But I do agree, if I was an advertiser, and this caught on, they could see a potential spike in clicks, and therefore a big jump in advertisement expenditures.
That might lead to drastically reduced payments per click for websites, or maybe the end of pay-per-click, or who knows what else?
- NASA caught deleting UFO photos from its website
- UFO flies over NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover
- Astronomer discovers animal life form on Mars from NASA images
- UFO: NASA reveals Biblical-like Spacecraft
With all that BS at the bottom, it casts doubt in my mind on the actual article.
No, this is Racketeering if I've ever seen it!
and take your charge pad with you on vacation...
For now, it's filenames. Next will be screenshots. After that, reverse-netflix?
What we need is for the protocol to be reverse-engineered, and then just start posting all sorts of randomized information to the servers, effectively making it useless. Advertisers won't pay for garbage data.
Of course, once LG notices, the protocol will be encrypted...
Yes, yes they do.
I am confident that it COSTS BELL more money to maintain their old pulse dialing systems.
But those bastards just see it as a 'free' source of revenue.
Long ropes made out of carbon nanotubes or something?
Astronaut Psychiatric Self Evaluation Questionaire
Please mark all that apply with an X
1) [ ] I am crazy enough to want to go to Mars
Thank you for completing this questionaire.
I can't figure out why Windows lets a program remove itself from the list of programs in the task list. WTF!
I wonder if windows fudges the task list CPU numbers to add up to 100%?
Tell that to these guys...
I am using an admittedly older MythDora (umm, 10?) system with MythWelcome set up to use the alarm to wake it up when it needs to record something, and power it off when idle.
It usually decides to act up when I am away for a week on business or something, and then everyone's mad at me when I get back!
So I finally added a "mysqlcheck --autorepair" to the bootup sequence.
As a complete aside, I just ran out of disk space while still having 100GB free... ran out of inodes. Some cron job was periodically sending emails, and I had over 500,000 unsent emails in
I have my mythtv box all set up with mythwelcome; it wakes up when it needs to record something, and powers off when it's done, provided I'm not actually watching something at the time.
Maybe that's the difference?
The video shows a number of ways that MySQL seems to insert questionable data; ignoring NOT NULL, inserting default values when no default is specified, etc...
There are two databases that I have had to repair... Hypersonic and MySQL. MySQL I have to repair regularly in my MythTV box. Hypersonic states it should not be used in a production system. I have never had to repair Postgres, MSSQL, or Oracle.