Reading about this test kind of reminded me of the test given to Wesley Crusher in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Their degree is in Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese.
Do you want fries with that?
Brain scans and actions aside, did they question the people who didn't save the NPC, or were they asked to act as if everything in the simulation was real?
Without the last instruction, my thought would have been "screw the NPC, I'm not going to fail the test for a virtual
And no, I didn't RTFA.
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I'd be interested to know, with a total from all those password surveys, how many are "luggage12345". A search on Google gives "About 10,600 results", so that's already a possible hint about how popular it could be as a password.
Life is pain, Highness. Anyone who says differently is selling something.
Does anyone think there's any chance that the next IE version will simply switch to Blink or WebKit, with a fallback to Trident if the X-UA-Compatible meta is present?
If that happens, Firefox will be the odd one out as far as rendering is concerned.
Yeah, but no other browser can claim a 100% increase in vulnerabilities!
Take THAT, Apple, Mozilla, Google and Opera!
Then again, how many Slashdot readers are left-handed?
I wonder how many Slashdot reader will even understand that joke, and that makes me sad.
No video for you.
I wasn't talking about China.
Another stupid idea by the Firefox team, then.
Isn't there patents on GIF and JPEG? And the web is full of images in those two formats anyway.
I'm all for open standards and less patents, but H.264 videos and H.264 decoding hardware has been used everywhere for almost a decade now. Even if something free and open-source had been able to replace it, we're on the verge of switching to H.265 which is about twice as good as H.264.