At least they didn't give you the "I don't care, you still have to register" bureaucratic BS.
Won't be there. Boris and Natasha were Potsylvanian, not Russian.
Nope. That was Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie.
Sure they can. They can license it out for this particular statue. Once it's licensed, there's no dilution.
And yes, I know 24 is fictional (and *bad* fiction, when it comes to tech)
Funny.... But I actually complained about that when they did it on 24 with the "magic ATC hacking box". Pilots aren't robots, if they see they're about to collide, they'll avoid it. Now there's another mechanism for the 3vil h4xx0rz to use.
But seriously. What happens when the video crashes (I guess the plane will, too), or gets hacked (and don't give me any bullshit about "airgapped")?
I actually did some minor volunteer work for the Anderson campaign in '80. He ran as an Independent, not as a Libertarian.
For all intents and purposes, "all intensive purposes" is illiterate. Which begs the question, "is anyone literate enough to notice, much less care?
On the plus side, though, they did give us Terrence and Phillip.
I seem to recall that someone did a FOSS port of KQ IV for Windows.
Every time one of them opens his/her mouth.
T-Mobile has a pay-as-you go SIM. I think AT&T does, too.
T-Mobile's is cheaper, but they have coverage issues (may not be a problem, depending on where you go).
See also this story.
The main problem I have with Eclipse is its insistence on putting absolute paths into
Makes it difficult to clone a project, or have it in source control.
Back in '83, a friend challenged me to remove a file name "-rf *, without causing collateral damage.
Now that would be great! Kind of like the way that RMS turned copyright against itself with the GPL