Have you SEEN Kernighan and Ritchie? BEARDS i say
Have you SEEN Kernighan and Ritchie? BEARDS i say
that you need to call it out?
With everything going modular these days, I'm sure there's a lot of hand written assembly exploit code that then pulls down modules likely written in C. Not that it's good or bad, just odd to call it out.
I've seen it spelled bite, or bitte... though it's slang so that may have actually changed.
Also, it was classified for a few years during and after the war.
So... she's known for being an actress, a very public field, more than she's known for something that she was sworn to secrecy for,. This is a problem, or even a surprise, why?
Now we'll see two or three times the volume of this tidbit on Reddit
There's Bittorrent Sync, which is file transfer, but it's designed to share your files to you.
(though yes, anyone with the key can get a copy of the share, so therefore you can argue it can be used for piracy, but I just use it for my "personal cloud")
OS updates never get pushed. They require effort from both phone manufacturers and carriers, both who have motivation to not bother and encourage new phone purchases.
Google apps get updated.
Google Play Services get updated.
In short, the things that Google can control (their apps, Google play services) actually gets updated. Chrome is an app
Sportsmans? In Cicero? Cool! I grew up just the other side of Cicero Ave on the Chicago side. My aunt and uncle used to race harness horses, and I'd go there every once in a while. They never won, but was still fun.
The clothes are a great story... you know about Storycorps right?
The japanese did that, similar anyway, with the Shogun. Took them hundreds of years, the threat of invasion by a vastly superior force, and a civil war to finally rid themselves of it.
so, all businesses get together and say that they'll pay you a buck a day oh and you need to breathe asbestos without a mask, because we ain't paying for that shit. Oh, and if you don't like that job? go get another. But it will have the same requirements.
Seems fake? no, things were kind of like this in the early 1900s. Oh and if you complained there was a nonzero chance of you getting killed. Unions and work laws didn't come out of nowhere. They came out of abuses where companies used their large power as leverage. If you have thousands of people applying for a handful of jobs at amazon fulfillment centers where you do nothing but walk all day carrying heavy stuff just so maybe you can be one of the 10% that get full-time jobs, the "purchasing power" of labor is pretty weak. Saying "just go get another job" ignores this.
When corporations do illegal stuff, we oddly don't say "go get another line of work" and make the banks that financed drug lords start selling oranges by the side of the road. But for some reason people are expected to.
Evanston specifically (and i lived there for a bit) i would not call a suburb.
Suburbs used to be small towns around a larger city. The city itself would have industry and jobs, and you'd drive out to a place with decent housing stock.
But with Evanston, it was established before Chicago. it's not a satellite city. But a town that happened to have a big neighbor push up on it's southern border.
Evanston actually predates chicago by a bit. It's not a suburb. Chicago grew until it pressed against Evanston's southern border.
evanston has some advantages over Chicago. It's got a good solid core of Northwestern University. So it has a lot of young college kids roaming around the city. It's a much smaller city than chicago and the density is easier to maintain. The old joke is that there are more dead people than living (there's a big cemetery near the southern border with chicago).
It also has a lot of infrastructure from being close to chicago. The Purple line is an extension of the CTA, and runs locally on weekends. There are CTA busses that come through, not just suburban busses. There are a couple Metra lines the go through because of proximity to chicago
There are rough neighborhoods to the west (evanston borders the lake on the east so the rich folks are east, the poor folks west.) I haven't read the articles yet, but I'd love to see how the Western part fits in the grand plan
The price marks this as a "low powered" device.
For low powered devices, Winders is free. Kind of a "lets get you hooked until you want a REAL machine" kind of thing. This breaks down as now these "low powered" machines now can beat a desktop from a few years ago.
I hate copy paste into Outlook, either from the paste into side, or the copy from side. Very easy to screw up working code by going through outlook.
C/C++ isn't so bad, since you can have an attachment. Shell is worse, since we filter out "executable attachments" including shell scripts, so the first few attempts all try inline until you realize this and just call it
Honesty is for the most part less profitable than dishonesty. -- Plato