can see the bill develop hour by hour on the landing page, and it's not like you can accidentally the whole Virginia data centre.
That would be thrauhlerz in phreakspeak... (apparently a derivative of Lovcraphtianesque)
"This happened before ... and it will happen again"
I also want to set limits on what and how much an AWS key can be used for.
1) Use a specific credit card
2) Amazon tells you often to use three-factor auth for the root account
3) Use separate IAM users with specific permissions for specific tasks (this takes some getting into and also queries on stackoverflow, but the interface is really nicely done)
Dude, you are getting some advice:
1) Credentials always in config files in a separate project not under version control. Config file reading is easy and can be done in 5 lines or less. Use XML, atttribute = value, whatever.
2) When needed, slurp the credential files
But I LIKE to observe the continual progression of the world towards a mixture of 1984 and Brave New World inhabited by moronic but well-coiffed zombies IN REAL TIME.
PUSH MOAR CONTENT AT ME.
I may agree on the core, but this is an article by the contrarian A - so how much drama and thin threads of rhetoric (including the required seguing into the "won't anybody think of the copyrights" paragraph, where did that come from) am I looking at?
Yes, Wikipedia is very mass of good, bad and ugly as well as the useless and seems to think it should also be a righteous whistleblower site. But so what?
I would not like to be a "couille dans le potage" but you are wrong, in fact as wrong as a very wrong thing. Think context as in one who walks and a place dedicated to people who walk.
Yeah well, maybe you should just learn to write french first, matey. Protip: You ain't gonna pass an exam in "grammaire française".
Full disclosure: Writing in french is part of my job description. "Dont acte".
DSK VHD radio signal in this case.
How did they know after just 10 seconds?
Considering that there is a serious grammatical error in
Beaucoup me demande (should be: "Beaucoup me demandent")
...which would have cost us a warm-ish ear when skool still meant something, the "Francophone" demands a "bémol" be applied.
Not to be outdone, the sign dépicted says
Zones piétones (should be: "Zones piétonnes")
OMFG. See me after class.
Just another undeclared ad, then?
Why should the new TLD be particularly prone to exploitation anyway? More than, say .cc, .cx or any other fast domains? Is it just because the total numbers of users is very low and the scammers move in first?
Almost all .science malicious, .cricket rigged, boffins find
It's also not likely to be "boffins". More like the people in the office next to the joss-stick department.
Keep you NoScript, Ghostery and patches dear and near, run your browser in a VM and think before you click. This message brought to by Internet Drama Anonymous.
There's no such thing as free speech as people commonly percieve it ("I should be able to say absolutely anything").
Thanks for the strawman.
Here's penny. Go buy yourself a whistle but the magic president of freedom may well come after you.
John Doe == as yet unknown person of interest
Like "John Doe #2" of the Oklahoma City bombing, the guy that was memory-holded away while someone resembling him suspiciously croaked in prison.
...with some serious orthodox blessings!
Seriously, El Reg. Refrain from sucking Erdogan's dick like that. It is very apparent that Turkey currently supports/looks-the-other-way irt ISIS while bombing Kurds and PKK positions for purely internal political reasons. Erdogan is playing the Great Game, which will sooner or later backfire and result in anal blasts of a magnitude never seen in the Bosphorus so far.
What next? Whistleblowers are "terrorists"?