The average user isn't going to have (or be able to write) a secure random word selector. He's going to look at the "new password" field and think up 4 words, and they're almost certain to be related somehow.
The hash of "rrrybgdts" is going to be cracked in half a second with the right ruleset. Passphrases don't help the root problem, that "memorable" implies low-entropy.
All you have, less the costs you impose on others through pollution, use of state services, etc.
We *should* be using L/100km, like everyone else.
And taxing fuel at a higher rate instead of this CAFE silliness. But that's never going to happen because if we know one thing about economics in America it's that all taxes are always bad.
They mandate a whopping three hours a week (oh! tyranny!), and that law has been in effect since 1990.
So they're just like the 1970s cartoons with one real animator and an army of terrible inbetweeners that you're getting nostalgic for, but with more accurate color...
They didn't stop, but they did make it opt-in. If something crashes and you click "Close the program and check with Microsoft for a solution", it still beams the core dump up to the Redmond mothership.
Well, shit. That's what I get for not ssh-ing into a Mac to check.
And it's the developers of all those packages and distros that symlink
"In a Reddit thread under the title “Every Man Is Responsible For His Own Soul” [sic], Mr Wong wrote: “I did not say ‘we won’t ban any subreddits ever’. I said that we don’t ban subreddits for being morally bad."
Mr. Wong, with all due respect (that's not much for the record). Horse. Fucking. Shit.
If you make a rule against X (and ban X-related subreddits) but not rules against Y and Z, you're making a moral statement that Y and Z are more acceptable than X. There's just no other coherent reading of those rules. If you're trying to make a community where bestiality and racism are considered morally better than leaked celebrity nudes, that's fine - it's your site, but have the spine to fucking own it.
Their business plan was "get acquired by Twitter", and that's not happening.
Nothing goes over your head, eh Drax?
Different features, the 85s and 86s were more for calculus, and the 84 series has more features for statistics.
Selling your house or breaking your lease, truck rental and fuel to haul all your shit halfway across the continent, being unemployed for however long it takes to find a job within commuting distance of your new home, etc.
Maybe, has Netcraft confirmed it yet?