"Assault rifle"? Or butch looking semi-automatic rifle? 'Cause I think those are legal. An assault rifle with selective fire options semi/busrt, or semi/full auto, are illegal. But I'm betting this is the usual hyperbolic "assault" rifle, an AR or AK variant in semi-auto. Which I get really frickin' sick of hearing. And I'm a commie-pinko liberal.
You could set up another server with 20TB (or more, for versions) and ssh rsync with a shell script & cron (or whatever) job. (Linux box, obviously). I did this for years, using keychain for authentication between servers.
Now we've switched to Windows Server, and I've got to find a way to replicate it using Win. Slow going.
Do they... at least give 'em a cup of juice after? And a cookie?
Of course the thing about justice is, does the punishment fit the crime?
I mean, I suppose you could go ahead and get all medieval about this, but what exactly happens when someone points a laser pointer at an aircraft? We're talking laser pointers, right? Not industrial lasers that can cut through stuff, right? Not sharks with frickin' laser beams on their heads? Laser pointers, they don't seem like that big of a threat. They're not very precise either, so...
Are we talking about knocking out navigation, disabling hydraulics, burning a hole through the windows, disrupting communication? Or are we talking about an annoying glare, like at a rave, where the pilot could just look down at her instruments until the plane was out of range?
I bet a hefty fine would work pretty well.
You forgot "honest". A lot of pleas for an "honest" man. "Honest" about what?!
Yeah... I should have said vi.
No wonder Stark Industries is so successful. If Tony can modify Lego code to control an armored flying suit, imagine what he could do with... I dunno, the source code for... Emacs!
He's not an idiot, AC. That's Dutch!
"Thanks for immediately jumping down my throat, though
Yeah. 'Cause you're the victim. WTF? Someone calls you out for being dickish, and they're jumping down your throat?
Oh, you'd lose touch with them...
My OC may be modded "Flamebait", but it really isn't. I'm not interested in arguing with conservatives that support what the Kochs are doing. Nor am I interested in "getting a rise out of them" I consider them as unethical, immoral, and anti-social as I do the Kochs, and the only way I want to engage them is as witness against, or prosecutor.
Anyone who advocates driving governance to benefit business and profit, to game the judicial system to enrich themselves and their friends, is in my opinion, a threat to the country and its people.
As for you, AC, the "Nation of Laws" is broken. When you have organizations like ALEC manipulating the law, then the law cannot be just.
Fuck Koch Industries. And fuck the Koch brothers.
There they go again doing everything they can, anyway they can, to scrape more profit.
So one guy has to pay $183,000. Does that mean any other Anonymous members involved in the DDoS attack are going to get the same punishment? It does if the Koch brothers have anything to say about it. 'Cause: profit!
Think about it, the Koch bros. pay some "security consultant" $183,000 to fix the problem. But if they bust a couple of people involved. Not only do they break even, but they make a profit.
These scumbags deserve a lot worse than a DDoS attack. They're all about harsh punishment for people opposed to them and their so-called principles, maybe they need a taste of their own medicine.
It's not enough that they're richer than God, but they actively work to make others poorer through their manipulation of the American political process.
The desktop, and/or notebook computer isn't going anywhere anytime soon.
I doubt very much you're going to see people in offices sitting at their desks writing documents and sending e-mail and browsing web sites on phones or tablets. It just doesn't make ergonomic sense. As it is, desktops and notebooks are an ergonomic nightmare, I don't think we want to trade that for another ergonomic nightmare.
"This specification covers circular threaded electrical connectors with solder or removable crimp contacts (both front and rear release). These connectors are for use in electronic, electrical power, and control circuits (see 6.1)."
"both front and rear release". Well, there you go...