"a person hosted a website." The guy was hiring hit men and actively involved in the drug trade.
Upgrade your Flash then. Flash isn't going away anytime soon.
Original to that computer and it's programming, not to the world.
I am in agreement with the Lovelace test. You create on your own everyday. I think most of the folks on here are missing the point and are thinking too big "I didn't come up with the idea of a rocket ship and build it therefore I fail this test". That's not what this test is about. If you've ever so much as used a paper clip for a purpose other than holding paper together, you pass this test. It's about being able to adapt your environment to suit an application. Every human is able to do this and does it everyday in a host of situations that they don't even recognize as such.
Didn't they just get in trouble for an ignition switch failure. Looks like there's even more now. http://money.cnn.com/2014/05/1...
A sensible response! But I'm not giving up my U.S. Constitution. Although there seems to be a large mass of people living here / moving here that feel the need to change it. I say to them: Go start your own country if you think you have all the answers! Quit trying to change mine!
Wow, I am indifferent to the AC's comment. But then I read yours. I'm curious what lead you to name calling?
Jared, is this how they do things on Europa?
Nevermind the Doug, beware of owner! http://www.amazon.com/NEVER-MI...
Why 3 IP addresses? Where did you get that number from?
copyrighted material. Share a link to the original material.
No, actually. The rest of us knew when we created our dropbox accounts NOT to put material there that might cause a problem. I don't put material I don't want anyone to see there - ya know like social security numbers, credit card numbers, passwords, etc - unless I've encrypted it before hand. This goes for all shared services. Anyone who believes the 'we promise we won't look at your stuff' line is naive. It may very well be corporate policy and they may try very hard to follow that, but it only takes one bad apple employee to go snooping through your stuff and commit identity theft!
I AM a brain-dead fanbois of Slashtardia you inconsiderate clod!
The OP was referencing Apple as an example. I agree that Apple is a solid example of his argument. I disagree with you in your all encompassing statement that people buy Apple because 'looks cool'. I've not met anyone who spends their hard earned cash this way. Folks I know purchase the products because they work very well and require the least amount of maintenance from the user.
This! There's so much junk in space it's like you don't have to worry if your ship breaks down. Find an old 1960's version of your broken part floating around (probably be within 10 feet of you) pop it in and your good to go.