Why were books, magazines and newspapers never banned before? They're just as much of a distraction (at least, they used to be until smartphones took over). Heck, they give away magazines in every seat pocket.
"There seems to be a bagel with the ignition switch that we should look into."
The emails and memos will still get written, and it's not like anyone will be fooled by the obtuse circumlocutions.
There are other theorems with computer-assisted proofs that are too complex to verify by hand, going back decades. The four colour map theorem and the classification of finite simple groups are two examples.
They haven't been replying to all the petitions that met the requirements, so why do they need to raise the requirements?
We've seen time and again what happens when "responsible disclosure" is abused to allow security holes to go unfixed and exploited. This is big step backwards.
The New York-based careers website company said the acquisition of the technology websites is part of its strategy of providing content and services geared toward technology professionals."
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My thought was "EVERY baby needs a driveable robot!"
If that's the way they work, they should not be selling mission-critical software that is exposed to the internet.
Well I'm not sure, but my guess is that several of the test objectives did not get checked off.
> Responding to criticism, Bay thoughtfully explained that fans need to "chill."
Fans need to ignore Michael Bay and his movies entirely. I've never seen one of Bay's movies, he has never "ruined" anything for me, and I am perfectly content.
I wouldn't join with the same profile that I used personally.
Exactly. My work email address is different from my personal one, and likewise for social networks. The profile set up by my employer is used for work purposes only - it's got nothing to do with my personal life.
Examination of the example in the article suggests a heuristic algorithm that should provide near-optimal solutions and is suitable for real-time execution on neural wetware.
1. Start by mowing around the outside border.
2. Proceed going around, from the outside in.
3. When you reach a strip <= 3 mowers wide, clear it with short back-and-forths.
Proof of an upper bound on excess mowing vis-a-vis the optimal solution is left as an exercise for the reader.
TI's lawyers will be after him for DMCA violation because he's bypassed their physical copyright protection mechanism.