Who needs "clipper" when you have Northbridge with built-in AMT?
Google has an interest in proper encryption. They can only sell your data if the potential buyer cannot acquire it without paying them.
Google does not sell data, at least not in any form other than anonymized and aggregated, and not very much even that way. Google makes money from using your data itself (to target ads to you), not from selling it to others.
FWIW, I work for Google, on crypto security stuff, and Google does have a strong interest in proper encryption, because it's the right thing to do. It allows people to control their data. With respect to Google's business, Google would like you to choose to provide your data because you think it's a good trade for Google's services, but wants you to have the ability to make the choice not to provide your data. To anyone, if that's what you want.
You are what is Rubbish.
Try having kids forced on you by a lying wife, I love my kids but I would change ever marrying their mother in a heartbeat. I never wanted kids, but being forced to because of stupid religion and even worse cultural pressure is wrong. and a LOT of men are trapped into having kids like this every single day.
You are the only person that has commented that has a clue as to what I meant. Thank you.
Wow. With one single contract, RSA just destroyed their whole business. A company in the trust business cannot allow themselves to lose their customers' trust.
No RSA product can ever be trusted again.
Except that RSA destroyed their whole business a couple of years ago when it was found that they'd left the root keys for their SecureID tokens on an unsecured, network-connected machine. After that no one could trust them again.
But people did, and they'll continue doing so after this, watch and see.
Experiments showed that boosting NAD levels, by giving mice a chemical which they naturally convert into NAD,
The chemical used in the study is not mentioned in the linked abstract, either.
Does anyone know what the chemical, and dosage, in question might be?
Most employers suck. The larger an employer is, the more likely they are to suck worse.
Defending against the trained monkeys you've designed your enterprise to be run by is a considerable challenge that leads to predictable results.
Once you get past the monkeys, many of those constraints are stupid and counter-productive and should be violated by anyone that has enough of a clue to fend for themselves.
> Me and the boys fuck your wife while you tinker with your nerd shit.
My wife? You can't handle my wife.
I'm a problem creator at a Fortune 500 company.... I'm the guy that keeps you with work to do.
You can do this inside of a lunch box today. I have a friend that has a complete production system with 2 SQL servers, 2 app servers, and a failover/load balancer all in a lunch box. he brings it to work and tinkers during compiles.
The solution to that is do not have kids. Honestly unless you really want the single most expensive hobby in the world, raising kids, just do not do it.
People claim, Legacy: and being remembered... Bah, after 2 generations you will be completely forgotten and your grave never visited. Dont waste precious time and money on children.
This is from a guy that raised 4 kids. Yes I enjoyed my kids, but if I was able to go back in time and kick my teenage self in the nuts 30 times to keep me from ever having children, I would do it in a heartbeat.
It's easier to get forgiveness than permission. so I have a separate setup that is not on their network that I simply plug into to do my bidding and experiments. If I am learning new skills for them then they can pay me to do it.
The guy that picked up the snowglobe and gave it a twist... Sadly that is when the great galactic disaster happened and most of the residents of Betelgeuse IV died.
NASA blasts a 1000Watt laser at the moon on a regular basis, in fact the Goddard center has an even bigger one going in place to give them a better return pulse for range finding. Yes they actually measure how far away the moon is quite a bit
Lasers lose power on a logarithmic scale, so to hit the moon with enough power of a laser beam to actually heat the ground, not destroy anything, but act as a space heater, the ground based laser here would have to be so big that the atmosphere would boil, and they would have to use most of the power that the United states generate to fire the beam. Attenuation from our atmosphere is huge, but the distance is just mindbogglingly large.
So if you did have a moon base, you have about 5000 years before technology is at a point where someone can shoot a laser at your base from earth and even be noticed on the moon.
" It is at the bottom of a shallow gravity well,"
It is at the bottom of a Gravity well that is 1/3 as deep as the Earths gravity well but also still within the earths gravity well, which is also within the Sun's gravity well.
To orbit is easy from there, out of orbit still needs a lot of energy.