Then they put all the people on the black list that might want to *read* about SELinux, or other technologies, before using it?
Come on, you either want people to be safe _from_ hackers (the bad guys) or arrest all the hackers (software engineers). Maybe someone needs to buy them a current dictionary including the many uses of the common word "hacker" and what it really means in which context?
Microsoft has given up trying to promote the Surface as a
... saleable machine. Rather than dumping their excess, in public view of shareholders, they are now even more willing to take a more substantial loss, so long as they can still claim X millions of units sold . Better than tossing them like with the Surface RT. Shareholders will likely complain if they try that one again.
There is LOTS of eye tracking software out there. Just do a Google for 'eyetracking software' and there are lots of hits, far too many for me to list here.
just as an example is here http://www.eyetechds.com/partn... but there are many many more. Even open source.
Bottom line: If you shake hands with Bill Gates you had better count your fingers.
In the early days (colonial and uses-of-urine-442390/?no-istbefore) it was common for people to brush their teeth with urine, because it helped whiten the teeth and the ammonia can kill some of the bacteria that caused gum disease.
Historic uses for urine
I have been forced to sign up for YahooGroups over the years just so that I can have my email address stolen by spammers and receive copious supplies of electrons in the form of Viagra emails. We could run the planet on that electricity coming across the wire. I learned long ago to use disposable email addresses and to block all other than the Yahoo mail servers just to keep the spam under reasonable control. I would dump it in a heartbeat if the projects I needed would just move elsewhere. No such luck.
Bullying was out of control, even back then. Its nothing new except for the media is finally covering it. I was no the receiving end of that bulling up until the day I took Aikido. My instructor was an elderly woman weighing in all but about 86 lbs soaking wet. That class change my life. I had started taking Judo 9 month earlier but it had not yet come in handy for anything. After sitting in on just one Aikido class at the ripe old age of 13, only watching, I threw and pinned my adult Judo instructor using an Aikido move in a sparing match when I was just supposed to be the practice dummy for class demonstration purposes.
Since graduating from high school, I have also taken Taekwondo, Shaolin Kung Fu, and Kenjutsu, but I always come back to Aikido in a time of need and/or a delicate situation. Its just more useful in everyday life. You merely use the opponents own energy against themself, by understanding the physiology of the human body and how it can and can not move. The philosophy of not hurting the opponent is the best part of it, and therefore useful for almost any kind of bad situation.
My last encounter with such a school yard bully was as a bystander in a high school metal shop class, only I just couldn't stand there and watch it happen. The Class Clown (aka dumb F*@ck ) took a hand full of metal shavings off the lathe and went to shove it down this one kids shirt, and my own hand wound up going in right behind. I clinched his fist so he could not let go of the metal shavings, pulled his hand out slowly, squeezing his hand with around 90+ lbs of pressure, and then gently rolled him across the shop bench table with one hand. All 200 lbs of him, while I was about 150lbs at the time. Its proof that with enough thrust even pigs can fly....
The administration, as you might guess did nothing, so the mighty sward of 'do-nothing-ever' cuts both ways at times.
A little bit of self confidence can allow you to talk your way out of bad situations a lot more easily. Simple fact, its no fun to pick on someone who is just not afraid of you. The bullies are after the feeling of control they get when someone submits to their will, and they won't get any kind of satisfaction like that here.
Another possibility is in GUI programming there is a such thing as a slot, which is essentially a callback routine associated with an interface control. However applying that definition to an error count metric is troubling since there is no standard size for a callback.
For what its worth, whatever language NGINX is written in is not the one to use, the site gateway is apparently down, implicating a bug in the web software serving the article. Maybe the hackers are trashing the servers right now? I would have liked to have been able to read the article on broken web software, but the web software was broken.