I remember one where a child's teddy bear/teacher - which was given to every child to aid in growing up - was reprogrammed by 'good people' to have all its warnings against killing absent. This was so the child could eventually kill the 'evil tyrant'.
I've got a multimode link at work that's pushing about 950 metres, but that's about as far as it gets. We've got longer lengths of fiber - they were the split-type cables with 12 single and 12 multimode fibers - but it's a lost cause on the multimode ones.
Memory lost at NASA? How about you read the end of that sentence that you carefully pasted into your post.
"....to reach its primary target."
All the other probes primary targets were the gas giants.
I'm afraid you're going to have to retire the "HATE THIS" meme.
From now on, you have to write the hooks to ad-laden drivel using the following as a guide:
<SUBJECT> <ACTION> <ACTION>. <NEXT ACTION> <MY DISPROPORTIONATE RESPONSE>
"He Downloaded Adblock And Installed. When He Reloaded The Page, I Was Amazed."
Ensure That You Capitalise Every Word For Maximum Impact.
"method for adding two numbers using instructions and registers commonly available on x64 processors"
Tried Mosh instead of ssh? Supposed to be better over dodgy links.
If you buy a blender and it doesn't turn on, you'll take it back to the shop where they'll say things like, "You plugged it in? Locked the jug on top of the base correctly? Pressed this button here?"
"It doesn't print" is a bug report, but it's a report that implies a two-way conversation is going to take place. Perhaps Microsoft should have said in the app, "Hey, put as much info as you can in as to what you were doing at the time, because we can't get back to you once you hit submit."
I am not a participant in ANY social media at this point
You don't define slashdot as 'social media'?
But I know you live in the US. You're somewhere in your late 40's. And like to ride bikes. And train on said bikes a lot because you're on a road race team. And that's just the first page of your slashdot comments that I idly flicked through.
I suppose you could tell me that's all part of the plan and that you're actually a dog........
With regards to Voyager, you can view it as Janeway's slow descent into desperation. Starts out all do-goody then as time goes by, deals are made, morals are readjusted and by the end it's just, "The hell with this".
Sweet Jesus, at least install Fail2Ban and block an IP for 24 hours after 3 failed attempts.
'Fidelity' in the wireless sense was because the methods and algorithms developed by the CSIRO had a considerable impact on the recovery of the transmitted signal.
Nah, Excel encryption/passwording is shit and is for casual users only.
I have a VBA macro that brute forces Excel passwords in a minute or two. Well, it finds an equivalent password that matches the original using the weak hashing function that Excel employs.
Wikipedia has a pretty good summary of the reasons for left and right side traffic.
Small thrusters fire to push it forwards and the fuel / oxygen in each tank gets pushed back to the pickup point.
Try VivoTek as well, they make some nice 5MP units with good optical zoom - meaning you can mount the camera a good distance away and zoom into the menu board.
We used to run mobotix exclusively, and their cameras are now in the low to mid-range in performance, but still high-end in price.