Hey, thanks. what you did there is the browser equivilant of leaving a bag of burning dogshit on my doorstep.
Opera took a serious wrong turn recently
Indeed, it is all very subjective. I think the thing we can all agree on is that drives fail. Often.
I only have a couple of home servers with a total of 24 disks, 50% WD, the rest seagate. Never had to send a WD back. Those Seagate drives fail all the damn time. I have replaced 25% of them in 1.5 years. Sometimes the brand new replacement (as in a new retail drive) fails very quickly; 1-4 months.
I also refuse to use any of their RMA replacement drives as they seem to go bad within 6 months. Not a single RMA's drive has lasted more than 1 year.
At this point I am actively migrating data off those RAID arrays onto the new WD drives. I have no faith in seagate.
Ohhhhh. I just replaced 3 (yes 3!) dead Seagates that all stoppped working within the last month. The last one to go started chiping about 1 month before it died.
I currently have 5 more Seagates that are either spinning down and then back up, or are power cycling for some reason. At last look, the SMART information told me everything was ok with the drive, but even now I can hear it starting the slow decline to click death.
And no, they are not the "green" models that spin down every 2 seconds.
ooohhh... I was way too slow on this. I just chraged in with a sensible reply.
Having just read the "article", the units in the summary are a copy-pasta from the article.
PC is now the second (or third) class citizen behind consoles and mobile.
When a game comes out months and months after console releases (I'm looking at you GTA5) where is the incentive to wait? If you really want to play a game, you have to buy the console, but only because the game studios think that they know better.
Release on all platforms at the same time!
"Many of the 'campaigns' are by ordinary citizens, it is us who would lose our voice in the 12 month lead-up to any election."
can you clarify this. I know the back story on this, but I was under the impression from the news (BBC mainly) that this would only affect large campaign spends to £~400k. Anyone pushing more than £5k needs to declare it with the government, but are not prohibited.
What small groups are going to have any significant issue here? Are there small campaign groups with nearly half a million £ in liquid cash?
I am not saying I think this is the best approach to the problem, but I am curious about your statement!
nice story. I can't imagine watching a movie with wipers on is a pleasureable experience
Dude from the UK here. How the hel would we watch a movie through all the rain?
pertinent link http://seclists.org/nmap-dev/2012/q3/1050
Indeed. I just finished following the breadcrumbs to this, and the joke paper is amazingly well done.
NMAP didn't get an epic fail. Hackin9 magazine got butt0wned by the nmap guys
"NMAP requires root access in order to allow B-trees."
Hate the system not the people! I probably would do the same to top up the piggy bank
Got any links for this? Would be... useful