Not saying Sourceforge is or isn't evil, but I've been poking around archive.org and it looks like the "nmap" project never had any files.
Kali Flash Drive, Hiren's Flash Drive, KNOPPIX Flash Drive, HAK5 Rubber Ducky, Random Files Flash Drive, Breathalyzer, Key multitool, set of Brian Brushwood's bump keys, house key, car key, solar-powered flash light, 720p video camera that looks like a garage door opener, portable blacklight
I noped the hell off of Yikyak the day they said I could no longer use their service if I didn't link my Google account. It's like they forgot the definition of the word "anonymous".
So the top 5% of earners pays only 60% of the taxes, while just the top 1% has 48% of the money?
If the missing 4% of people are getting at least 12% of the money, then they're still getting off lucky.
Math is fun!
Good chance the networking equipment behind those IP addresses was paid for by taxpayers, if not the computers themselves.
She's your girlfriend AND your sister? What part of GA are you from?
Busta Rhymes is still looking for his flow, which was apparently stolen shortly before his song "Woo Hah" came out.
Doesn't Microsoft also charge $50 a year for the XBox Live service?
This. A million times, this.
I used to read about 80 webcomics. Most daily.
I'd also read about another 30-40 pages whenever they updated.
Google Reader made it so easy, all I had to do was click the Next button in my bookmark bar over and over until I ran out of Internet. My only whine was that it was always newest first, which sucked if I missed a day for whatever reason and would end up seeing today's comics before yesterday's.
But then Google killed off Reader, and now I only read XKCD and Cyanide+Happiness.
Where I work, everyone's health care went up about 40% on average last month, with everyone getting either equal or worse coverage than they had previously. I think the ACA was a necessity, but premiums certainly did spike for a lot of people.
"The figures exclude acts of terrorism."
How long before Chromebooks get this support? It'd be great with my Steam/Chrubuntu setup.
"It might actually be illegal for the employer to charge the employee for something that only the employer provides and requires of the employee."
When I used to work at Arby's forever ago, they charged me for the shirt I had to wear while working.
The meaningful content is entirely in the subject.