Manpower. The limitation should be on population and area.
The important part is that we are NOT seeing such rapid changes amongst the PREDATOR population. So this is not unusual at all.
The lizards that are not sticky enough to climb out of reach of the predators are the lizards that get eaten by the predators.
Way too many people don't realize that our current economic and political system would not survive if critical thinking skills became commonplace.
Possibly. Although the same can be said of every other economic and political system as well. Which is a bit of a problem. People are messy. And each person has his/her own priorities and beliefs and weirdness.
We are destroying our own planet in the name of making 0.01% wealthy, and most of us, most of the time, are perfectly content to participate in the process in any way that pays decently and offers "interesting" work.
Just because someone exercises critical thinking does not mean that that person will come to the same conclusions that you have. They probably aren't starting with the same objectives as you.
Which is why companies DO NOT WANT real critical thinking skills.
They want people who think like they do and who come to the same conclusions that they do based upon the same information that they have.
And even without the law it seems fairly simple.
You do not INTENTIONALLY break equipment that you do not own. You do not do that. No matter how you feel about that equipment. Particularly when the person who now owns said equipment has no idea that there is a problem.
And I'd be wary of any company that could not understand that.
Actually, modern full scale combat is going a long way towards reducing the number of people who will be killed in conflict. The point of ground warfare is to take and dominate ground and systems like this make it happen more quickly and efficiently. That's a good thing.
No, it's reducing the number of combatants killed in conflict. The amount of 'collateral damage' (aka civilian deaths) continues to increase exponentially.
Non-lethal weapons would allow protestors to protest without getting killed.
Protestors should be able to protest WITHOUT the police using either lethal or non-lethal weapons against them.
The important thing here is to take away the governments ability to kill.
Except that you are not doing that.
You are providing the police with pain-compliance (aka "torture") devices.
And as can be seen in many news reports, once the police/government has them, they will use them. And that use will not be INSTEAD of more lethal options. They will be used when the victims do not IMMEDIATELY follow the orders of the police. Even if those orders are illegal to begin with.
Those weapons will be treated as a "force multiplier". Not as a preferred option over lethal force.
Business programmers who don't have a choice and must use what the IT department gives them.
Take a close look at the GDP, then come back and dare tell me we have an economy any longer in Amerika!
That makes sense on one level, but using telnet is a bad habit one shouldn't get into.
I agree. A better habit is setting up and using SSH.
Not only that but "defense in depth". Do NOT rely upon your perimeter defenses to stop all attacks. It only takes one person with a compromised laptop and you're cracked.
1) these were default passwords that everyone on the team knew
SSH can be set up the same.
2) the development VLAN is secured from outsiders
Until it is compromised.
Remember, in defense you have to be right on everything all the time. An attacker can just stumble into something you missed. Like someone's laptop that was brought in when it should not have been.
an actual coordinated attack within a 'safe' democratic
It's a single fool with a gun, not a group.
" Do you know how many terrorists that wanted to kill me I have come face to face with? 0.
Remove the "I have come face to face with" and that answer will certainly not be zero.
I think they picked the Czar they did for his marketing skills, not his medical skills.
You need a larger C: drive.
Windows doesn't have enough space for your temp directory for the code base you are working on.
Waterfall vs Agile. Waterfall, you get the spec, go and code. Agile you get lucky to code a couple of hours a day, the rest is ALL spec gathering, and then you stay up all night for the sprint right before you submit the code for user acceptance testing.