Yes, OpenBSD's main projects make things like carp, pf, etc. That seems to be the focus, and how most users use OpenBSD systems. I'm not sure how the Firefox thing is a worry to most folks who use and trust OpenBSD for their use. I've had a lot of OpenBSD machines over the years, but I don't think I've installed X Window more than a couple times.
Look to the post above.
Large stars have high interior pressure. Fusion rates are high. The stars burn out fast.
Small stars have much lower internal pressure. Fusion rates are low. The stars can last a long, long, long time.
There is a planet circling it. It's name is Z'ha'dum. Where the First One lives.
Nothing stops doctors around the world from prescribing the generic version of the old forumulation, of for you to ask your doctor for the generic of the old formulation.
People with bad doctors, and that don't bother checking if a generic version of the drug is available get ripped off, but the rest of the people in the world can get along just fine.
And in the last 25 years I've replaced about 200 failed drives. The Maxtors failed at about 5x the rate of the Seagates. That shows you want ancidotal evidence is worth.
To know actual reliability, you need stats on the level of Google or Amazon, that can tally failures by the 10's of thousands.
Yep. The people who advocate this interface are consumers only. They don't produce anything on the computer where you are going to need to spend a lot of time typing, etc. I do work. I want a decent interface. That's not touch.
WHY DID YOU SHOW ME THIS!?!
Do you know what you just did to my budget for the new year?
And a significant fraction of those that aren't 'fast enough', will become 'fast enough' for what they are used for with simply a video card upgrade.
There's some dirt on top of one of your o's. You should shake the crumbs out of your keyboard.
Unpaid internships are little better than no internship.
Just costly. But having a snafu like this at xmas will likely drive Amazon to spend more money quicker on it then they'd like, just for the reliability.
Which is slightly ironic, because there are folks who do exactly the same thing with photos from bookings when you are arrested. He may end up on the page of one of those blackmailers. Are the cops going after them as well?
They need the right to the death penalty.
No, it's not. It's the maximum the NIH will directly pay the PI for the postdoc position. PIs discretionary funds, departmental, or institutional funds are often added to boost the salary of folks in competitive areas. I know many folks paying their post docs well above that. Just because you don't know any, doesn't mean it doesn't happen, or isn't common.