I've always hated the joystick nobbies.
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Oh yeah, because the cost of a touch screen monitor is the last thing to consider.
Ohhhh, and when you can't use external hosting, put it on your "private cloud."
As soon as I get home tonight, this is happening.
Congratulations. You've completely ignored the entire conversation to say something obvious about the TSA's role in general.
Thank you for your contribution.
I suppose you're the kind of person who replies to people discussing different games with something about using Linux and not playing games because they're stupid.
If an employer was loading guns at random, and paying you to point them at people and pull the trigger, could you just walk away? Or would you feel a responsibility to stop them?
That is what happened in this case. The TSA is NOT making sure everyone who goes onto a plane is not a terrorist, resulting in plane-guns that are randomly loaded, or not, with terrorists.
You want to just walk away and ignore the situation entirely.
I agree, but there are a lot of things Apple-related that get blown out of proportion. I'm a Windows guy and I still think this.
Foxconn, antennagate, missing iPhones, whatever the latest 1% issue with iPad 3 is... It all gets too much press for no reason I can really think of.
I may be wrong, but I believe it only asks for a password if the logged in user is not in the local administrators group. In this case it asks for a local admin username and the associated password.
Pretty sure we don't need to compare closed source software to the forced imprisonment and labour of a sentient lifeform, do we?
I don't like correcting people. Especially an obvious error like that one, or typos.
Should be "sun is center of our solar system"
THIS! IS! SLASHDOT!!!!!
Does that even work if you post as AC?
I think, and my thoughts cross the barrier into the synapses of the machine - just as the good doctor intended.
But what I cannot shake, and what hints at things to come, is that thoughts cross back.
In my dreams the sensibility of the machine invades the periphery of my consciousness.
Dark. Rigid. Cold. Alien.
Evolution is at work here, but just what is evolving remains to be seen.
-- Commissioner Pravin Lal,
"Man and Machine"