Target Hit by Credit Card Breach
This. Most of the stuff I've watched on YouTube I also store locally.
You must have a fine porn collection
He made the threat to get out of an exam.
he won't have to worry about that any more
you're free to make your own pinnochio XXX or whatever you want to do.
Well - his nose is hard and long
The NSA is keeping us about as safe as the Mars rovers do from martian attacks...
But that was supposed to be secret
The NSA says it closed this vulnerability by working with computer manufacturers.
Ah the Chinese are so helpful
And so what, what has happened to Sun Open Office? Abandoned, rotting in Apache's abandonware collection.
Evidently not, the latest release was on Oct. 1st, 2013. By now three of the four users have probably downloaded and installed it.
Why not just call this a Grinch move and be done with it?
What and risk a lawsuit from the Dr Seuss state.
Much like not all Americans agree with US foreign policy (i.e. dropping bombs on innocent people)
just to be a pedant that's an implementation detail, not policy,
Interesting: For some that may not know about the Swiss banking system
Overrated: For those that do know about the Swiss banking system
Insightful: Well, it's true
Funny: Made fun of the Swiss - always good
Troll: Winding them up about their dodgy banking system
Underrated: Anything that could be put in so many categories must be worth more than that!
Capturing a person's though process has a lot of value, sometimes more than the actual post written. Think of brand recognition, for a simple example. I like Pep... oops, I mean, Coke.
And that is quite harmless. Its if writing a draft "dear mum and dad I'd like to telly you I'm gay. I know its against your religious beliefs", then deleting it will result in adverts for gay support groups, or anything else that could give someone an idea of what might not have been said that there is a problem.
"The difference is that Google is saving your messages to help you."
Well, we hope at least. When Google's robot army kicks down my door for looking up subversive material, will we still be saying this?
Obviously drafts do help you
Bah, "real geeks/nerds" use vi or emacs, neither of which requires rodentary attachments.
I hope you are nice and comfy sitting on that fence. Real geeks use vi and refuse to acknowledge that there even is another editor.
except for ed for the system files. Don't want to trust something as newfangled as a visual editor with something that important!
The optical mice last much longer than the old roller-ball mice
I put it down to the "No substitutions, no penalties" rule change.
So if I am mining bit coin, and it costs me more in electricity than I am getting in return from the bit coin I make, does that mean I get to write off my electric bill?
Or lets say I am making money, is my electric bill the cost basis for the bit coin? But I also needed a computer to mine, can I factor that into the basis?
I don't think they realize there are other legal ways to get bit coin besides buying it. Or perhaps then they just figure the basis is $0 and tax you 100% on the actual value.
If they are treating it as an asset then you would be a manufacturer and presumably would benefit from all the usual tax breaks. Whether this would include making your electric costs tax deductible in Norway I don't know, but it should be the same as if you were manufacturing shoes, ships, or anything else.