M'dog 'us barkin'in d'yard so I shut'erin.
751 posts • joined 6 Nov 2012
Re: Unfortunately predicable
After that I always produced a PPT with the mission-critical specs to present to those with short attention spans
- When extending the reach of forklifts by lifting them with other forklifts the larger forklift should be used to lift the smaller forklift.
- Always use the side of the industrial fan that the air comes out of rather than the side it goes into when impressing coworkers by stopping the fan with your tongue.
- When driving equipment through the bay doors always make sure the bay doors are open first.
- The vending machines are heavy, try not to pull them over on yourself.
Microsoft changes DHCP to 'Dammit! Hacked! Compromised! Pwned!' Big bunch of security fixes land for Windows
Re: Disable TFTP services
I think you need it for pxe. Super-handy for installing winders, just boot a super-basic windows image over tftp, net use a location with Windows installs and run setup. The only crappy part is making sure the basic windows has the right network drivers. That and the part where you are using Windows.
Customer: We fancy changing a 25-year-old installation. C'mon, it's just one extra valve... Only wafer thin...
Eggheads want YOU to name Jupiter's five newly found moons ‒ and yeah, not so fast with Moony McMoonface
Pokemon No! Good news: You can now ban the virtual pests, er, pets to stop nerds wandering around your property
Subject: New location exclusions
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hydro-electric turbine inlets
hospital operating theatres
nuclear missile silos
automotive assembly plants
CDC research laboratories
Please get those entered in time for the batch run on Friday.
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Crypto exchange in court: It owes $190m to netizens after founder 'dies without telling anyone vault passwords'
Oh dear! Amazon's facial recognition is racist and sexist – and there's a JLaw deep fake that will make you want to tear out your eyes
Rekognition was being sold to government agencies and could be inaccurate - especially when trying to identify people with darker skin tones.
Reminds me of an episode of Better Off Ted in which they install facial recognition to activate everything from elevators to water fountains. The only problem is that the system can't see black people. Instead of admiting the system is a failure they install separate water fountains for black employees as well as designating them to specific elevators...
Forget snowmageddon, it's dropageddon in Azure SQL world: Microsoft accidentally deletes customer DBs
Whats(goes)App must come down... World in shock as Zuck decides to intertwine Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp
Miscreants sweep internet for unpatched Cisco kit, fears over bugged Chinese parts, Roger Stone nabbed...
Trump could have asked for finance before when the Republicans controlled the purse strings but he didn't, now the Democrats have control it's a national emergency?
You just want Trump on his hands and knees with someegg on his face, don't you? You can't have your cream pie and eat it too.
Al the Democrats are doing is refusing to finance a pointless vanity project which everybody knows will have zero effect on illegal border crossings.
Are you saying that the immigrants will use the back door? I don't think the back door is big enough for that, it'll be a tight squeeze.
This government shutdown has been very long and very hard. It's tempting to finger Trump, but the democrats have been plugging things up too. Hopefully they can pound something out before too long or either congress or the White House pulls out.
I can honestly see the thrust of Trump's point, though maybe foreigners penetrating into places they don't belong isn't so bad. Let's just hope that the slope isn't too slippery.
This is certainly a sticky situation and we seem so be stuck between a eock and a hard place.
Re: I can believe it!
I work for a company that sends out all their invoices in emails in a batch run every month. The procedure is thus:
1. Print the invoices
2. Scan the printed invoices
3. Email the scanned invoices
4. Bin the invoices
I showed them "print to PDF" once, but there was no interest.
The Iceman cometh, his smartwatch told the cops: Hitman jailed after gizmo links him to Brit gangland slayings
Re: @Jeffy "...AI tool Watson Workspace..."
President Joe once had a dream
The world held his hand, gave their pledge
So he told them his scheme for a savior machine
They called it the Prayer, its answer was law
Its logic stopped war, gave them food
How they adored till it cried in its boredom
Please don't believe in me, please disagree with me
Life is too easy, a plague seems quite feasible now
Or maybe a war, or I may kill you all
Don't let me stay, don't let me stay
My logic says burn so send me away
Your minds are too green, I despise all I've seen
You can't stake your lives on a savior machine
Re: Kill Windows 10 version of Start Menu
Before you've finished typing it has narrowed down the choices and normally has what you're after in the top 1-3.
Or it doesn't find it at all and instead comes up with irrelevant garbage. The funny thing is that the search works pretty well under Windows 7.
Case in point, adding a TAP adapter for OpenVPN. Under Windows 7 start search and "TAP" immediately finds "Add a new TAP virtual ethernet adapter", under 10: No results found for "TAP".
Luckily winkey+r still works (for now).