Yes, it was http://www.linkedin.com/in/ali...
Stop posting this "user's" aka Dice's stories on Slashdot! His entire history of posts all link to the user's own i-programmer.info site in order to generate traffic and ad impressions. Enough is enough already!
Tog has a better take on the iWatch: http://asktog.com/atc/apple-iwatch/
Is eldavojohn some kind of Slashdot shill? He has 4 articles on the main page just in the last 2 days while there are numerous other more interesting stories that could be posted.
To take advantage of the change in your Firefox search bar on Linux, edit the ~/.mozilla/firefox/xxxxxx.default/search.json file and change all URL references to Google to "https" where xxxxxx is the random string created by Firefox. I assume it's similar for other operating systems.
While this is a step i nthe right direction, I believe only the results of your search are encrypted, not the search string itself. Perhaps Google should make the search a POST and not a GET. That should solve the problem of your search string appearing in the URL.
1) Ask them, are you a girl?
2) Have you always been a girl?
3) If not, can you keep a secret?
Works for me
I'd want to see the source code for this thing. I am sceptical due to the whole roadside breathalyzer court case that is still ongoing.
It has nothing to do with the blue color but rather the chalk crystals are too sharp for the ants to cross without it puncturing their exoskeleton.