It's nice to be appreciated
It's nice to be appreciated
I bought a cheap tablet for 35 AUD from officeworks. The normal price was 45 AUD but this device was pink (for kids) and had been returned. I took it home, and when I experimented with the gallery I found selfies taken by a child. I ran the factory reset but the pictures were still there so I just deleted the photos.
And since Android app crash rates are actually lower than iOS
You're wrong, unless you can provide equally large-scale, cross-platform metrics. Compare the iOS 8 (most popular iOS version with about 85% usage share) crash rates (most recently 2.05%) with KitKat 4.4 (60% share) at 2.53% crash rate.
"The newly published document shows how the agencies wanted to “exploit” app store servers – using them to launch so-called “man-in-the-middle” attacks to infect phones with the implants. A man-in-the-middle attack is a technique in which hackers place themselves between computers as they are communicating with each other; it is a tactic sometimes used by criminal hackers to defraud people. In this instance, the method would have allowed the surveillance agencies to modify the content of data packets passing between targeted smartphones and the app servers while an app was being downloaded or updated, inserting spyware that would be covertly sent to the phones."
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Not only that, the dough likely came from multiple different stalks of wheat, and the sauce was derived from a number of tomato vines. I'm not sure how any of this is relevant to the quality of the pizza, though.
It had some REALLY ugly failure modes.
In a production server, I can see value in stepwise evacuating old drives and then swapping them for new larger drives only once the data is stable on the filesystem. Done right you could pull it off with zero downtime without opening a window where a single failure brings you down.
I'm using ZFS in production for now but I'm actively testing btrfs for that reason among others.
You're thinking of the ZFS that goes through FUSE. There is also ZFS on Linux that runs as kernel modules like any other fs.
There's also btrfs.
Of course, neither of those needs the md driver at all, they have their own raid like systems.
Since the contact details are her work details posted to a public website and in regard to a work matter, it's not a problem. Private contact details would be over the line.
If you plan on staying with Perl, I would highly recommend checking out Moose and the other derivative packages that append object systems to Perl 5.
Then learn to affect a cheesy eastern European accent and tell the interviewer you are after Moose and Perl.
But certainly not on a regular road ridden by something other than 5 elephants.
People looking at the car have to be able to tell that that car is an electric vehicle and not an ICE, in order to properly appreciate how the EV owner is saving the planet. By making it ugly, they can also allow the owner to sacrifice further by not driving a good looking car.
That's the cynical answer.
The actual reason that EV cars often look strange is because the designers are trying to make them as aerodynamic as possible in order to extend their range.
As battery power density becomes more adequate, maximizing aerodynamic efficiency will become less of a priority, so in the future you can expect designs that make efficiency tradeoffs in order to get a better look.
But it does require extra fuel. I'd have expected that fuel to be more than the weight of a parachute system, though perhaps not: it would be lowering a mostly-empty tin can.
I imagine that it's a bonus to be able to have that kind of precision on your rocket engines: if you can get them down, then it may provide advantages in going up. Certainly it's nice that you've proven that kind of control.