1. Turn automatic updates off.
2. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-US/security/dn481339, download as needed
1. Turn automatic updates off.
Relax, sport, it was just a bit of sarcasm.
We handle things just fine. AD, Spiceworks, WSUS, and the like, many things that used to requite sneaker-net back in the day are either automated or can be addressed remotely.
If I could just get users to stop using their local Desktop as a cluttered filespace, life would be heaven.
Here, we have 1,200 devices, 35-40-ish virtual servers, across 6 public schools, with 1 manager, 2 techs, and a secretary to run it.
I think of it as job security.
EQ was built directly on DikuMUD code; to this day I still don't buy into the joint statement
...whatever you learned in school is already out of date...
Quite true, but as one of my professors said, "In this course, you will not learn how to code in Turbo Pascal*; you will learn how to learn to code, and then apply that to Turbo Pascal."
A good teacher can make all the difference to impressionable 18-yr-olds.
(*Yes, I am old)
How about a iPhone 5c?
what does this have to do with Slashdot, really? We're not really a general news site.
Ahh, Buckaroo Banzai, the Americanized bastardization of Doctor Who. I try to forget about that movie, much as I try to forget about the Heavy Metal "anime".
...who listens to Aimee Mann?
Yea, we have this up already, but nice to see an actually-released installer.
If you're going to go around with no seatbelt on, whose taxes are going to pay to clean up the mess when you spread your brains on the pavement?
Our seatbelt-free ways predate the arrival of Free Staters. NH is the only state to not mandate seatbelt use for adults, just for 17 and unders. We also have mo law requiring the use of motorcycle helmets for adults.
But if your name is McDowell, you're ok. Just put a single arch for your restaurant logos, serve "Big Mcs" and you're all set.
(Identify that movie reference in 3...2......)
I moved on to Star Wars: The Old Republic and I've not looked back.
Well that's good, cause it's not like you're going to see anything resembling a playerbase in front of you...
I started out on private servers around 2008 or so, so mid-TBC. But many quests more complex than "kill # of trolls" or "gather # of berries" quests were broken, so it was an odd experience for awhile. Finally joined retail last year and it has been quite fun. I'm not a serious raider or pvp'er, just dabble in the respective "looking for..." random groupings. Pet collecting, achievement-hunting, trying out alts or new specs. There always seems to be some other place in the game you can focus on for a bit if you get bored or burnt-out on the others.
Sort the videos by rating, 4 of the top 5 are 20-something women, such as Ilona from Finland. Her bio reads;
I'm a critically discerning cosmopolitan, identifying with a variety of roles and yet very few. As a bookish diplomat by nature, I choose to leave my heart and mind open and listen to the sounds of the world. I aim to live a long, hearty life, only rich in experience and knowledge, fueled by ideas, inspiration and questions. Beauty lies in human achievement. Through my person, I want to portray a generation of our time, a truly universal one, bold and borderless but not detached from its roots.
maybe I'm just a cranky old codger, but that sounds a lot like the vapid, not-really-saying-anything "hi I saw your profile so let's chat" kind of e-mail spam we get all the time.