And if you were smart enough, you would have used the subjunctive mood when phrasing a state of unreality.
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> Could IBM's Watson Put Google In Jeopardy?
Don't forget double the spectral efficiency over the HSDPA family... kind of a selling point for New Yorkers and sports fans and carriers.
I know I could use Google, but why give them even more information then they already get.
I'm sorry, AC. Good luck. Maybe try to start up a thing ushering people to the cloud. Not much start-up investment, good chance you can handle it, not saturated yet, and you just need to know a few people to talk into letting you do it for them, then one client leads to more and eventually you're in the black again. Maybe.
Why? Because, if you think about it, that's an unrealistic, unhelpful and an undesirable alternative.
He was bipolar, with paranoid delusions most amplified during mixed episodes (happy and not happy psychosis in the same package -- a bad trip).
And you're right, that he was a manic depressive with persecutory delusions and that he was indeed being spied upon by law enforcement doesn't mean he wasn't nuts -- obviously the case in Hemingway's case. Maybe it was self-fulfilling.
You don't capitalize by or other short prepositions in titles. How long have you been doing this? Maybe set this as your homepage for a few days.
VLC rules by the way.
Yeah search master? You sure it's not using Baidu?
From the source..
After few http requests sent back and forth, it gets a URL to connect in the background (in this case analyzed): http://wap.baidu.com/s?word=%E7%83%A8%E4%B9%8B%E5%9B%BD%E5%BA%A6&vit=uni&from=961a_w1
I'm one of the guys who received one of these letters over a porn torrent. It instructs me to log into their website (I haven't) to find out how much they want, offer's off the table March something yada yada. My ISP guy suggests I just lie low and ignore the thing.
This may have been a Slowloris DoS attack by some patriotic 2600 guy, not necessarily a massive coordinated multinational assault. That perl script is effective on threading web servers including Apache. I just tested it out, took down my badass 100mbps server (just the web server stalling up until the script is aborted) with a dinky server on a DSL line just by opening up a bunch of TCP sockets really really slowly, using less than 20KB/s. That's Tor friendly.
Then I installed mod_qos, tried to attack myself again, no slowdown, problem solved.
If this attack gets the right amount of attention it could turn a lot of people on (4channers mainly who are yapping up Slowlaris as their replacement for LOIC) to DoSing with this software. So for those of you using Apache, you may want to fire up mod_qos (Apache2 instructions). Actually you may want it regardless for general performance purposes.
I gotta say, hacking a high-profile politician's email account (ESPECIALLY when they are running for vice president, which means everything of theirs is being watched 24/7) is a really stupid idea. There's pretty much no way you can get away with that nowadays...
clearly you don't fully appreciate the seductiveness of epic lulz for which this was done
yes, stock browser > settings > enable plugins > on demand
ARRRRGH!! Nobody wants to hear the details...we know all we need to from the title and excerpt.
you read the excerpts?