Re: I'm fairly certain there is one patch ...
> I'll go with January 1st 2019 ...
Probably more like 19 January, 2038. Fucking Millennialists.
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> I'll go with January 1st 2019 ...
Probably more like 19 January, 2038. Fucking Millennialists.
> sudo apt-get --annual purge -- follow-rabbit-hole --redpill gnome-exe-thumbnailer
just like the oranges.
(disclaimer: I have no idea about how their juicer works)
> Eel used in sushi is cooked.
As are (almost?) all freshwater fish, though for a different reason: freshwater parasites find us acceptable hosts, too. Don't know why salmon is an exception. Maybe it doesn't spend long enough in fresh water, or maybe just because precautions are taken (flash freezing for 48hrs or whatever; there's no such thing as sushi/sashimi-grade raw fish, just proper processing, btw).
Should do, because the DBD "middleware" (which is where the bug lies) talks to both mariadb and mysql using the same API.
So long as it's not Brockian Ultra-Cricket, I'm game.
Awkwardly seguing back to chromatic aberration (and relevance to the article, via gravity's rainbow, perhaps?) with
skip down to "cube illusion"
> "El Reg reached out to Microsoft for comment. No word so far."
Fucking "reached out". Fucking idiots. You are not brainless zombies (I hope) so stop pretending that you are and use your Broca's and Wernicke's areas instead of "reaching out" for a brain-based snack.
Because you, Mr. Poettering, have just done the opposite. But of course, it's OK because you did it.
Yeah, but you can get models that don't have this area populated. You're quite justified in sticking a female header (or even a bendy one!) if you like.
> How does a force balance a mass?
The equation is F = ma, or "force is mass times acceleration". The balancing acceleration you're looking at is gravity, so you get F (expressed in Newtons) = mg (kg . metres per second per second = kg . m / s2).
When are our legislators going to declare war on rust? Rust never sleeps, and neither should we. Someone should do something! It's a travesty!
I shifted to voicing this in my head to sound like an overeager game show host. Come on down! Systemd, you're a winner! Remember, you can't get these prizes anywhere else, because, systemd, there is no other game in town! Applause! That's right. Yeah!
A story I heard on the radio in Ireland. A certain station master was responsible for making reports to head office whenever there was a train accident or derailment. Had something of a literary bent, it seems, because his reports ran into several pages of quite descriptive prose about the ins and outs of the incidents and the actions taken to get things back on track.
Head office got a bit pissed off with the length of his reports and asked him to be a bit more to the point. The station master complied, and the next time there was a derailment (in 1921), his report simply stated: "Off again. On again. Gone again. Flanagan"
That was my first thought. My second is to only allow password-less logins via the MP creating a public/private key pair and handing over the public key to the IT guys in a controlled setting.
Works fine for ssh (where I can upload my key and store it in the authorized_keys file, then disable login via a password), so I'm pretty sure that it should work for TLS/SSL as well (and is apparently resistant to MITM, with ssh, at least). You might have a bit more work to do with regard revocation of an authorised login key, but that's par for the course.
Should be "Trump 'claims'"
Using "admits" suggests truthfulness on the part of the person who made the statement.
Gallium Arsenide? Guests as a Service? Gas as a Service (Grace ala Soylent)? Gateaux as a Service (with simultaneous option of eating and having)?
Ah, it's "Government as a Service".
You mean that song with a list of non-ironic things interspersed with a refrain of "Isn't it ironic?"
No, Alanis, it is/they are not.
every programme seemed to revolve around how technology would destroy the world.
And we didn't listen! <fist shake>
Funny. I watch it on FreeSat and I don't have a licence. I live in the RoI, and I guess that many Europeans can pick up the same signal without paying anything. Same with C4, which also gets some of the licence fee, AIUI.
Raspberries are already sour ("sauer" being the German for "acid[ic]")
You mean "change your default password".
You mean "pi". (yes, I used "logical" quoting there)
Well, if she wants her own May-style folly, bring it on. Hubris has no borders.
Living and non-living things keep exchanging properties.
> Ulster Unionists != DUP
You mean "Ulster Unionist Party" != "Democratic Unionist Party"
Being picky "Ulster unionists" is probably the better correction here. Just giving the OP the benefit of the doubt, here.
But if it's the other side, if it is Trump who has the recordings, then why not release them? He's clearly not one for keeping quiet about anything he thinks might make him look good or might sound "heroic", no matter how much it actually backfires.
Dougal: Actually, Ted, you've done this to me before, so I took the liberty of taping the conversation
Now, we'll just have a listen...
(starts tape) "..."
Dougal: I stand corrected
This is going to be that "let's hope Professor Rickson meets with a little accident" all over again.
> Some of the really sneaky ones don't even use proper letters
Trust the Antipodeans to support this sort of thing.
Oh, wait. I think I was confusing it with Vegemite.
I seem to have fallen down a rabbit hole.
> Encryption = mathematics + a tiny bit of programming
I'm probably as smart as the next guy (or even more so), but I could never get my head around Galois field extensions in AES.
Still, I can always download the free libs ...
I suggest tactical voting: pick whichever local candidate is most likely to prevent hollow May from getting a working majority.
Strong and Stable my arse. Don't you think she looks tired?
Go and vote!
use of 'xhost +' or 'rsh' considered dangerous, perhaps?
I think that you'll find that it's "someone's karma ran over his dogma"
The way to look at this is to calculate the margin of error for this sample.
The sample size is 2692+2128 = 4820
We calculate the 95% margin for error as 1.96 * sqrt(0.5 * (1.0 - 0.5) / 4820) (footnote)
This gives 0.0141157044469341 which says that 95% of the time, the expected number of women will be within 50 +/- 1.412%. This translates to a range of 4820/2 +/- 68 people, or [2342,2482]. The value 2,128 is outside this range so all we can say is that using a 95% confidence interval, the assertion that males and females are equally represented (p=0.5) is not supported by the sample.
Chi-squared is slightly different since it's a measure of fit of a set of individual observations to the expected, but the above is effectively its application to the average case (ie, it ignores the spread of individual samples). Neither provides a measure of how unrealistic/unexpected the result [set] is, as Vaidotas Zemlys has pointed out.
Yeah. I came comment along the same lines... Where's the Florida tag? That's a thing, right?
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Makes for pretty chilling reading:
I notice that any article that mentions Cambridge Analytica over at the Graun has a new note at the top stating:
This article is the subject of separate legal complaints on behalf of Cambridge Analytica LLC [and SCL Elections Limited, and Sophie Schmidt.]
(the "and" bit might vary across articles, but you get the gist)
While spending over campaign limits because Facebook and so on aren't covered by regulations is one thing, the use of targeted ads that use bulk, aggregated data about individuals is what's really scary. The fact that this also seems to be done outside the EU, and so isn't subject to privacy laws should be giving everyone cause for concern.
I set up ipv6 recently, over a Hurricane Electric tunnel. I'm in Ireland and I picked a tunnel endpoint in England. I could have picked Ireland or Holland or anywhere, really. However, whichever one I picked, it would have fucked up a perfectly valid and legal Netflix subscription because they consider me as being someone who's using a proxy to defeat their region locks. Bit of a sledgehammer approach.
I can understand the old processes involved in setting up contracts for regional distribution of films and such, but seriously, in this day and age with so much old content and internet-based delivery, why should we still have geoblocking on so much stuff? The argument about promotion and localisation in each region is bogus so long as the channel provider is still counting eyeballs and paying up as they should. I don't need to see promo material for shit that I watch. I just want to be able to watch shit and have the channel make sure that the content creators get paid. Sort of like a FRAND for consumable digital content. Is that so hard?
Hard to imagine there would be any services out there that would be IPv6 only.
The biggest plus for home users, as far as I can see, is that if you want to run servers from your home network, then going ipv4 means that you need a static ipv4 address which costs more. If you have native ipv6 and a reasonable amount of tech knowledge you can partition your network and transition from an ipv4-style DMZ into the equivalent ipv6 version. So, all those family-shared photos can go straight to your secure ftp/webdav server instead of Facebook or other cloud servers.
I'm pretty sure that a big factor in ISPs not supporting ipv6 is that they realise that it means that they won't be able to charge extra for static IPs. That, and not wanting to spend money on staff training.
Surely that should be AAAA? We are still talking about ipv6, no?
Is the root of all evil
Johnny's in the basement, mixing up the medicine
I'm on the pavement, thinkin' bout government ...
... bad bill ... wants to get it paid off ...
Hmm. I read it as meaning that the aether is thixotropic . You never know... dark matter (or maybe dark aether) may end up being anti-thixotropic, solving lots of conundra.
<aside>Igor, pass me my ergometer!</aside>
And remember TWAIN, for digital cameras? That's "Thing Without An Interesting Acronym"
(I always thought the M in PCMCIA was "reMember"...)
Um, aren't Java and C++ both statically typed? (Sure, C++ still has raw pointers and casting, but still...)
"fire" "movement" ... maybe "telepyretic" (causing fire at a distance)?
systemd'oh! DNS lib underscore bug bites everyone's favorite init tool, blanks Netflix
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