Yeah, it was definitely snark. I've got a Harmony remote, and the AppleTV remote sits in the cabinet with the other random TV related stuff.
Or, you can torrent it for free!
No one sees any reason to pay for the beautiful Apple gear in a server room. Plus, I'm not sure that OSX is really server grade at this point.
You mean you can't find the remote app on your iphone?
I'd rather have a Rat-Thing myself
No, aim to kill. You don't want to leave the criminal as a witness.
And if they use a diamond saw or cutting torch or plasma cutter?
Where has this idea that Databases can't scale come from?
the CAP theorem
Consistency, Availability, Partition-Resistance. Choose any two.
Interesting. You included Social Security in the expenses, and divide the time range up in 'before SS' and 'after SS'
Also, look at health and life expectancy before 1930. Now realize that huge amounts of the federal budget is SS & Medical (Medicare & Medicaid). If we didn't care about the indigent old, or the fact that national health insurance is more efficient (see what we spend on medical vs other advanced countries and the outcomes), and we didn't feel the need to be the world's police and paid down our debt, we could probably get back to ~4-5%...
Anarchy is something you could use to describe what happens on the floor of a rainforest, or between the bacteria in your gut. I'd rather not live in a society like that. It's not just human nature, it's evolved nature due to limited resources and game theory.
Did you not see Star Trek? The voyagers will come back!
Not if you flash the bios, or just put it in developer mode (at least that was true of the older chromeboxes)
SSL to their servers prevents tampering in-route. Now they could have used their own wire protocol to ensure the data wasn't altered on the way, but why reinvent the wheel?
Oh hell no, don't run BIND. Run something that isn't full of suck and security holes.
Learn about terminal servers: http://blog.philippklaus.de/20...
Serial ports have been gatewayed to telnet for years.