Does this mean that anyone who allows public access through their property, like a store with two doors, or a shopping mall operator, will be responsible too for the bank robbery?
In the end this reduces the cost of software to the customer.
Customer benefits by having ready access to a database of information produced by other users (more expert than any front line help desk).
Vendor benefits by not having cost overhead of front line support infrastructure.
Everyone benefits by having honest information exchange.
Vendor developers/consulting team provide secondary support and expert knowledge as appropriate.
This is a win/win for all involved.
Is this akin to the "To help the environment, please reuse your towels" sign in hotel bathrooms? Sure, we know this is really to increase the profits of the hotel. But in a free market with open competition, these figures ultimately produce a cheaper product for the consumer.
Sorry, but PC manufacturers have been putting out hardware that can be damaged by software for years. CPU overheating caused by bad drivers is one area where this appears time and again.
However, there is no reason that the PC, running a supported OS, should allow an application to damage the hardware in any way. That is either bad OS design or bad hardware design or both.
Watching 'Castle' the other night. Enjoying it for the accurate, serious show that it is. Beckett indicated the entry wound was too big for a 9mm round. Had to be something bigger. They later found a
25.4*.357 = 9.07mm She has a good eye. Actually she has great looking eyes.
All their bases are belong to us
I have a Netgear router with Tomato running on it with over 730 days of uptime!
Trust a WAP to bring theory to a practical fight.
How come the only class with a name is Minshara?
I guess all UNIX's are Class Y (Demon worlds)
It has been said that the person we work for is ourselves. You just happen to sell your skills to your current (next?) employer.
If you wish to remain relevant, then you need to stay up to date.
Where and how you do that perhaps depends on your current network skills and the access you have to materials outside of your current employer.
Can you VPN outside of your employer network?
Can you proxy through your employer network?
Can you read a book/kindle at your desk?
Can you install appropriate tools on your employer lap/desktop? Xampp anyone? VMWare Anyone?
Let me start with the fact that I don't use DSD. But I use mpd as my primary music player. If you are like me and don't check for updates or search for new features very often then perhaps you have not seen this and perhaps it is of no use. Apologies if I am wasting your time.
Does this still exist? I can't find the original site anymore.
Well - were you born on the Sabbath?
Is this because the cow got stuck or something?
What happened to the Cat and Fiddle? Or is that just the name of the pub on the way to St. Ives?
Wow. This certainly embiggened my vocabulary today.
Way back in the 70's (early 80s?) I recall a guy who wrapped his whole house in copper wire making large coils to tap the energy from the overhead power cables. He powered his whole house off this which was a mistake. The authorities charged him with theft.