Marissa Mayer called, she's offering 1 million, umm I mean 1 BILLION dollars.
I'd probably wear a nice, not short skirt because that would be against the rules, but a nice mid length skirt.
Do you want kilts? Because that's how we get kilts.
Wearing a headpiece indoors is excusable only if your head looks really bad - from injury or disease.
Slippery slope here. What about yarmulkes? What about Sikhs wearing turbans? What about women wearing hijab, niqab,or burkas?
According to the article, it's a bug in PAM.
You shouldn't see this behaviour with SSH unless you have PAM authentication turned on. And apparently only in FreeBSD ?
And as OpenBSD developer Marc Espie says in his message,
Not surprisingly, as the patch clearly shows, the problem is right smack in the middle of USE_PAM code.
I wouldn't call that an OpenSSH bug. I would call it a systemic design flaw in PAM. As usual. LOTS of security holes in authentication systems stem from PAM. Why ? Because that stuff is over designed. Difficult to configure. Gives you MORE than you need to hang yourself several times over. It's been that way for as long as I can remember.
I think Google should start charging them for false requests. $1 each and I bet sooner or later they are going to start having a human check them before sending the take down requests.
How about just calling it a convenience fee, and let's make it $25.37 for no apparent reason.
Convenient when your chart cuts off at 2007 when military spending peaked again in 2010 to similar levels that we saw in the 80's
I suppose that I could fall into the mud with you and trade insults, but I am satisfied that it would provide little entertainment and prove me to be no less correct than I am now
Have a nice evening cold, it is always fun exchanging ideas with you
Yeah, this graph is bad, and you should feel bad. Defense spending as a percent of GDP is a useless metric. Switch the graph to display in
The graph still is bad because it doesn't compensate for inflation.
But they can be harmful. For example, I've become convinced that Trump became obsessed years ago with conspiracy theories and he's now running for president on that...
Please don't confuse mentally handicapped individuals with those suffering from Reality Impairment.
http://www.voat.co/ is currently down. I'm assuming for capacity issues (again)
Reddit was good, about 5 years ago. It's turned from a time waster to a waste of time.
I hang out in a few subreddits that aren't bad. The front page has become kind of a joke in a non-funny bad way.
you pay $25/m to lease 5 static IPs...
Sample size of one:
Teen pregnancy prevention spokesperson
So this is the third iteration of Ubuntu phone this year. Still not for sale in the US.
I'm waiting for the 5th-10th iteration, when there is something of value. Maybe,
Oh and sold in the US would be nice.
I could have read about this on Secunia, my windows xp would have never had any problems.
Oh wait, I only run linux in my house.
No kidding, every year there was an abduction to watch their "moving" testimonials and feeling "forced" to contribute, after taxes, with no deductions for it.
The skeptic in me says he vetoed it as political cover
He is expected to announce his candidacy for President next week. So he is shifting from pandering to Louisiana Republicans, to pandering to a national audience. He has already started sending his policies to Grover Norquist for ideological approval, before he proposes them to the public, or even legislators in his own party.
Call me a cynic but it's more likely he's holding out for some nice juicy campaign contributions from the license plate reading corporations for his election
Since it's Slashdot:
Free Software Foundation http://fsf.org/
Electronic Freedom Foundation http://eff.org/
American Civil Liberties Union http://aclu.org/
Make sure they are registered as a 501(c)(3) so your donations are tax-deducible.
I'd skip sending money to ISIS or the Taliban. It's probably not tax-deductible and may result in unpleasant imprisonment.