Re: No surprise at all
2791 posts • joined 18 Sep 2009
I favor a different approach. If you offer me money for something that I shouldn't give you, and the money is 'enough,' then I'll show up to make the transfer after picking up some folks from corporate security and the local police. BTW, I will be keeping the money.
Did you really suggest that that 'we need to reboot now' window is going to steal focus from the game he's playing? Don't tell me Microsoft hasn't fixed this yet.
Hell, I swear at my Win7 system at least once per day.
If you're a sysadmin, you don't need to play drinking games, you know how to do it already.
The airlines want the seats filled. Similarly, the cruise lines want all of the cabins booked.
I'd love to watch Gartner put tech in a blender to generate reports like this...not.
I thought it was just me having that problem.
I was going to say the same thing. My banking password is long, complicated and a bitch to type, so I never type it. Can this method identify my computer/OS because I cut and paste the password?
Oh, gee, thanks. I'm sure I would sleep better at night if you hadn't said that.
"We live in a dangerous world. We continue to face grave security threats like terrorism, cyber-attacks, and nuclear proliferation that our intelligence community must have all the lawful tools it needs to address," Monaco offered.
The world has always been dangerous. They may be lawful tools, but they weren't used in a lawful manner.
I shouldn't call him ijit pie, but please.
As far as the difference between telco and internet:
telelphone number = ip addresses and mac addresses
audio = everything else
Looks simple to me.
/quote The issue came to a head when the popular Gnu Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) pulled its code from the site, saying it was no longer "a useful and trustworthy place to develop and host FLOSS applications."
As has been stated above (and probably will be below.)
Just email the pdf to the ceo and I'm sure she'll read it.
If they don't out Brian Krebs, who says he's been a member for quite some time, then they're just fooling themselves.
And....You're late for whatever it was that you ordered the vehicle.
Don't hold your breath...
I've only been in IT for 27 years, and I think I'd be better at it if I were better at math.
I only failed Calculus II 5 times before giving up...
Please just delete the API. I'd prefer that my browsing experience not be like using a Terminet 1200 connected via modem to a DPS-8/47, thank you.
I can't upvote you enough, so have an extra thumbs up.
What does this take? A single-user license from each AV company with their software loaded onto a series of minimal VMs, each with a writeable network share, and a scheduled task to scan that share every 10 minutes.....and a machine to do the distribution?
Please tell me I'm wrong.
Will audio from his synthesizer be available as well?
I need to listen to Division Bell again.
Mine's an 8080 mod 1 (1Mhz)
Why only nearby? I would think that you could send the same 'turn left hard and then brake' command to every single one of them.
The 'preferred' applicant was a voting member of one of the committees that voted on both applications.
What if that Explorer had this system?
Is is used in busses? Is it called a BUS Bus?
No user on the Sprint nework runs a proxy server, do they?
Why bother going after a specific vehicle? Why not just disable the brakes on ALL of them.
Thanks, I've added that to my Lovecraft collection.
Montag, Dienstag, Mittwoch, Donnerstag, Frietag, Samstag, Sonntag.....nope, no 'y's at all.
Is this why most, if not all, browsers now throttle background tabs which makes using tabs unusable for anything except text pages?
Some web pages only render one screen at a time (ok, plus 1/2 of a screen above and below). tumblr and google images are semi-good examples. Both of these sites will kill my Firefox on Fedora after scrolling through 10 to 20 pages.
To combine both lists.
Its only of 'great concern' because NIST employees are supposed to know bettern than to blow themselves up (or let their labs blow up without them)
I was thinking AT&T...
5) other non-Windows acquisitions.
If they took all of that money and instead spent it fixing Windows, we'd all be better off.
Is the author or Trustwire responsible for referring to weaknesses as vulnerabilities?
I had to look up CWE.
Why would they need a copy, wouldn't an has be smaller by at least 2.5k times.
Have any of the documents shown that they charged 'oppressive' régimes more than (ha!) other régimes for the same kit?
And I have had some very interesting conversations with my girlfriend's passenger seat.
Do you want to go back and read that again? They aren't alleged terrorists, but alleged cheaters.
Dear Apple, I have a bat with spikes if you need to borrow one.
"Native advertising. Harder for those pesky ad-blockers to filter out."
I don't know whether to upvote you, for being spot-on, or downvote the idea, for the same reason.
"One third of the roughly 1,500 applications for new internet top-level domains were for brand names – including many of the world's biggest brand names: IBM, Heinz, Lego, Ferrari, Intel, and of course Google."
"and of course Google." belies the fact that Google bought .google with a rider that says it won't sell .google domain names to anyone.
I hope the company that paid for dominos.pizza bring this point up.
Hell, the Californians don't handle that too well either.
What is a zero-hour contract?
Is that where they pay you for just signing your name?
Maybe his pride was too big to swallow?