2045 posts • joined 18 Sep 2009
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.
EMC and federation
They suck at it.
I tried to describe it but the ratio of profanity to context got too high.
Re: The money has been followed
"Netflix has direct customers that are unhappy with their service..."
Re: At the end of the day...
What the hell is TCI?
Re: Use reset password link via email
I used to do that... Then I changed email addresses...
Is it a flaw in Kerberos or Microsoft's implementation?
Re: Anyone using any web based password manager is just an idiot.
And what good would that do me when I'm away from my desk?
News Corp? Didn't they own News of the World
I hear a kettle calling, you bastard.
What have you added to AdBlock+ to get the embedded ads in google to disappear? I tried this: google.com/aclk?sa=
but it doesn't work.
Re: Prudes, parents and pastors
Re: Perhaps people do not like porn
In detail, please.
Re: But the demanding public need to know...
Is there any other kind?
No, see my post above. A single class-action suit wouldn't hurt them as much as 4 million small-claims damage suits.
Re: If only...
I think you, and every other user of the service should take Microsoft to small-claims court. I'm sure 4 million cases would keep their attorney's busy for quite some time.
Re: How to sort out DNS problems properly
Hell, even Firefox caches DNS these days.
Re: Sahara etc
So THAT's where they come from!
Re: Be aware Surface firmware updates can be delivered later to your device....
Also beware that WSUS 2012 will reboot your servers 72 hours after the updates are installed....unless someone logs in beforehand...
I know there's a 'tree dace' joke in here somewhere.
You, AC and drunk.smile didn't come to the same conclusion
So, which name didn't return a link to the article?
you negelcted to add
...without any additional personel, at all, anywhere, ever.
Re: Radio 4 this morning.
I don't think Google misunderstood the ECJ ruling. I also think, but will let you confirm it, that only the comment was delisted, but because it doesn't have its own unique URL, that the article and everyone else's comments on it were also delisted.
The real question is whether a new site, presumably evenmorechillingeffects.org, be set up to index all of the takedown requests.
Re: It sounded like a good idea down in marketing
For enough money, you can get strippers to do just about anything.
Re: watching avidly on the tellies in their room
Buy a chromecast (or tv with similar functions) and your bed-time porn will be much more enjoyable, if only because you'll be able to use both hands.
Re: Computers are not white goods
Um....You can't buy children.
Just wait. I have a friend (the same as above) who has rheumatoid arthritis (at 32) and consequently has major problems using a mouse. I was working on her computer last week and realized that part of her problem was her 'mouse pad' which was slick on both sides, which made it slide across her desk, meaning that she had to use one hand to hold the mouse pad and the other to move the mouse. Her second problem was that her mouse's innards were coated with gunk from her desktop. I decided that it was easier for me to give her my optical mouse and buy a new one for myself, and had her put the mouse pad (ha) in the recycle bin. Even with her physical problems and hardware issues, she'd still managed to create a 250Mb powerpoint...and was only halfway done...
Re: Turn off the computer, then turn it on again...
Even worse, they just clicked on the 'close' button even though you are in 'only type/click when/where I tell you to mode' and now, to get the error message, you have to have have them start over, from the beginning, again...
It's been done:
Re: Krebs title is better
Whate shade of fraud is that?
To take it one step further, using Microsoft's latest fucked-up reasoning, Why stop at the domain level when you can simply sieze the TLD? Anyone want to make a bid on .com? What about .net? .us, anyone? Weren't they trying to do this with .cc several years ago?
Wow! I've seen that picture before but never noticed that.
I wonder if they're just moving the service to gmail.com...
Re: Initialism overload
Thanks for an acronym that I actually understand. (assuming that's an acronym)
how did you get around that?
Did you change the init line to read:
Re: God is great and Frank Herbert is his prophet.
That's what I remember from Doonesbury: "Bechtel: for the very best in infrastructure" Of course, age may be clouding my recollection.
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