It is VERY obvious.
It is VERY obvious.
Yeah, do it soon or we'll change it for ya
ObviousGuy is my new hero. And now I'm his friend!
Entirely too easy of a password to guess.
Got it on me first try!
Sometimes it's just too easy.
Hint for the rest of you, don't leave you account wide open for hacking.
Just a thought about the new Hamas leader.
He has gone on record and stated plainly that the U.S. is not going to be a target of Hamas attacks. This is a very astute move.
Aside from having my Karma stomped down to Terrible and being completely blocked from posting comments, I'm also being automatically logged out after viewing several pages.
If this is another problem, I'd like to begin the count of issues I've encountered so far.
1) Moderation weightings have been skewed such that a negative moderation affects karma significantly downward while positive moderation barely affects karma upward.
What is the weighting of Moderation to Karma?
It is common knowledge that a +1 Funny is worth 0 karma, but are there other values that are not commonly known?
I currently have Bad karma. However, looking over my recent posts, I have many +5 Insightful/Interesting posts and have a positive moderation balance despite several downmods.
I was given notice that this Friday will be my last day at this company. The notice actually came at the end of January, so it is no surprise. My company is finally closing the Japanese office. I was given the chance to transfer back to the home office or to another office in nearby Taiwan. I chose to remain here in Japan for the sake of my family.
The FreeBSD bootloader does not seem to talk to my USB keyboard, so I have to sit through 10 seconds of 'devil menu' every time I boot up.
It would be nice if this were configurable, skippable, or if the loader would just talk to my USB keyboard so I could skip the menu manually.
No update on the DHCP issue. The machine still isn't talking to the Internet.
This weekend I downloaded the FreeBSD 5.2
Hotels are tired of getting ripped off. I checked into a hotel and they had towels from my house. -- Mark Guido