Re: If one reads between the lines
Here you go: Why You Should Never Use MongoDB
14722 posts • joined 3 Jun 2008
...because evewryone needs a JSON cache in front of their actual database.
THE BOOK OF THE MOVIE OF THE SOUNDTRACK OF THE EPIC OPERA OF CORPY APPLE AND THE HOLY GIMMICK
By Sir Johnny (Jony?) Ive (Yves?), designer famous for being designer at Corpy Apple.
Contains real ashes of Steve Jobs!
No longer uses medieval binding, now held together at the spine by special Apple Glue!
That problem seems insurmountable.
It's all about trust, really (and a bit of electronic signatures, but mainly trust).
...and that is who?
.... that Lenovo Superfish thing.
Maybe more devices need scrutiny. China wants to win too hard.
Let's talk about Kim Kardashian and the latest gossip on Trump.
just good old-fashioned capitalism at work.
Only if the customer doesn't care. Honest-to-God "Capitalism" is, after all, about selling stuff that the customer actually wants to pay for. (as opposed to the new model Corporatism : An Unholy Cancerous Fusion of Corporations with Government / Central Bank / Wall Street where everyone sucks each other's dick till the music stops due to lack of resources to prey on)
If you find yourself with an OS you haven't paid for - you should maybe question why it was free.
What does Windows 10 have to do with this?
This article needs to be illustrated with Gloriously Smug Chinese Cartoon Girl!
Everything in a salvaged building belongs to the salvage company, apart from intact safes.
I don't understand.
Are there fierce "gun control" (aka population disarmement / victim training) laws in NZ?
There won't be a drough.
Shenzen MUST generate stuff. There's CAPEX to pay off.
Ranjit Atwal, research director at Gartner, said demand for PCs outstripping supply was a good sign for the market – sales have dropped year-on-year in each full quarter of 2016.
I don't know whether doofosity is a prerequisite for becoming "research director" (it sure helps), but that kind of statement takes the effing biscuit. But maybe he is the EVIL Research Director (ERD).
"Sales have dropped" AND "Demand outstripping PC" implies "The Contradiction"
"PC component inventory levels have been at a low given the market weakness. This could either be a sign of short-term adjustment or more significantly point to long-term stability of the PC market around business demand for Windows 10 products," he added.
Random words strung together to generate a semblance of meaning.
"Invade the Universe, Invite the Universe ... Impregnate the Universe"
Inb4 "Mars Lives Matter"
It takes at least 10 and possibly up to 10,000 times longer on Mars to reach the same levels of rust formation than in the driest deserts on Earth and points to the present-day extreme aridity that has persisted on Mars for millions of years.
That's damned dry!
"seeing an influx of liberal users"
That must the american "liberals". Don't give a rat's arse about jackbooted entry as long as the "democrat" is in da house. But once the wind changes, hysterical tweeting ensues from undisclosed Starbucks locations (seriously, liberal tweets and printed commentary these day is best enjoyed with a liberal dose of Yakety Sax).
To cite John Derbyshire who cites someone from The Imperial Capital:
There are few in my zip code with whom I could share the joy of this moment. I can report that the apparatchiks are all walking around dazed and despondent, like Japanese schoolkids who have just heard the emperor announce the capitulation on the radio.
> "Not only does the bartering of goods (including foodstuffs) and services happen every day in the US"
> USA HAD laws to prohibit that introduced by FDR during the war for obvious reasons.
The only "obvious reason" is the enslavement of the population. Unless one is a complete retard in all matter economics as FDR was but wants to take decisions anyway. Fucking dirtbag, that guy.
Tom Paine says > "What's your password, then?"
Completely confusing privacy and knowledge. So FAIL.
Of course, as technology improves, knowledge coupled to more and more powerful tools will have more and more powerful, long-range effects.
We won't be able to NOT tightly control virus assembly mechanisms in the long run...
Larry Niven wrote about the ARM (Amalgamated Regional Militia) as enforcer of tech misuse.
This will be needed at some point.
But the Bureau of Sabotage is needed now, we are long past the point where gigantic kicks have to be given to political and governmental organizations.
It would be just like politics. We don't want that!
A recent piece of research explained that gamers are much more likely to have lucid dreams than non-gamers, which might explain it.
I think it also becomes easier the older you get.
After all, you have dreamt it all before and know it's just structuring scenarios.
He discovered it by deleting a single line of code from a Microsoft patch.
I don't understand how this leads to an exploit?
Aren't we trying to solve deployment and management problems mostly?
This could be solved very well with desktops. Just generate an image every morning, pump it to the desktop, possibly into a virtual shell layerd on top of the desktop changing hardware, voilà the user is set up for the day. In the evening pull out any configuration, centralize saved files, clean up etc, then blow the desktop away.
If necessary, user calls up Mission Control, which generates a new image from a menu as directed by user requests.
It would be nice. Can't be done with Windows Endpoint Messmaker though.
So .... the possibility of bondage gear with additional porn view capabilities is practically writing itself...
What? Someone would actually pay for a palm-sized computer with radio IP connectivity, integrated power and not unserious prcessing power on every single bullshit item that generally is far less worth than said computer?
A likely story.
Ignore at your own risk.
You, sir, are a fool. And probably a youthful one.
LISTEN TO ME, I tell you. Do not repeat my mistakes!
(Winter is coming etc.)
I don't know how "agile" my own methodology is but I find that writing unit tests is a great way of kicking the tyres and reflecting upon the design.
Unit testing has nothing to do with "agile", not even with testing. It has to do with development.
Anyone who doesn't write unit tests is a knave and a fool and should be railroaded out of the building.
> Flash is outdated after I've just upgraded Flash...
There is a Gödelian Incompleteness Theorem in there somewhere but I just can't put my fingers on it...
... but underneath there is a toxic wasteland.
Speaking of toxic wasteland, the regmedia stream widget still doesn't work on Linux+Firefox, maybe someone can wave a dead chicken over it?
You bastards! You scallywags!
As the saying goes, “Our prices discriminate, so we don’t have to.”
Now there will be finally cross-pollination between suburban "white flight" people, inner city blacks, latino barrios, asian enclaves and jewish neighborhoods.
Multicultural unicorns will be racing across a sky of rainbows.
No wait... it's just progressive bullshit and cargo cultism.
How does it work? Is it an ion drive? Does it push against the solar wind? Or is the "EM drive" that "NASA is testing"? (In which case, failure awaits at 99.999% likelihood)
> At 1G acceleration the moon is less than 2 hours away.
You ain't gonna get 1G acceleration for 2h no matter what.
But AI has no tits (except in Japan).
When I read the headline, the first thought was "who is this Al they are talking about?"
> The problem is the internet protocols.
I don't understand the "constant time" thing.
Shurely you want to have a "done before time x" constraint?
Constant time is for the simplest "fall-down-from-top-to-bottom" algorithms or for the magic world of mathematics.
We like to make fun of preening vendors and we know about the real world, too.
Anyone who truly understands complex IT environments and all the inter-dependencies and possible points of failure are not commenting on this b/c they know that what EMC is saying is all too plausible.
You know, there is a deep problem if vendors says that "the system may fail in spite of best efforts because of high complexity". We are deep in self-defeat terrain here, basically hanging in Moscow with Napoleon during winter and someone is putting the buildings on fire....
... and you have to pay for it.
So how is King's College doing?
> God Emperor
Trump has a carapce of sandtrout and is some weird muslim admixture of space zen buddhism?
> "Republicans use Sexism and Racism to hide the impact of Reaganomics"
Definitely left wing. The existence of Obama 1/2 and Clinton 1/2 are as rumored as the one of Highlander II.
Actually in "A Deepness in the Sky" aliens (that is, us) try to take over a world (the alien world) by subverting the automation of the alien civilization from orbit.
One of the protagonists (Pham Nuven) also reminisces about an event in which he participated in a planetary police mission because the local fascist bastard govnmt had transformed all the gear from Furby to Phone into surveillance and enforcement tools.
Plus, Pham wins the day by using circuitry built surreptitiously into every nano processor since, like, forever, that only he knows how to control (because he is a survivor of another age) ... using hand gestures (see also: crazy prepared)
" Scientists behind the product point to studies that say the overuse of wireless technology could cause harmful heath effects."
"Out for a quick buck"
ALL of them!
MWAHAHAHAHAH! (Evil Thunder!!)
Speak for yourself!
Allegedly the US are already testing it on their X-37B unmanned space-plane, and the Chinese have a version on Tiangong-2.
Why would they lift a pressurized water reactor into orbit to push clippy around??
thing is bigger than a cubesat, especially with the power source and the radiator...
The upvote train is now arriving at the station.
They have MOMENTUM!
"a state-sponsored hackers"
So how did Yahoo know about the a state-sponsored hackers thing? Was the "state sponsored" IPV4 bit set?
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