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the night before you were due to change your will...
No way! It will be the night after you changed your will. To give everything to Google. Life insurance paid out by a wholly owned subsidiary of Google.
and buy the domain using BTC.
Nice. Real nice. We are talking about Satoshi creating an anonymous email here - BTC wasn't invented yet!
I think a free email service offers the simplest and best privacy. Running a domain requires payment and hosting, which are hard to do 100% anonymously.
It's not the same. You still go faster when doing strafe jumps. The bunny-hop just allows players to move a little faster. You know... make em feel like they can play with the big boys.
Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) is also a common name for it. That and tons of linux distributions and people refer to it as "arch" or "architecture". GNU coreutils even has a program named arch that prints out the "machine hardware name" (ew...).
The fact is lots of people call it architecture and it can reasonably be called architecture in the given context. I'll allow it!
Not denying it's important to know the difference, though!
Interesting discussion save the bickering
as technology improves, even the best current technology becomes obsolete
Bitcoin is a protocol, not a product or technology. I would compare bitcoin to HTTP or bittorrent. Look at the success of the web, which is based on a protocol that has seen minor (and mostly backwards compatible) changes over the years. Nobody could have predicted exactly what the web browser experience is in 2013. Once a protocol gains enough user and developer momentum it is hard to throw it away. In my opinion, bitcoin has a good shot.
The fact is that bitcoin is a protocol with lots of flexibility baked in which will allow it to grow and expand as needed. Fundamentally unlike an iPhone or AOL or Myspace or specific company X.
Perhaps someday dm-cache will make it into mainline.
dm-cache is in mainline since 3.9. Now please test it and let me know if I should bother trying it!
Switching from on-board to usb audio on windows 7 reliably hangs flash for me.
However, you CAN do something about it! Find the right plugin-container.exe process (usually easy because it's the one taking hundreds of megabytes) and kill it. Firefox will now resume and give you the "your plugin has crashed" screen wherever flash was embedded previously.
That's macro mode. It's super useful. I used to be like you, but now I have seen the light.
Quick version: press 'q' again to get out of macro mode.
Long version: press 'q' followed by a letter to start macro mode. Then press 'q' again to stop. You can press '@' followed by that same letter to replay your commands.
I like your username
Google voice does not support SIP directly, but through Gizmo5 which does not allow new user signups yet. And let's not get started about what your caller ID will show when you call someone else.
I think the GP could use wifi to initiate a call on google voice's web interface and then received the call through Gizmo5 with a SIP client (either his computer or phone could have a SIP client).
No need for mutt in a putty session any more!
Sure you don't "need" to, but why wouldn't you want to?!
Does thunderbird have the same dns issue as firefox (network.proxy.socks_remote_dns)?
Dnsmasq has an option to "fix" this kind of dns redirection called bogus-nxdomain. The bogus ip address to block is 126.96.36.199. I wonder if comcast uses multiple addresses or will ever change it...
Maybe I'll just switch to using 4.2.2.[1-6] as many other people have mentioned.
I hope you're joking. About everything. Maybe you're even making some convoluted commentary about vim being impossible to use without knowing its secrets (but I think emacs is also guilty).
1) you can save directly from the scratch buffer
2) emacs --help clearly says use -nw for text mode (it's obviously also in the man page, but a little harder to find)
Maybe attempt #5 will work out better for you. I'm on attempt #3 myself. Perhaps try growing a giant unkempt beard or something. Good luck to both of us!
Yes, we will be going to OSI, Mars, and Pluto, but not necessarily in that order. -- Jeffrey Honig