They can always use a browser that doesn't respect the SSL cert pushed out by group policy, like Firefox...
(Apache) AH64D, millimeter wave radar, radar hellfires and preferential fire zones. Ouch. Each missile is like a little robot. Drag a rubberband around clusters of targets on the display, unleash several missiles, each missile finds a target and boom, next missile, next target. That was so cool.
('Janes Longbow' was a way cool game yay)
I always wondered why my mechs didn't have these missiles
In Soviet Russia robot tanks you!
Why would anyone believe it suddenly becomes okay to violate people's fundamental liberties simply because someone is trying to "earn a living"?
isn't that the entire purpose of the legal industry?
This from a religion famous for suicide bombers.
What a shame the radicals and terrorists don't actually READ the Koran.
Well at least there will be one muslim-free planet...
The problem is the disconnect between muslims.
In my experience, there are muslims (mostly western born, raised, educated) who believe that "Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance."
There are also muslims (mostly born, raised, educated in muslim countries) who believe that "Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance."
One might think "whats the difference?".
Well, for the 'westernised' muslims, 'peace' and 'tolerance' mean pretty much what any other english speaker would think they mean. For the 'muslim' muslims 'peace' means 'because you are not struggling against the will of God you are at peace' and 'tolerance' means 'tolerate other muslims'.
Theres a massive schism in Islam, its as if there are two completely different religions which occupy the same 'space' but which are completely opposite in many ways.
Many hosting providers around the world are using a ticket system which uses IP based sessions.
Its what I've been seeing. I have a webserver, I go to the webserver and monitor the logs. Noone else is going to that webserver, just me. I click links and I see different IP addresses almost every click. The addresses are obviously from a pool.
When that particular comment was made, the ubiquity of the home router dolling out DHCP addresses probably wasn't considered. Nowadays, you only need one IP address for your home and let the router sort it out.
There's still a problem, but people seem to prefer to adapt and come up with (very) clever workarounds rather than get some new solution shoved down their throat that renders existing equipment obsolete for no good reason.
Not only that but the carriers are also doing NAT so that home router has an RFC1918 address. And the load on the 'carrier grade NAT' is so high that they load balance across several NAT routers. So when you go to a website each link you click might appear to come from a different IP address. Good luck with web apps that use IP based sessions.
After five hundred years, the likelihood that any of the terrorist plots outlined in the Voynich Manuscript have either been carried out or abandoned approaches unity; there's nothing in it that would be useful for extending control over the current population.
Everyone underestimates the Illuminati...
I'm quite certain you won't find many ladies who like being poked in the thigh by a cold, angular piece of metal and glass.
Yeah but the HUD could help the guy find the clitoris...
Since I haven't read the actual paper, I'll give the researchers the benefit of the doubt. But the BBC reporting is terrible. What I got from the story is that a study has demonstrated that this Quantum computer isn't better at everything. Well, duh! Everyone who has even very casually followed Quantum computing knows that they are a new class of computing which can solve a limited set of problems very quickly. I'm really not much wiser after reading this story.
What I got from it is that quantum computing researchers devised some tests for it and that it performed about as well as a desktop computer. I would *imagine* that quantum computing researchers at NASA and Google wouldn't just throw an unsuitable set of tests at it. I *imagine* that they know as much about the D-Wave computer as anyone outside D-Wave know about it and devised tests to, you know, *test* it.
I could be wrong, maybe Google and NASA quantum computing researchers know shit about quantum computing and threw totally unsuitable tests at it.
Prototype engine fails to win Formula One race.
D-Wave machine is hardly a prototype.
It started with video.
Pretty much any new gadget takes off when it's meshed with porn in some way.
Google Glass. A HUD for sex, much needed by geeks?
You actually have some evidence that most purchases are from one-time use wallets?
Also, the money has to go into the wallet somehow. This would mean they would buy the exact amount of bitcoins they needed for that particular transaction and that then goes into the wallet they intend to use for that transaction and then delete the wallet. I think that is too short-term for most bitcoin users. Who in their right mind would buy bitcoins day by day as needed? When the value fluctuates so wildly?
I think its more likely they have a bunch of hoarded bitcoins (that they bought when there was a dip in price), maybe transfer some into a one-use wallet and then use that wallet for the dodgy purpose, being unaware that the wallet this bitcoin was transferred *from* is easily determined.
The potential for mischievous use of the block chain is awesome. Could be a marketers wet dream. Especially as less tech-savvy people start using bitcoins.