$20 million per entry.
O wait, you gotta send someone there first to build the fences. Doh!
If they could run TCP over it, that'll greatly reduce the current speed-of-light and no-line-of-sight limitations.
For antipodal locations, it's about 40,075 km round trip (best case) with current technology versus 12,756 km for a direct route.
Fist came out in 1975
Hugo Award Nominee
So says Ken Rockwell:
Your Camera Doesn't Matter
I'd have to agree with him. Many beginners get too caught up with gear. I'm not a "pro" by definition, though I have won photo contests and my work has been published dozens of times. All of my work was done using "cheap", "inferior" cameras.
Mainly covers DRM products, but this sentence from their website is relevant:
These products have been intentionally crippled from the users' perspective, and are therefore "defective by design".
Reminds me of an ex-colleague who said his hobby is "building furniture". I thought "Wow! A real craftsman!" until I found out that his definition of building furniture is buying stuff from Ikea and assembling it.
I didn't have the heard to tell him that his efforts would fall under the "cheap, low-skilled labor" category in third world countries. He seemed genuinely proud of the furniture he "built".
Probably overlaps with:
Twitter's List Of 370 Banned Passwords
Anyone have the actual Hotmail list?
Who TF puts up Windows logos? People paid by Microsoft, that's who.
For instance, Vivendi, the parent company of Universal (the largest record label) has a market cap of $25.1 bil; 10% of that is "only" $250 mil. Warner Music has a market cap of only $1.1 bil.
Here's how I'd do it:
1) Buy a 10% stake in the "big four" labels right now.
2) Every month, for the next two years, buy another %1 stake in the labels.
3) Do not negotiate or meet with the labels at all.
4) Attend all shareholder meetings at the labels, but remain silent.
They'll eventually get the message.
But really, if you've got someone playing Farmville 6+ hours a day at work, then it is an employee problem, not a security problem...
Any sufficiently advanced bug is indistinguishable from a feature. -- Rich Kulawiec