We should start by banning use of https
If you are using GUI desktop Windows 7 or 8.1 is way more stable then many popular Linux GUIs, unless you load up your Windows machine with crapware / adware. Unfortunately most windows machines come preloaded with crap.
There's such a thing as good journalistic practice?
"most-liked photos didn’t allow users to choose which photos they want to highlight" Well yes you could change the photos. And they were never shared publicly unless you wanted to share them. Finally you never had to see them at all, by not clicking the year in review link facebook had generated for you...
clearly there are a lot of incompetent programmers out there. source: years of reading slashdot comments
Companies always put more qualifications as "required" in the job as then they actually need. My advice is to not worry about the required qualifications, pretty much every IT job I've had I did not have all the "required" items but still got job
An incredible Number of windows developers do not know how to check versions. I.e if major>=5 AND minor>=1. In this case there are apps that check version by retrieving the OS name string I.e Windows 7. This was a popular but incorrect way to check if running on Windows 9x
Certain regions are prone to have earth quakes, but not all regions, and not around Beijing. Almost all that do occur are in 2.5 - 5.4 magnitude rnage "Often felt, but only causes minor damage." Sichuan has had some bad earth quakes (8.0,etc) but it is not near Beijing.
Don't worry the data will be safe in NSA's hands, as far as I know they've never had any data breaches/leakages before...
It's a great security initiative! Everybody should do this. Considering it is impossible to electronically monitor what is typed on a manual type writer, and certainly it would be near impossible to copy the manually typed paper with today's technology.
The problem here is Amazon is not killing small or independent book stores with free shipping. The problem is independent small book stores are typically overpriced, have poor customer service from a minimum wage clerk who doesnt care to assist, and worse don't have what i want to buy. i love how retailers continue to have a big sook about unfair competition from online shopping, while totally ignorant of the fact they are not delivering what most customers want. and not just price. i find Amazon customer service is *better* than most brick and mortar retail stores.... I just watched a video via archive.org "Blockbuster Customer Service Training" and found Most of the "bad service" examples to demonstrate typical retail experience.
Have you actually been using swift. Nice concept, buggy as hell implementation. Sure it's beta, but in my opinion it's too buggy even for beta release. and lack of support for fixed arrays in my opinion is strange...
NSA should be able to extract them from their communication s database