BitCoins remind me of those 1970s pyramid parties. At some point, the price will fall out and over half the people will lose nearly their entire investment. Why dally in a virtual currency unless you want to take advantage of others?
What happens when one of these vehicles is involved in a collision? Could be caused by the truck running over a bicycle or another vehicle striking the autonomous vehicle.
I find it very strange that my Gmail account received so much spam long before I ever started actively using it. It's not like me e-mail address is made up of one or two words. I cannot for the life of me understand how anyone would possibly guess my e-mail address (two letters plus an uncommon word). I'm guessing someone got a hold of their user list. Anyhow, their spam filter is fairly accurate.
When I purchased my Lenovo ThinkPad 51 weeks ago, I sadly opted for Vista Home Premium because it looked like my work was ready to deploy Vista. Looking back, I wish I had paid the extra $18 to get XP Professional. With the sole exception of improved networking features, Vista has been a horrible experience. My decision had nothing to do with money.
They need to isolate those functions away from the MTA agent. MTA should do MTA and punt the rest to a wholly separate program that has to re-establish trust and re-validate the input data.
Why in the world would an e-mail delivery system ever consider executing external code? Exchange should simply look at the delivery address. If it is a local address, place the message in the user's mailbox. If an external address, forward to the next hop. What's so difficult with that task?
CommuniGate Pro has never had this problem. IronPort appliances don't have this problem. Exchange should stick to its sole job as a delivery agent and stop trying to be so smart.
Can't we live without OLE?
US News and World Report carried an interesting story a couple of years ago about the declining value of MBAs. They said too many people were getting them and many graduates lacked practical knowledge to make them useful.
Startup "Pudding Media today announced pioneering technology that will speed the transition to free calling by displaying fun, entertaining and valuable information and offers on any computer or handset screen or inbox based on relevant keywords spoken in a phone call." http://puddingmedia.com/news/press/pr20070924.html"
"Star Simpson, 19, had a computer circuit board and wiring in plain view over a black hooded sweat shirt she was wearing, said State Police Maj. Scott Pare, the commanding officer at the airport. "She said that it was a piece of art and she wanted to stand out on career day," Pare said at a news conference. Simpson was "extremely lucky she followed the instructions or deadly force would have been used...[s]he's lucky to be in a cell as opposed to the morgue."
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Mozilla's fix is included in Firefox 188.8.131.52.A July 2007 patch was supposed to take care of this type of problem, but [hacker Petko] Petkov showed how attackers could still run commands on a victim's system by tricking a victim into opening a maliciously coded QuickTime media file.
In fact, until Apple addresses the underlying flaw in QuickTime, there still could be headaches for users, Mozilla said in its security advisory on the issue. "QuickTime Media-link files could still be used to annoy users with popup windows and dialogs until this issue is fixed in QuickTime," the advisory states.