Directly after installation https://keyserver.x-pire.net/ is the default for keyserver. Usually this is fine and you do not have to change this.
How do we setup a keyserver ourselves? Wouldn't it be even more pointless if we entrust the keys to the x-pire guys? Now they can sit back and see the embarrassing images rolling in.
If this could ever actually work - which it can't - I wouldn't want my digital photos to expire anyway. BUT if anybody actually does want this, why doesn't facebook just delete them after the expiry date?
Facebook could say your photos were deleted, but how can you be sure?
It won't be long before we see another court case concerning a defendant's right not to disclose his whole disk encryption passphrase.
This is not from the US, but...
News: Man jailed over computer password refusal
But what about those who skip classes, don't go into the research field and pass up on all the competitions/exchange/internships opportunities? I had quite a number of friends who were just like that... the tuition fees far exceed whatever subsidies they get as a student, and they walk away in a few years' time with just a degree, which is good enough to land them with a decent job now. I bet their working abilities would be no worse if they didn't attend any of the examinations at school. They might even benefit from starting work a few years earlier...
Anyway, to Carolyn and others with similar difficulties: Sit in the front and learn to concentrate. Raise your complaints when your peers get annoying, but if even a screensaver could distress you that much you should find help from professionals.
The measure for correlations used is r. We would actually expect the correlation coefficients to be low, since there are so much more to status updates not captured by the word counts. The correlations coloured are statistically significant, though.
...so your observation is correct.
On the other hand, from my own experience, the decisive factors in determining the "popularity" of a status update are
1) real-life popularity of that person (you don't add only virtual "friends", do you?) and
2) that person's tendency to "like" and repeatedly comment on his own status updates
Now I'm no statistician as well and I have no studies to back me up. Duh.
PS. "That other line is moving faster than yours" almost sound as if my line is moving the slowest, which isn't true from TFA. Just that my line's not the fastest doesn't make me feel that bad, it's probably not the slowest as well.
Quoting from their site: "Reliable and redundant – Our datacenter is built using large amounts of commodity hardware. When one node fails, millions of other nodes pick up the slack. As a result, you gain all the benefits of an always-on and self-healing infrastructure, without ever having to configure or replace hardware."
So how did "a" hardware failure brought their cloud down? Anyway, a hardware failure still sounds better than a DDoS though.
Oh right, so what has the Shift key got to do with Caps Lock? Remember how you capitalize without the Caps Lock?
Can't we just replace Shift to other keys for these quick English typing in ChromeOS you say? Well, which key should we use instead?
So I'm just a little confused as to why they would want to optimize this little key out. Perhaps they have such great rationales other than trying to stand out in the crowd? Or it's not for foreigners seeing that the pilot test is limited to the US only?
The subject matter, the grade level, the college, the course—these things are irrelevant to me. Prices are determined per page and are based on how long I have to complete the assignment. As long as it doesn't require me to do any math or video-documented animal husbandry, I will write anything.
It's nice to know that our beloved engineering is safe........for now.
Not really. There are engineering courses that do not require maths. From non-technical ones like "Engineers in Society" to technical ones like "Web Security" (of course it can involve maths but you don't need maths to write a paper on web security).