Those rabble, all theyre good for is providing the food you eat and manufacturing the goods you use.
Thats not correct. Windows RT is an actual product name for an OS.
WinRT is a stripped down version of Windows that does not include the desktop or related functionality. Windows on the desktop is a superset of WinRT and includes "the interface formerly known as Metro".
"Fixing a PRNG" if your primary business is not crypto seems like an incredibly bad idea.
If you seed from 5 sources, and only one is truly random, you still have a good seed. This is why the linux folks try to use as many sources to seed urandom as possible; they posted on this recently regarding the intel CPU hardware RNG.
Just because there are nefarious things going on doesnt mean that people have stopped making mistakes, or that the two are somehow mutually exclusive.
Yes, you should still want proof that this is malicious or subversive.
Theyre going to Kentucky because the shipper sent it there. Louisville is a major shipping hub.
Im pretty sure Newegg does not determine the route your package takes.
then people should be well within their rights to show up with a wheelbarrow, right?
And the restaurant will gently (or not so gently) remind you that it is a private establishment with every right to tell you to take your patronage elsewhere, that you are abusive and they dont want you there.
Thats some bizarre doublethink. Regulations are too onerous; conclusion: its the fault of the guys favoring deregulation.
The solution isnt to offload teenage poor decision making onto society as another burden; its to discourage the risky / bad decisions.
Have you ever heard the term enabling?
Availability is a loaded word in this case. Go buy condoms as a 14 years
Clearly thats something I should subsidize.
in an area where religious people want to burn people who use contraceptive on a stake....good luck (of course IMO they shouldn't need it at that age but the reality is different). You may also be in an area where your doctor will try to convince you not to get contraception. They'll prescribe it if you INSIST....
No hyperbole detected here. And contraception requires a prescription?
Heres a wild question: even getting out of the whole "why should I pay for behavior that I dont approve of" issue, why should anyone be on the hook for someone elses recreational behavior if they cant afford it?
I mean what if instead of sleeping around at 14, my vice is taking vacations in the bahamas. Should taxpayers be on the hook for that? Why is personal responsibility demanded in one area and not the other?
It most definately IS worth curating your inbox. One of the toughest issues ive seen WRT backups and email performance is absurdly large PST files. Guess what: that PST file is marked as "modified" every time you open outlook, and most online backup systems will mark it as needing to be re-backed up each time leading to some absurd bandwidth usage. Theres also all of the issues with potential for a single file to get corrupted, difficulty in repairing it (ever tried to scanpst a 25GB pst?), performance indexing it, etc... all because people cant be bothered to keep their mailbox under control. And of course when you finally decide to move to provider like Outlook.com / exchange / gmail, you discover they have a 25GB limit.
Source: Been there way too many times with clients. Hoarding is never the answer, and is often the problem.
Only catch with these local backups - it seems to be that when CP goes offline (bankrupt), even the local backups won't work anymore
Im fairly certain that is correct, but they offer an enterprise version without that issue.
A 2 way mirror is not a backup. Treat it like one and youll learn some pretty valuable lessons eventually.
They probably dont have strict limits, its more of a "we know an abusive customer when we see it." Having a strict policy probably isnt necessary till they see the outliers consuming disproportionate resources, and then have to deal with abusive jackasses. 20TB is so far above the clear intention that its silly anyone would even have to point that out.