You should read up on Hyperlexia.
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This is basically a closet in the data center world. It is certainly not nothing, but there are probably still satellites in operations that could not discern a building of this size.
The fastest way to change someones opinion is to put them in charge of something that has the problem.
The NSA violated your Civil LIberties, you say? The CLPO was not doing his job.
The terrorist blew up another buiding, you say? The CLPO will not let us do our job.
This post is like being in charge of IT Security.
If I had not just purchased a WNR3500v2 to run DD-WRT/Tomato, I would have purchased the following:
...except my Apple ethernet cable needed a firmware update.
Too much rote learning, and not enough learning how to learn and learning how to think.
Actually, I have found it is exactly the opposite. Those that are against vacinations are the "free thinkers." People really need to be told "you are an idiot" and that is what is missing from education.
Some of the twits on
At 8 years old, most kids do not want to see porn. On the internet, at any moment, you are one click away from the full spectrum of content. Believe it or not, some links even lie about their intended purpose. Hey kids, free candy. Kids will believe almost anything and have a level of trust that is unrealistic for the Internet.
It's more about filtering the noise than preventing kids from seeing the "bad stuff."
Individuality is highly overrated, snowflake.
One wonders why they did not just use the nuclear power for the rest of the rover.
We took his soul to heaven and were supposed to leave it in the module, but we brought it back.
I assume you used the VMWare Converter P2V tool to move your servers, which works very well for Windows and not as well for Linux. VMWare Converter fiddles with the underlying Windows configuration so the image will work well on VMWare.
If you had used a Linux cloning tool, such as Clonezilla, you probably would have had a different experience. Of course, some older distros such as RHEL4/CentOS4 also did stupid things like the initrd would only contain the SCSI driver it needs to boot on specific hardware. Sometimes you would have to go back to the original hardware and tell it to store/load the SCSI driver for VMWare.
Sometimes it pays to have better sys-admins.
The next step is to cure the HIV with Ebola.
this is TARDIS programming
So wait. Does that mean I get a sonic screwdriver with a new download of Firefox?
No, it means you get a shower of sparks and your ass dumped in an awkward situation because you hit the wrong button.
Ah, then it truly is a Quantum Leap.
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