There I said it. The lack of adoption and the lack of knowledge have made it a tremendous burden with absolutely zero benefit to our organization. I'm fine with running ipv4 into the ground. I just don't care anymore. I hate ipv6.
Labor shortage not so much, but roving gangs of rifle armed religious fanatics, well... that's something the Roman's never had to deal with
when the records start falling in the next olympics.
That is the stupidest thing I've ever seen modded insightful on slashdot... Different tools for different jobs "dude"... You would not write a SOA platform in asm/c or c++. Just because you don't understand the domain these languages serve, doesn't mean they need to die.
This is easy. It's not worth it. The losses attributable to "not encrypting" something are less than the cost of "encrypting everything" and managing it. It doesn't hurt enough yet. Wait till we get a large scale breach of a service like alt.com or adultfriendfinder. You will then see some action. Capitalism is not pro-active unless it's clearly profitable and has little risk.
This was not an altruistic act, and google is a corporation just like any other. They do evil. They did evil in China for as long as it was profitable.
No bonuses or raises, yet we somehow managed to come up with enough money to pay Oracle for a weblogic license. We don't host any apps that require anything more than jsp and servlets. We use spring instead of j2ee. It's fucking absurd.
So how much value does IT generate in a year?
That's not bad for an open device that will run hostap. At that price, these are essentially disposable. 1800mah is fully powerable by a 28 watt solar charger. You could build motion capture field cameras or something out of them. I love it when tech gets cheap.
What's so funny about that?
Usually the noises.
i fail at preview. line one should read "cd $FF_HOME"
This "feature" is also responsible for freezing the entire browser whenever I open a new tab and start typing in the URL bar. It queries a friggin sqlite database to pull up all the previously visited urls I could mean to visit. I have to vacuum a database to make my browser usable.
for i in */*.sqlite;
sqlite3 $i VACUUM;
I'd be very curious to see how many career paths this experiment just derailed. How large is this subset of string theory that just got wiped out? Also, what does it mean if the bigger version of this test doesn't find gravitational waves? Does it poke a big fat hole in relativity?