Assume you have a PRNG or RNG. It outputs a stream of bytes. Then also assume that you can produce a bitmap image from a stream of bytes- it doesn't have to look like anything, but you can directly render a stream of bytes as an image. Ergo, run any RNG long enough and eventually (ok a long eventually) a picture of obama (or you, or anyone specific) having sex with an infant will materialize.
wii mini is available easily
dont tell that to my new employer. I was asked to join after working as a contractor from my old employer. I've been working since 1994.
I am disheartened to say that I have little doubt than in 10 years time someone will be getting charged with this and the supreme court will upload it.
Exactly- the fact that pretty much one of the largest sites in the world is running mysql should tell you something good about mysql.
I've done a number of Zend Framework projects, and while I've been pretty careful to use quoteInto and quoteIdentifier and try to use the zend db select objects and whatnot, there are some queries with joins and things that just can't be abstracted (yet, with ZF at least), so if I were to switch databases there's still a lot of things I'd have to rewrite on the larger projects.
if more hosts would offer PGsql, I would use it, but my clients options get limited otherwise.
Sounds quite a bit like a Keno from SGU.
#4 would make it tough on individual/small biz researchers.
What a rip off. They change way more for the exact same thing last I checked.
Why don't people like them? I own about 40 domains and have nothing but good service. I don't use their shared hosting though- it was too gloppy/bursty.
and turboprops are both a jet and a propeller
My backpack has two large removable aluminum rods that run down the back. They look like they're part of the structure, but they're fully removable and actually quite effective weapons. While they have no cutting power, they're long enough and hard enough and have enough mass to be very painful when swung.
Works on Mediacom cable in the midwest.
This thread says a lot more.