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git is shit
No, computer platform evangelists are the type of people you're interacting with because that is an area of your interest. Most people who use Windows (or any other major platform) don't take such interest and don't interact much with the evangelist type at all.
I'd be more than happy to short the hell out of Bitcoins if I had the resources. And even if I did, a smart man once said the market can remain irrational longer than I can remain solvent.
Masking your IP is another (solved) problem
I fully expect that tor will be completely mappable by this time next year, with every packet in tracked to the exit out (or onionsite) and back, especially as we get closer to universal data retention laws making it trivial to find out who sent every packet where.
It does not need a law as much as a process, you are correct- and also, I don't think it needs active enforcement. Make it drop dead easy to run the check at the same time you do payment processing, and with similar information (name and zip code) for the lookup. The dealer doesn't even need to put his life in danger "Sorry, your form of payment was rejected" is good enough.
Oh, sure, cash would still likely be under the table, but like I said, you ain't gonna stop a determined criminal no matter what you do. At the very least, this would be a red flag for the honest dealers.
The only punishment she deserved was a stern talking to.
And an assigned essay in which she explains exactly what happened in that reaction vessel.
Now, she gets a reward to go to space camp. That's not quite an appropriate message either.
Rewarding curiosity is exactly the kind of message we want to send.
Fortunately you can find RJ-45 ports on many 16 bit ISA cards that will work in an 8-bit port(e.g. 3c509). With such a card, and mTCP, you can network any IBM PC back to the 5150.
There's something awesome about booting an XT class machine, logging in via FTP, uploading a game, and then just playing. No messing with floppy disk images, xmodem, or any such headaches.
What I meant was that every such act of war is horrible. If you are horrified by what happened in the UK, you should be a hundred times more horrified by what the UK and US have done in Afghanistan. I'm not trying to justify their acts, I'm trying to show how unjustifiable this war is. War is just terrorism commited by the state.
As for your question about POW status. If they are foreigners, then that's probably the right way to classify them. If they are citizens, then they probably should get a trial. Not because they deserve a trial, but because a government that can imprison its own citizens indefinitely without trial is more dangerous than any foreign enemy.
Remember, the objection to Guantanamo is not the indefinite detention of prisoners of war. It's that many of the inhabitants were not combatants at all, and those that were were not held in accordance with the Geneva conventions.
Coward! Windows Movie Maker actually interprets(some) standard formats, and has an interface that feels like having a pro editing studio at your back compared to the horrors of Sony Movieshaker!(Even better, Movieshaker is exciting and mandatory if you were... questionably sensible... enough to purchase one of Sony's pricey 'MicroMV' cameras, which were vaguely DV-like, except totally incompatible.)
With jpeg(and I think at least some of the mpeg flavors), quantization matrices can be your friend.
Different hardware and software uses different matrices. This isn't a slam-dunk(if somebody just lightened the image a bit to bring out the detail, the quantization matrix would scream "Photoshop!", despite that being pretty innocuous); but it makes it rather harder for a clueless faker to simulate a 'right off the camcorder' "authentic" video if the last compression was almost certainly performed with editing software.
Depending on the details of the format, there are likely to be a variety of other things that are optional or implementation-specific(at least within certain ranges) that can be examined to try to source a given file. If implementation(or quality level/encode settings)-specific details vary between sections of the video, or between parts of individual frames, that's probably a bad sign.
If you have enough footage, and ideally access to the alleged source hardware, you can also attempt to characterize physical defects in the sensor. All digital image sensors, to one degree or another, exhibit imperfect linearity. Some pixels are 'hot', some are abnormally insensitive, this is especially visible on long exposures, or in very dark scenes, where the hot pixels tend to stand out. Onboard image processors have gotten increasingly good at squelching minor sensor noise, so this isn't easy; but a given CCD or CMOS sensor will have a noise pattern that is extremely difficult to replicate. It's just an open question whether you'll actually be able to see enough noise to identify it.
I think you would find a fair number of conservatives who have no problem with civil union, and who wonder why civil unions are not sufficient to meet the complaints of legal inequities gay couples experience.
I resemble that remark, but support civil unions for heterosexuals as well. The thing that used to be civil marriage bears no resemblance to traditional sacramental pre-Henry VIII marriage anyway, so why pretend that it does? And banding together households for tax purposes makes a lot of sense, be the household monogamous, polygamous, heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, incestous, or even pseudosexual (though this business of marrying buildings to keep them from being torn down is somewhat suspect).
But nobody seems to be for the one change in the law that would make a difference: A nationwide instant background check database that includes not only law enforcement but also mental health records, released through a web service API that only gives "ok" and "denied" feedback with no detail.
Package it with a Paypal or Square credit card reader for use at gun shows, and you will have taken care of 50% of the worst gun violence with one fell swoop.
The other 50% depends on stolen weapons for input and there is NO law that can fix that.
If you're pro-life, or a homophobe, tax-cuts-for-the-rich,
One of these things is not like the others.
pro-choice and pro marriage equality, and want a progressive tax system
One of these things is not the same.
What bugs me the most about being a Catholic American (as opposed to the far more common American Catholic who is willing to vote for whomever in their cafeteria-religion mind is the lesser of two evils) is that the American two party system simply doesn't line up with my values. Give me a politician who is pro-life, pro-heterosexual, who will give us a separation of Church and State on marriage (civil unions for EVERYBODY, based on the non-moral morality of consent, then if you want a Church wedding, you do that separately) and who will use regulation, taxes, welfare, unions and even protectionist tariffs to protect the poor and working class, and that's my man.
You can't find that man *at all* in the current Republican or Democratic parties at the federal level, and he's mighty rare at even the state, city, county, and school board levels.
I agree with all of that except the last part. My wife's G1 and my G2 both had microSD slots. OTOH, when I upgraded, she went with a Mytouch, and I went with a Samsung- both of which have microSD slots.
On the Samsung, you can even change the SD card without removing the battery- which was somthing that *really* bothered me about the G2 (the G1 was even strange- had to open the keyboard to access the SD slot).
love, v.: I'll let you play with my life if you'll let me play with yours.