They'll notice the same way they find out about other hidden income. Bank activity and assets in your possession.
True, but kernel deficiencies cannot be fixed that way.
Agreed. If the chinese are going to the moon you can expect them to stay there permanently, claim ownership, and begin sending back resources (rare-earth metals necessary for many manufactured goods).
Science is a process, not a field of study or a result.
That process can be applied to anything where you want to find a fact.
You don't really think the majority of the funds in your bank account sit in a random bank vault do you?
Of course you don't need DRM. You don't produce content with value.
Producers of content with value want DRM.
FinCEN and FINTRAC has been around for a long time and tracks most large transactions in any monetary form. Lawyers, bankers, and even folks like real-estate agents are reporting entities.
I don't see why this is a problem for me using a credit card.
Credit card companies (well, retailers) take on the risk of fraud themselves. When you see a charge you didn't make, you call up Mastercard and let them know. A few days and an affidavit later and the charges are reversed.
If this was a bank issuing a debit card I would be concerned. Getting debit charges reversed is nearly impossible IME.
MongoDB makes a great caching layer.
Write your data to Pg into a permanent data-store. Use a trigger to push the data into MongoDB (foreign data wrapper).
Enjoy the query benefits of Mongo and the reliability of Pg with the caveat that you need to occasionally rebuild your cache (MongoDB copy).
The fibre backhaul between data-centers being cut is a better analogy.
Sections of power plants (most have multiple generators, etc.) are taken offline frequently for maintenance.
The group has no revenue, they rely on donations to function and everything they make is given away for free
Prove it. Show me the paperwork.
That is the core of the issue. X.org is required to submit proof of this belief on an annual basis to IRS. They didn't do that.
Democratic countries only. Most of the communist ones, including those that went through financial difficulties in the 80's/90's are in pretty good shape debt wise.
Few few people ate dozens of kilograms of honey per year.
The quantity of HFCS in a typical modern diet is rather large.
Not an admin but this is what I would consider doing with management backing.
Install a pair of SSH relay servers with full logging of everything going in/out of it to a write only filesystem. Configure production boxes to only accept connections via this relay server.
There are good reasons to have a full audit of everything admins do; and suddenly you know absolutely everything the admins are doing today.
If a ticket is closed and the process isn't documented, give your technical writer the log snippet so they can document the process.
Either you've got 2 weeks worth of work fully documented or evidence that the previous guy wasn't working.
The time server isn't even the hard part.
They also don't want to dynamically generate the page for every hit and likely pre-generate and/or cache large chunks of it; probably even in the clients webbrowser.
So now you're implementing some kind of AJAX request system to pull the time when the page loads, with all of the tricks you mention, and that requires significant testing.
They need to try a large number of phone browsers, tablet browsers, and desktop browsers in a number of different time zones and connectivity scenarios (spotty/lagged connections).
Not easy at all to do well.