Look here at the compiler settings. The x86 processors are somewhat hampered by non-optimal settings. For example the i3 5010U is set to -mtune=generic. In my experience, that's basically going to default to AMD K8 optimization with no AVX/AVX2 support. The better option would be using -mtune=native or better yet -march=native, which would detect the CPU and produce a more optimized binary.
Correct social mistakes in a clear, calm, direct manner. Hints do not work
Or maybe just guys in relationshipsv
only to have to turn them down after being offered the job because they weren't paying a decent wage for the job at hand
I thought the trend now days was for you to indicate how much you were willing to work for when you applied for the job (complete with salary history of your previous jobs), and hope that you were within the acceptable range.
A lot of security exploits could fit within a tweet, but I've never seen that comparison before.
With all the personal data being stolen every which way, there is so much free credit monitoring being offered to consumers by companies that if you haven't already been offered some, then you must live in a cave and not need any.
This would be posted when Slashdot was still news for nerds:
"I wonder what a Beowulf cluster of these could do.."
Why don't you ask Natalie Portman why things have gone down hill? I'm sure you can get her comment before her breakfast of hot grits. But just be prepared for an answer that welcomes the new overlords.
The sad thing is that Netcraft will now finally be able to confirm what is going on, to the point that not even an insensitive clod in Soviet Russia will be spared any feelings. Now if you will excuse me, I need to change the onion on my belt.
So about $450 million over the last 10 years opposed to how much spent in Afghanistan and Iraq over the same period? \
There was some statistic a few years ago about how the cost of air-conditioning for the troops in Afghanistan and the Middle East exceed NASA's budget.
like unicode support and ipv6.
4) You were traveling at normal speed with no visible traffic in front of you, crested a hill and then ran into the traffic that was stopped just over the crest of the hill.
This happened to me once, I had stopped behind the car in front of me (in a line of stopped traffic extending down the hill for about 1km), two cars had stopped behind me. A third car came over the hill, impacted into the last car which shunted into the car behind me, who shunted into my car with enough force that my car was put off the road with a broken rear axle. Fortunately I had stopped with enough room that I wasn't shunted into the car in front of me. This also occurred just after dusk, and a light rain was falling, so it was the worst of all possible conditions.
The paper “All Your Biases Belong To Us: Breaking RC4 in WPA-TKIP and TLS,” written by Mathy Vanhoef and Frank Piessens, explains the discovery of new biases in the algorithm that led to attacks breaking encryption on websites running TLS with RC4, as well as the WPA-TKIP, the Wi-Fi Protected Access Temporal Key Integrity Protocol.
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D'oh moment. The text of the quote is in TFA, but there is no attribution that it was Stallman who said it.
While I am not 100% in agreement with Stallman all the time (EG I am vehemently against toe cheese), where the hell did the quote from him in the TFS originate? It is not in TFA.