I think china tried both prohibition and non-prohibition, sometime back. The latter didn't work out so well for them.
Try putting a load balancer (Cisco ACE, Citrix NetScaler) on a virtual IP and load balancing the UDP packets across several nodes behind the balancer.
No, I don't think so. RMS worked at MIT for over a decade.
" Very useful! "
- Mr. McAfee and friends
Planes and runways have lights.
The aim here is a baby step towards language-agnostic reuse of code developed over decades at great collective effort.
My thoughts so far: the only code suitable for exposure are functions and methods that accept and return basic types (int, char, string) — or data structures or objects made up purely of basic types. Introspection/reflection capabilities in a language — including the ability to examine method signatures — are important. Languages like Perl (whose subroutine parameters passed in the @_ array, but without formal subroutine signatures) are a bit of a puzzle."
You know Russell Peters is a comedian, right?
True. He may not even be able to.
No, read it as....
"Normally, stiffness and strength declines with the [decline in] density of any [single] material;"
"that's why when bone density decreases, fractures become more likely."
The IRS probably still has Exchange server logs with message-IDs, recipients, timestamps and message sizes.
Some mail recipients may still have copies of the 'lost' emails filed away -- either emails themselves, or portions forwarded, replied to, or otherwise quoted in some manner. Server logs will make this known.
... Its a covert transmission channel, not an attack...
A camera pointed at a computer monitor slowly shifts its average hue (a la 'f.lux') is another such example.
Thanks - I suspected that this was the case, but wasn't sure.
Location tracking stays turned off in my iOS device. A nuisance when you want a quick look at the streetmap of the area you're in.
I suspect this entire ploy is so that iBeacons can be marketed more effectively.
Correct. The only difference is that they don't like to share...