Modern cattle ranching actually requires a ton of education if you want to be at all successful at it.
Like RSA or Microsoft?
He called in a bomb threat to delay taking a final. This is a dude that has already shown that he has poor decision making skills.
Hell, there's YouTube videos showing this. They had to have a bell ring to let people know it was safe to stop clapping.
Yes, because light, temperature and humidity values are highly valued by the intelligence community.
Let me guess, you're a huge Ray Kurzweil fan.
Countdown to a flood of unfunny, racist Indian call center jokes...
Congrats, I think you've come up with more solid ideas than the MS marketing department has in the last 5 years.
So, if I'm to follow the reasoning of this article, if we all use weak passwords , the market gets flooded and they all go out of buisness?
password:password, here I come!
Personally, I go with a roll of masking tape and a sharpie.
No typing, no wrangling with menus to get special characters or to switch fonts. No vendor consumables lock-in.
Pr0n edition....Glitchen were rather sexless, so I fail to see the allure of that.
You must be new to the Internet. Do you need the services of a guide?
The official went on to say that he totally heard that the Justice department has a big basket of puppies waiting in the office to give to Julian [Assange] if he just drops by by next week.
Browsers have been slowly becoming self-contained OSs for a decade now.
That's an overly narrow view. Yeah, if you're dealing with sensitive data then btsync probably isn't for you. But for making sure that you've got backups of your music, photos, etc it's by far and away the simplest and most headache-free backup system I've ever used. But frankly, if your data is that sensitive, you shouldn't be storing it on a 3rd party server anyway.
As for losing access to your data, there is no centralized server - it's all P2P. BtSync could get hit by an asteroid tomorrow and I'll still be able to get to my data just fine. Sync is purely a synchronization protocol. All your data is in the native directories on the respective machines. Encryption is something you have to handle seperately. (BT is planing integrated encrpytion in future Sync releases but I'm not sure I would trust a closed source security system for any data)
Also, there is an OSS effort to reverse engineer the Sync protocol and to release an open source client. When that comes out, I'll probably switch over but in the meantime, Sync is a great way to keep files backed up.