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Many films have intermissions in them, even on the DVD. Just off the top of my head, trying to get a good range of eras: Gone with the Wind (1939), Camelot (1967), Hamlet (1996).
The twins keep us on Centaurian time, standard thirty-seven hour day. Give it a few months. You'll get used to it... or you'll have a psychotic episode.
Can you mention some names/brands?
According to the article you linked:
Nobles were also buried in coffins, but unlike Lamaistic dignitaries, these coffins were buried with additions like weapons, horses, food and other things, which were meant to help them in the next world - in Erlik-Khans kingdom. Erlik-Khan is the god of death. The location of a nobleman's tomb was kept secret, to ensure that they rested in peace.
The Strip's monorail could trivially have extended to the airport, but that plan was nixed in order to preserve the taxis' revenue stream. What a crock.
If you can live with Android 2.x and IE on Windows XP being unable to connect, then there is a "hostname" equivalent request, and you can host multiple SSL sites on a single IP.
I thought it was hilarious how they managed to work Oracle's name into that "POODLE" flaw they found.
People who only vote because they heard about it on Facebook (or via that stupid sticker people wear) shouldn't be voting.
THAT is a huge scam.
The slashdot objection is that slashdot itself isn't on HTTPS. Come on, guys! Does whoever posted this article not see the need??
I flew recently, and the crew was saying how much they loved not having to fight everybody to turn off their devices.
Southwest might be a bit friendlier than most others, though.
The worry (and article) is about attacks that happened BEFORE public disclosure. After, it's the admin's fault straight-up. Before, nobody (basically) had any hope of detecting or stopping it.
It proves that the NSA didn't use Heartbleed for widescale private-key-harvesting attacks.