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"In its long evolution, Windows has grown so complicated that it is harder to secure. Well these images make the point very well. Both images are a complete map of the system calls that occur when a web server serves up a single page of html with a single picture.
I saw a link offering Google Checkout.
For a change I decided to read the terms and conditions.
I got bored after a few minutes and started to skim through them, it got interesting after section 25:
Template document, strange language or hidden code, you tell me !
To this day I'm still filled with tons of false positives most which I have adapted to b/c my routes around the city are often repeated. So my question was why not be able to mark false positives by pressing a button, the unit tracks the coordinates and the next time knows to not alert you when you're close to those coordinates. This obviously could be expanded by changing sensitivity as you're moving faster as well (along with volume and alertness). Lastly I thought it would be even better if you could share this data with other radar detector owners by uploading the information to a portal.
Today something similar was released (minus the portal and data sharing part). I know some laws apply to some states, but most allow radar detectors.
Escort released this..