2078 posts • joined 18 Sep 2009
Re: Great Step Forward
Dual boot ESXi?
You're doing it wrong.
You've got to give them a little credit
They actually admitted that they'd screwed up, and also how badly.
How many other government agencies/quangos do even that?
if you believe their job postings
They're running a mix of Cisco and Juniper, although the comment above about Linksys and Buffalo got me laughing. On the other hand, as a Comcast victim, I can tell you their network has been yo-yoing here northeast of Atlanta for a week.
edited because I can't tell Buffalo and NetGear apart...
edited again because apparently I can't tell above from below, either...
I hope its not too late to start the second American Revolution?
Re: Great, maybe...
Well, part of the problem (in the US, at least) is that running fog lamps without the main headlamps is against the law, which means that the law is stupid.
Re: Daytime running lights
And I thought it was just to accellerate global warming.
Oh, so relatively useless.
Re: Sounds fascinating...
Neither did I, but I'm not quite sure.
consider this a 2nd upvote
And this a third.
Re: it is a shame
Chris, that wasn't his point.
His point was, grotesquely: what's one more murder. And the answer is to convince people to stop killing other people. Of course, if every criminal took two months' holiday, how many police would go on the dole and courts be shuttered?
You do mean "Venture Capitalist," right?
Re: On YouTube
Re: I really needed this
By "Friday," you must mean yesterday.
I hope the insurance requirement applies to all
I would love to hear the screams of rage from all self-insured companies.
How much do you think bus, train and plane tickets would have to rise to cover this?
hooray for carbon capture
At least now we have a better grasp (or not) of what happened when you try to capture carbon.
what I'd like to see
Is the transcripts of Mozilla's conversations with these CA's.
34 years later and ...
It still looks like it belongs on one of those over-night cable channels that sell something different every 15 minutes.
Re: And Mr.Pirsig quietly puts the wrench back.
what do you mean by this?
"It targeted mostly internet service providers and others operating in the telco space."
Does this mean that its only targetting people with jobs? Or is specifically targetting customer service reps in order to increase the value per infection?
Re: Leahy has it right....
Nah....since most of them are probably members of the Bar, they'd still be in the first group against the wall.
no real solution...
A long time ago, I used to change my browser string to somethink like: RFC Compliant on CP-6 E00
Until web pages stopped working because my browser was incompatible with their code.
Re: We will all be driving $25.00 cars that get 1,000 miles to the gallon
So, will that be a Red (Wind)Screen of Death?
oh, hell, that'll make it easier
Why sift through a bunch of randomly named servers (planets, generals, cars, etc) when you can just grab everything from this appliance.
so they doubled their revenue and quadrupled their loss?
They should stop while they're ahead.
It's not that it's too big, it's that its too wide.
No more turning over a USB thing, then turning it over again to plug it in: Reversible socket ready for lift off
Unfortunately, they know better...
I can't tell you how many cheap, not-so-cheap and downright expensive USB-to-micro-USB cables I've bought and subsequently had to buy again. Now I'd agree that it doesn't need to be as strong as a Type-N connector, but goddamnit...
The best design I've seen thusfar, which was discontinued in the subsequent model, is on the Samsung Galaxy SII, where the socket is recessed and the connector's hood is integral to the connection. It does tie you to specific cables, but the person I know who has one...hasn't had to replace any.
Re: "pre-crash preventative occupant protection"
Automatic braking, seat-belt pre-tensioners, maybe even an ejection seat.
Ha ha ha ha
I'm going to try to convince my significant other's 16yo to try that the next time she's at a starBucks with her friends.
Re: Black coffee
True, perhaps, but this one started off especially fine.
Re: You want...
To you, sir, to you!
Re: More cowbell^WSSL
You should subscribe to Websense. Then you'd get 2+ duplicate hits every time.
Re: Slightly off-topic but
Yes and no. Yes, because the traffic between you and the server will be encrypted.
No, because you have no way to tell if $ISP's proxy server is recording everything or just reformatting it for your 4 inch screen.
Re: On balance...
Hell, I already deleted that one.
Doesn't Utah still have firing squad as a method of execution?
If so, I suggest the senators from that state bring the charges against ALL of them.
I'll pay for the bullets and I already have a shovel.
Re: Michael C
Pity I can only upvote this one time.
I need more accounts.
Re: Your name on the coffee 'cup'
I just use God. Although I've found that while the rejects in Starbucks aren't offended....the staff in Chik-fil-a REALLY DON'T LIKE IT, AT ALL...which is the whole point.
I like reserving a table for "God, party of one" just to have them annouce it over the PA system. Calling God, party of one...
My other choices are 'Who Cares", "Make One Up" or "John Holmes*"
* - I use that name for test accounts when working on clients' computers because, why not.
Re: Middle East govts' malware?
And you link to a PDF file? Ha!
you didn't finish the article, did you?
Re: Easy fix
Easy, but not simple. I have to keep updating my block-apnic-china list every time APNIC assigns a new address block to China.
One thing to be said for IPv6 is that my block list will be shorter and/or it will be easier to block an entire country with a single /8 or /16.
take a bow ladies and gentlemen
I sincerely applaud you for that headline.
Re: Fraud pays
Forget cutting the bottom line, cut the jugular.
How much did it cost them to prove that incenerators do work.
Re: Another Tech That Should Die
I think you'll find that the ones that are bastard hard are the fault of the site admin. 4chan had the same problem because every post view called captcha. They rerwrote it to only call captcha when you clicked to post. This meant that the number of failed (including unanswered) capchas was considerably less than before, and they got easier because the success rate went up dramatically. I could find moot's post about it, but I've got to work.
but the links themselves are chilling, effectively
If I recall, from when I cared about searching for porn, following the chilling effects links took you to a document that had the links unumerated. I'll admin that they were sometimes quite long and hard to type in manually, but I figured that if they were listed in a quasi-legal document, then I was sure to find porn there.
I hope google does the same thing for those ***** who want their own history rewritten.
Re: What's the big deal?
You're right, but that's only part of the problem. What Incapsula failed to state (or wasn't quoted in the article) was the TOTAL number of requests from Google's (and Bings, etc) polling engines.
I've had sites polled by more than 4 separate googlebots in a relatively short timeframe.
Yes, but it didn't sink in.
Re: @John Smith 19
DavCrav, if you have programmers that would do that, you have bigger problems that bugs that an outsider might find.
Re: Er messing with hybrids for how long?
You don't have to do that. Some of them were brilliant.
Re: MY EYES!!
I disagree, but then when I see one, I think '911 on hydrazine' whether its true or not.
Re: TV - the illness of the 21 century...
Actually, I think you'll find that even if you don't smoke in your recliner, you can still enjoy one during the commercial breaks...if only because they are now 5 minutes long...
This is the only good thing about cable tv.
- Nokia: Read our Maps, Samsung – we're HERE for the Gear
- Ofcom will not probe lesbian lizard snog in new Dr Who series
- Kaspersky backpedals on 'done nothing wrong, nothing to fear' blather
- Episode 9 BOFH: The current value of our IT ASSets? Minus eleventy-seven...
- Too slow with that iPhone refresh, Apple: Android is GOBBLING up US mobile market