If this does go through and I have my doubts, I want the FCC NOT to force them into divestiture but offer higher speed Internet, ala carte pricing, sign off on Net Neutrality, and remove all bandwidth throttling and caps. The time is not to try and create competition, because there is none in cable, but to actually make a company perform like it is in a competitive environment.
To be fair to the editors, this is exactly how it reads in the source. The use of quotes is warranted and allows the editors to escape my wrath....this time..
Exactly this version of Tor was installed in a non-obvious and non-trivial location to get to and as a service. Microsoft asked the Tor developers "Anybody actually do this?", Answer: "Nope.". Microsoft then nuked the rogue Tor apps either through Microsoft Security Essentials or through Malicious Software Tool removal app.
Good security move by Microsoft. We don't know exactly how the rogue applications were eliminated, but good chance it was Microsoft Security Essentials. This was the equivalent of Symantec and McAfee removing a virus only difference was it was Microsoft this time.
That's because "data management practitioners" spend their time practicing data management. I bet if you asked the "data analysts" about it, they'd say most of the important work dealing with data is in the analysis, but they still need to waste 20% of their time on data preparation and integration.
Actually the number we quote is analysts spend 60 - 80% of their time manually prepping their data for analysis if they don't have a solution in place. Its a BIG problem. Just because you can ingest everything in the world doesn't mean you should.
"partially because it didn’t need integration of disparate applications."
I would say that the only way Tesla was able to do this was because they didn't need to integrate disparate applications. Most SAP integrations and installations fail because they have to connect to every other system within a company. Tesla has no legacy so therefore it would be easier to do so. I would say this, there are a few cloud-based SAP solutions available that could have been brought up in the same amount of time or less given what little constraints it appears to have been put on them.
I'm calling on Apple to kick 3rd party applications out of the ability to make a configuration like this. This appears to be a significant security threat to the iOS platform and should be treated as such. Applications should not be able to do this on their own and as we have seen with LinkedIn, it can lead to no good.
For those sysadmins who would like to block this from occurring within their network or on their devices this was taken from Reddit. See the IMAP and SMTP configuration below and block it at the firewall.
From the Apple configuration profile:
IncomingMailServerHostName imap.intro.linkedin.com IncomingMailServerPortNumber 143
I was thinking the same thing. Kudos sir.
Between Fast and Furious, Swartz, and now giving the OK on drone strikes against US citizens in America - he doesn't have a friend in the world, he has ticked off everyone.
calling out BS, exaggerated, wrongly calibrated, and/or embellished results. This makes perfect sense to me. If you publishing a paper on a subject then it should be a repeatable recipe.
We have a long tradition in the US of respecting patient and client (attorney-client privilege) rights. However, we do not do the same for weapons ownership. Medical history for a good part is involuntary especially when seeking care through Medicare bills (Grandma gets old, she needs medical treatment and you can't really choose to get most cancers unless you smoke or go next to a huge field of radiation). Gun ownership is completely voluntary, no one compels anyone to own a gun in the US. Gun ownership is completely voluntary especially as it relates to assault rifles. Assault rifles have only one purpose, killing people real bad dead. We have the right and a responsibility as a society to make sure we know who owns those weapons, ensure that owners are of sound mind and body, adequately trained to handle the weapon, and that the weapon is being cared for in such a way that it will not fall into the wrong or young and untrained hands. For those that own a
NYC: They moved our election point so we ended up going to the wrong polling place. When we got to the correct polling place and standing in line for 20 mins, we found out our election district changed. Another 20 mins in line and we got our ballots finally for the correct election district. It sucks, but its your duty to vote.
72% vs 62% for the entire population. Shades a little more towards drone use but not over and above Republican sentiment.
"Americans are the clear outliers on this issue – 62% approve of the drone campaign, including most Republicans (74%), independents (60%) and Democrats (58%)."
This is going to be slightly off-topic, but it something I have been mulling in my head
Rating research of people who supposed to be also teaching puts them firmly in publish or perish mode and that's not good for students. Universities are both research institutions and teaching facilities, really they should choose one. There was a time you needed all three together because of the cost and learning efficiency, however, that time has come and gone as the number of students entering all three segments has increased dramatically over the last 100 years. Many researchers who happen to be professors don't like to teach undergraduates and many undergraduates would rather have a professor who knows them and is open to them rather then learning in a lecture hall from a TA. There is no need to subject these two against each other anymore. Lifting the grunt teaching will free our researchers to explore and continue to push their craft in addition institutions focused on undergraduate learning will deliver a better, more hands-on education. Face reality, very little of research gets into undergraduate education and the longer we hold up this charade the worse this process will get.
I especially like how they get to keep your Internet history. Why do you think this is a good idea Cisco?
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