To be fair, they allow you to use non-root users. And if you dont have a firewall rule to only allow SSH from the backup master, then you're an idiot.
. . . are usually crap.
No, Google Code was project hosting, this is (effectively) just repo hosting.
> There have been public demonstrations, some televised, of certain models of modern car that allow you to change things like timings and injection sequences, via OBD, over Blueooth, using default passcodes.
What car has Blutooth OBD without having to have physical access to the car to attach a bluetooth dongle to the OBD port?
>This isn't a problem if every single entry fits into exactly the same format, but how often is the world that generous?
> What if two people share the same address but not the same account?
You dont make it a unique field?
> What if you want to have three lines to the address instead of two?
You have an empty field?
> Who hasn’t tried to fix a relational database by shoehorning too much data into a single column? Or else you end up adding yet another column, and the table grows unbounded.
Yeah, I cant read this crap considering the very next section is 'Disk space is cheap'. If it's cheap, who cares about 1 extra field in the database.
Remember guys MongoDB is webscale
> If we put Senators back under the control of state legislatures, they'll be less influenced by outside money because the state legislatures can yank the leash when these "law makers" stop representing their constituents appropriately. This would make the Citizens United decision less relevant, at least on the Senate side.
No, all that'll do is move the lobbyists to influence the state legislatures again.
We wont say, because if we do, we'll look bad.
Oh, what a dream that would be!
The temperature fluctuates here, iirc, between 72 and 75. 2 cubes over, registered 72.9 when mine registered 74.9. Air flow and the closed vent are major players here.
> so try to focus on his technical achievements
Like thinking memory protection is pointless?
Well, two ladies came by in response to the request, at least one of which looked like she was dressed for dinner. I ignored them when they first walked by until they specifically asked for my attention. I had no idea that was normal business attire and really didn't think they were there for me.
Like awakening from a dream...
Heh. Nice find.