This was the testing silly.
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Once the first flight attendant or pilot flying out of W. Africa contracts Ebola, air travel there will stop.
Pliny is the nectar of the Gods.
The app (plugin really) installed on my Nexus 10 via the Amazon Appstore. You have to select the video from within the regular Amazon app. I have yet to find a video that is "currently available for this device".
Your ISP is an ass. They got at least a
Are you using a router with DHCP-PD? Are you sure it is asking from more than a single
That is not consistent with the current policy:
And Mesklin: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M...
Or sustenance farming.
The following article has more information, including the name and photo of the driver who turned himself in today.
An insightful rant.
We have only been building multitasking OSes for what, 50+ years, and yet people feel the need to instantiate a full VM just to run an additional instance of an application. Of course, the fact that many apps run on well known TCP ports (instead of using DNS service names) makes it difficult to demultiplex to multiple instances of the same app, unless each instance is running in a VM with a virtualized NIC address. IPv6 could fix this problem without the overhead of virtualization (give each app instance it's own IPv6 address).
Mobile IP and LISP are just bandaids trying to stem the bleeding from the poor design of TCP/IPv4, which ties application instance naming to a small port number plus a topology locator. ILNPv6 (RFC6740) or HIP (RFC 5201) fix the same problems in much more elegant ways.
SDN, properly conceived, has some valid technical use cases. Centralized, reactive, per-flow switching is not one of them (wait and see how the network behaves on a node-down). A lot of what has driven SDN to-date is not technical, but political: break the Cisco strangle-hold and provide something shiny for the VCs to pour money into.
NetLogic owns the TCAM market. You can't build high-end router without TCAMs.
I don't believe the Galaxy 10.1 has a memory slot (at least, I have not found any spec sheet online that mentions it). Major FAIL if true.
Personally, I would like to see his head on a pike outside the Pentagon.