Even a watch with a sticker on it saying "You have unread emails and new tweets" is right several times a day.
Weasels that know corporate double speak are ruining everything though. You know we don't mourn the T-rex. We talk about the dinosaurs as being really big and dumb.
They were all psychopaths!! Lizard brains.
When the cockroaches are mulling over what our existences might have been like, they will all say that the weasels died out because of our stupidity and overconfidence. They'll say we were monsters, too. Big and dumb. Lizard brains.
If Slashdot had posted a story about "the Lone Gunmen" pilot episode, then they would have a scoop that anticipated the 9/11 attacks with a civilian airliner, by several months...
Nah. Not HERE, in the land of the Free, with Rule of Law!
We were right all the time. Unfettered by doctrine, dogma of allegiances, wary of our own cognitive bias, we saw what we saw.
Fungus among us.
He preached Torah?
Harrumph. He makes vague statements about Law, in writings committed 60 years after his crucifixion.
Sermon on the Mount is what he taught.
Didn't Apple go through this exact same issue with the iPhone app store a few years ago, and they fixed it?
Ah. I see. I havn't had points on the Dot since 2011.
This is a big deal. If you use a browser on Windows that does NOT counter this, such as Internet Explorer, then you ARE vulnerable. I imagine Microsoft will come out with a special-purpose patch, but still, this is a pretty nasty issue.
Untrustworthy CAs have been a problem for a long time; we need mechanisms to address them. The terrible cert revocation system makes it even worse; you can't be sure that the certs are checked in many cases. Chrome's CRLSets are not the answer; they are not even the beginning of an answer. We need to fix the whole revocation system. Sadly, there hasn't been enough work or enough urgency on these problems; maybe this will light a fire under those efforts. I doubt it, but it's worth hoping.
I do wonder what Bobby Charlton could have done with a modern ball considering he did this with a ball made of inch-thick cowhide with a concrete core that absorbed half its weight in water on a typical English match day.
Yeah. But they are really good at spectacular failure, and undermining long-term success prospects through want for cooperation...
Unobtrusive to me means that the technology does only what I want it to but we all know that technology today serves its master, which is NOT the end user. This is an invasion.
Earth is already a permanent space colony.
And just LOOK at how THAT turned out!