61 posts • joined 16 Jul 2010
Might be: Some girls like girls.
So attacker finds saucy pictures on Alice's (who is into girls) drive, and Alice knows Carol and Diana (also into girls - note the "details on their female friends" part).
Then Bob pretends to be Alice and sends Carol and Dinah a saucy e-mail suggesting pics for pics.
Easy to compute from here.
Just guessing though.
Why not link to the original video?
Instead of linking to someones copy?
Re: 2600 want free articles too
"Oh, and send you 4 issues for your trouble."
So not exactly 'free' then?
Re: Not good news...
Hopefully, the executions will be carried out by certified executioners.
Re: kidney harvesting scheme
Yep, those ready to abduct you and cut you open to harvest your kidney will definitely check your Facebook profile beforehand, and find another victim, if you haven't given your permission.
"If that's a full charge in 5 minutes, you'll be lucky if you battery (or phone) survives for long."
The charger can't force the phone to charge faster than it's build for. Electronics in the phone takes care of that, so it'll drain 1 Ah (probably), no matter how many Ah the charger is able to deliver.
5 minutes will NOT give a full charge.
"Access LAN-linked iTunes libraries but not Nas file-shares"
Icon says it all.
Re: Pity this did not happen before
Price fixing == same price at a given time != same price all the time.
Re: Bender 4 Prez
I think you missed this part of the article:
>>"It was too good an opportunity to pass up," explained Professor Alex Halderman from the University of Michigan. "How often do you get the chance to hack a government network without the possibility of going to jail?"<<
But if you call the risk of going to jail 'a little more interesting', you are right.
So now there are one moron less on Facebook then?
Or the page uses some kind of Google service like Google Analytics.
Did you RTFA?
Yes, I can see how Photoshop "is very industry-specific" to a "firm specialising in call management software".
Probably not a new one
"If it is, Apple will send you a box in which to return the player. Six weeks later, you'll receive your replacement. Will it be a new Nano 1G or a more recent model? Apple didn't say. "
Since they need 6 weeks, it's probably not a new one, me thinks.
"And every technical word. Unless you've trained your spellchecker over many years.."
Or just used a few minutes more, to check the spelling (and to ad the words the spell checker didn't recognize), when you wrote the CV.
They are not trying to sell you anything - you are the product!
From the article:
"Indeed, Olson's database includes comments that credit The American Atlas from ACS Publications as the source for some of the historical data it contains."
"And so would using a free social media site run by a disinterested third party as the sole means to manage business relationships."
Where did s/he write that the social media would be the sole means?
If the train builders made trains that had features specifically designed to help the Nazis ship people to concentration camps (and had a power point boasting 'jew detecting features'), I probably would.
"There are far more important things to be getting on with than updating our operating systems ..."
Such as handeling malware etc . as a result of NOT keeping your operating system updated?
You are kidding, right? Right? Right?
"All movies are based on events that happened in the past, not the future."
That goes for all ScFi movies? LIke '2001: A Space Odyssey' that was released in 1968? I'm so confused right now.
(I'm using the Icon you should have chosen).
Agree on the terminal velocity thingy, but...
Probably not a lot of skydiving being done in vacuums.
No, your email messages are totally secure: Yahoo! has a copy.
It's not quite that easy
That's where the "incur years of high legal fees" comes in.
There are signatures in German Sprouts?
Lul while you can!
Som much for the test, or POC if you will.
Now we can just wait for the real deal, with fake signature and all.
Here's how tey COULD do it:
Try four times. Wait for the user to login (=post to Twitter), thus resetting the counter. Try four times. Repeat.
OR IF the user don't login, wait an hour (counter is reset after an hour according to http://support.twitter.com/entries/63510-i-m-locked-out-after-too-many-login-attempts) before trying four times again.
But, more likely, they've used a social hack or someone re-used the same password on other sites.
"After July 2001, Apple's design team never again attempted anything as daring or distinctive."
I beg to differ: That about the iMac/G4/'iLamp'?
Oh yes, them good old DOS days.
I loved DOTT. Felt so great when I had played through it, after I had been 'stuck' quite a few times. Wonder if I still have it somewhere.
The trick is to find the point where:
money made < money spend on publishing
at the time where the publication is banned from sale.
The title is required, and must contain letters and/or digits.
"A good trick, provided the resulting code still validates and still behaves properly in all target browsers (which probably includes IE6). "
Since IE6 don't support the new protocol, data for IE6 would still be transmitted 'the old way'.
"At the moment, Google Chrome is the only browser that uses SPDY on the front-end."
You really get a lot of information, if you read the article.
Title? What title?
iCloud is misleading.
How about iSilo?
The letters are digits, and must contain title and/or required.
"Truly, though why no one in PBS had the common sense to check with their IT people that the doors were locked properly beats me..."
And what did you expect the IT people to answer?
"Oh, pease don't air that documentary. We have to secure our servers first, otherwise know as 'something we should have done in the first place'"
Yep, the average user will totally do that.
Arriving in your Spam-folder anytime soon
"Click here to see Osana Bin Laden's secret porn stash. For free! (Age verification by credit card required)."
You can't just claim no one would ever find a porn stash at your house. You have to share your method of keeping it hidden.
"Police say anyone who recognises the phantom pisser can call their crimeline on 1-800-423-TIPS."
Just one digit different from 1-800-423-PISS
At least 3 antivirus/anti-adware packages?
More than one antivirus package?
You really should consider having two computers: One that you use for doing stuff, and another for running all that conflicting software.
Surely, Sony could have paid him themselves?
Sony could have made a transaction from Northern California to his account, before handing in the subpoena.
That way they can be 100% sure that they'll find a transaction that'll let them sue him in San Francisco.
So Apple finally found out how to make a white iP***
Just leave out the flash!
Never mind it has proven very usefull on my last 4 or so camera phones.
The title is required, and must contain letters and/or digits.
"It stinks to be number two in a market. Or worse, number three. But that's the position that most consumer technology companies find themselves in today,"
How is this specific for the technology market?
If there is more than two companies on the market, surely most of those companies must find themselves being number two or three? Or four or...?
I like the IT-angle on this
So the man gets a divorce and his problems are over.
But what about the poor woman? Once her identity is revealed, with a sex drive like that, how is she ever going to find another man?
(Mine is the one with the rubbers and blue pills in the pocket).
Surely, a spaceship is air- and smelltight?
So, how long?
How long before some parent sues Ford because their youngster coudn't get away from someone chasing the car (because of the parental control the parent chose to impose)?
I used that Google thingy
A racial slur used by Central and some South Americans to demean real Americans."
Works in Danish
Where "AD" means the same as "YUCK" in English, so still works for us ;o)
...can you use any ebook reader, or does it have to have 'touch screen'?
Living off ... what?
Yeha, it has probably grown by eating bugs in the computer.
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