I read that as Excursion Funerals. Twice. It really sounds like a good idea though. I have to update my will now.
It's got be satire. Right? Reads like an April Fools' Day article.
Any proposal in which users hand over their private keys to a third party (such as a webmail provider) should be assumed to be done with the blessing of, or at the request of, law enforcement or intelligence agencies
Where did it say in there that users would hand over private keys to a third party?
That's close to Detroit, right?
In states throughout the country, major cable and telecom companies have battled attempts to create community broadband networks, which they claim put them at a competitive disadvantage. The FCC will decide if its able to circumvent state laws that have been put in place restricting the practice."
Now all we have to do is cover the sea floor with this carpet and lift it up whenever there's a need. Perfect!
For years I've been looking for a viable replacement for my aging fax machine. Fax... that's short for facsimile for you youngsters.
I know the rest of you have all been looking for an better way than plain e-mail to exchange physical copies of documents. There's just nothing like holding the document in your hand. Am I right?
So I'll let *you* decide what I need to have printed. Send me your stuff: email@example.com
Well obviously you wouldn't fill the mouse and keyboard usb ports with epoxy.
You didn't feel the breeze? Your hair sure got messed up when that whooshed by you.
I've found something even more effective than blocking port 80 and 443 on browser equipped machines. Unplugging and placing the computer in its original packaging and using it as a chair or an end table is nearly fool proof. Issue pencils and paper to all workers. Computer security problem solved.
I understand what you are saying but you are forgetting that with no copyrights, there is nothing wrong with copying someone elses work and no shame. Your examples only work because people did something they were not allowed to do. They were exposed and shamed.
"some of the biggest gains in tech come during war or threat of war."
This assumes that tech could not have developed without war, the need for computers would still come from physics community, the idea that "war is great because it gives us good tech" is bullshit, war is justification to spend money and plunge the government into massive debt for the private profits of a few wealthy individuals and corporations.
The truth is the possibilities are already pre-defined by nature, every technology we now have was always possible a million years ago. It would just take time for people to develop it, just because certain technologies were developed for war does not mean technology would not have naturally developed anyway due to limitations of one sort or another.
The truth is war technology fallacy says more about the sorry state of human beings biology. War does not give birth to technology, human beings were inventing tech all along regardless of whether it is wartime or peacetime.
Find the nearest church. The leaders there will be able to help you find a cause.
Show the Credits
Feed Them Guys
At first I thought these two stories were related.
I was about to download the MS tool so I could create my own spectacular tasting, eye-opening, knock-off classic art.
Of course it doesn't... it's missing the necessary double F.
Boring story so far.