I would imagine that there is a certain amount of testing with any software patch thats released.
And we're back, with this hours episode of Trolldot. On todays show, trolls trolling trolls. Our first guest is Anonymous Coward. How are you doing today, Mr. Coward?
No other info? A link to a pdf in Chinese. Fantastic. Whats battery life like? Why do I need 1080p in something less than 5 inches? Who cares? All these questions, and more, I would love answered.
How does an ancient calendar have anything to do with nerds? Shouldn't we be focusing on the future here? And I would surely hope that nobody here actually believes that because some high-on Mayans say we're going to die on a certain date, that its actually true. Save that shit for the religious jackoffs.
I'm sure he was talking about the AT&T and Level 3 ips. Surely he couldn't have meant the ones for Ford. You're a shitty troll.
If this has anything to do with a story my mother told me 10 years ago, about my dad driving over a whole herd of rabbits. Apparently it scarred my mother for life. This could be the rabbits getting back at cars.
"No, Mr. FBI agent, its just to keep the heat in. Its cold out."
Is just one more reason for me not to own a car. Not that I'd be the one getting a gps attached to it if I did...
Protip: Everyone else here is also of African descent.
Judging by the twitter posts, I could have have a c# program go through the internet, stripping sentences down to their bare parts, and create a database with associated nouns, adjectives, etc, and call it some new-fangled technology? This sounds like a waste.
Building a cheap version of an expensive piece of junk is for 'hard-core hackers'? Oh Slashdot...
Mod parent down. Lrn2read, spammer.
Is there really no open source, or homebrew torrent client for the iPod / iPhone? Just jailbreak and install that? And if there isn't, why doesn't someone make one? Jailbroken iPod Touches / iPhones are prevalent enough for this to be feasible, aren't they? Or am I missing something completely here?
Ah, thanks for that explanation.
How exactly do they know its a 50 character password? And if they do actually know its a 50 char password, wouldn't that narrow it down a bit for brute forcing?