We even have an expensive logic analyzer running windows2000.... guess what, it still works! Next to that there are many other machines running XP, such as scopes and telecom measurement equipment. Simple solution: keep them off the network.
Congrats on 'forgetting' that Higgs shares this discovery with François Englert. Entry written by chauvinist Englishman?
My current solution is: - NAS (QNAP) at home with various apps - Exposure towards the internet is SSH, VPN and https (with self-signed certificate) The only weakness in this scheme is possible flaws in SSH, OpenVPN or SSL. Ignoring those, whatever I do remotely on my NAS is for my eyes only. Accessed through either my smartphone (n900) or debian based linux systems.
The sad thing is that one of the victims of Word was Ami Pro, the first WYSIWYG text editor for Windows. And it used styles (templates) they way it should. Still feel sorry for those guys. I can't even remember how many messed-up documents I took from desperate people, stripped them to bare ascii, set up the styles the way they wanted and started applying. Should have seen their eyes when the document came out of the printer.
I'm sorry, but many (if not most - I'm out of the pre-press business for a few years) workflows are fully PDF and importing one as source is dead easy. I bet they have more problems with Word.
OK, you win my joke of the day award (even if it's nearly 30 minutes into the next day already here). Thanks!
No it isn't... RTFA you link to: that fire started in an area below cabin, not above.
one word: VLAN
Exactly. Plus, a Software Engineer has a very broad basic knowledge because the first years in your engineering studies are common for a lot of fields, so a software engineer also has basic electronics and mechanical (amongst others) knowledge. A programmer could be anybody who had programming lessons or learned by himself. Which is why a software engineer is a lot more useful in projects which combine include software and hardware design.
On the other hand, Apple went into extreme efforts to encrypt the ipod so that it becomes near impossible to have it run your own firmware. Apple will allow you to write apps, as long as they agree with your app and it doesn't duplicate functionality. Try writing a replacement music player app for your ipod. Good luck.
Yay, looking forward to the operation every two years, to upgrade or repair.... seeing how long it takes for electronics to break these days, or how long hardware/software is supported by the manufacturer.
I really want a car that will be completely wet inside after being parked in the rain for some time! Seriously though, I think the folding will remove the stiffness of the frame, and as such the stability while driving and the safety in case of an accident.