I take it you're fully in support of modders getting a measly 25% cut?
I would say that, by definition, following at a distance at which it is impossible to avoid rear ending the car in front if it does an emergency stop is not typically safe.
There was more than one case.
There was more than one case. Ford won the one mentioned in TFA but they lost Grimshaw v Ford Motor Company with respect to an accident that happened in 1972.
Are you just making stuff up?
The method you have described requires root ('admin') access and can only really be described as a misconfiguration rather than an attack.
Yes, it is. I didn't realise Apple were using C connectors, in which case I withdraw my complaint!
What the hell keyboard are you using where mistyping ivy bridge results in the word Haskell?
Mirror is not a good idea because now you're reducing your ultra-fast PCIe SSD to the speed of the lower-end backup SSD.
Are you sure about that? Because that's the kind of thing the --write-mostly flag was designed to avoid.
The cables, the cables! I have had to replace several Apple power cables that crapped out. Much fewer with the round-style connectors.
Not that I think USB charging is a step forward at all - in fact it's a regression to a single-orientation design whereas at least MagSafe was dual-orientation.
My browser tells me that the SSL certificate for the site hosting TFA is owned by Kaspersky Labs. Now, whilst that doesn't necessarily mean that what the author says is wrong, I do get suspicious when anti-virus software vendors publish articles about new ways in which my computer is not secure.
Well you should be fine with the California bill then because it is telling you that you are NOT ALLOWED to send unvaccinated children to their schools.
And it's not your job to behave like an arsehole and yet refusing to get your children vaccinated is behaving like an arsehole.
Damn, and I took the bait. Oh well, you live and learn I guess.
Not quite sure what you mean there. Do you mean removing the Wikipedia links from the maps, or something else?
Now can someone please publish the counter-argument, that Copyright is not in the Public Interest.
Shall we compare them side by side?