Or simply add a checkbox to the authorisation form, which must be ticked to enable the 30-minute window.
Monetary bills are already child-proof in this regard. If I give a child $1 this doesn't cause any other money I may have to spontaneously teleport into the child's possession every time the child approaches a toy or sweet within the next 30 minutes. If the child wants more of my money then he/she will need to ask me again.
However, the first text editor I learned to use on Linux has changed my perspective somewhat. We all know which one it is most likely to be.
...wow. You're right. The TSA line is relatively vulnerable, and is a more effective target in the first place. There's no reason why a bomber intending to cause terror would even want to get on the plane itself. Hijackers would certainly want to get on the plane, but they wouldn't be using bombs.
Not browsing history.
Run cmd.exe and in the command prompt type "ipconfig
To clear that, type "ipconfig
To be honest, with [Personal Titlebar](https://addons.mozilla.org/addon/personal-titlebar/) and [Status-4-Evar](https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/status-4-evar/) installed I like the interface more than older Firefox or any of the other browsers. But that's just my personal preference; thank you for sharing a link to Pale Moon - it's good to know about what's available.
I live in South Africa - over here the transition credit cards being having EMV chips took place during 1999-2007. I haven't seen a non-chipped card issued since then, and most of the card readers I see in shops these days don't even have the ability to read magnetic strips anymore. Since 2006 liability for unauthorised (card present) transactions was shifted to merchant who accept card payments without relying on the chip and PIN, instead of to the card-owner or bank. Basically a credit card without a chip, if you can even find one, is almost useless in South Africa.
The term "Chip and PIN" isn't used in South Africa because that's actually a UK brand name, not the term for the technology itself, but the fact is that it isn't just starting to roll out - it finished rolling out many years ago.
I don't know too much about India, but a quick look through Wikipedia indicates that their liability shift occurred in 2010 so it seems safe to assume that the transition is quite far-along there too.
If only Peace Prizes were giant mecha, and there was a good film crew around to record the ensuing battle...
That's why it was revolutionary!
Why don't the copyright-holders publish lyrics for everything on the web themselves? Then they'd kill demand for other lyrics sites and get ad revenues.
I've heard about the pledge of allegiance. That's just plain creepy.
Funny - I switched on my computer, intending to look up whether Firefox has the audio API implemented so that I can use it for my next project, and the first thing I saw was this update which added exactly that
The things I'm hoping to see soon from Firefox are CSS3 grids and support for multiple cookie jars.
Maybe he's trying to start a vigilante honeypot.
What's a "Richard" in Cockney slang?
It's a common nickname for "Richard", and predates the slang by quite a bit. In fact, the whole reason "dick" is used to refer to a boy-part is because it is such a common and well-established boy-name. The names "Willie" and "Fanny" came to be used for "penis" and "vagina" for the exact same reason (although the latter is used slightly differently in the US).