Going forward, what do you believe is the relevance of GNU?
Yes! And then each time you got a reply, it would send you a helpful email. But you would have to then click on a link to download the reply, rather than it being displayed directly in the email
Oh nice, you've used IBM Cognos too?
>> all priced in the $50-$150 per month range
>> Of note - ALL current US ISPs offering RESIDENTIAL gigabit service do so on the oversell model, such that they CAN deliver UP TO 1Gbps to a customer,....
Is anyone else embarrassed that NASA uses miles as its primary unit of measure?
As someone who has spent money on the Google Display Network and normal search advertising, I can confirm that 100% of ads on mobile and third party sites use click trick / scams to collect CPC revenue with none of the clicks being intentional by potential customers.
Maybe this is the first step of the grand monetization scheme...
ALM can now start a Kickstarter: "if we receive $20,000,000 we will invest the full efforts of our company into a rockclimbing website and immediately shut down all other websites including X, Y, Z and delete all user data."
The third step would be the hacker provides explicit endorsement of this scheme "as a means to an end" after the Kickstarter begins.
Because of the power-law value of customer information (many fake, some disguised, few real, a couple elected officials with full doxable data) this scheme is the best way to attract payment. Also because the way Kickstarter works and the techniques used to prevent draft evasion (too long for this margin) there is a strong incentive for those with the most to lose to attract payment from those with less to lose.
This. Gmail has a hard time learn learning that "Please leave a survey for your last purchase!!!" is spam and "Your order shipped" is not. Either all my mail from one merchant wind up in spam or not.
Cool, and what's the procedure you use to tell the difference between a plastic bag (which you can run over) and a small child (dead stop)?
Can someone please explain the significance and consequences of publishing this:
I missed the boat... posted the comment to the wrong story AND made it too late http://yro.slashdot.org/commen...
But I'm having trouble finding who DID make it.
real protests have 50000000 members
If you're going to include an obscure technology like Java in the article. Could you please explain what it is?