Many men should see the movie "The rape of Richard Beck", maybe the less obtuse of them may learn something from it.
466 posts • joined 9 Jun 2017
As angels, rich dudebros suck: 1 in 5 Y Combinator women tech founders say they were sexually harassed
"there can be only one"
We found you McLeod, prepare to fight!
How many email addresses do a typical nerd use?
Around 10 in my case, according to their usages.... 2 are related to my real identity.... at least I think it's my real one.... who does really know who (s)he is?
It's not an attack, it's an homage to Molotov
I heard about a danish operation to unmask all trolls and make their identity public...it hope they will succeed
"Bloomberg was misled by some in the intelligence community that wish, for their own reasons, to raise the specter of Chinese interference in the global electronics supply chain. Bloomberg could be accurately reporting an intelligence misinformation campaign."
I bet for that one, without any proof to sustain my opinion, as I don't see any one to sustain's Bloomberg one.
During this time, some people made a lot of money with this story and its consequences, it could be interesting to follow that trail.
"What a time to be alive"
You mean, compared to the times when random women were burnt for witchery, when the plague was killing one on three or when all men between 17 and 50 were sent as cattle to the Front?
IMHO, our times are not so bad to be lived, aren't they?
Google is a Martial Art Master
"Use your weaknesses as strengths"
A so-called social network down is always a good news for the Human Kind, even if the latter doesn't deserve it.
"Too much "fun" and ninja cat and not enough hard graft and data."
An accute description to describe what will be the future of public media, whatever they are
On the seventh anniversary of Steve Jobs' death, we give you 7 times he served humanity and acted as an example to others
If Big Brother is God, his architect should be a saint.
Super Micro China super spy chip super scandal: US Homeland Security, UK spies back Amazon, Apple denials
Spook, spooky and spookier
Allegations of all actors are meaningless car could be all part of a manipulation operation, coming from different origins.
For the moment, the winners of this story is clearly the US: Chinese firms are covered with shit, something that fits Trump's agenda.
Wait and prepare not to see anything valuable.
Re: You remaining folk that still run Windows...
What in all that is holy is 'kernel panic'???
The pinguinista version of BSOD.
Re: You remaining folk that still run Windows...
Having constant 'kernel panic' after trying to update a CentOS6, I feel the irony...
Bromide for Mr. Dabbs please!
And a lot of it, now! ^^
In fact, gents, we might be able to pack an entire smartphone in our schlongs
I would suggest using the vibrating mode, ringing schlongs may be not very well considered.
And now for something completely similar
Decoding the Chinese Super Micro super spy-chip super-scandal: What do we know – and who is telling the truth?
A component inside PCB layers...
... would be possible to implement but would have to be thermally very innovative: an active device like this one dissipating power into a sandwich of low-conductive fiber-glass panel would require some copper nearby or at least vias to evacuate the heat, making it more visible.
Google is blocked in China, Microsoft isn't. Does Bing incorporate the filters the chinese government wants?
I don't think so.
- these seven guys will have to have a lower profile now
- it clearly shows Russia is actively cyber-attacking western countries
- those different stories show two constant attack angles: spear-phishing and wifi. These are interesting data for IT security.
Re: Does Russia think anyone believes them?
I wonder if the Russian government actually thinks anyone believes their denials on poisoning former spies or hacking
Russians do through carefully selected and crafted information pushed to them, and it's all that matters for Putin and al.
Congrats to the Dutch Intelligence
and to the other services who tipped them.
There's no doubt Russia is hostile. What is new is that since Trumpy the Klown won the US election with a minority of votes, Russia feels free to attack Western countries without the usual precautions. Now that the US and the US-NATO relation are weak, Putin take advantage of the situation.
It's time to slap his hand and show him he went too far.
If you care about ethics don't work with SAP.
So, except checking regularly that the iDrac version doesn't change, what can a sysadmin do once the servers's IDRAC access has been well restricted?
Re: RE: Mooseman
Either let us stay in or give us our money back and buy us out
When you move out of a flat, does the landlord refund you all the money you gave to pay the rent?
Re: Of course...
It is the land of the free after all
Are we talking about Netherlands? :~
Re: Refueling Kepler
Any manned mission is going to cost a lot more than 50 million.
Why do you absolutely want to send a man there to do the job? It would be much more expensive and life-threatening. Such an operation should be made by a robotic mean
Re: Refueling Kepler
It would be cheaper and easier to just build a new telescope with the latest tech and launch that instead.
I'm not that sure about that. Kepler cost was $500 millions, TESS is around $200million. If Bezos or Musk can refuel those with unmanned vehicles for let say $50millions, it may be worth the try.
Of course, it's obvious it would be better if the ships were designed to be refueled.
Wouldn't that be worth the money?
New Zealand border cops warn travelers that without handing over electronic passwords 'You shall not pass!'
Harsh times in the Customs area
Fist fucking is also not optional.
What about pinning the CEO's balls on a board displayed on public place?
That one would be harder to escape.
Yes, we know 3Com is a name long gone from the shelves
I still see sometimes some "3com" strings coming from snmp requests to re-branded routers
Edge: the quantic browser
It's here and isn't here at the same time. You know it's on your computer but never have really experienced it.
Re: Good news
You really believe that PR BS?!?
Would you be interested in buying the Tower Bridge? I may give you a discount.
Dear Microsoft: is it really asking too much for you to just STOP FUCKING AROUND WITH THINGS THAT ALREADY WORK?
Nah, it's a tradition for Microsoft: "if it works, break it" - Aero, Office, configuration panel.... the list is a long one.
Re: "multiple issues in our code."
And ya fuckin ethics
As said FB's doorman: "Sorry, Mister, ethics are not allowed here."
Less meetings, more useful work
Productivity is rising for the last 7 hours worldwide.
FCC - Bis Repetita
Fistfucking Consumers Conscientiously.
For myself, I rarely receive robocalls. But I'm in France, a socialist-like state with a big nanny government and <insert your favorite cliché here>. Government who takes care of the problem and won't tolerate phone companies going rogue.
Make America Gink Again.
The link between Kaspersky and the Kremlin has been made by US officials only, without any evidence.
For sure, US officials would prefer anyone using US tools, it would greatly simplify their 'survey, extrat and exploit' operations.
The Trumpy the Klown Show
Explosions of laughter first, real explosions next.
Will the World survive its show? He'll do whatever necessary so it won't.
SIPRI are a bit lying. They are including in the French budget the money spent on the Gendarmerie,
Gendarmerie is part of the armed forces, Gendarmes are soldiers
This 2% GPD target is a nonsense. UK reaches this level, and Army, Air Force and Navy is crumbling, unable to intervene outside the borders without the US doing the main job.
Diverting taxpayers's money into private pockets can't be considered as an adequate mean to provide efficient military capacities - the ones that matters.
Don't these Poles deserve to be named?
Very good idea, let's them distribute as many condoms as possible. The less they will reproduce the better.
Hang 'Em High
- An exposed STRUTS server not patched
- A 10 month-old expired certificate in production
- Unencrypted names and passwords in database.
Equifax's IT has a lot to explain.
Fixing a hardware failure on Mars...
Impressive, well done.
the medicaire/medicaid budget is about as big as the defense budget.
Quite as many $ are spent to save people rather than to kill them? Impressive, but not in the way you meant.
Domestic guns killed more people in homicides in the US during the last ten years than there were US casualties for the entire Vietnam war, and many still don't see the problem...
Q. Do pesticides get into the flesh of conventional fruits and vegetables like cantaloupe, apples and cucumbers?
A. Pesticides sprayed on fruits and vegetables accumulate on the outer peel or skin, but the skin does not form an impermeable barrier, and some pesticides are actually designed to be absorbed into the tissue of the fruit or vegetable to protect it from pests that penetrate the skin to suck out the liquid inside
" the Irish government decided on a policy of a friendly business environment and low corporation tax rate in order to attract multi-national HQs to boost their economy".
It's called 'fiscal dumping'.