Are you retarded?
>First, an attacker can easily find your network topology (i.e. which segment is what) with IPv6.
So you've never heard of firewalls? A few rules creates a stateful firewall that performs the same "security" function as NAT.
>And how many companies are sitting on vast blocks that are only partially tapped?
Good idea, let's make those companies give up their
That should give us a few more weeks worth of IP addresses.
Dividing by zero *should* crash your program.
What if you were depending on the result of that division to determine which function to call.
if(x == 0) doThis();
An incorrect result of 0 could lead to unpredictable results, which is bad for a program. It's better to make sure your input is clean so it doesn't come up in the first place.
The agreement bans government mandates for use of open source software, stating "No Party may require the transfer of, or access to, source code of software owned by a person of another Party, as a condition of providing services related to such software in its territory."
Does this mean someone will enable extension support?
Not quite yet. Text isn't very legible.
11 pixels per degree is what you see get by looking through the Rift Dev Kit 2
19 pixels per degree will be what to expect from a theoretical 4K Rift with Field of View like the Dev Kit 2
48 Pixels per degree will be close to what you see looking at a 24" 1080p monitor
So you'd probably need at least an 8K display to get close to the quality of a monitor.
Dang. If only you had warned Amazon before they wasted millions of dollars on this idea.
Were you born retarded, or did you gain your retardation later in life?
Maybe it's time to upgrade from dialup.
I'm liberal and am not an anti-vaxxer.
All the anti-vaxxers I know are republicans.
>RAID 0 has zero redundancy.
That's what he said.
"just one uplink goes down and all of your LAN-to-WAN traffic goes down too."
What if the other brane also has a reactor shield in the same spot?
Except he's writing a slashdot post, not a Douglas Adams' novel.
When reporting news, succinctness is a virtue.