Is this just an upgrade on the standard Breaking Force feature that comes with all current iphone screens. If you are using Android then you may not know about this novel iphone feature. To enable Breaking Force on your iphone you simply touch / drop the device onto a surface. The screen then displays a spider web pattern. You then pay £100 to have it pattern removed and start again.
... hum.. that's all I've got to say about that.
It's my understanding that obese people eat more and therefore produce more poo. Surely this would be easier.
I agree. It's a real shame that people can't work on projects that interest them because they get attacked by other people.
I agree. They have removed the worst part of the underground. Over paid train drivers and their unions!
This is bullshit. The website didn't fail on the 1st day. The website has been working for years. The problem is that it didn't scale perfectly when the load dramatically increased.
That was an amazing video purely to watch someone talk without ever finishing a sentence or pausing for thought. It was like watching a stream of consciousness.
You can date it from the marketing photo. In 2014, no one goes 'WOW' and points at 3D printers anymore.
This article is complete FUD. According to Synology "this issue only affects Synology NAS servers running some older versions of DSM (DSM 4.3-3810 or earlier), by exploiting a security vulnerability that was fixed and patched in December, 2013." Like any operating system - if you don't patch it then you it will be probably be vunerable to hacking. Just upgrade to the lastest version. As you were.
You're not anonymous. You have created a slashdot user and online name for yourself. http://slashdot.org/~Alomex You could have clicked the 'Post Anonymously" button but you didn't. Therefore, if you were breaking the law then it would be possible for the goverment to find you by contacting slashdot and requesting your information.
Could you please explain what govement employee financial records and private lives have to do with freedom of speech? It doesn't. The govement doesn't want to look into people private lives. The internet is fundementally a public space and if you break the law then you should be accountable. I.e. if you bully people online then it should be possible to find and bring you to justice.
I think this is a great idea. Freedom of speech / expression doesn't require anonymity. Everyone seems to forget that we had freedom of speech before the internet and for freedom of speechm to work, you actually need some basic rules of fair play. This protect other basic rights which are required for society of work. I.e. You need to be able to stop people being hateful, terrorising or bullying each other. You also need to stop things which might negatively affect national security, publc safety and basic human right.
randomhacks writes: We are using a Kayako for as our customer service ticket system. It receives incoming email from an email account and creates a ticket. We respond to customers using Kayako and it sends an email response via the smtp server. The problem is that our smtp server went down. It turns out that if Kayako fails to connect to the smtp server, it simply throws an exception and deletes the email. I have spoken to Kayako. They say that this is good design. They say Kayako is not an email client. Personally, I think that Kayako is an email client and it should have an outgoing email queue. They insist that it is a bad design. What do you think?
Makes me proud to be British!
You're right. Channel 4 (UK) Black Mirror - Episode 1: "Martha and Ash are a young couple who move to a remote cottage. The day after the move, Ash is killed, returning the hire van. At the funeral, Martha's friend Sarah tells her about a new service that lets people stay in touch with the deceased. By using all his past online communications and social media profiles, a new 'Ash' can be created. Martha is disgusted by the concept but then in a confused and lonely state she decides to talk to 'him'..." Definitively worth watching.