Labels like "Him" and "His"?
Edit: Cant seem to spell Silicon properly. lol
I think you mean Sillicon
Any of a class of synthetic materials that are polymers with a chemical structure based on chains of alternate silicon and oxygen atoms, with organic groups attached to the silicon atoms. Such compounds are typically resistant to chemical attack and insensitive to temperature changes and are used to make rubber, plastics, polishes, and lubricants.
You could even to do the same on a phone if it was able to charge wirelessly.
Kernighan for SURE, but is Marissa Mayer really a programmer?
The funny thing is that fewer and fewer people will get the [NO CARRIER] reference.
Kind of like the save icon still being a floppy disk in a lot of programs. I wonder how many younger computer users have never even SEEN a floppy.
I had to Google it as well, and came up with: Certified Linux Administrator
Relevant, but still wrong.
That whooshing sound is the point of his post flying over your head at mach 3! 8)
Try it yourself:
I would also add that this should be done with a "write once" kind of storage back. This way we have some small assurance it was not modified.
You could go even further and keep a running log on the same medium that had an md5 of each previous content item which was then md5'd with the current.
This seems (to me at least) like it would provide a verifiable trail that shows the written contents were not tampered with.
Would this kind of scheme me useful? or am I missing something obvious?
No Internet, highways, phone system, cell phones, worse healthcare etc..
Yeah, much better. 8(
This would let a LOT of these kind of sites flourish.
I say, turn it around on them. Let them all spaz out when they see 100 more sites offering this service pop up.
How about you blame the insane asshole that did the deed!
Link to Original Source
In actuality, the Constitution doesn't apply to "citizens," nor does it even apply to "people." It applies to the government. It tells the government what it can and can't do (the body tells the government what it can do, and the Bill of Rights tells it what it can't do).