... in a keepassx database
Keep-ass-X? I guess that's one place to store them, but it doesn't strike me as terribly hygienic. Mind you it should be safe from shoulder-surfing, unless you're in the shower and bend over for the soap.
He also said "You can have any job you want here, as long as you're not Jewish."
I think you're confusing that quote with one from Madame Arabella (hand-, blow-, rim-,
The problem isn't only SEED, it's that the use of the ActiveX control has spawned an entire ActiveX culture in which you may need to run a dozen or more ActiveX controls to do business with your bank. Having issues with all that ActiveX running on your system? No problem, the bank's support staff will just remote into your machine (using several of the ActiveX components) and fix things for you, including installing new software and changing system configs (also known as "lowering security settings") to enable all the gunk that needs to be running. The procedure for doing online banking there is basically "set up clean VM, of XP, do your banking hopefully before you get pwned, blow away the VM again, repeat". I don't know what's a better analogy for the situation there, a toxic swamp or a petri dish, or maybe a mixture of both.
You too, since you missed the chance to pick on him for: - "first adapter"
Actually this is correct, what he's referring to is the power connector on the Korean thromdimbulator, invented by the famous slawinister Johann Sebastian First and know as the First connector. To plug this into a standard power point, you need a First adapter. Arguably it needs to be capitalised, but I've frequently seen it written with a lowercase 'f'.
More like, prepare for this to look like a warzone as airports start to resemble third-world combat zones. Soldiers with assault rifles on their arms staking out every airport entrance and jeeps on patrol around the airport every hour of the day.
What you meant to say there was:
More like, prepare for this to look like a warzone as US airports start to resemble third-world combat zones. Soldiers with assault rifles on their arms staking out every US airport entrance and jeeps on patrol around the US airport every hour of the day.
Flew out of an airport in Croatia a few months ago, a country that has about, oh, a million times more experience with violence and terror than the US. A passenger asked an airport staff member whether he had to take his shoes off during the check-in process. The staff member said no, but if he was carrying firearms he had to notify them.
When was the last time you heard of a hijacked aircraft (or whatever the TSA are supposed to be dealing with) in Croatia?
It still lets me plan my life. More data is good, and you generally play the odds. I'm not planning to live to 100, even though I might.
Well I don't know about you, but I'm planning to live forever (or die trying).
I tried to upgrade through my MS account using IE. NOTHING happened and I gave up after several tries.
I ran into the same thing trying to help a (non-technical) neighbour upgrade her PC. Unlike any other update, MS is forcing you to use the Windows Store to upgrade rather than making it a standard Windows Update. So she had to set up a Windows Store account, which she'd never done before. Then Windows Store wanted to install a mountain of crapware (Mettrash apps) that she'd never use and had no interest in. Then it demanded that she register a credit card number to cover the costs of all the apps she had no intention of ever buying from the store. Then she finally got a chance to look for the 8.1 upgrade. Problem is that no matter what she did, she couldn't find it in the store. After about an hour she gave up.
If MS doesn't make this thing available using Windows Update, they're going to have serious problems with adoption. The only time I've ever seen upgrades that were this painful was with "enterprise-grade" software from IBM.
It is the same, it's backed by nothing. The gold is gone, where's the gold? The silver is gone, where's the silver?
Where'd the gold go?
(I don't know!)
Where'd the silver go?
(I don't know!)
Bitch, where the mothaf**kin' gold at?
(I don't know!)
the board costs $200 or Â£135
So it's really just an expensive Mini-ITX board? For an end-user, being open source is irrelevant. Having a few programmable I-O's won't help it. If that was all you needed, you'd buy an Arduino and save Â£100 on your design (plus the space and power savings, and no messy O/S to worry about).
Or, if you want a modern x86-based mini system, buy something like a Zotac barebones for a little over half the price. I realise it's cool and tree-huggy to have an open-source board like this, but in practice if I want an embedded real-world interface device I'll get an Arduino, if I want a compact x86 I'll get any one of a range of SFF x86's, and if I want something about halfway I'll get a PCEngines Alix, also at half the price.
Found anywhere else than beside a very busy freight airport, you might be tempted to believe they have been there all along. But finding Four new species right next to an airport (and as yet, nowhere else), you have to allow for the possibility that they arrived in cargo.
My GF reports encountering at least four species of legless lizard in that bar next to the airport on the left. She reckons they arrived as passengers though, not in cargo.
English is difficult
English may be difficult, but math is hard.
I first learned of him through that and In The Loop
As long as he says "Kiss mah sweaty balls ya fat dalek!" at some point he'll be OK with me.