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Bzzzzt, try again, IEC 80000-13.
What type of water towers do you have? This is what pretty much all them around here look like:
Because everybody else is going to leave now, right?
> The short story is that Maxtor was the first to have a Marketing department take advantage of that, knowing full well most people see MB and assume powers of 2.
Then most people are stupid. Stop trying to bastardize the SI prefixes for your hard drive edge case, in every other measure Mega is a base 10 power, not base 2.
It's not normal use that's the issue, it's overuse.
Community developers write useful things then get hired by the WMF to work on stuff nobody wants.
So wait, I guess not like MediaWiki.
Can be sure as shit that Kim isn't going to part with his money to defend him even if he didn't have his own case to worry about.
They didn't tip anything. All of this is pretty obvious investigation methods. Mouse wigglers and other tools to keep laptops and desktops powered and unlocked while you move them have been around for a long time.
Rusty treated OpSec as suggestions instead of law.
> Compound this with the fact that they kick out "any password used by you or anybody else *ever*" as a password change, which makes it absolutely clear that they store all passwords in plaintext, and I'm not really impressed with those jokers either.
No, no it doesn't. You dont need to know what the source text was to do a digest comparison.
They later went bankrupt. OFC it's Dailyfail, so take it with a grain of salt.
Unless you're Orin Hatch
> If there was *any* hope that this herb could treat that sickness where money could be made selling it, big pharma would have snapped it up and sold it under FDA rules as a drug, even over the counter
If it's a natural herb they can't get the patent. If they can't get the patent, they can't get a monopoly. If they can't get a monopoly, they can't make profit.
Valerian Root is essentially natural Valium/Xanax as they both operate to increase the amount of GABA in the brain.