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Axe is a very crude approximation - you know those commercials aren't real right??
"Its very hard to function in society when every single person you meet is trying to manipulate you and has more Intel then a cold war spy beureau."
agreed, but it's hard to see this NOT happening and relatively soon. Counter-measures will need to be employed. Security will become paramount.
I do the same thing with email and my domain name. I suspect that while sometimes the lists are being compromised, other times the companies are selling the lists to spammers for extra cash. I do address the companies when this occurs, and usually the response is something along the lines of ' you have no idea what you are talking about, spammers use random generators and word lists - your experience is likely purely coincidental' (I call total BS on this since you would clearly be receiving all kinds of spam from the exact same sources at other emails on the domain - btw, Xlsior must work in customer service for one of these companies =) Then I capitalize on the unique address and create a filter.
Since you mentioned the idea of posting the info here, I'll get a grudge off my chest. One of the heaviest spam loads I received was years ago from J&R (jr.com). They didn't handle it well, and I still avoid orders with them despite their established reputation as a top electronics distributor. In fairness it was over 10years ago, so I'm not suggesting this is still going on there, but simply to point out that blowing off customers trying to help point out some kind of abuse in your system leaves behind a very foul taste.
Good news. Even if it doesn't result in 64 bit final products soon it should provide more material for the Waterfox project to develop upon. As long is there is developer support from Firefox for the 64bit the onus is on the developer advocats of 64bit computing to prove that it can show a significant enough performance enhancement to be taken seriously and pushed to mainstream.
make 1 [meyk] Show IPA verb, made, making, noun verb (used with object) 1. to bring into existence by shaping or changing material, combining parts, etc. i.e. He made that spoon from an even bigger spoon
Can someone fill us in on shark anatomy? Does the head really go that far back?
I do have to wonder, though, where can we draw the line where stupid things like this don't happen to innocent people, but that real terrorists can't take advantage of those lines.
There is no such line, and I think that most Americans will agree that the one that has been drawn is much more in favor of stupid things like this happening to people than we would like to settle for.
The important thing to remember is that security is far from free - and the TSA continues to exclusively prove that the dollars being spent on its services only put people at greater risk by diverting funds from more effective investments.
A. So who wants to email Crystal Cox with an expensive offer to have this slashdot article removed in order to protect her reputation?
B. Crystal Cox is a good name for a very high end line of dildos
C. Have you seen this person's website? It only manages to make you hate her more (enough so that you stop caring about the fact that she is also completely mentally ill).
I suppose it depends on your field and the nature of the conference, but I think that most of the time you can distill some take home key points and some "things to look up" in just a few short lines. When I attend a conference or lecture, I open my To Do app on my smartphone and just jot a few short items: IE - Newton talk 8/11 - Force=massxaccl. wiki this later or look through old thruster data - were the forces equal AND opposite?
Adding things to my to do list forces me to attend to them at some point and also forces me to be concise and selective about what I choose to write down - resulting in a good signal to noise ratio.
More importantly we decided to accept the TSA and the cost of housing all of their employees to bump around the airport, airport security upgrades, and the cost of lost time due to increased airport inefficiency. All of these costs get passed on to the airliners too. Cuts are made in your legroom and your tv dinner.
I think that means $50 for the airline to serve a meal to everyone, not $50 a head. Airlines would have stopped serving meals long ago if they were losing that kind of money on feeding you. What is your source?
Did they Roger it?
That's why I'm selling my old car to buy the "good" consumer grade 3d printer. I'll also use my good consumer grade printer to print cheap consumer grade 3d printers that I'll sell to the rest of y'all.
and you'd be wrong!
"and some way to maintain uniform fog distribution in a room."
I know some college buddies who have actually figured out how to do this- completely inadvertantly mind you. The fog itself in their case also has the added effect of neuromodulation-making a room full of people actually impressed (if not downright giddy) about 10 projectors sitting on the floor showing a cruddy light show.