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
This type of arrogance might explain why so many university graduates I work with are clueless on resolving real world problems within real world deadlines.
hiring incompetent IT staff
Scares the hell out of me how many SYS admins don't know what a Microsoft KB article is... And you are not paying attention not knowing about "patch Tuesday" and where Microsoft announces out-of-band patches... get WSUS and half the work done for you.
At first I thought this MEP was exaggerating the benefits of switching to ODF...but then since making the switch to PDF this morning I immediately began "real innovation" Before lunch I already had applied for 12 patents, written an innovative sci-fi novel, and designed a spring & summer fashin collection. In addition, with the help of Amazon & eBay I began experiencing the orgasmic elation of "real procurement"
.NET libraries I use .NET reflector., and can integrate into real time debugging with Visual Studio. FxCop is no longer needed as its built into Visual Studio, run Code Analysis option. For analyzing Java Libraries I like free tool jd2gui. For native libraries on windows I like IDA Pro/OllyDbg/WinDbg/AppVerifier and the Windows App Certification kit in Windows 8.1 SDK.
This will be great once they fix the minute pause issue...then I won't have to remember people's names again and can reserve my brain capacity use for purposeful things like storing what I read on Slashdot
I have used WinTel...try MacOS, you'll wonder WTF you were doing. Ok you can do it with PC MacOS CoreAudio is vastly superior to what Windows offers with ASIO drivers. Get a Mac Mini if budget is an issue.
For serious music production use MacOS, its the right tool for the job. Get Logic Pro or Pro Tools for audio/midi recording, and Sibelius or Finale for score editing. If you want pain & suffering welcome to use open source alternatives.
When is somebody going to raise an antitrust case against the EU?
obviously haven't used bing recently