He must have gotten that master's degree from the back of a cereal box. It would be literally impossible to go through a complete CS program at any half-decent school without ever hearing about Alan Turing.
Quick, someone get me in contact with Orchard House Foods...
Step 1: Create a corporation called Chimp Inc. and make its owner a chimp named Bonzo. (People can leave their fortunes to a pet cat, they should be able to leave controlling interest of a corporation to a chimp.)
You don't leave money to a pet, you establish a trust or give money with stipulations for its use to a designated caregiver. Making a chimp owner of a corporation begs the question; animals can't own property.
These drives can even be too fast. The drives do speed matching, but they have a minimum speed, below that they start shoe-shining.
Er, "shoe-shining"? What do you mean?
For better or for use, people have been trading foreign currencies for ages.
There's no reason you couldn't still use a filtering proxy. What you'll need to do is configure that filtering proxy with its own CA cert which you'll have to add to your browser's trusted CAs. The filtering proxy can terminate the outside SSL connection to the remote site (with its own list of trusted external CAs) and generate and sign its own certificates (with its configured CA cert) for the internal SSL connection to your browser. This is how BurpSuite works, for example.
If you haven't seen it already, may I introduce you to Whirlpool Forums? It's an excellent resource and I'm sure they'll have some good info on this topic.
So if, say, you owned a mall, and circumstances forced you to close the mall and lay off all the employees (janitors, security, managers, etc), you wouldn't mind if the food court cinnabon stayed open?
Not to detract from your accomplishment, but to clarify, 1989 was not pre-SQL; SQL dates back to the early 70s and became an ANSI standard in 1986. Commercial RDBMS's based on SQL were available as early as 1979. There might not have been any open source SQL databases back then, though.
Because some would argue that the term "censorship" only applies to suppression by the government.
Oh, that sure is, clearly I don't remember all my maths... thanks!
More precisely, ~3.785% annual growth would compound to 45% over ten years.
A band like Radiohead write their own songs; so according to what you wrote, wouldn't they be getting paid as songwriters?
Where is the quote in the summary from? It doesn't seem to be part of the linked article.
7 paragraphs into the article before they bother to define what "exascale" means...