Hey, what a coincidence! My company is doing poorly because it's run by incompetent idiots too! Small world, huh?
How did this fly over the head of everyone here? I mean there are features common to all versions of Linux that are confusing because they used methods called in the kernel or they're just simply how the kernel operates. I'm not saying she's worried about memory garbage collection, I mean the default folder structure makes no sense to people for starters. I'm not 100% sure that's an unavoidable kernel feature but you know what I mean.
There's a flaw I see here. When the solar system was formed, chunks of stuff flew around in random directions and collided and there's X chance that one hits Earth. So something comes along and alters the trajectory/orbits of some of this stuff, also randomly. The probability that one hits Earth does not go up. You took something random and made it differently random. For this to be true, the vast majority of matter would regularly have to have magically been specifically not on a trajectory to eventually hit Earth ever. That simply isn't true.
There are certain things in the kernel itself for Linux that my customers have found drastically confusing and I've found difficult to explain. So really I don't think Linux (or computers) are great for old people. Single purpose devices seemed more popular for a bit years ago like e-mail only devices but I don't know what happened to that big market.
Shenzen gets all the credit. For example Toshiba builds most laptops there but they have a secondary factory or assembly facility or storage facility or something in the nearby Chonquing, China. That's pronounced "Chong Ching China" in English. My customers think I'm kidding when I tell them their shipment is still in "Chong Ching China."
Well, the seach was pretty thorough with a lot of investigating but you know...nobody uses phone books anymore lol.
That is almost definitely not true. There is zero solid evidence that he owns or has ever owned bitcoins in large amounts. When people thought he was the founder of silkroad or one of the original protocol/client software designers, that's where most of the rumor started. It sounds like he isn't so he isn't rich.
You can easily assign a dollar amount in benefit from the development or distribution to a foreign company so yes, they definitely should remain banned. As for workers working on the project, that doesn't make a lot of sense until you consider that you're giving them a compilable version of the code to work on and thus a product that can be assigned value.
Don't buy apple products. Is it just me or does everyone get the impression lately that Apple doesn't even have a PR department?
Your oven (probably) doesn't have a security infrastructure that needs to protect your important data.
SECURITY! Obviously. Are you running a 14 year old hardware firewall too?
The author is an idiot and doesn't get what's going on. By default, Cyberoam products do this. They issue their SSL cert to everyone at the company and then intercept all 3rd party ones to check them. They claim their list of revokes certificates is better than your browser's or whatever. I turned the feature off because it broke Activesync and like 8 other things.
Maybe they should get their shit together, build something realistic for the long term, and start selling the electricity then. If I invented a magic device that created gold, I'd probably be selling the gold. Just saying.
There's one flaw in that complaint. The last computer sold with XP that would be unbelievably fast would likely be an early core duo or core 2 duo or Phenom x6 AM2 socket with 8GB of RAM and a sub-100MB/s SATA drive and a gTX285. That system overall is pathetic and wouldn't run Windows 7 very well at all not to mention its insanely inefficient energy usage. Back in reality, most have 1-2GB of RAM, a pathetic hard drive, and an even more pathetic chip, usually a single core. So to say "replace your device" as the most recommended step um yeah. The youngest XP device from a normal manufacturer would be 7 years old right now. Time to go.
You send your funds into a pool or online wallet or exchange account that's one giant mass of coins. Then you withdraw unusual amounts that don't quite add up to the original amount. Once it hits the giant super wallet, it's laundered.