So, are they going to give their chips porn names? Piledriver? Someone needs to clue these guys in... Just calling your stuff by construction equipment names doesn't make it cool. I'm a Mac user, and I still hate the fact Apple has latched onto this "let's call our products by their code names" crap. Guess I should look forward to the days of AMD's Cleveland Steamer processors.
That this might get some in the nerd crowd to stop falling over themselves saying how great Ron Paul is. He's nuts, like the rest of them, just a different flavor of nuts. He's useful for encouraging discussion. Beyond that...
"KILL THE PRIME MINISTER OF MALAYSIA!"
Look forward to our new talking parrot overlords.
this isn't a radical concept... I've done it for years. It's called "zero inbox". If you're a Sys Admin, I highly recommend this book: http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596007836 It covers the idea, and it's where I picked it up.
yeah, this seems like a pretty ignorant post. Thunderbolt is not Apple (It's almost entirely Intel). It's not them trying to undermine USB3 (which is also largely Intel). And new tech is always slow to start. Who writes this crap?
yes, their definition of cheese is horrible. Cheese: http://wiki.teamliquid.net/starcraft/Talk:Cheese Though, the Korean origin is dubious at best. This is a long standing gaming term meaning to break the normal flow of the game by doing something "cheesy". =P
My home server is running Cacti querying my Airport Extreme basestation/router. It might be a bit much for the average user, so another option would be to find a Linksys or other type router that you can run Tomato on. It'll do this type of thing.
Almost all of them I can get in digital form anyway, so MOST of them I glance at, then promptly shred. The ones I can't get digitally, I file in a file cabinet as I don't have a good way to digitize them at home (I could do it at work, but it's not that big a deal). How many do I actually file per year? maybe a dozen. Most of them are tax related. All the actual statements for credit cards, etc can all be retrieved digitally from the company.
Or there's thorium. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thorium#Thorium_as_a_nuclear_fuel Just because Gates is behind something doesn't mean it's a good idea. Pretty sure Gates started out liking "Clippy" too.
How about "Tai One, Calculus Zero". Get it? Tai-one? *sigh*
Maybe I'm missing something, but at least on the Mac, Apple/MS/Google all install plugins in
/Library/Internet Plug-Ins. These work for Safari, Firefox, and I believe Opera. If Mozilla thinks this is evil, then they could just ignore plugins in that directory... but that would be a huge step backward in usability on their part.
Come on Mozilla... stop coming out once a month or two and saying something dumb. "Stop being dumb!".
I've still yet to see any open source alternative though. I mean, there are projects, but it seems they haven't actually developed anything to show and say "this could be an alternative, and it's secure!". It's a chicken and the egg, but counties aren't going to throw away their contracted, and expensive voting machines until there's a real alternative that they can actually know will be available next voting cycle. It's a crappy situation, but complaining it hasn't happened yet is not productive. Talk to your Senator, Congressman, etc. Except, of course, if they LIKE unverifiable voting. Then, umm, call your AG or THE National AG.