Gnome and Unity both tried to force their own vision of Metro on me.
When Ubuntu 11.10 started pushing Un(usabil)ity harder, I just did sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop and never looked back.
Posted from my Dell Inspiron mini running Xubuntu 12.04 LTS
That's why Android is expanding to desktop computers. It's more capable in both roles than Windows 8
Let me know when Android can even put two windows on the screen. RIght now, only select apps for select Samsung devices can do that. Unless an app uses a multi-window mode flag in its XML manifest, it's allowed to assume that the screen size will never change after installation, and only Samsung devices honor that flag. Use a non-Samsung device or an app by someone who doesn't have a Samsung device on which to test, and it's all maximized all the time. At least Windows 8/8.1 (x86 and x86-64) can go back to the desktop and its overlapping and snapped window management models.
Sure, maybe you could try to get it to return to some other valid set of code and subvert that
That's exactly what's done. Get it to return to other pieces of code in the application that happen to do what your malicious code wants done.
Austin, L.A., Silicon Valley and I'm guessing Denver and Atlanta are places where you pretty much need to own a car
Capital Metro operates Austin's public transit service. Unlike the bus service where I live, it even runs on Sunday. What do you claim it lacks?
Austin is still something of a deal, since compared to California, you get about 25% of your salary back through not paying income taxes
This article states that like New Hampshire, Texas makes up for its lack of an individual income tax with higher property tax, which the landlord ends up passing on to the tenant.
This way, it can only be one thing at a time which means that the malicious code can't enable itself.
Unless the malicious code sprays itself over the writable area and returns to libc to make it executable.