what about a system that locks your Att sim when you are overseas? and maybe auto buy a local sim with your credit card if you try to use your phone? or just cut your hand? anything that is not allowing att sim used overseas is a win.
if its out of sync with the current code (ie a bug, not missing new features) you cant sell it.
and instead of suing or using another vendor you bent over and paid up. that is a sure way to show them how angry you are
Private ownership of natural monopolies is a threat to my security.
That would make you a socialist, according to the other party. The people that vote for them are so uneducated that this dog whistle works quite well all of the time: you are either a patriotic capitalist or a pinko commie socialist and there can never be a reasonable combination of the two (like public roads, police, fire and military, for example). This is why we are removing critical thinking education from our schools (don't think, just knee jerk).
The only job of a ceo is, besides getting rich, rally the troopsand use his/connections.
How well a Canadian can really American troops and how useful would be a foreigner's connections?
> i will protect against buffer overflows attacks.
> while running a closed source application that downloads other applications from the internet. And it all runs as root so i can't cheat.
Genius. You're a fucking genius.
The still most widely deployed version, 2.3, is fine. At least if you don't run apps with ads, but then, there's no hope left for you anyway.
Nobody mentions which version introduced the bug in the browser, but I'm guessing it's 3.1. But i know very little.
Everyone is circlejerking on hackernews nowadays.
$7.2 million of intangible assets and $6.3 million of goodwill related to Slashdot Media
and have only started to realize some improvement on related sites. With ad revenue declining and not expected to pick up (read: everyone who uses Slashdot uses adblocking softwarwe), it appears that the Slashdot stewardship experiment by Dice Holdings has been a financial failure.
Since the site has been redesigned in a user-hostile fashion with a very generic styling, this reader surmises Dice Holdings is looking to transform or transfer the brand into a generic Web 3.0 technology property. The name may be more valuable than the user community (since we drive no revenue nor particularly use Dice.com's services)."
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Hey John, I'm going to parrot what a few others have said; you might want to re-think the site name a little to avoid trademark dispute and angering the Dice.com gods. Maybe something like afterslash.org (altslash, as mentioned earlier, is too similar I think to alterslash, an existing blogroll/summary site).
I'd help in any way I can. I'll contact you later.