2285 posts • joined 18 Sep 2009
Did you mean 'reasonably manage', 'resonably control', or 'reasonably aware'?
Re: Nothing on C&C
Do you mean like the taps on the undersea fibers?
Re: missing the boat
I'm not over 50.
Re: try "tracert -h 255 22.214.171.124"
Thanks for that one. I haven't seen that one in years.
Re: That’s not a conversation you have with the spouse and kids around the dinner table."
You forgot to add " Or porn stars."
Re: I can see why he is upset
I see what you mean. Banker + Morgan Stanley = _______
Re: A bit strange...
I do wonder if credit reporting companies will be next.
Re: Sterility, the modern scourge!
You too, huh?
similar to releaseing 126.96.36.199/8
Because 188.8.131.52 instantly became a muti-gigabyte sink.
I still think their e and pi bids were just cool. And I do think they were making fun of their opposing bidders.
didn't wired or ars do an article on this last month?
I think the author located one of the businesses that had an accessible camera and called them, only to be bitched at for bringing it to their attention. IIRC, it was in a pizza joint in NJ.
EDIT: or was it nytimes.com? I don't remember.
Re: Russian Website???
Yes, but then you end up sitting and watching traffic pass sedately through an intersection in a country you'll never visit...for hours.
Re: How do you seize a database?
You do realize that jacking up Detroit would be a good thing, at this point.
I know where two of them are.
One's on the grounds of Ft. Meade, Maryland, and the other is somewhere in Utah.
Hell, let them strike, I'm sure Facebook employees can work remotely easier than most.
"I'll take that report for what it is: advertising disguised as a "press release." "
Well, if it was, it wasn't a very convincing one.
Re: "Not available in your country. Sorry."
I, for one, wouldn't mind them running all of the articles through an American-to-English* dictionary before publication.
* or, in fact, ANY dictionary.
I stopped reading at...
"Users do not much enjoy opening documents from a web browser,..." I think they meant "Users do not much enjoy opening documents in SharePoint,..."
Where did they find users with this characteristic? I've never met one, and I've been online since 1988.
When will it cross over to humans?
Re: Awards to ACs
Sorry, El Reg will only let me downvote you once. So I did.
that was an interesting twist
I can't wait to see how this turns out.
Re: That hell under paris exists!
I haven't been to Paris in ~15 years, and there wasn't so much smog back then as there were puddles of brown and yellow...
Re: It's the parents not the kids
I think you'll find that, unfortunately, its usually true.
Re: My kid?
You too, huh?
Re: Its easy to fix this "problem"
Unless they go under, right?
Re: One does wonder... or at least should wonder.
Do you really have to guess?
Re: ISP costs re: theblackhand
Cheaper for whom?
Oh, so a China simulation?
Or Turkey. Basically anywhere that has fucked up routing in an attempt to block something.
If if it was $16.5K, it ran almost 100 times faster than their in-house solution.
I thought you were kidding.
Re: 1, 2, 3, 4
You must have an censored copy.
Re: Yellow's just the thing
In the US, you can see the Sperry Rail Service cars, which performs this function, they too are yellow.
Re: Given the geographical area affected,
The Wired article points its fingers at the government of South Korea.
Re: Honeypot should already be in place
How the hell do you do that?
when is bitnami
going to publish a set of ejbca servers?
Also, because my environments (by choice or not) are running CentOS, if Bitnami has an appliance version of a package I want to deploy, I'll download it and pick it apart to see how to install it on CentOS.
Re: Learning Linux source code off by heart
You must have an exceptionally large wallet.
Re: Who designed these things?
You beat me to it.
How did the plans ever get approved to begin the construction?
You do know that movie studios can rent/lease public and private land to film, right? Didn't you see Crank? Did you think all of the people on the sidewalk were actually the general public?
What does it pay?
I could use a long European vacation.
Re: Means nothing
The system won't let me give you more than a single up-vote.
Re: "months of tortuous licence negotiations."
Aren't the ToS of GoogleBusiness accounts different? If so, it kind of breaks down your points into 1) user error or 2) user stupidity or 3) user other.
Of course that doesn't mean you're incorrect, at all.
Re: As the old joke goes
HHa HHa HHa*
* Damn, you beat me to the punch, but I had to do it anyway.
Re: Writing in Code
You do realize that vi users don't need man pages, right?
Re: They fear pirates, so what about...
I'm sure that would work just fine for the hotel industry.
Do you think it will have a mandatory $graft variable?
Re: re: My most important photographic accessory is a bullshit filter.
That should have read "I don't think that filter..."
Apparently I can't type very accurately at 3:45am.
re: My most important photographic accessory is a bullshit filter.
I don't think filter is photography-specific, at least, mine isn't.
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