White, to let some light through.
Masking tape over the speakers in the kid's toys.
Duct, to keep the taillight on the truck.
Surgical, to keep the bandage on while I work.
Their just old.
[... whine... whaaa
There is no solution, there is no fix or magic arrow, and all the bitching of the world won't make them die any faster.
Maybe, instead of focusing all your adolescent angst on your elders, take the time to attend public meetings and vote.
Yeah, we know; you're too busy to do that. Please, stay focused on your little screen while we change the world.
You heard; "We don't need a backup because GitHub is so awesome". That does sound scary.
However, the whole point of Git is everyone who cares about the project has the complete repository, usually with multiple backups, and works "off-line" as normal practice.
Github is just an awesome and easy place to share a copy of the repository. It's trivial to set up another shared repository or just share directly with those involved in the development.
I assumed they selected Github as the target because they wanted an effective response delivered to the originators of the original http request.
They are constantly mapping accessible VPNs and developing countermeasures against them. I understand it's a constant game of whack-a-mole over there with access to VPNs outside the great firewall.
It covers a wide berth of timing related topics and is information dense. I found no marketing BS in this paper at all.
We had several Vaxen in our lab.
It's used to show who groks tek. Sales dept use "Vaxes". Users say Vaxen.
Now, get off my lawn. I just mowed it.
I want to know the real purpose. Was a strange obelisk discovered by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter?
Are we developing Lunar Rods from God capability?
A significant part of the brogrammer "culture" has been imported. The H1-B program has amplified the problem.
This product may be what you are looking for
A big red button connected to the net that can do whatever you want
This. I was thinking a Raspberry Pi stuffed inside a Staples "Easy Button".
"If you own a machine, you are in turn owned by it, and spend your time serving it..." -- Marion Zimmer Bradley, _The Forbidden Tower_