His parser relies on JAI you insensitive clod!
Forget that, I am using Firagafox 51 for a more-potent browsing experience.
Ya know, I've always wondered about this...what is it that draws tornadoes to trailer parks? If there is a trailer park anywhere near the path you just know they are fucked, as it seems a tornado will go out of its way to take that fucker out. Since I doubt tornadoes are just snobs I have to wonder, what is it? Magnetism?
I wonder if it's because trailer parks are built on large sections of flat land?
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When I first saw the story and your comment, I read it as iPod Souffle.
I have a bridge for sale at a good price.
Is it a 3Com or Cisco at least? I haven't seen a good bridge in a while.
All joking aside, it's interesting to see how these different transition periods (mainframe->PC, local->cloud) overlap in terms of integration and increasing complexity.
Didn't help OJ.
Double Jeopardy does not apply to civil lawsuits that are filed after a criminal trial acquittal.
You do not, control, your privacy..
William Shatner, is that you?
I'm almost as paranoid about online privacy, but I will take these small victories when I can.
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Thanks for the information, we're actually looking at Good for Android management where I work. Their separation of work and personal data is a big selling point.
My card number was used fraudulently in the UK a day after the hacks on PSN occurred. A friend also had his card number stolen as well, and he is a PSN user. Of course there's no way to prove that the number was swiped from PSN yet, but the timing of the theft is interesting.
Of course, it's probably no coincidence they are annoying as hell *and* are so popular in the 'enterprise' space.
That pretty much sums up my feelings on Cisco as well. Companies like this think that they can charge a markup on their products because it is "enterprise proven", but it's only a matter of time until a company like Apple/Google or Juniper/Sonicwall comes along and offers a compelling reason to switch.