Lets just air-gap those systems -- unless someone can explain why we need to make a nuclear reactor accessible from the Internet.
Uh, no it's not.
When Steam client fails to connect to the server it will (after a long timeout) let you play your games in its offline mode. I've done it before.
Old CRTs? They could make an army of radioactive supermen.
Send them our old incandescent light bulbs.
No, that will also just help them stay warm like the coal.
Sony Pictures is to distribute its film The Interview online, after a cyber-attack and a row over its release.
They made an adaptation for online viewing called "The Interview online"?
Oh, I see. "Online" is not part of the film's title, but we italicized it as well for some reason.
Either that or get the content up to the promised accuracy (that seems impossible though).
No it's not. It's called "secret shopper", a.k.a -- the company pays for their own content by hiring a reviewer who does not tell the establishment he is there to professionally review them and instead poses as a regular customer so he gets no special treatment.
But in an ever repeating cycle, companies today want to crowdsource (get for free) the content that drives people to visit them. Low investment = low quality. Much like news outlets' quality goes down as they start using user submissions, tips and rumors from social networking, and amateur visuals because they dont' want to pay for professional journalists and cameramen.
I set mine waaay low when I'm reading late at night. Then again the room lights are also pretty dim, too. It's always surprising how dim it is if I try using it the next day in a fully lit room.
The best software does its job quietly and doesn't need a bunch of attention from the user, allowing your to do your actual work.
Something that seems to be lost on the makers of many other software projects, OSS and commercial.
What's that? Sharing copyrighted movies (released or otherwise) is against the law?
Thank you, Joe_Dragon. We had absolutely no idea.
We'd better contact these Anonymous guys and let them know, right? I'm sure they would change their mind if they were made aware if this information.
Thank you for linking us to that new information from that forum post from 2003.
You see humans boarding up windows, sandbagging shops, anchoring boats away from the dock, etc, you know a destructive storm is on it's way.
Or that the weathermen are talking about one like it's going to be anyway. What I've noticed more and more lately is overstating of the damaging potential of a storm. Whether this is because they're worried about people holding them responsible for not giving accurate warning to danger, or to whip people up into a disaster-preparedness shopping spree I can't tell. All I know is the last several snowstorms that were predicted for my area either didn't happen at all or only gave a light dusting of accumulation. Nothing that serious warranted packing up a bunch of emergency supplies or getting worried.
When you're wearing the jeans your legs will only move at two-thirds normal speed. You have to have the blazer dry cleaned, and specifically by Norton, once a year otherwise it and the trousers may cease to function and leave you naked out on the street one day.
Well, they're counting changing the password from "GoBadgers1" to "GoBadgers2".
That shouldn't be hard -- obstructing traffic is against the law. They can just arrest the cabbies after they refuse to move when requested and have their cabs towed.
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