He should pay people to go around smashing windows so that glaziers will call him a hero too.
Frankly, I think this is useful.
Sure, but that doesn't mean NASA should be doing it. Get some other government body to do it. Or set one up if there isn't anything suitable already existing. Don't use money allocated for space research for something other than space research.
As I think I've posted here before, the last three or four years, google results have been getting worse and worse - I regularly see things I've excluded with a -"search term" that have that term, explicitly, in the semi-para that's displayed, And the ads are *much* worse. I was looking for mens boots -ladies -women -womens (and yes, if you give or do not give a plural, the other will show up), and saw a sponsored ad for women's boots
ROI has definitely cut into usefullness. And why hide the advanced search?
That was the one that got away from me as a kid, herding them, and I was punished for loosing her. They belonged to us, and so any offspring are *mine*.
And you kids these days, think spring is bad when the dogs and cats start shedding, we needed *rakes* when out mammoths started shedding....
mark "and my folks still had the bones of the dinosaurs they helped get rid of...."
Friends who are not my friends apparently want me to stop finding meaningful results.
First, I'd like to know the domain registrars for the sites - are there a few, or many? If a few, that's a bigger problem.
Second, remember that you can always manually add another nameserver, like one of google's, to your resolv.conf, and fix it so that it's not rewritten (or automatically replace it every time you log into your computer).
Third, thanks for another reason, among many, to not ever want to switch to Comcast.
"Asking around among our tech-savvy friends though, no one has a good answer to the question, 'how would you backup 20TB of data?'. It's not like you could just plug in an external drive, " tells me that you have NO "tech-savvy friends". None. Zip.
Right now, I'm on my biweekly offline backup - that's where we rsync from the online backups to offline backups. This is the 10 3TB drive, if you're interested, out of 13.
Now, if you actually had any "tech-savvy friends", as opposed to people who think they're "power users", they'd have pointed out, first, that what your tech-savvy-friendless friend had was *not* a 20TB file, but many, many files. It's certiainly not any kind of problem to partition them - y'know, divvy up the RAID and have movies and music subdirectories, and break that up by moving all the movies whose title starts with "A" under
Oh, and why can't you do it in an external drive? Certainly, that's what I'm doing *right* *now* as I type with those 13 3TB drives.
For attackers, the advantage of abusing the WordPress pingback feature in this manner is that they can spread their attacks over a large number of unique IP addresses, making it harder for the targeted sites to block them, Cid said. "It does not amplify the bandwidth utilization, but the scale and reach of the attack."
From the description of the issue, all that seems to be happening here is that an attacker makes an HTTP request to a third-party blog that supports Pingback, and that blog makes an HTTP request to the target. As stated, there's no amplification, so all this appears to be doing is masking the source of the attack.
To what is he referring when he says that it amplifies the "scale and reach" of the attack?
Since his lab is under supervision of the French government, he was required to review his findings with authorities. [...] They told me that this presentation was unsuitable for being public [...] Filiol said his research is now classified.
I know he says that pulling out was the moral thing to do, but describing this as "self censorship" is a bit of a misrepresentation. He showed every tiing ahead with it until the French government got involved, and if he had wanted to go ahead with it, the French government would have stopped him.
Let's start with the NIH main campus, in Bethesda, MD, where somewhere between 30,000 and 40,000 people work every day. That include maintenance, cafeteria and hospital staff. If between 500 and 1000 left, that's 2.5%-5% reduction.
Then consider the fact that it's probably the largest pure medical research institution in the world. Note that I said "pure research" - we're not talking about billions used to find a drug that's equivalent to, or only marginally better than an existing drug... because your patent on that one's about to run out.
And I suppose most of you are twentysomethings who never get sick, and will live forever (aka willfully ignorant children).
And the US, biggest economy in the world (for the moment) can't keep the budget up, since we have to have 15% or lower taxes on the people whose annual income is larger than most countries, because, heaven forfend, they might have to scrimpt and save, and maybe would be unable to buy that next Hawaiian island....
How does that work? What database dump requires an executable? All the ones I know simply create a very large human readable text file.
Who the fuck would execute an executable from a bunch of hackers who claim to have hacked a financial site related to a whole digital currency with said currency residing on the same machine as the one you are running the exe on.
And I thought people that ran kitten.scr.exe were idiots.
First off, I get what you are saying and it seems pretty obvious to me.
But now for the hard and funny until you think about it, then you have to laugh so you don't cry.
Here it is:
And is your post part of such a program?
Where does the dis-information begin/end?
No I don't think you are, the shill accounts are rather obvious to stop, no real posting history, no jokes, no human observations, just shill posts. But when the lying has spread so far, how does a normal person know what is true and what isn't anymore.
And if you ask, why would they do that? So ordinary people give up because they just can't deal with it anymore. The feeling I am having for the last year.
For one, she will NOT want to install all the constant flow of updates, while CentOS (like upstream, as we say), is *stable*, and she doesn't need the GoshAWoWeeK3wl eyecandy crap so popular with teenagers.
Besides, you've been using CentOS for years. Who do you think is going to get called for tech support... and wouldn't you rather work on something you're *very* familiar with?
mark "read a zillion horror stories of folks doing tech support for their folks over the phone, esp, WinDoze tech support....:"
e.g. zydeco, Appalachian, Mongolian throat warbling. Or if you take a truer definition of "classical music", then medieval, baroque, renaissance, early and late romantic, contemporary, etc.