I'm surprised he didn't include a "BSD IS DYING, NETCRAFT CONFIRMS IT" in the article.
No fool like an old fool. But I am sure Sanjiv from Punjab is thankful for the push to outsource the job you were worried about.
That process works better for fungible young talent who might be plenty gifted but have no experience to set themselves apart from the pack. The best defense against seeing your job outsourced is becoming so good at it that you don't have much competition. The second best defense is becoming friends with the greybeards who are positioned to argue against the manager who wants to rightsize your job.
The "anti-discrimination" laws are also immoral — they seek to punish thought-crimes and force employers into hiring those, whom they do not wish to hire, for whatever reason.
Sorry, son, but society (and the Supreme Court) voted and you're wrong.
You should find another bank.
Yep. There are plenty of banks to choose from that - whatever their other flaws - at least take security seriously. If your bank can't or won't lock down their website, then you already know that they're negligent in at least one area. What else are they neglecting?
I don't think it's extreme at all. I think we're past the point that's it's socially reasonable or responsible not to encrypt all traffic by default.
Even if you're 100% OK with visitors to your site being snooped on, consider that adding to the amount of crypto in use worldwide makes it hard for repressive governments to tell what their citizens are doing online. Maybe your site would be the straw that broke the Great Firewall's back and lets some kid read uncensored news.
Get off my lawn, sonny.
(Thinks tattoos can be ugly or beautiful, just like the people wearing them.)
4-digit UID, just over 40, no tats but I've thought about it. I've never considered anything massive like a sleeve before because I don't think it'd look good on me, but I couldn't care less if other people have them.
Outside of Portland, what percentage of the population has full sleeve tattoos? 1 in 10,000, maybe? I'm not asking to be funny; except for in very certain cities, those are almost unseen. Even working in San Francisco I see very, very few. Oh, there are lots of smaller tattoos, but sleeves are unusual.
I'll bet more people are sensitive to the materials used to make the watch than are unable to use it because of their ink. That's not Apple's fault or a flaw in the watch, though: no one product can be useful to everyone.
Wordpress provides a large amount of hardening functions like this
...which are completely freaking worthless if they're turned off by default. 99.9% of users will never visit and study every available config option, and the other
Your post is like those who insist that MySQL has safe data settings for those who know how to enable them, while ignoring the fact that almost everyone uses the configuration as shipped. Unsafe by default is an insane and undefensible way to distribute software. In fact, I can't think of a good justification for ever allowing the unsafe values to be set.
For me, still one. I never use a hub when away from my desk, and always use one when I'm at my desk. Think of it as a docking station and that's pretty much my usage pattern. If I can get a thinner or lighter laptop by throwing away the "extra" ports, I'd leap at the chance.
1g of Xylitol is enough to kill 3 dogs in half an hour.
That is the oddest mortality unit I've heard in a long time.