a twitter reader?
yacc, I do believe
Nope, isn't 59 prime?
haha, forgot about this picture from the party at leopold bros.
Same happened to me
multi level NAT will brake alot of stuff!
Consumer ISPs will just charge you an extra 2.99 per device to have a true router (behind their nat) so they can sell 8000 people 192.168.0.2, etc, etc.
Cores often share cache. Separate CPUs rarely do. The problem in this case is, when you approach 48 Cores in 1 CPU, the accounting task for the cache users starts growing out of proportion to the performance gain from adding cores.
I'm guessing they have some algorithm that has blacklisted terms that the highest use patterns involve offensive material searches, regardless of the non offensive implications. Because they don't control their result ordering, these terms could provide offensive material in the future (or rather, are more likely to).
All said and done, put me down in the `meh, doesn't bother me` camp though. I still hit enter with this due to the momentary lag between when I finish typing and the results showing up (slow internet connection).
Unless it was a decimalhex bug... 10 hex = 16 dec , 2016 IS a leap year.
But what about the $0.50 worth of petrified coffee?
Nationwide 3g Coverage is like a cookie. You may not want or need it, but it's always nice to have it offered to you.
SAP ? I've had to work on a few SAP Business One installs that had Tomcat along for the ride (for some of the reporting services maybe?), and I know they offer linux clients for their higher end products.
He sure was a pinball wizard. Wonder if had an uncle. I knew this guy once who had an uncle named Ernie... That guy fiddled about a lot.
DRAT! It was California... they're really close to each other, so I probably just got confused by the geography...