Kinda macabre, but alright
Just one of the many fun things you can do with roadkill in Georgia
237 posts • joined 26 Jan 2018
Just one of the many fun things you can do with roadkill in Georgia
Darn, somebody secured the keys to the cloud, in the cloud.
Anybody got a cloudy coat hanger?
EMC purchases VMware @ $625 million in 2003. Vmware, now estimated to be worth $48 Billion.
Assuming she still owns some shares, why are you working again?
The power to control "space" goes no further than a bureaucrat's keyboard.
Results can now be displayed in units of "close enough".
I expect nothing worse than how we manage things thrown in the ocean.
...Chief "Iron Eyes Cody" looks to the sky and feels another tear role down his face.
Sometimes your moral AV software goes awry and deletes a neighbor.
Unfortunate, but from now on that neighbor is whitelisted.
Leaders of large numbers don't need to know all the details, that's for middle management. High ranking folk focus on the big picture.
A picture so BIG apparently usb sticks, computers, IoT devices are quantum particles, which can't be observed without meddling with the desired result.
...China's relations with US allies, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and North Korea
A North Korean Ally, I guess from a Trump point of view.
The DMZ and Nuclear threats must just maintain happy fences.
Hmm.. But we already have an international law to address this (Universal Declaration of Human Rights).
Article 12 states: No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honor and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.
Good thing the international community takes these violations seriously... i.e. don't expect reparations or even an apology.
An agency like a car in disrepair:
Bad tires, cracked windshield, smokey exhaust. But hey, they fixed those.
In another year they'll fix the failing brakes and maybe that burning smell.
OPM Data commutes with no fear.
"Autopilot system should only be used when the driver is driving with hands on the wheel. "
Autopilot, as we came to know it originally, implies "hands-off" assistance. Now in Tesla speak it comes to mean automated with hands on participation. A student driver doesn't drive with their instructor's hands on the wheel, yet the Tesla Autopilot can't be trusted for even a moment.
Maybe this "feature" is just introducing a new way to fail horrendously.
Oddly, Douglas never saw the movie for which he is lauded so much praise.
Kubrick didn't give him any context for the character of Hal, his lines were added at the last minute and took just a day and a half to finish, and after completing the work Douglas felt it was a load of rubbish.
Douglas loved performing complex Shakespearean characters. The part of Hal was a bit too cold and simplistic for his preference, but ultimately that smooth void of creepiness worked well in the film.
Somewhere both Douglas Rain and Alec Guinness are smirking it up as to how? they ended up best remembered as sci-fi characters.
Simply sprinkle some Reese's Pieces in your backyard.
Friendly Extra Terrestrials are soon to follow.
A storage amusement park! (Six Flags Commercial)
Mosquitoes use a little local anesthetic to numb their victims before taking their meal.
Google wants the abusive websites to do the same.
Many more people will need to get paid, before there's a need to figure this out.
We've traveled 6.4 billion miles and haven't passed even one hydrazine gas station!
Give a Man a Fish, and You Feed Him for a Day.
Tether a Man to your cloud, and You Feed on Him indefinitely.
Kudos to Facebook for leaking information purposely intended to be shared.
Maybe more appropriately, Microsoft Orifice
As in "I put my trust and data in Microsoft Orifice 365 and encountered a cloud of stink"
Shasta + DoE = New innovative energy drinks
Inspired by previous comments, "the cloud" really is more like "the fog".
Effectively surrounded and blinded to any trouble within.
In time the FCC will feel obligated to regulate the 85-255 Hz ( frequency of the human voice ).
There are a quite a few countries willing to suppress the unlicensed pirates.
Hackable vulnerabilities, that could force you to migrate to the eternal cloud.
I'm adding Red Hat employees to next Sunday's prayer list.
Something is making them feel blue.
IPv6 and SystemD: Forced industry standard diseases that requires most of us to bite our lips and bear it.
Fortunately, IPv6 by lack of adopted use, limits the scope of this bug.
"Facebook's ballooning safety and security group, now at about 20,000 people"
Wow, that is slightly larger than the number of people on the US Border Patrol.
...Too bad both jobs are restrained in being too effective.
Peppermint oil, vinegar, diatomaceous earth, horse chestnuts, cleaning your house
Spiders love hydrocarbons (flammable fluids). Flame throwers likely will only attract more to stop by.
Apparently Google believes inappropriately acquired oral servicing costs, (150-90) 60 million.
For lesser employees (like the other 48), if you can't pay that amount, I guess you just get fired.
My NFL Football team has lost the last couple of weeks.
Could it be because the other teams knew better, than to allow updates on their sideline Surface Tablets?
Bill Belichick doesn't use the things, yet his team has gone on a winning streak ...hmm
When I start hearing my existing Oracle customer colleagues happy about being Oracle customers, I will buy into the Kool-aid.
The meaning and is important, but don't discount the needlessly complex writing(or opaque writing style) shoved in there to obfuscate the real meaning to anyone but the anointed few.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse, yet it is allowed to be routinely transcribed in a cloud of pompous gobbledygook.
Even the politicians who vote for these laws are not held accountable to read and understand it beforehand.
The ambiguity is largely build-in with poor simple explanations. The courts are then tasked with making sense of it all and it is their opinions that give laws in any quality, teeth.
Considering Elvis's dad tried to make a buck selling his deceased son's soiled underwear, a wheelchair disposed of to benefit a charity, is at least a much better choice.
Now what the buyer does with the wheelchair, I can't imagine.
It seems for many countries (not just Russia) hacking is like flatulence.
Yeah sorry, I guess that really stinks. But we really couldn't help ourselves.
One of the reasons why traditionally, mid-terms go the way of the opposite party in power.
When the power brokers in government get too comfortable, corruption breeds.
It's a matter of trust...
VPN or otherwise, your connection requires you to make a trust assumption. Encrypted DNS alone isn't enough to keep you hidden under the sheets.
Fine condition for the world's earliest submarine.
This attempt obviously, was before they had worked out all the kinks.
This will only hurt for a moment..
Oops.. lets try the other arm
Oops.. lets try again...
* Why do we keep coming back?
Think of it as Guitar Hero for Speech (Singstar, Lips, etc)
Soon you'll unlock, Martin Luther King's "I have a Dream" or maybe Winston Churchill's "Finest Hour"
Similar price as what they paid for Nokia.
You don't spend that kind of money for failure, or maybe you can?
I imagine the folks at Yale must have a lot of children too.
One does not just get to work somewhere else, in the same occupation.
That's life in the silicon hood.
So it must follow, a cure for anorexia would be a diet of dank memes?
In Ireland, Apple is a corporate god, omnipresent and always with you. There is no location. God pays no taxes.
The iPhone, the iPad, the "i" stands for Irish, Apple's chosen people.
For a city that once (or for some still) preferred perfume over soap and water, you'd think coriander stink bugs would be a welcome blessing?
Now if we could only genetically modify roaches and rats to have the same gift, all the big cities could smell great.
“builds may contain bugs that might be painful for some”
Unfortunately, many of the bugs are also called features.
Arm is producing some very market disruptive technology.
Anyone who disputes this, is welcome to discuss the matter at a Saudi Embassy.
The error code displayed, "Exception #300" ...the straw that broke the camel's back.
I guess the first 299 exceptions as to why Prime Music fails, weren't quite enough.
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