Leaving assite entirely the debate over death penalty to begin with, when we have to put down our pets, vets don't seem to have any trouble putting them to sleep, (and then inject more and more until sleep becomes permanenet.) Maybe the state just needs to fire to their medical experts and hire some country vet?
Interesting summary on that TDL4, thanks...
After all this time, i still remember the good ol' days having to clean up MonkeyB... it's nice to see the old timer ideas getting put to more modern/criminal use
Rats have poor eyesight and navigate by smell and tactile (whiskers.). the real story here is that they used any brain power at all.
If security was at all a real concern, let alone a priority, java would never install itself as a plugin in every browser it can find, ready to run arbriary code from untrusted sources, by default and with every update. All credability here has been lost ages ago.
I think more regulation on Bitcoin trades can only serve to help protect people from Ponzi schemes. No, I'm not like those other people who call Bitcoin a Ponzi, they are not. However, the exchanges that are now springing up are amost a perfect recipe for one. Someone sets up an exchange, pople open accounts to which they deposit money to engage in bitcoin trading, exchange operators help themselves to funds, either for operational expenses or to line their pockets, and instead back the accounts with bitcoin, bitcoin innevitably suffers a 'market correction,' there's a run on the cash accounts, and the exchange can't keep up with the cash withdrawals, voila, classic ponzi.
Nope, they couldn't even charge him for Tresspass, The closet was publicly accessible... (and was even being used by some of the public as a coat closet.) Using the network jack he found in there, however, was a no-no.)
Not exactly correct. He *did* have legal access to Jstore. Where his mistepped is creating a automatic "spider" to fetch the articles for him, against terms and service.
The 'crime' here was violatoin of terms of service. It was the equivalent of having out too many library books at the same time. It is the *same* Federal crime as creating a Facebook or Google+ profile under an assumed name.
Prosecuters refused any plea bargain that did not involve jail time because Aaron was politically emberassing to some.
It's a pity Slashdot doesn't let you delete comments when you realize how badly you goofed
That should be as easy as *not* installing Trumpet Winsock. (No TCP/IP in Win 3.1) As far as Internet goes, Win 3.1 was a really secure system. Malware writes had to be creative and resort to tricks like infecting Boot Records and binary to infect systems.
I should have been more clear. In Thunderbird a mail 'folder' is a single maidir file.
Nix on that one. MS security essentials is the only anti-virus that did more damage than an actual Virus. With default settings, SE took it upon itself to delete an entire e-mail folder in thunderbird, silently and with no warning, because of a simple e-mail virus. Not quarantine, mind you, just outright delete.
I should have been more clear. I was talking about the menu bar.
The the previous versions of Unity I tried, the menu bar would be hidden at the top of the screen until you moused over it to see the menus.
Does Unity still play Hide the Menu? That might seem like a pet peeve, but I think that right that demonstrates just exactly how much attention is put to "useability" of Unity.