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The crackers and spammers won't know which are which.
If they use the list to perpetrate, then their IP address is immediately tagged as being malicious.
If they use the list to cull their own list of nonexistent addresses, then they inadvertently cull your good address also. So you win again.
You're paid to write the original documentation, and are voluntarily editing the Wikipedia.
This is about being paid to edit the Wikipedia.
The policy should be: if you're paid to write, get the fuck out!
I'm not going to dig through the history of every article, and follow link to the authors, to check whether it is a paid shill.
Pay me, or you don't get to extort your users with your locking scheme!
I just blocked LinkedIn today from being able to deliver SMTP to my mail server.
Some linked-in dickhead (link sausage? haha) thought it was a good idea to send an invite to a public mailing list that I run.
Fiberglass is actually a composite made of epoxy (or other) resin, with glass fibers embedded in it for tensile strength.
Until you have a biodegradable epoxy to go with your biodegradable cellulose cloth, there isn't any point.
I don't think fiberglass itself is used for strength in other applications, but for its fire-retardant properties (insulation wool, glass cloth). Good luck with cellulose there.
Anyone who knows their own password, and is already logged into the gun, can fire the gun, if they just speak "sudo fire", and then say their password.
Plus they can keep killing people with just "sudo fire" with no password for a configurable amount of time since the last "sudo".
... plus "Wait, let me quit Skype and re-start; I will call you back".
For instance, it would be nice if the lastest version of Skype for Windows didn't sometimes freeze for 45 seconds at a time when merely sending an instant message, with no audio or video call in progress.
A translator for Skype? Bah, that just needs a fixed vocabularly of audio files consisting of "can you hear me now?" and "I cannot see you!" in 50 languages.
If you want subjects who don't mind not bathing for four weeks, just go to any CS lab.