"using the simple trick of Googling the first 8 digits of your credit card number" What are the first 8 digits of your credit cart number?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA Typical. Just ban everything that could potential result in a negative context. No longer have to worry about it. Dust hands off. Let's forget about all the positives that are now lost and the resulting negatives that will surely come about.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, an anonymous reader writes in with news about a giant robot jellyfish. As if there weren't enough real jellyfish around to trigger our thalassophobia, researchers at Virginia Tech have created Cryo -- an eight-armed autonomous robot that mimics jelly movement with the help of a flexible silicone hat. The man-sized jellybot altogether dwarfs previous efforts, hence the upgrade from small tank to swimming pool for mock field tests. And unlike the passively propelled bots we've seen recently, Cryo runs on batteries, with the researchers hoping to better replicate the energy-efficient nature of jelly movement to eventually increase Cryo's charge cycle to months instead of hours. That's also the reason these robotic jellyfish are getting bigger -- because the larger they are, the further they can go."
Found this petition to the Obama Administration created Sept 17 for prohibiting anything offensive of major religions: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/outlaw-offending-prophets-major-religions/94kL1tsN This is a dangerously slippery slope.
As a high school football coach I actually would love to see all 22 and yes you can show all 22 on film at once. It is called a wide angle and we use it to break down high school games all the time. Very possible to fit everyone in. We don't care to see details such as the blood and sweat flying off of people. Looking like little ants would be just fine for the purpose.
I'll make it easy. It's never appropriate to ask and expect a username and password from anyone. It doesn't take 45 days to figure that out. OK, maybe in the government it might. Better make the review process 180 days instead and create a committee dedicated to this issue.
You can only report on the data that you have at hand. However, keep that in mind when trying to interpret the results.
Just to reiterate the obvious, this is because Confluence is a wiki...NOT a CMS. So saying Confluence is only 58% complete is untrue. It only makes up to 58% of a CMS comparison list. Which for a wiki is pretty good.
a3buster writes "This clock does not actually have a man inside, but a flatscreen that plays a 24-hour loop of this video by the artist watching his own clock somewhere and painstakingly erasing and re-writing each minute. This video was taken at Design Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach 2009."
Funny, I just had this happen last night. The wife accidentally knocked it over when pulling out the drum kit as we were in the process of changing instruments for Rock Band 2. This caused it to start clicking like crazy. I tried to turn it off as soon as possible but it was too late! There goes my turn to dish out some serious Beastie Boys.
eldavojohn writes "A simple device that starts and restarts Perfect Dark Zero has been built by a car mechanic apparently annoyed at his inability to unlock in game content. He calculated that 40 hours of gameplay (or 2,000 offline matches) would garner him the last 60 points needed to unlock content on his Xbox 360. Should people that have the knowledge to 'hack' interfaces to games be praised for their engineering innovation or be indited as cheaters? I personally think that game bots are a great way to enter the world of artificial intelligence but am disappointed when the most effective ideas are the simplest unintelligent scripts or mods."