Roadrunner will have more success now that his target is wearing a government-issued GPS tracking collar. Those ACME homing missiles will be much more effective.
<coyote removes collar, attaches it to nearby car>
<Road Runner donnes cheap suit, and sells car to coyote...>
and if you couple this attack with the slightly older "make the address bar show a slightly wrong thing" attack...
you know, the PayPal.com vs PayPaI.com (one's an L one's an I, can you tell with the default font?)...adjusted for font collisions, or making use of the way a browser falls back on installed fonts when you try and show a different script style...
This could be very bad...
Anyone in the Worcester area who wants to get licensed can come by WPI's Slasibury Hall, Room 407, 1800 hours, Thursday, April 8th, for our next exam!
The fee is only $15, bring two forms of ID
They are all spur routes off of I-95, there are more than 9 of them, so the numbers get reused...
I grew up a few miles from 459 in NY, and go to school up in MA now, it still throws me off when i have to momentarily consider the difference between the two roads.
1%er is a reference to criminally bikers, from an AMA (American Motorcycle Association) publication ('91 I think) claiming that 99% of bikers are law abiding citizens. The suggestion of 15%er is that in AU there are many more criminal bikers than in the US, so many that it might be an acceptable form of shenanigans, like soccer hooligans in GB.
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"The Internet's creators didn't want the network architecture — or any single entity — to pick winners and losers," Genachowski said, embracing what is known as the end-to-end principle. "The principles that will protect the open Internet are an essential step to maximize investment and innovation in the network and on the edge of it — by establishing rules of the road that incentivize competition, empower entrepreneurs, and grow the economic pie to the benefit of all."
Genachowski has proposed two rules: Broadband providers cannot discriminate against services or applications by slowing them down and broadband providers must tell customers how its engineers manage the network when it gets congested"
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Barracuda XT 7200 RPM
SATA 6Gb drive. The new 'Cuda is a four-platter drive featuring an areal
density of 368 Gigabits per square inch that also delivers burst speeds of up to
6 Gigabits per second over the
new 6Gb SATA interface. It also maintains backward compatibility with the SATA 3Gb/second and SATA 1.5Gb/second interfaces, and uses the same cables and connectors as previous SATA generations to ease integration and upward migration. The drive has a 64MB on board cache and is set to retail at $299 for
the 2TB model."