We're Google: Give us every detail of your life for a song.
Article should be called 'Exploiting wildcards on GNU'.
All of the examples in the original document work because GNU software can intersperse options and filenames freely. None of those exploits would work in BSD userland, for example.
our concept of information theory is a function of the universe it was developed in.
I don't think it needs to look similar to the universe's inner mechanisms just because of that.
...has the "simulated universe" hypotesis just got a slight boost from this finding?
No. The scientific name is "mantis religiosa", which tells you why praying is right.
It took a study to figure that out?
It took a study to find proof.
Only an idiot doesn't realize that, by claiming that the text is a metaphor, one can arbitrarily twist its meaning until it vaguely seems to make sense.
The bible does not disagree with reality.
Yes, it does. Only an idiot wouldn't realize that.
Maybe you should GOTO the event.
But then he can't RETURN...
And of course it's just a coincidence that Google's "incompetence" turned out to be profitable for them.
Apple's marketing dept. couldn't have said it better.
Methinks a moderator needs more coffee, that wasn't offtopic.
Yes it was, at least in part. The details on the old article's topic were completely unnecessary in order to make the point.
I say to you I'm one of American people! That suckering FBI must don't touch all my costitutionals freedoms!
Once upon a time, Google used to only serve up text based ads. They weren't annoying and didn't try to infect machines with malware.
Yep. And we blocked them all the same.