I only know what it is in epoch time.
Scotland has significant industry and significant natural resources.
And haggis! Di'nae forget the haggis!
My phone is still an iphone 5, and likely will be for some time. However I don't find the pass code all that onerous to enter.
The pass code is limited to four numbers, but you can switch it to a longer pass phrase which may include any number of alphanumerical characters.
Actually this is no longer true as of iOS 8 - it wants you to set up a complex pass code by default.
There was an outcry when Google Labs closed because people actually used stuff that came from there. Mozilla Labs, on the other hand...
I'm waiting for the comprehensive review of the Ars Technica review.
I switched to BSD a while back and I couldn't be happier.
Oh, great, NOW look what you guys did - you woke up the BSD zealots!
And Charlie Rose isn't a techie. But if you want to really convince the Slashdot audience, it'd be better to have a high-level engineer answering these questions than a guy who's skill is managing the inventory supply chain.
should have made it permanent and not removable, because fuck those whiners.
Yes - make it a mandatory download! In FLAC!
Their robot may be stat of the art, but their website sure isn't.
So it's reasonably likely those of us who live in Washington state will see a drier and somewhat milder than usual winter.
California, on the other hand, will get hosed - but I suspect they'll be happy about it.
I'm a Comcast customer and occasionally a Tor user. I've never had an issue, nor have I ever been contacted by Comcast about it.
This story smells made up.
I take it all the world's real problems got solved over the past few days? I must've missed it. I would've expected CNN to report on it...
Seriously, get a grip.
That's the thing. This initiative probably won't help track down hard core terrorists or most pedophiles, unless they're also complete idiots. But that 15-year-old that just grabbed a copy of Kung Fu Panda off the Pirate Bay is screwed for life.
Obviously created by a man whose "optimistic vision of a future" includes women wearing mini skirts and gogo boots.
"I think I'm going to like History."