Pray that the data isn't stored in a country that has oil!
It means that the uninfected humans have to shoot it in the head. Or stake it through the heart. And quickly, before things get worse.
Kinda like what Adobe has been trying to do to ColdFusion ever since they acquired it as part of the Macromedia deal.
Considering that Terry Gilliam is still very much alive it might just be because your jokes suck.
Like the last left-leaning government that did more damage to the nation's healthcare, social security, employee protection, financial market regulation and other sectors than the previous conservative government could've ever dreamed during its 16 years of majority?
Even with languages that share a common ancestry, these programs still have trouble when it comes to context, as shown in the following screenshot on the same topic.
In this case the software tried to translate "move", which the original text uses in the context of "cancel the lease on your apartment and move to a different address" (German word would be "umziehen") and instead picks the German word "verschieben", which is the translation in the context of "grab and item and push it until it's no longer in spot A but in spot B".
Unless the software can actually factor in the context (as Google's search algorithm often tries to do), Murphy's Law will still have a field day with words that can translate into several different and distinct ones in the other language.
The NSA probably wanted more time to exploit it.
14 billion? That's less than it costs to supply that little adventure in the Iraqi desert with toilet paper!!!
That US lap dog's EU membership has become a cancer that's been festering for decades. Nowadays they're almost nothing beyond that.
Look at what Jim Cameron's brother Mike does for a living. Extreme stuff like that is in the family's blood.
It'll turn out just like how they abandoned Firewire once there was finally enough hardware on the market to even take note of it.
Haven't tried disabling the Flash plugin to force the browser to fall back on the HTML5 version (which many of us would probably prefer anyway). Maybe that one will work better for others.
Don't get your panties in a bunch, we're talking about Joss Whedon, not Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
In most of his work you can see the eventual outcome from miles away. It's the ride to get there that makes his work fun.
Your summary still might help some others.
It's a cable modem and regular Vimeo works just fine. It's only the VOD stuff that shows this off behavior (because it loads the video in 40 MB pieces to circumvent most download tools and fails to stitch them back into seamless output).
Won't work in this case, but thanks for the good intention.
Unlike regular Vimeo, where it's easy to work around the basic methods, the VOD site loads parts of the video in 40 MB or so pieces, tries to stitch them together again and in my case it failed miserably at doing so (despite a proven and more than sufficient downlink),
Unless you actually know what was going on, shove your assumptions where the sun don't shine.
This was the first bad HD streaming experience in years and the connection has performed without problems throughout the long easter weekend as well (over here that was an extended weekend from Friday to Monday). HD streams by other sites didn't cause any problems either, the problem was reproducible across tabs and browsers and using the web developer tools you could practically watch the stream arrive too late, piece by piece and with not nearly enough overlap to provide seamless playback.
If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, quacks like a duck,