Just get a Dyson and use it. It works.
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Who is natalie portman?
One of the authors of this paper.
... but how do they know if a phone is being tethered?
- User-agent sniffing. Remedy: Change the UA string on your laptop's browser to match the one on your phone. Downside: Be ready to surf crappy "mobile-enabled" sites on your laptop.
- Deep packet inspection. P2P protocols etc are unlikely to be coming from your phone. Remedy: Use a VPN or an SSH tunnel.
- Traffic volume. Statistically higher traffic volumes suggest (but do not prove) tethering. Remedy: Use fewer bits
Could simply be encoded in the network tracking. The endpoint of the TCP request is not the phone, it's the machine attached to the phone.
Wrong. It's NAT-mapped. The endpoint is always the phone.
It was only then I noticed his outfit. Everyone else was in smart-ish jeans and shirts, but the entrepreneur was carefully dressed in a hoodie and a pair of open-toed flip flops. Later investigation would reveal that his 'billion dollar' app was a social network for people with
.edu addresses. The secret sauce? The fact that it gave college kids a way to flirt around campus.
Any of this sounding familiar? All he needed to complete the picture was a couple of embittered rowing twins baying for his blood...
Carr says the real tech innovation is happening in places like New York where old media is dying, where people take risks because they have nothing left to lose."
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Really? Windows improved that much? Maybe I should give it a try. Do you still have to type "win" at the prompt after booting up?
I believe you are referring to Charlie Sheen's operating system.
Personally, I think that in the future "computer science" won't really be a separate field of endeavor - like walking or throwing a ball or writing a report, it'll just be something people do without spending too much time thinking about it.
Of course it will still be a separate field of endeavor. It's just misnamed. Remember what Dijkstra said: "Computer science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes."
My personal philosophy is that the instant you hear the term "dumbing down" you can ignore the speaker. They don't have any valid points to make.
You, sir or madam, are destined for Internet fame. Behold the new Godwin.