All menus and no ribbons yuck. Sticking with Office
The results are in perfect agreement with predictions from the 1990s--there are no grandfather-type paradoxes
Nice first step, but I'll be more impressed when the results are in agreement with predictions from the 1890s
Matrix 1 quote dude
I thought the point of the charge was to make the "wooly" side-fibers of the strands wrap around the prey's limbs and/or the microscopic irregularities in the exoskeleton, tangling to it. "Tying" the fibers to the prey would have a similar binding effect to gluing them to it, without the need for glue, and lots of little fibers could make a very strong attachment.
(Stretching fibers made of long chains makes them stronger by aligning the chains along the direction of the stretch.)
Youtube just switched to HTML5 video by default, so perhaps we can uninstall Flash for good now!
But can it play "Badger Badger Badger"?
Why are they still using C to deal with network protocol? Is the performance so critical that it's worth all the troubles?
Also, because there's a lot of C code that has been in heavy use, and tested for correctness, for decades, suitable for reuse with substantial confidence that it's correct (though you check it anyhow...).
Let's see you find code like THAT for a language that hasn't been AROUND for decades. B-)
Why are they still using C to deal with network protocol?
For starters, because it's transparent. The "K&R compliant assembly laguage", as one of my former colleagues once characterized it, translates to object in a clearly understandable way (especially if you turn optimization down or off). Though it gives you more opportunities to create bugs, it makes it hard for the bugs to hide from inspection.
The "higher-level" the language, the more it takes over and inserts its own stuff between you and the metal, and the more opportunity for that to inject an invisible vulnerability - which you might have trouble removing even if you DO discover it.
Meanwhile, many of the things "higher-level" languages protect you from can also be detected and flagged by both modern C compilers and code examination tools - starting with the venerable "lint".
How's that ascii porn looking?
As soon as sites stop putting in 40 freaking ad networks each page perhaps we will sTop. They are getting worse and worse with MOST SHOCKING
I don't have this problem and yes I use a standard user account. Newer flash in the last few years runs as a service so it can update
Just because someone is infected doesn't mean they are idiots who click on attachments.
Heaven forbid too if you think your safe with no AV protection either as this shows your not. AV is not perfect but can certainly stop a payload in 90% of cases for non 0 day exploits
It can do the gui and port forwarding for you.
Just comes with a shirt startup daemon
I can guarantee you that if the Govt. left it up to drivers to get the proper training and instruction on how to operate vehicles safely, people wouldn't do it.
Interesting claim - since it doen't work that way for guns.
Where the government requires training, most gun purchasers take the minimum required, then stop. Where it doesn't, most people start with the course recommended by the gun stores (which is far more comprehensive - and more focussed, with less time spent on political indoctrination B-) ) and also do substantially more range time, until they feel adequately competent. (Then there are those that get interested in shooting as a hobby...)
A similar effect is the reason police normally don't shoot at private ranges simultaneously with civilians. Most police are embarrassingly HORRIBLE shots and pistol-handlers - because they do only the minimum training and practice required by the department (which has lots of other stuff for them to do while they're being paid for their time), and almost never have to actually fire their gun during their work.
Ford F150 Lariat.
For the 5 1/2 ton towing capacity (which also translates to "won't blow the engine head gasket towing a loaded trailer up CA 88 like the van did" - turns out they designed that vehicle's engine with the cylinders too close together so this one pair had a very thin piece of gasket between them,..).
(No time to get the GVR before I have to get to work...)
I'm going on what the dealer told me. If I was led astray the cost of the vehicle has been a couple grand higher than it otherwise would have been.