there is a real life
12340 posts • joined 3 Jun 2008
there is a real life
If you step out of your front door somebody knows what you look like. Get online and someone knows what you've been looking at and browsing for.
Brain meets floor at first sentence.
Because Not looking into everyone's nether regions == Negligence
Yes, this is 2014.
I raise you a Trilateral Commission!
"Further details had not been discussed but Tor Project in a now deleted synopsis they wrote they planned to cover the feasibility and limitations of attacks before detailing how botnet command and control servers, child pornography forums and hidden drug marketplaces like Silk Road have been revealed."
In the best Fred Flintstone voice: "EDITOOORRRRRRR!!!!"
Soon on Stack Overflow?
Sofort mit diesem Geplauder aufhören! LAUT AUFSCHREI!
Lucky the germans had only mastered Hollerith cards back then. The Blitzkrieg would have transformed into a Gammastrahlenausbruchkrieg. Dodged a bullet.
german asuka triumphant.jpg
Film at 11.
Meanwhile US State Department decides that it has the legitimacy to deal with Countries in the Middle of Europe.
Film at 11:30, followed by the Kerry troll show.
Gun control, Boris. Gun control. You are only allowed to own the energy-conserving 15W plasma rifle based on fluorescent lightbulbs.
Game over man. Game over!
"But the Russians are our friends now!"
"Fcuk you John, you need a lesson in primary atavistic behaviour or politicians. Now listen up: The Skynet funding bill is passed...'
So who activated the sniffer?
Please bring back skeumorphism, all is forgiven.
Only the Knights of Utter Hipster Retardation think that skeumorphism is necessarily bad.
People have all that visual cortex that can usefully applied to grouping semantically related or separating semantically distinct elements via fast analysis of a nice quasi-3D image. Forcing people to pull the same information out of a flat expanse of rioting color is an idea that is just stoopid.
Prove that they don't.
Also, using an ad-blocker where a "free" service is being provided is tantamount to stealing.
I don't even know where to place this on a scale from "cognitive dissonance" to "serial neural misfire".
Wasn't there another study that said that having a practically dry planet like Earth would be exceptional, with most planets covered in multi-kilometer deep oceans, as is the case of the Europa for example?
There must be some extreme sailing going on on these blueballs. I would buy a ticket!
Explosions! In SPAAAAAACE!
And Dramatic Emotions!!
How the f*ck do you find a hand on a sand/desert planet before it is eaten by sandtrout?
That hand must also have travelled a LONG time through space, so I suppose this all plays at a time that is near the moment of utter heat-death of the universe?
News you don't want to hear on the intercom system:
"The Death Star has emerged from hyperspace at Gazalderaan."
Must be Putin's fault!
Acceptable to whom?
You sure can get them on HuffPo:
"A Passenger Believed To Be On The Downed Malaysian Airliner Posted This Chilling Photo Before Takeoff"
No? Well don't complain about the lack of functionality then.
Listen up, a*****e!
One of parties involved sits on a stash of a few million bucks of "foundation money" that it is rubbing its body parts all over.
The other does not and probably has a day job.
Care to speak up again?
buylicense software, I pay the software company for the SOFTWARE.
If I get more cores, then I pay the hardware company for the CORES.
The SOFTWARE company asking me to pay more for actually using the CORES, which they didn't develop or otherwise had a hand in bringing to market should immediately result in management of said company being run out of town on rails, possibly chased by antitrust regulators.
... manager of Intel's Data Center Group Diane Bryant said in a canned quote.
Any relation with Matt?
And 'Matt Bryant' seems to have had a few downvoting groupies for quite some time!
That's because he nasty. And generally wrong.
You nasty bugger!
How the fuck does one just "drop a PHP file onto the server" which is then executed?
Do people have ExecCGI on wherever?
The mind boggles.
Also, looks like MAYHEM_DEBUG should be set to cause the dropper to exit(0). Do it.
And what does human.txt have to do with all of this
Earth is actually Kobe Beef?
Yeah, but frankly, I don't care anymore.
I will be sitting on the front porch with my dog, drinking beer and observing the neighbors.
Yep. Read "The Forge Of God"
envmod? Mister David Vincent, I presume?
"On peut vous aider?"
The mark of a primitive weapon.
You don't need to feel hollow, just off-base (at least for now) because MANPADs are definitely NOT involved here. They wouldn't be able to reach the plane. You need the east-side equivalent of a Patriot missile system (a very complex weapon system), coincidentally fielded (with chasing radar active on the 17th) in large numbers by Ukraine I hear (via rt.com, natch). Though this is being denied by both Ukraine and the "Obama Administration", which has somehow become the very protectivce chaperone for the Ukrainians and their unsavory right-wing antics, with the affirmation that Ukraine's anti-aircraft capabilities are actually non-existent. Ho-hum.
Note that Hillary already confirmed that it was Putin who dunnit. She certainly is a powerful medium. We should have deployed her on USS Vincennes...
companies to sue governments for lost profits
The government bleeds you to death. Do you want to affront HOLDER [No / Certainly Not]?
Big crony megacorps:
"Hey HOLDER, we want to have a BIG payout. Yeah, put this on the "lost profits" line. Thanks."
"No problem. Do you want to have some free money from the FED, too? We got a new container to push tonight."
"Nah, we are good. Say, how is that new crisis coming you guys are stirring up... any chance we could get in on the action?".
I wonder whether the small print says that the EU has to impose sanctions on itself whenever Uncle Sam feels slightly offended.
It looks like something made in art school for kids in papier-maché. Clearly a single piece.
A small "clear space" would not be viable, these things are pushed and pulled by their environment.
That sounds like a nice system and maybe one that will give VMware a licensing revenue stream.
No it won't. This is stuff that is nowhere near new - and frankly exhibiting me-too levels of prior art.
Time to dump stock.
"the right of ordinary people to be paid"
That's a new one.
Next: "the right of ordinary people to walk on the moon"
Clearly this XBox thing is just resting.
Incidentally, I got a few warnings about Microsoft Exchange Online status today, though as I could check my mail, I didn't bother to parse what was being said. Something about engineers working hard.
Time for other companies to move in, shurely?
Yahoo Mobile Mail has been impossible for me to sign into on either Blackberry or Android for some days now.
Is it the asian females which distract you?
I can understand...
There is nothing wrong, but of course there will be contention on titles (especially if they are classics and/or -uugh- "bestsellers") respectively the stuff you want might not be in the archives.
Matty posting from the slightly-right-leaning-neckbeard basement again, and not even trolling?
Don't you have overpriced HP gear to sell?
Very good citizen, our Bore-O-Meter indicates you are reaching level 15, which is pretty much the top of the line of boring behaviour.
However, before we can hand you the well-deserved weekly "Good Citizen" prize, we would like to talk to you about some naughty words you took the liberty to express about the current government when you talked to your dear mother about the (entirely justifiably delayed) social security payout of a hip replacement surgery. This occurred last Monday at 11:35 or so. I am sure you do remember...
I don't know but I want to go BAAAAAAACKKK.
At various times in its history, Dungeons & Dragons has received negative publicity, in particular from some Christian groups, for alleged promotion of such practices as devil worship, witchcraft, suicide, and murder, and for the presence of naked breasts in drawings of female humanoids in the original AD&D manuals (mainly monsters such as Harpies, Succubi, etc.).
Hell yeah. Innocent times.
Aorato was founded by former Israeli Defense Force hackers and offers products that detects attacks on against Active Directory.
Once detection occurs, their program immediately dispatches a couple of viral assassins using fake UK credentials while logic bombs are dispatched to the general subnet of the attackers. Mom & pop PCs caught up in the destruction are invited to visit the webiste of the company where they are then denigrated as "collateral damage that only has got itself to blame" and other far more odious words. Meanwhile, subsidies are automatically transferred by Western Union money transfer from selected bastion of Washington D.C. to support "this plucky company that fights for its existence".
.... endless duty free travel with endless TLA probing.
You now know where the Event Horizon went.
> Bussard had [commerical nuclear fusion] figured out
Nonetheless, Cooper said: "We cannot reject this legislation; it would be wrong to do so."
The MP added that it could be used "to get the wider debate we need" on surveillance laws in Blighty
"We can talk whether I can have dessert or not after I have stuffed my face with this immense piece of cake."
OM NOM NOM NOM!
Go to a love hotel and check it out.