Re: you can't kill someone over standard tcp/ip...
2100 posts • joined 16 Jan 2012
"Which we did not click on."
So exactly how smutty was the stuff you didn't click on?
I thought it was to protect Cliff Richard.
So it's ok to throw hunks of lead at a human, or set them on fire, or blow them up with explosives; but vaporising them with a laser is out of the question?
Glad to see that it hasn't dated in the slightest.
Get the flock out of here.
It would probably be quite trivial to not only set up a box with a familiar BT or Comcast SSID that not only provided poor service, but could also be used to slurp authentication (and other) data from the connected device.
I imagine setting up a WiFi trap like that would break a law or two somewhere. Although I once heard of a guy that got so annoyed with his neighbours sneaking onto his router that he invented the upside-down-ternet
Mostly due to dodgy flash adverts that can cripple a low-end machine.
Guaranteeing safety is going to be a difficult job. Even for Google.
Brains.... brains? Eurghhhh,,,,, Brains.
I was just thinking the exact same thing.
We're all going to be screwed when the KSP team implement re-entry properly. At the moment, you can return from the Mün and slam into Kerbal at 3 Kps with a 90 degree angle and still survive.
You're going to need a J key to LOAD games as well.
In this context, it means to hit or to strike.
It's a British thing. We use the word pop for a variety of stuff.
Ok, I'm going...
He's not even wearing a t-shirt.
Doesn't have to be that complicated. It just has to let the magic blue smoke out.
They seem pretty on the ball.
I agree. We've going to need more evidence if we're going to get to the butt of the problem.
And then four come along at once.
We're not worthy...
We're not worthy...
We're not worthy...
Down with that sort of thing!
That websites that could be used for messaging ought to be reading every single message that passes through it and then reporting on the correspondents to the authorities.
That's just absurd. Has the ISC any idea how complex it is for a computer system to glean the semantics of a message? It's hard enough for humans sometimes.
Everything does come down to poo!
I'd imagine that the two cars would be aware of each other and their location. The software would know of all the places on the road where two cars could pass safely and then the software would manoeuvre the vehicles to the nearest passing place and resolve the deadlock there.
No one needs to get rammed off the road at all.
Why is it the two lads doing all the work?
Website reports an error code of 418.
I'm applying right now. I'll let you know how I get on.
"The cause of the IT incident was the failure of the banks to have the proper controls in place to identify and manage exposure to the IT risks within their business" - The Regulator
I thought that the cause was the bank outsourcing their IT operations to people that had never seen a mainframe before.
Next we'll be seeing whole swarms of these things tearing apart ship hulks for scrap.
Prostitution is just as illegal as being a peeping tom.
I don't know why. It just is.
You might as well try kicking a Grizzly Bear in the nuts.
There's your Kickstarter pitch right there...
Like in Maximum Overdrive...
So more like searching for a needle in a needle stack then?
I think I'll wait for Space Citizen then...
Pedants would say that it's a collection of 66 books.
Must be The C Programming Language by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie
DNS censorship solved the problem of the pirate bay once and for all.
ONCE AND FOR ALL!
I'd rather watch this than Josie Cunningham any day.
Even though I finished my contract with them years ago. If they can't get simple addition right, then what chance to they have of providing a stable telephone signal?
It probably wouldn't take me too long to build one though...
I have a hard time believing that he actually built the thing.
There are hard drives that you can wipe remotely. And they will wipe themselves should they not be able to pick up a GSM signal after a certain length of time.
Putting one of these devices into a Faraday cage would actually cause the device to wipe itself.
And the red light going back and forth. How could you forget that bit?
If I already own the cartridge, then don't I already have a licence to play the game? If I want to play Pokémon LeafGreen on my phone, I'm not depriving anyone of their money if I've already bought the game.
I guess it depends on how big it is.
And if there's one thing that I hate more than anything else when I'm reading, it's someone reading over my shoulder Adobe!
There's a big problem trying to get them to open the bomb bay doors.