But, "I call Any Web Loco on that." doesn't have the same ring to it.
When I log into my bank account, my username and password are not in the URL and certainly not passed unencrypted over the wire. They are happily stored in the LastSession.plist file though.
Feel free to supply a suitably masked copy of the lines from your own LastSession.plist that you believe is doing that.
I suspect that someone doesn't know exactly where the autofill passwords come from (Keychain) and assumes that they're in the LastSession properties list.
By definition, trolls intentionally get it wrong so as to evoke a smug response.
The mention of Steve Jobs as an "innovator" makes the article suspect. E.G. the author does not know what she is talking about.
I.E., the AC doesn't know what E.G. means.
So now everyone on
Oh gosh. Now Slashdot knows. You do realize that, while a decade ago that meant something, now it's meaningless. There aren't enough eyeballs here anymore to Slashdot an IIS4 server running on a 128bps fractional T1. Okay, maybe if it was running NT 3.5.1.
There was a time when the posters here knew the answer to that question because they were actually programmers.
I have never given my SSN to any of the credit reporting agencies. And yet they have them.
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Who actually uses the mouse to click a scrollbar when you can simply put to fingers on the trackpad and slide, or use a mouse scroller?
People that need to scroll hundreds of pages at once.
He's talking about a quarter on edge, not across the front.
The prosecutors’ office in the Amazon said that it started legal action against Samsung on August 9 following three government inspections at the plant, the first of which started in May 2011.
Perhaps Latin America won't be quite the easy alternate to China that manufacturing corporations had envisioned."
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ACs aren't granted conditional agreements. Says so in the
Defining efficiency would be a first step. Self-scavenging and self-modifying code fits into limited resources, but it's still complex. I once asked billg why the MS BASIC interpreter didn't tokenize numeric constants. He claimed that they pulled out the code for that to fit into 4k ROMs. So integers and reals that were encountered by the interpreter had to be parsed at each and every occurrence. The workaround was to create variables for all constants (I'd call them named constants but they were rarely longer than 2 letters). This is an example of being efficient with ROM usage and inefficient with storage (numbers represented in ASCII rather than machine) and inefficient with CPU (the constant reparsing).
Why does timothy seem to get sucked into approving press releases more so than the others?
Sounds more like a heating story.