Flash may suck, but it's an incorrectly sized object thing.
So just how round are these one time pads? Way round.
Mod parent up. In Colorado here--local news is now reporting that he purchased a ticket and did just that.
First, to the parent, considering the demographics of Colorado, yes, he probably was a right-wing nut job.
I've lived in Colorado all of my life and that is news to me. The Denver/Boulder metro area (and Aurora is a suburb of Denver) is Left-leaning. Colorado Springs and rural towns are Right-leaning. I'll leave it as an exercise to the reader to figure out where most crime occurs in Colorado.
"you simply won't be able to run X11 apps on Mac OS X any more"
This is patently false. Apple is no longer supporting X11, but they are recommending that people install an open source X11 for OS X called XQuartz.
Which is not a bad thing IMHO. I've been running XQuartz since Leopard because Apple's X11 was so buggy.
Either intentionally or unintentionally, the internal font encoding of the PDF is screwed up. Here's a copy/paste-able version:
You falsely assume that if we don't raise the debt ceiling that U.S. government will necessarily default.
That's a nice straw man constructed by you and GP.
I disagree with the notion that the only way out of the current U.S. debt mess is to accrue more debt.
I would use more but my flux capacitor is on the fritz.
I'm a pretty geeky guy who has played around with Linux many times over the years (starting back in the late 90's), hoping to get away from Windows. Frankly, I would love nothing better than an OS I could put on my parents' computers and not have to worry about them calling me a month later complaining about all the pop-ups and viruses they have.
Ditto. And that's why for the last 4 years when anyone asks me about my recommendation for a new PC, I tell them "get a Mac". Yeah, it's not completely free (as in beer, or speech), but it utilizes a lot of the open source projects we know and love, is UNIX, and lets both power users and newbies get what they want done without dealing with things they shouldn't have to (registry problems, malware, restricted multiverse repositories, and the like). Most people just want a machine to get a job done and don't really care *how* it does it, just that it does.
Windows 7 might be getting there, but I jumped ship with Windows XP and haven't looked back. Maybe someday Steve Jobs will decide to lock down Mac OS X like iOS, but if that happens, and the OS will once again becomes an obstacle to what I am trying to accomplish, I will look elsewhere.
I guess Steve Jobs has had a change of heart on one his most used phrases? (See Steve Jobs "artists steal" quote)
Do you honestly believe that the content cartels have not thought of that? All one would require to disable this is to embed an invisible (to the naked eye) watermark in the video stream which can be detected by the video camera which causes your camera to record nothing.
And don't think this is impossible. Have you ever tried to photocopy certain government documents on newer photocopiers? They simply will not allow you do so.
Actually, that is their search engine. What the GP was talking about was Yahoo's directory, and can be found at http://dir.yahoo.com/.
The sad part is that is that the directory page is now mostly "The Spark Blog" and advertising links, with the "real" directory occupying a tiny column on the left side.
I can remember a time when that directory was actually one of the few *useful* sites on the web. Now get off my lawn.
You are waging a losing battle my friend. Just as the distinction between the terms "hacker" and "cracker" has been lost upon wider usage, "virus" has now come to mean any type of malware.