Saw an article this morning indicating that the official POTUS and similar Twitter accounts were being backed by gmail accounts.
23 posts • joined 12 Jun 2007
Re: This *was* brought up before the election
Yes it was. The coverage I was watching election night basically ended with "if only he had used two factor". Pre-election coverage included security researchers digging through things and coming to the conclusion that a Russian group phished members of the DNC out of their gmail credentials. DNC IT told the user that the message looked legit, but that they shouldn't follow the link in the message and they screwed it up. That's also how they got into Powell's account.
Whether or not Fancy Bear is part of the government or not is more of the question.
They have fireproofing in the form of sheet rock or plaster. They also are going to have multiple egresses (windows and doors).
The big issue here is that he was paying someone else. He might be able to get away with that in his own house, but not when you're paying someone else.
How does it not have Linux?
If it works on ChromeOS (which is Linux running Chrome), why wouldn't it work from a normal Chrome install on a normal Linux distro?
sudo apt-get install wmaker
For everyone saying they're going to leave Ubuntu over this, you do realize it is very simple to install a different window manager. They have almost everything.
I too think this menu is somewhat crazy, but I don't have to worry about it as I don't use Unity.
No patches for 1.3
1.3 was EOL'd over a year ago. You should have been moving to something newer at least two years ago.
No data centers
Netflix is on Amazon's infrastructure.
But it won't trickle necessarily
The thing has a 5.5 hour life on it according to the article. It takes longer than an hour to charge up via the wall, and I know it has a 2 amp output from the wall. On a .5 amp standard USB connection it will be discharging while playing video. This would confuse most consumers. Yes, we would like to have it to trickle normally, and slow down drain, but the average person would be upset their unit isn't charging.
Not open source
Android 3 isn't open source and is going to require items this unit doesn't have. No doubt Archos is working on the next generation of players that can support some of these items and will run the next version of Android. Just expect to see it north of $400 unsubsidized. I picked this up for $230 off of a Newegg sale.
It's power hungry
The wall charger provides 2amps to the battery to charge. Most USB connections are going to top out at 500 milliamp. Gomadic offers adapters for their system for the Archos devices. They at least provide 1 amp output, which would help. Going over USB would just be a trickle charge, if that.
In the US you can buy lifetime service for a particular device. This should at least get you program guide updates for as long as the device is running. Anyone with that service has the right to be upset.
Why use the slow EC2?
I mean really. The high end nVidia cards using CUDA can do 2 billion md5's per second. That comes out to over 7 trillion per hour. For a grand in graphics cards (SLI) you can do 14 trillion md5s in an hour. SHA's and better will slow it down some, but it is far quicker than the measly 9.3 billion per hour that his software is calculated to use. In under 16 hours you can brute force an 8 character alpha-numeric md5 with SLI.
Why should they slash sales? You do realize that efficiency is part of life? Every company is doing more with less. This, however, frees up workers to do other tasks. It's required for growth. Things are rough right now, so finding a different job may be a very tough task for these individuals. However, if Intel did not lay off people, they may end up like Circuit City and laying EVERYONE off.
This already exists
This sort of thing already exists. Those apple people certainly aren't hunters. Some gloves are too big to fit through smaller trigger gloves. So these gloves allow the shooter to take out the trigger finger to shoot.
Nice to see France try to control how businesses outside of their jurisdiction do business.
Re: Wasn't it settled?
I thought it was due to the fact that Mars does not have a magnetic field. The solar wind is stripping away its atmosphere as a result.
Outlaw the junk calls
In the US, I think it is illegal to make unsolicited calls to a cell phone, as we do pay for incoming calls as well.
Ceres is not a plutoid
To be a Plutoid you have to be outside of Neptunes orbit, or mostly outside I guess (in the case of Pluto). Therefore Ceres does not qualify as it is between Mars and Jupiter. It's all about the location in the solar system.
What about your CO2?
You'll be expelling more CO2 due to the required exertion to charge it up. How does that compare to a power plant? What if your power comes from hydro or wind? Then you would spewing more CO2 doing it yourself.
Yes, us lucky Americans. I can pick up a PS3 for £245.00. Never mind I only get paid £20,000/year. Kind of makes your £349 look to be a pretty good deal, as I'm sure my $40,000/year job would be £40,000 in a similar environment over there. The cost of living is higher in Europe than in the US. These companies employ people in the local countries, and they expect to get paid according to the local economies.
FAA rules state 8 hours
FAA rules for flying is no alcohol consumption 8 hours before flight. And even then the BAC needs to be 0.04 or less. This would probably apply to the mission commander and pilot.
In the US
TorrentSpy.com is owned by entities in the US. That puts them under US law.
owner-organization: Sharestream, Ltd
owner-street: PO Box 556 Hunkins Plaza
Prosecutors? What prosecutors?
"So they don't want information that is actually useful for the prosecutors ... YET"
Prosecutors implies criminal charges. While copyright theft is illegal, it's always pursued in civil courts. How else would they make money?