See this. Best explanation on how the higgs particle may vary. http://profmattstrassler.com/a...
Not in practice almost all boards buy their officers D&O insurance http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D...
Yes exactly you could setup an accessibility overlay to patch the packages or pull from an alternate SVN. If enough dev's were interested you could probably setup an accessibility specific profile.
Your free to distribute your patches separately or fork the project if you don't like the way its going. My distro Gentoo does this all the time when there are patches that upstream doesn't want to accept. It could also be your fault I can see developers not wanting to accept patches that aren't coded well or don't follow thier vision for the architecture. So since you can fork or distribute patches what are you complaining about?
Um also this is one experiment with no confirmation yet. No one else has repeated the results as of yet so how about putting the champagne away until another group of experimenters confirms?
https://github.com/astrada/goo... FUSE filesystem for gdrive
It's pretty easy su - vi
18.104.22.168 somehost :wq!
The reason public space is used on the inside of corporate networks is for mergers. Its a hell of a lot easier because you don't have to run any crazy dual nat type setups due to the fact that two companies both used the same private space and then were merged together.
Cisco Nexus and Arista switches can both do 10G/40G line rate ipv6 route/switching.
It depends on your genes. There are different caffeine metabolization genes depending on which you have caffeine may be significantly worse for you. https://www.23andme.com/health/Caffeine-Metabolism/
The defense numbers seem suspiciously low even after I factor for the fact that they don't include veterans benefits or the interest on defense spending in the defense category.
eldavojohn writes "The ACLU has recently identified Network Neutrality a key free speech issue and said in a lengthy PDF report: 'Freedom of expression isn't worth much if the forums where people actually make use of it are not themselves free. And the Internet is without doubt the primary place where Americans exercise their right to free expression. It's a newspaper, an entertainment medium, a reference work, a therapist's office, a soapbox, a debating stand. It is the closest thing ever invented to a true "free market" of ideas.' The report then goes on to argue that ISPs have incentive and capability of interfering with internet traffic. And not only that but the argument that it is only 'theoretical' are bogus given they list ten high profile cases of it actually happening. If the ACLU can successfully argue that Net Neutrality is a First Amendment Issue then it might not matter what businesses (who fall on either side of the issue) want the government to do."
ZuchinniOne writes "With Ubisoft's fantastically awful new DRM you must be online and logged in to their servers to play the games you buy. Not only was this DRM broken the very first day it was released, but now their authentication servers have failed so absolutely that no-one who legally bought their games can play them. 'At around 8am GMT, people began to complain in the Assassin's Creed 2 forum that they couldn't access the Ubisoft servers and were unable to play their games.' One can only hope that this utter failure will help to stem the tide of bad DRM."
I must have missed the part of the 1st amendment that allows an exception for "Secret" information. These people swore an oath to uphold the Constitution. By even bringing this up they are breaking their oath.