An IPv6 record in DNS?
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You know, it's possible to store milk after it has been extracted. We have these things called 'fridges'.
I'd pay for a search engine which is regularly third party audited to make sure no advertising, tracking or logging.
This search engine may meet your requirements and interest you:
From my experience and knowledge, browsers on mobile devices don't have ad blocker plugins
On Firefox for Android, I use the following extension "Bluhell Firewall" (ad blocker), "Clean Links" (converts those tracking links that embed URLs to actual URLs) and "I don't care about cookies" (gets rid of banners) and my password management tool. Firefox's extensibility makes it hard for me to even consider other browsers.
Here is Cern's https://www.youtube.com/watch?...
to tweak BitTorrent to inject huge amounts of false data?
No, it requires a new variant of the protocol, not a 'tweak'.
Maybe it's true in your case because you're an asshole?
I suspect it's more likely that expecting good graces when people generally aren't doing well financially is difficult.
I have noticed the quality of Linux is not near the BSDs.
To provide you some more anecdotal evidence:
I have noticed that BSD lacks diversity and numerous solutions that Linux provides, which makes it far more useful than BSD in numerous circumstances.
It's a simple license, easily understood by anyone with a modicum of common sense.
The advertising clause actually is confusing when it comes to software implementations, particularly where headless software is used. Of course, you're likely referring to the newer BSD derived licenses, which place exceptions, but are not the BSD license.
The Free and OpenBSD boxes I've worked on and with have, short of HW failures, been almost perfect.I generally don't have a significant problem with Windows, Linux or BSD these days. OS X is another story though.
Are any of your neighbors good for anything, or are they all hipsters too?
They're nice people, but no, they don't have a trade and my area wouldn't be considered posh either.
are they all hipsters too
I'm not a hipster.
I guess Instagram
Sorry, I don't really spend any time doing social networks online, my off-line one dominates my time more.
I have a neighbor who is a licensed construction foreman.
and he gives me a big break on the bill. He goes home with a case of my homebrew beer when it is all done.
Previously offered people such things and they declined, they wanted the full amount.
That Amazon can even propose this business model really describes the sad state of affairs of the middle class, community, and humanity's ability to interact face-to-face.
I don't believe there is an issue face-to-face in my circumstance.
We need to put the fucking phones down and talk to each other.
My anecdotal evidence shows that this direct approach doesn't work.
The EU really needs to dump the whole wind, solar panel fantasy and just use generation 4 reactors, we'd have more than enough cheap energy then.
The UK govt farms out just about all central govt development to US companies
You mean, multi-national companies.
You have to ask why UK officials are happy to repeatedly give UK work and projects to US corporations
Because they meet the requirements in the bids, not many do.
Isn't it about time there was an investigation into this?
Bids are often audited.
Your sig makes your comment terrible.
If I pay a license fee to have BBC content, then I don't want others receiving it for free.
BBC should fix this by requiring people to authenticate their TV license to use the site.
The folks at Chrysler-Fiat would like to have a word with you
I want you to know, that as an European, I have never heard of them.