between 192.168 and 10.0.
He said he'd gone through 3 different ISP's over eight years.
between 192.168 and 10.0.
He said he'd gone through 3 different ISP's over eight years.
Over the last eight years and my previous three ISPs, my router has never once received anything other than a 192.168.x.x or a 10.x.x.x IP address from my local ISP. Not once have I received a live & legit IPv4 address. I have to pay a lot more for those. What's the difference between this and CGNAT?
You are thinking of your routers internal address, the one you use to access it from inside your home network to configure and troubleshoot. They are talking about the routers external address, the one the rest of the internet sees.
I've looked, didn't find it. I just found some vague mumbo about cryptography with a ton of loaded buzzwords.
I want specifics.
1.) What is a bitcoin, EXACTLY?
2.) How divisible is a single bitcoin?
3.) All the specifics of any relevant protocols.
You looked at what? First result of a google for "bitcoin white paper" is http://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf, the white paper originally released by the creator of bitcoin.
You don't actually think they really did this, do you? Bitcoin people love to make big promises and not deliver on them. In reality it's probably stored on a flash drive, possibly on 2 drives for "redundant backup!" and kept in a box on top of a refrigerator.
PFC at 25?
He may have had other problems with the Army. At 25, he should at least be some kind of sergeant.
He was demoted before being arrested, dropped from Specialist (E-4) to PFC (E-3). He had been having problems with the people he worked with and lost rank because of it.
Only $60 per game? I think you're forgetting about that whole DLC thing.
You know you don't have to buy the DLC, right?
I seem to be the only person out of my social circle that remembers Tivo getting neutered back in the early 2000's because of features that were less impressive than this. IIRC Tivo was sued by multiple companies because of the 30-second-skip button on their remotes. They eventually had to disable it (you could always re-enable it if you knew what to do) because advertisers wanted their commercials watched, at least in fast forward.
Now we have the hopper just a few years later. It does the same thing the Tivo did, but it's automatic now, and you don't even see the start of the commercial like you did with the Tivo. Only this time it's being marketed by one of the distribution companies, so they'll grease a few advertiser palms and keep going on their merry way. Hooray for our legal system!
This program is supposed to get entrepreneurs and developers access to high speed fiber, I understand that; but why do they have to live there? Not that I'd allow anyone onto my network either way, but if the end result is getting some of these awesome startups on the net with a good connection, I'd be a lot more willing to let them put a server in an out-of-the-way place in my house. I don't ask to set up a bed in my data co-location center, why do they need a bed in these houses? They can even have access to their hardware whenever they want, provided it's supervised and at an appropriate time. Also, my electricity isn't free. I'd sure like some small kind of cut from the profits (assuming they make a profit sometime).
...for pointing out a common error that makes the speaker sound stupid. Is it just me or does anyone else get that "fingernails on a chalkboard" sensation every time you hear a speaker blithely say words that clearly mean the *exact opposite* of what was intended?
Look, for all intensive purposes I could care less. You shouldve noticed how rediculous that argument was so it's a mute point, per say.
Don't need no computer analysis for that.
Man, as soon as I saw the title of the OP I knew this was going to be posted. The Axis of Awesome is, well, AWESOME; but they are not the first or only band that has done a 4-chords performance. They are the most recognizable group that has performed a 4-chords performance though, and I absolutely adore them.
Here are two other examples, though not very well circulated. The first is from before Axis of Awesome, I found many of the same type of pop-medley mashups a few years ago. Sadly, I forget the search terms I used to find them and it's been a few years since then:
Check video sites for yourself, the basic chord progression has been studied and used for years by pop music writers.
There is a petition over at change.org asking Blizzard to release an offline mode path. It would be nice if we could reach the 100'000 signatures necessary
Everything from dungeon layout to boss mechanics to loot drops is done on the server. There is no simple "offline patch" that would let you play without an internet connection. They'd basically be rewriting the game from scratch if they did that (which they won't)
It's just pictures. Better the creeps inside jacking off than outside doing it personally. Isn't it time to get the government out of the bedroom?
If you've ever stumbled onto CP through any of the random image polling scripts from the image sites, what you see can be soul crushing. The looks on the children's faces are that of absolute depression and mental anguish. These children never had the option to say 'no' or reject what was happening to them... they were forced into their situation and what is happening to them will destroy their entire futures. They didn't start doing drugs and have to resort to porn to pay for their addictions, they were kidnapped and didn't know what was happening until their childhoods were irrevocably destroyed.
I support tracking down anyone who is sharing these images, since it leads to either one single person not sharing them with others, or (hopefully) maybe to the source. Yes, some people who are deprived of images will proceed to attempting abductions in real life; BUT these same people have a fairly high chance of doing the same thing with or without pictures. The larger idea of stopping these pictures from going out is to stop the BUSINESSES of child porn. There are people that kidnap and rape children just because they get paid for it. That is one of the things the government is trying to stop. Take away the subscribers and even if you can never find the source, at least the businesses stop getting paid and hopefully do less abuse to children.
TOR is awesome... it allows people in countries that are locked down to communicate freely and see beyond the propaganda that their governments are forcing on them; unfortunately though, in a system with absolute anonymity there will be those sick individuals that post and share images that society as a whole knows are horrible. Some of those will never be traceable, and that is sad but also the entire point of the TOR project. I would like to be able to trace them and shut them down, but that same ability would allow oppressive governments to shut down whatever they didn't like when they see dissenting opinions.
One other point: I have read the thread so far and it seems that a large portion of the people are complaining that Japanese hentai are what people get busted for. While that may be true in rare occurrences like someone sharing gigabytes of CP manga... I've worked with law enforcement on CP cases, and they really don't care that much about comics. Yes it's part of the law, but at least in the US, the FBI normally goes after the people with REAL CP and not cartoons. And even then, they go after the people with true collections and not 1-2 images in their cache that they stumbled into while searching random sites. Please link me to a news article that proves me wrong if people are getting busted for single images, since I am only an individual person and could have missed something. And before someone says "they don't report on small time CP busts," yes they do. Every time I've been involved with a CP case, the media is all over it as soon as they find out. They love to put the 'bad guy gets busted' stories in the news.
TL;DR: HBO responded saying that cord cutters wouldn't pay enough
That response makes a huge assumption that is a giant fallacy. They argument that everyone subscribed to HBO would cancel and only watch through HBOGO, thus losing them the support of the cable companies. It also says that most people that are given free trials 'forget' to unsubscribe. People forgetting to unsubscribe is the AOL model of business. I would argue that allowing standalone access to HBOGO would leave most of the normal customers (those that like to watch on their TV and not on a computer) and encourage the 'cord cutters' to actually give money instead of just pirating.
Using myself as an example: I pirate every episode of GoT, but I bought the S1 blurays and plan to do the same for season 2. I would be willing to pay a monthly fee to access them online legally (as well as the other HBO content) while still paying for the blurays.
That must be why internet explorer is still the dominant browser.
By dominant you mean "barely a few percentage points ahead of Chrome and Firefox, and dropping every single month." Even then, it's in the mid-30%'s, not like it has an actual majority.
Simple solution to get management to understand the value of IT have a no IT day. One day, no email, internet, IP phone etc. They'll come back crying before lunch time.
If your IT setup is so terrible that you need active workers just to keep basic services like email or an internet connection running for a single day (barring major failures), you are doing a horrible job.
Even bytes get lonely for a little bit.