Cool, you're a professional, so you know which standards to follow and which ones to ignore.
Just setup a CloudFlare account and host your dns through them for free. Then use their api on your server whenever your ip changes.
An example of using the API is as follows... taken from https://www.cloudflare.com/doc...
-d 'a=rec_edit' \
-d 'tkn=8afbe6dea02407989af4dd4c97bb6e25' \
-d 'id=9001' \
-d 'email@example.com' \
-d 'z=example.com' \
-d 'type=A' \
-d 'name=sub' \
-d 'content=184.108.40.206' \
-d 'service_mode=1' \
You should not be using port 25 unless you are hosting a mail transmission agent. If you are submitting email from a user agent, you should be using port 587.
Port 25 has been deprecated by the IETF for over a decade and is reserved for transmission, not submission.
Nous ne comprendon pas!
by going way over NVRAM's rated write cycles.
Or you could just microwave the card
accidentally moderated redundant so posting to clear moderation
In Canada, download vs upload is defined by the initiator of the data transaction. Offering pieces of data for download does not count as uploading, it counts as downloading, as the other party has to make the request from your computer. Think of it as push vs pull instead of download vs upload. As such, the torrent protocol just so happens to never ever upload anything at all, in Canada.
Which two, as per the CDC?
Thanks for making everyone around you sick.
Maybe they should vaccinate themselves so they don't get sick...
The guy didn't technically get in trouble for teaching people how to break the polygraph test.
He got in trouble for inciting them to lie while under oath. But that doesn't really matter, since he pled guilty.
Once you enter your password into a website, the website can do anything that you can do.... Duh
Yes, mega doesn't have your key stored on their servers.
Yes, at any point while you're logged in they can change this fact, or they can just log your password, or whatever.
Doesn't matter what the website is, you have to trust it to use it.
How is this news?
yeap. the issue is the browser code, which essentially boils down to:
draw link with normal style
lookup link in visited database
if link exists in database
then draw link with visited style
The problem is that visited links get drawn twice, while non-visted links get drawn once. It doesn't matter if the links are styled the same or not, as the browser will still go through the motions, and take additional time in the visited case.
The browser doesn't care if the styles are both the same or not. If it did care, then it would have to do an additional comparison on every style that will change how the link is drawn, which would just be too slow.
This is a great step in the right direction. Hopefully it's not the last step.
Just as my mod points expire...
You're absolutely correct that it's the teachers that matter and not the institution.
Mind you, the institution also has to have the right culture in place to first attract and then tolerate the actions of teachers like this. I would also extend your point, and say that the professors matter just as much at a large university as they do at a small one.
Wouldn't AMD be targeting the 8000M for intel boards? If you're going to get an AMD cpu and integrated graphics, they want you to go for a Trinity solution.