This. Pilot G2 ultrafine (.38) are fantastic! Very narrow tip, tough, gel ink so no blobbing, instant drying. Very nice.
The idea is to work extra, save money, and use that to buy even more free time down the road (early retirement, for example).
But most people forget the saving part, and spend it as soon as they earn it, and wonder why they feel poor on $150,000 per year.
Almost sounds like a moon.
... with a nice and warm Klemperer rosette in the center...
Any Klemperer rosettes?
Don't forget to put on a Trojan before heading into the rosette...
To this day I still sleep like a baby through the night. Unless, of course, I'm interrupted by the sounds of somebody else stumbling their way to the bathroom.
... or by that nice feeling of wet pajamas rubbing against your skin reminding you that sometimes it's really better to go
Or most of their online customers go directly to JCPenney's rather than searching for a source of doodads or widgets?
In the end, google might have done JCPenney's a favor by showing them how little business their SEO games actually brought, and that this is an expense they can well do without...
The MPAA is sure getting aggressive against torrent users!
That was not a torrent, that was a whooping big ocean!
None when searching for "O'Neil"
That's expected. The single quote between the O and the N crashes the search database...
Would it matter where the data was heading at the time?
Sure it does. We (supposedly) live in a fair country where everyone has right to due process.
The point is that the user was doing data transmission with her phone when her hands should have been on the wheel.
Or maybe, she did indeed have a fancy client that was buffering her update while she was sitting in an area with poor reception, and automatically sending the buffered data when reception was better (i.e. seconds before the accident).
granting members of the jury pool free access to the court's wi-fi network in exchange for temporarily "friending" his office
Or, more easily, just offer the entire jury pool free access to the court's wi-fi network, and then firesheep their accounts...
Which is why I always close my browser after a banking session.
Which is why I always use a secure OS and a secure browser to do my online banking.
If you use Internet Explorer on Windows, "closing" your browser is not enough. Internet Explorer is part of the OS, and keeps on running in the background even if no window of it is showing.
Hence the suggestion that after using online banking, you close the browser not just log out of the session. Or would this not help with this malware?
This trojan only target windiots, Slashdot users intelligent enough to use Firefox should be safe.
For those who do use Internet Explorer: when you close it, it's not really closed; it's part of the OS after all! In order to really "close" Internet Explorer, you'd need to shut down your computer.