Thanks for the pointer. I should have read the hacker news linked in TFA as it was not clear to me whether the header was one way or on both ends of the connection.
It is all pretty pathetic especially when you can solve the problem by just giving the boys a photo, a few two fours and new hockey sticks.
I just ran a test in wireshark and could not find that header
Otterbox will solve that problem.
It only took about 16 years of bitching about overlapping poll options but here finally we have one that is nicely distinct! Who said being bought up by Dice was going to be bad for the site?
Oh, wait, no, that's the opposite. LOL.
To way too many people "critical thinking" seems to just mean criticizing the establishment just because it's the establishment.
At a HD I asked for something that I couldn't find and the employee said it was online only. I checked it with my phone and compared to Amazon. Right there in their store I ordered if from Amazon due to lower price. If HD is charging mobile users more, I suspect I'm not the only shopper who takes a few seconds to compare elsewhere.
You do realize that people aren't, you know, actually, like, supposed to be able to support themselves with the lowest-paid jobs in the country? These are the kind of jobs that used to be done by kids still living at home, not those who expected to make a career and raise a family by saying 'Do you want fries with that?' a thousand times a day?
But with today's fucked economy, that's the only type of job many adults with kids, rent and car payments can find.
Our society has deep structural problems relating to automation that have been ignored for forty years and those chickens are coming home to roost. One of those major problems is that we've given preferential tax treatment to capital gains over income (labor).
We can either have egalitarian democratic society, or we can be like Mexico. I hope the walls on your gated community are high enough and you pay your private security contractors enough not to steal from you.
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Instead, we spent a LOT of time redesigning our stuff to prevent anyone from (reasonably) being able to do that again.
Any pointers you care to share? Or would that be proprietary IP?
Hardware drivers routinely are shitty.
If you design hardware, what's your stance on this? Will you continue to integrate FTDI chips into your products? What alternatives are available to replace their functionality?
The risk factor is non-zero regardless of what procedures are followed. Even if ebola is not generally transmissible by air it's not quite against the laws of nature for the virus to find itself in some liquid drop which just happens to follow the right air currents in the right time frame to get taken up in an orifice etc. Then there's the possiblity of tears and defects in protective equipment, etc. The fact he spent so much time near ebola patients may have turned a one in a million risk to a one in a thousand or one in a hundred and from there it was bad luck. Of course, he might have botched it, too, but realistically if someone is spending all of their time around carriers of the disease they should be considered at risk of contracting it whether they're being clever about it or not.
Nope, there's no wage requirement on the L's, only for the H's. But there is a requirement that the employee work for the company at least a year before getting an L. Yet the IBM office wanted to send me right away on one.