If you have coax in your house, you can easily run 100Mb on those coax cables with adaptors.
Uh, everyone is going to die. I assume they meant the thieves will die "soon".
You get a commercial account that doesn't have these restrictions.
Did anyone recognize this matches the introduction to the radio show "Escape"?
No where does it say what GUADEC means, only that it is a GNOME conference. The larger point is that it wasn't even clear the news item was related to GNOME until almost the end of the news summary.
I am sure I am not the only one who doesn't know what GUADEC is, and in fact even the event homepage (https://www.guadec.org/) doesn't spell out what it is. It is the GNOME Users And Developers European Conference.
Apple can charge $25 because they have made money on the hardware. Hard to see how MS makes sufficient revenue from this, unless they anticipate controlling more of the hardware than they do now.
Agreed on using DNS as a filter solution because it covers all Internet devices in the house (assuming they all use the same public IP address). OpenDNS is a great choice because it has a single filter console and is free for homes. Details of my setup are here: http://momjian.us/main/blogs/blog/2012.html#February_21_2012_2
The "Turnabout Intruder" (TOS episode 79) was the last filmed episode (though not the last broadcast). The episode ends with a down-beat Kirk/Spock/Scotty walking down the corridor. Was that down-beat ending chosen to reflect the sadness of the final episode? I know this was a long time ago, but I always wondered about this.
But you can set it at the transaction level:
This parameter can be changed at any time; the behavior for any one transaction is determined by the setting in effect when it commits. It is therefore possible, and useful, to have some transactions commit synchronously and others asynchronously.
For Postgres, that would be synchronous_commit = off.
Usually when "plutonium" and "critical" are used together in the same sentence, it isn't good.
I wondered how Cold War spy devices recorded underwater cable traffic for six months without servicing. I now realize they were nuclear powered (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Ivy_Bells#History).
I know the Soviet's did this to the UK:
Are you sure it was an Asian company?
Let's rename the XBox 360 the XBox +50.