No, I didn't RTFA, but the summary doesn't even try to explain how this is affecting my rights, online or otherwise.
Why do people in their house with the blinds closed and the doors lock expect privacy?
With tech like this, even your locked doors and shaded windows won't do.
I run Heyu. It's open source, command line driven. I schedule it with cron. It compiles and runs easily on FreeBSD, Linux, and more. (The FreeBSD port can be a little behind.)
I have tried it with domus.link for a front-end. It works well enough for the spouse approval factor, but not a lot of bells and whistles.
I think I saw this on Make TV. I can't wait to find more time to dive in.
I think that 'H*Commerce' sounds a bit hokey/awkward, but I give McAfee props for trying to boost awareness.
You can pop your card into an unlocked phone that you buy somewhere other than an AT&T store with no problem
So come July, the first round of iPhones should start being legitimately unlocked and resold. Where's the best online marketplace for used phones?
The device is an Mp10 player
I'll wait for when it goes to 11.
In truth, says Forrester, lean software is less a methodology or a dogma as it is a trend. Citing the growing use of open source toolkits, lightweight object containers, SaaS, and (yes) cloud computing, among other emerging technologies, Forrester claims that a leading segment of developers is already moving toward lean software as a natural reaction to the inherent inefficiencies of the traditional enterprise development process.
So which is it, Neil? Fat apps on the desktop, or thin/lean apps on the web?
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