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I thought the truncated SSL was only affecting those using the MS crypto library?
Well, he was going to program his TI to act as a sarcasm detector, but....
in my opinion, the best headline I will ever read in my life. It read, in giant lettering across its homepage;
Yes, We Did.
Best. Headline. Ever.
One of the shots showed Shepard and Mitchell's trail.
And, alas, until the beast is slain, they'll attribute those dollars to the Evil Content Pirates(tm).
We're damned if we do and damned if we don't.
the light rail system equally so in LA under the same circumstances
For very limited sets of circumstances. All public transit in LA is based on the fallacious assumption that everyone wants to go downtown, especially the rail system.
Want to go from the Valley to the Westside? Go downtown first. In other words, go 35 miles out of your way.
I used to live 1/2 mile from a Metrolink stop, and work 1/2 mile from another stop, but I couldn't take the train because it only ran "inbound" (into downtown) in the mornings, and "outbound" in the evenings, and my work was in the opposite direction.
The light rail system in LA sucks. Period.
My memory is faulty, then. I did disclaim with "IIRC".
There was the row between Copiepresse and Google over Google linking to Copiepresse's newspapers. Google was fined and promptly stopped linking to the newspaper's sites.
At which point, IIRC, Copiepresse sued Google to force them to link to Copiepresse, and have Google pay for said "privilege".
That was a William Shatner video.
Hasn't that been their MO all along?
RIAA: "We're suing for ONE MILLION DOLLARS (pinky-to-mouth)"
Defense: [Some action that could cause the RIAA embarrassment]
RIAA: "We're dropping the suit without prejudice".
The classic example is "Coming to America".
I had the exact same thought, when the first part of Kibo went up a while back.
And if the xxAA gets the torrent from the image, they're illegally circumventing a technical protection measure!
Well, come on, since Australians come from Australia, as everyone knows, and Australia is entirely peopled with criminals, and criminals are used to having people not trust them, this law makes perfect sense!