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I thought the white drapes were so that the drones could easily track the stick's position?
Says the people who load it into the nose of the nearest passing elephant?
Alternatively, the torso or midsection of the car, because that's where the 'trunk' obviously is?
Re: your sig:
[quote]Sometimes it's fun to feed the trolls - it's a pleasure knowing there's someone out there who's stupider than you.[/quote]
A troll's goal is to goad you into replying to his comments. Feeding a troll means the troll has bested you. If the trolls convince you to to reply, for whatever reason, he has outsmarted you.
I agree, even though clip-using firearms are almost entirely historical. This clip 'controversy' I see more along the lines of the media saying 'hacker' when they mean 'cracker'. People make it out to be like calling the entire PC case a 'hard drive'.
used to be a building, and now it's
So... the meaning changed?
Look, if you want to play the 'mess with the wording rather than address the issues' game, we can:
"A clip has always meant a a device that is used to store multiple rounds of ammunition together as a unit, ready for insertion into a gun. It's just that it used to be non-mechanical, and now it's got a feed mechanism."
You are just going to have to deal with the fact that a removeable magazine can also be called a clip, even though the meanings used to be subtley different.
I regret to inform you that language usage changes. If it didn't, when you said 'magazine' you would have linked to this instead:
Sadly, you need to move with the time.
Jepardy answers, not news headlines: Are Slashdot titles more like them?
... So you make the directory unreadable, by literally setting the permissions to not allow it to be read, and somehow suggest that it is still readable?
As an example, if something happens once every thirty years, but you have only been alive for twenty-nine years, would you conclude that the even happens rarely or never?
Similarly, if you have never been to a trade show, does that mean you will never be able to go to a trade show?
True... the phrase I was searching for was 'protocol overhead'. I did a quick google and found the following:
Since we are talking ethernet, here are the numbers:
Ethernet: 1500/(38+1500) = 97.5293 %
TCP: (1500-52)/(38+1500) = 94.1482 %
You are correct about the lmgtfy link, that was supposed to be a google.com/search?q=hellban link instead. Must have been a brainfart or typo or something. Can you imagine how embarrased I must be?
This technique is widely used against trolls on various Internet forums. It is often called 'Hellbanning'
1 Terabit a second on the wire translates to about 100 Gigabytes a second of actual data transfer. Most modern encoding schemes and encapsulation protocols average 10 bits to represent an octet.