If only I could mod down your message a hundred times. Now that I know such thing exists I will disable it on all my devices and also show how to do the same to all my friends.
I put my wood cutting boards in a dishwasher and have done so for years. No problem at all.
Many times those events are not even that informative!
Why don't they implement a filter for gay images? Or for all that Hollywood does not approve? Will governments be given some sort of "plug-in" access so they can remove what does not follow the state policy?
I am not a "fish" person but I'd like to try it. Do you think whale can be had in the US?
My kid will be two next week and it will be quite some more time until he will be allowed to use a tablet or similar. I find it deeply wrong to let a small kid use those devices. On top of that the use of such devices seems to have an impact on children's vision and eyesight.
So if I had to "get rid" of data stored on a computer, for whatever reason, I would just dd from
/dev/zero directly to the disk devices. Any disadvantage of this technique? Maybe to confuse who is after me I could maybe copy from urandom, but this would probably make an already slow process even slower.
On unrelated news, I read (but the article was absolutely not technical and in another language) that they caught somebody hacking his previous office even if he was operating through Tor. What to do then to have effective anonymity online when looking for info or even interacting?
Oh come on.
Well what DBAN can do that dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda can't?
I read the poll like "which would you RE-invent". I voted Nuclear Bombs because I think those are the maximum expression of human creativity, but then I realized the poll asks for the opposite.
Not only small kids but all humans are better off without a TV. I do not own one since 2004 and I would NEVER go back. My wife (back by girlfriend) at the beginning was skeptical and then realized how much better it was compared to when she was in her shared apartment. My kids are growing without a TV and don't even show the need for one. The problem is grandma when she wants to show teletubbies or other utter crap like that. Shame on the people that make those programs. Instead, we watch cartoons on the internet from time to time, good old stuff, not the modern silly cartoons. Heidi, Fist of the North Star.
I guess it depends on "where" (when?) they fail. In fact, at some point two engines are shut down to avoid too much g - probably at that point three failing engines could still be OK?
In the equivalent of 9th and 10th grades, DOS, Lotus 1-2-3 and Pascal programming. In 11th grade, Pascal again and Scheme, Z80 machine language (not assembly!). In 12th grade, C++ (Object Oriented) and x86 Assembly. in 13th grade, we were set free to explore and learn extra stuff (Java in my case).
And if you design hardware, keep DIP-switches and optional 0-Ohm resistors only for the technicians, not for the general public.
I still like LILO better.