Dude, cows are way more ethical than Italian hackers that steal information and give it to rogue governments.
I re-image mine from an image I made, stored on a server in the middle of the house. Every time the machine boots, it re-images the OS image on the local hard drive, thoroughly destroying anything else that might have been on the disk. When an update to the main image is necessary, I make a new one.
I create those once about every six months, unless there's an emergency patch like Heartbleed. This works on all of the computers in my home. Wife and daughter go through the same process on their machines.
Boot to Ghost, install os, play, run, do whatever. In the event of a virus, it's short lived. When I attended Berkeley, this was the way they had set up their computer lab. I remember, at the time, being intrigued by the setup.
Now that I have myself, my wife, and a five year old all using machines around the house (nine distinct pc's), I have a practical use application for this.
Since I implemented this about five years ago, we have had virtually no problems with it. The drawback of course is that it's a lot easier to do if your machines, desktops, laptops, etc, all match. Learned that one the hard way, but good now.
My machine gets shut down about once a week. My daughter is always letting the battery burn down on her laptop, so she images more frequently than anyone else in the house. My wife is also at about once a week.
Also, rather than placing the ingredients to a salad in this robot's hoppers, do you know another way you could combine them into a fully assembled and ready to eat salad? Hand them to a THREE YEAR OLD and have him mix them. Or, you could toss them into a bowl and... do nothing, because BINGO! There's a salad.
Yep, you're welcome.
If the DJ did indeed pay a fee to play said songs, then I don't see why another should be paid by the restaurant owner.
EXACTLY. What if the DJ had played the songs in a park? Would the city have to pay BMI's licensing shakedown fee?
Fair point. I think I've just got newspeak burnout at the moment.
Pretty much. I suppose that's what keeps people in repetitive jobs though.
Look, I know the guys in suits buy into this crap, but there's really no reason to spread it on our walls.
If you're going to provide a solution to a problem do it, describe it in clear concise english. This person hasn't actually said anything at all. They simply used a larger than necessary amount of words to do it.