BTW: taking into account the age of the systems I can make a bet they use HP-UX since I worked on both systems 'in parallel' in the early nineties.
Really? You've been around that long, and still have not learned not to feed the trolls?
2. The very word 'unbreakable' is misleading - as nothing, absolutely nothing - is unbreakable, in the tech scene
Yes, but anything that you can refer to as "breakable" encryption is really no encryption at all.
And even if you are paranoid, somebody might still be out to get you.
Money isn't that bad a negative proxy for support, since if you can't raise money you don't have much popular support. (It doesn't work the other way.)
But money is a terrible positive proxy, precisely because it doesn't work the other way. Lessig does not want to BE president, and has indicated so by way of his promise to resign. But Lessig's issue needs to be heard, and the other candidates need to respond in a meaningful way, and the debate stage (this one or the next one) is the place where that is most likely to happen.
Maybe sooner. Maybe this March issue with no nudity is just the setup for
April Fool's Joke
OF ALL TIME!!!!!
If he can raise significant amounts of money, he can run his own ads. If he makes a decent showing in a primary or in state caucuses, he has some claim to be heard.
Your statement is the exact catch-22 that is keeping him out of the debates, and it is a further example of how money has become the gatekeeper for our entire political system. This is the corruption that Lessig is fighting against.
He should use those talents to try to educate people that the "Two Party" system is a cabal of political oligarchs who fleece the people by convincing them they have a choice when in reality there is only "fork over your money or something bad might happen".
That is exactly what he is trying to do, but he needs to get in front of the cameras on the debate stage to do it.
Experiment 626 is what we are really anxious to hear about.
I was under the impression (having actually read The Mythical Man Month) that the premise actually was "adding manpower to a late software project makes it later" which is not the premise being discussed here.
That is correct, along with my favorite paraphrase, "Programming time is not fungible". Regarding the summary, perhaps the author should seek the advice of The Doctor: "Answers are easy. It's asking the right questions which is hard."
Well said. You win all of my fake Internet points.
I assume your password manager is password protected, right?
which address the issue of pointer ownership.
I own the pointers, they're all mine!
ALL YOUR POINTERS ARE BELONG TO US!
51 crew members to be exact.
For reference, recreational diving is usually limited to 30 to 40 meters (90 to 120 feet). I've only been past 90 feet a couple of times myself, so this is pretty hard core.
Until you get arrested for 'hugging' a post made by a teenager
So call it a "Feels" button.
Marvelous! The super-user's going to boot me! What a finely tuned response to the situation!