Depends on the date of expiration on the epi pen, the door, the coworker, the time to the nearest hospital, any near by door destroying weaponry, and on how many appendages I have at the moment and their current status.
Yeah, I agree. Its UX desgin. Which most programmers at small companies have to do themselves. It gets more complex in games, sure, but its not that different.
When ever I hear game designers try to explain what they do I always think of John Romero and ion storms issues with Daikatana. Too many game/level designers not enough engineering and art talent.
Star Trek was fiction, but man, let me tell you, Trekkies was fact.
The state's major electric utilities backed the bill but couldn't provide figures on how much customers already using distributed generation are getting subsidized by other customers. Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. and Public Service Co. of Oklahoma have about 1.3 million electric customers in the state. They have about 500 customers using distributed generation. Kathleen O'Shea, OG&E spokeswoman, said few distributed generation customers want to sever their ties to the grid. 'If there's something wrong with their panel or it's really cloudy, they need our electricity, and it's going to be there for them,' O'Shea said. 'We just want to make sure they're paying their fair amount of that maintenance cost.' The prospect of widespread adoption of rooftop solar worries many utilities. A report last year by the industry's research group, the Edison Electric Institute, warns of the risks posed by rooftop solar (PDF). 'When customers have the opportunity to reduce their use of a product or find another provider of such service, utility earnings growth is threatened," the report said. "As this threat to growth becomes more evident, investors will become less attracted to investments in the utility sector.''"
This kind of misleading crap posted as front page news is the reason I read Slashdot less and less these days.
It's just that "Google" has become lazy shorthand for "search engine", that's all.
How common is 'food insecurity in college or high school'? What tricks can you share with current students?"
"Specifically, the attacker repeatedly sent malformed heartbeat requests to the HTTPS web server running on the VPN device, which was compiled with a vulnerable version of OpenSSL, to obtain active session tokens for currently authenticated users," Mandiant's Christopher Glyer explained. "With an active session token, the attacker successfully hijacked multiple active user sessions and convinced the VPN concentrator that he/she was legitimately authenticated."
After connecting to the VPN, the attacker attempted to move laterally and escalate his/her privileges within the victim organization, Mandiant said."
>which is the fork and which the original
I don't care too much about that. I am interested in which is better though.
Which is better?
Update: 04/17 04:36 GMT by T : The attention this case has gotten may have something to do with the later-announced decision by the Allegheny County District Attorney's office to withdraw the charges against Stanfield.
This will happen time and again. If not Intuit, it will be industry X buying government on issue Y because it benefits them.
You can blame Intuit all you want, but that's like blaming sand for flowing downhill. Legal lobbying for your best self-interest is what we all do.
The real problem is not Intuit, but it's the Government. It should not be "buyable." Its purpose was to provide national security and law and order, that's all. The more functions and power it takes on, the more the lobbying goes up..
Think it's not bad enough? Heck, a 30-mile circle outside DC is populated mainly by lobbyists.
>Flamebait is about intentionally trolling to insight a response.
>Reading a damn dictionary is not that hard, so stop making up your own definitions for words.
(ps. it's spelled "incite" in that context).