2113 posts • joined 18 Sep 2009
Re: From the pics...
I can just see (and hear) Christopher Walken wearing one of these. (Hint, it won't matter what's being desplayed, you'll get what he wants to give you)
I think you mean "If it hadn't have been a Russian bank they might have been ignored."
Red Hat to Wall Street: I came here to chew FeedHenry and kick some ass. And I'm all out of FeedHenry
this was a press conference...
So shouldn't it have been rpm -iv
very insightful observation, Ali.
"Either that or they've got something better to do."
He must be married.
Technically, you don't have to /share/ anything with 4chan, you just have to create it.
Re: I find it's actually safer...
If you have cruise control, changing clothes while doing 75mph is easy. Without cruise, your speed will fall, so you should change on a downhill stretch.
When I had a T9 Nokia, I could send a text message without looking at the phone. I've also driven from Atlanta to Dallas without logging out of a chatroom, but at 7 miles per sentence, I wasn't very active.
"Much of the key management and rotation can be done by machines with little human interaction."
Where can I find unbiased information on this subject?
I was going to pose the same question
What if row one of my spreadsheet is /my/ guess at my competitor's sales figures.....will Watson correct them for me?
You may need a keyboard with 101 escape keys.
Surely that's supposed to be 192.168.1.1, or the trojan is wasting its time.
Who cares? The real question is can they override the controller's invisible watermarking.
Actually, I'd like to see it run Crysis because I've never seen the game before.
heading to buy my copy now
This'll be one to put on the coffee table, along with Sorayama.
Re: Bom bom bomb!
Why, Phil? Do you have one with his name on it too?
-- seriously, this is a JOKE.
Re: I'm getting stabbed...
That's not true. This exploit would be like beating your attacker to death with the knife handle while the blade is stuck in your chest.
it's not exactly expected to wipe out life as we know it.
Damn. That's all I have to say.
Re: Funny or money
Who? I know you aren't referring to Eugene McCarthy.
Re: The real question...
Why not call them and ask?
Re: Not as big a problem as it looks
I'm in the same boat; loads of experience in systems from embedded to mainframe, but I'm not ready to flash my nook. Currently, I simply don't install apps that don't have any need for permissions, but ask for them.
As an aside, can someone comment on the number of ads that have to be shown in-app before the author would break even if the app was $1.00 in the app store?
Re: A question and a kudo
Why would it have to be tested under German law? They'd be asking for data stored in the U.S.A., so the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling would be the only one that matters...
This isn't a slippery slope, this slope is vertical and coated with teflon.
why not switch to https ?
Surely that would bypass the caching servers.
what's the difference?
<beginquote> Would they label you a pirate? No.
What they are saying, however, is that if you are using a VPN so much and with high dl/ul then you should be flagged for further scrutiny, so the precise use of your VPN(s) can be ascertained.
Until such time as the usage can be shown to be legitimate, it will be considered suspicious. <endquote>
What's the difference between being 'labeled a pirate' and being 'considered suspicious'?
re: DEBIT cards
Of course, enough information was obtained to allow the new users of the card data to reset the PINs (from Krebs' latest post on this breach)
I only use cash, and that's exposed me to two fake $20s and very badly faked $10. It was 3am at QT and I'm sure the clerk knew it was fake.
Re: Thanks Weekend Edition
You did respond "usually," right?
Re: "will consider the suit seriously"
Yes, The New Turtle, we do.
Actually, all they'd need is access to your bank login and your email account that you associated with it, and depending on the bank, they'd then be able to change your phone number, reply to the change email (log in to complete, etc) and then they'd be able to empty your account before you check that SMS when you wake up the next morning.
Face it, we're never going to win (those of us who play by the rules)
Re: Some truth to some of what they say
There's a site for that: http://plaintextoffenders.com
Re: I just use...
That's because your entering a 12 character password absolves them of responsibility for the transaction.
Well played, sir.
As far as the left-handedness goes, was that for the U.K. market, or will righties like me simply not be able to use it well?
Won't they just stop using it? I'm not sure if that's a good thing out a bad thing.
Re: Winter is Coming!!!
That would be a support center that speaks my language*.
* - The same, I think, would apply to you folks in Europe, Asia and elsewhere.
you can study buzzed
I wonder if Mike Beebe has anything to do with it.
Re: Art or Design?
cart before the horse?
I think the researchers have never done anything mindlessly repetitve in their lives. I think that if they had to cut animal skins or treebark into similar pieces, they'd hold it up against the wall and run their flint knife down the groove, over and over again.
Either that, or they were trying to teach their offspring to count and only ever got to 1.
But its only transparent if they tell you why your app has been rejected.
If they just reject it....well I think that's just stupid. If they're going to reject it for a limited set of reasons, why can't they make the rejection picker multple-choice?
Re: Just a covers band; look out for their take on "Jailhouse Rock"
I hope so.
My girlfriend got a new card after the Target breach...I guess she's going to get another one.
Me, I just have to go to the bank every two weeks to withdraw cash...
Re: I would take the really old one by choice.
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.
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