A well trained shooter does two in the chest and one in the head. I know a man that died trying to stop a courthouse shooter by shooting center mass. Unfortunately the shooter was wearing body armor.
Some of the time older programs work, and other times they don't. Take some ancient version of Advantage database server, or a whole pile of proprietary DBs. Installing older versions on newer Windows is almost certain to break. Many have copy protection schemes that make assumptions on how Windows operates.
>I agree that computers "don't get slower", they are always the same speed as the day you bought them, that software "doesn't get worse", it's the same software as the day you bought it. I get the comparative nature of this.
This is true, but at the same time growth in data sets can make this not true too. Start out with a customer database that has a limited number of fields and it works great, everything hot fits in cache, most of the database fits in memory. Then as the years go buy you need to store more information. You add more columns, for things like email, websites, whatever else you can think of. All of the sudden your it doesn't fit in cache and you get a dramatic slowdown. You decide to live with it rather then spend $10,000+ to upgrade. You add many more customers, now the data doesn't fit in memory and you're going to disk and swap. I see this happen in real life quite often with large companies that take 10+ seconds to look up customer records.
Software doesn't change, but data does. And the data makes or breaks the system.
Never is a long time. Next, you are a poor risk assessor. If a bug exist, but is not found by you that does not mean it has not been used or exploited by someone else.
At one point you spent huge sums of money on memory, or a smaller large pile of money on lots of drives if you were in the moderate sized database world. With SSD you get excellent performance at a cost that ends up being far cheaper than disk per IOP. There are many applications where flash is replacing both memory and disk.
The difference between your pre-90 car and a car now, is you were much less likely to walk away if your old car got hit. New cars are made of plastic crumply stuff on purpose. They are cheaper to replace than body parts. RICO wouldn't go anywhere, they'd just show they are trying to meet safety standards.
If you believe that, then you should watch this.
This has problems too. What if someone outside of your ISPs network fakes your IP? What if another computer inside your ISP network fakes your IP?
It would have to happen at the CPE. Otherwise bots would get smarter, and in places like residential connections if your IP was 184.108.40.206 you just fake coming from 220.127.116.11 which is legitimate for the ISP to send traffic from, but would implicate the wrong customer when it came to blocking.
And they are not going to. A sizable percentage of an ISPs customers have some kind of bot on it. Since almost everyone these days has a NAT router if one computer out of ten has a bot on it, the entire network goes down. Customers get pissed. Bills don't get paid. Long arguments with tech support over who's problem it is. Some of these bots are wireless clients that move around too.
Or, they can do what they are doing now and neglect the problem. My money is on the continued neglect except in the worst of cases.
Thinking that governments have not, are not, and will not adjust children for their own means is slightly maladjusted in itself.
>My program for educating youth is hard weakness must be hammered away. In my castles of the Teutonic Order, a new youth will grow up, before which the world will tremble. I want a brutal, domineering, fearless and cruel youth. Youth must be all that. It must bear pain. There must be nothing weak and gentle about it. The free, splendid beast of prey must once again flash from its eyesThat is how I will eradicate thousands of years of human domesticationThat is how I will create the New Order.
>at least the product shouldn't cost nearly as much as when made by people
That totally depends on what percentage of said good is labor cost. Some products price are dominated by energy and materials costs.
Ah, we can always pump more oil out of the ground. We will always be able to find new sources of oil. What kind of liberal leftist ploy are you coming up with trying to say that we can't stick an unlimited number of tube and get an unlimited amount of oil out.
See, I too can use hyperbole as dumb as yours. We are not longer replacing people with machines, we are replacing people with machines, communication, and simulated intelligence.
In the shop I work out of we have stacks of hundreds of hard drives with bad sectors and a large number that are just dead. We see very few dead SSDs, but we only use Samsung or Intel cards. Don't use anything else.
Of course video writing is the perfect application for hard drives. A constant datastream at a fixed rate and large amounts of data over time, with few random IO and only bulk delete. If you are trying to stick a SSD in a PVR you are doing it wrong.