Would be rad if someone leaked this, then we could all take a peek instead of just The Watchers.
As a bonus, if you link to jQuery using the code.jquery.com URL, people's browsers will likely have it cached.
1) NoScript users hate you
2) You are now depending on another site's availability for your site to function
3) I'm sure jquery.com or google.com or whoever is hosting your 3rd party script(s) loves your traffic information
I do agree that you should always specify an exact version of jQuery. Never use jquery.latest in place of jquery.1.2.3.
I hope you're only making coffee 6-8 times a day for yourself and not "experimenting" with the break room coffee.
And if you are making it only for yourself... that might be too much caffeine. How do you sleep at night?
You need 'tcptraceroute' (and root). Usually exits most firewalls that allow port 80 out.
See comment to your original post: http://ask.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=3575755&cid=43283631
Software raid via mdadm is a good option. Setup a raid 1 or 1+0 md device for your two disks. E.g.
I tend to partition and max out the available space on every drive, so LVM is an unnecessary layer for me.
You still need backup for file corruption, accidental deletion, or when both drives fail at the same time.
Slashcode needs to fix the sig.
It'd be more awesome if the post was funny. +2 for style! The bolding, italicizing, and font changes are all spot-on, but the content is difficult to parse.
And I was looking forward to a good APK troll... and now sadly disappointed.
But do you have any open ports on your router?
From the paper:
420 Million pingable IPs + 36 Million more that had one or more ports open
Your router may be counted in the 36 million non-pingable but still had an open port.
Exactly. I assume most adult readers are aware of the heavy Christian influence in CS Lewis works.
When you're a kid reading books, it's easy to overlook symbolism to enjoy the story.
Orson Scott Card is also Mormon. Some of his beliefs are pretty clear after the first book of the Ender's series.
1999 called, they want their multiple windows back.
I don't see anything in the Chrome store that's even close to TabKit vertical tabs.
"Tabs Outliner" for Chrome is only a step up from "Side Tabs"... the tab bar is still horizontal and over crowded, and now I need to manage another window to focus when switching applications. It's decent, but needs to be in the same window as the browser and replace the existing tabs.
And, they've had side tabs for many years, with thumbnails too.
I don't understand how anyone uses Chrome (and variants) for Real(TM) web browsing. TabKit+ on Firefox seems to be the only power-browsing tool.