That's to squeeze all the blood out of his brain. Blood is a sign of indoctrination into oxygen-dependency.
I think GP mistook the Rafale for an Italian painter who lived in the sewers of NYC with a giant talking rat.
People want convenience and security concurrently. We know from our efforts at securing physical systems that this isn't possible. What makes you think securing electronic systems will be any easier for the end user, especially since physical harm is not a deterrent to an intruder?
To always be on our guard, to never take things for granted, to not trust even what seems like the most fundamental methods of communication, these are not things the (normal) human brain is wired for. Yet, that's what's required of security in the digital age. This just isn't something humans are evolutionarily prepared for. Our brains are wired to trust. They are made to accept others at their word. That is the mentality of a normal person.
Many years ago, people were tricked by door-to-door con jobs. Today, the same con men can hit every door in the world all at once. The only way to win is to not play. Or, in some cases, play with very low, inconsequential stakes.
It'll be fun
Famous last words.
Oh, it's going to be incredibly game-changing. People are going to stop buying the machines. Take that, game!
NASA officials are not planning on resuming non-urgent spacewalks before addressing all 16 of the highest priority suggestions from the Mishap Investigation Board.
According to J, a member of the MIB, those spacesuits are old and busted.
Because in terms of geeky, nerdy topics of discourse, Tesla Model S pretty much is the perfect trifecta: environmentally clean, advanced (computer) technology, and cars. The only thing that's anywhere near as close is Google's autonomous car, but that only hits two of the three, and doesn't have nearly as much going on around it as the Model S currently does.
Oh yeah, Tesla is also something of an underdog, taking on Big Auto and Big Oil at the same time.
Sorry, with HTML5, CSS3, other incomplete standards, and partial and vendor-specific implementations out there in the wild, the WWW is going this way as well. It's just must slower because most sites are still on HTML4 or at least have a HTML4 fallback.
Hell, even text formats suffer from this same sort of fracturing (especially when it comes to international support). At least Unicode seems to have resolved this going forward.
Firefox OS is not going to solve this problem, especially not in the mobile space but also not on the desktop either. It's just going to add to it.
But this time it's different.
Famous last words.
If they wanted sound, they would've outsourced the production to Michael Bay.
Give a man a fish, and he is full for a day. Teach a man to fish and he is full for the rest of his life. If he's too lazy to catch his own fish after learning how to, then he can starve.
The IT department didn't forget. The higher ups never knew, never bothered to find out, and never was interested in the answer anyway.
Sure somebody there could explain it, but if nobody actually poses the question, there will be no answers from which to choose the best explanation, leaving this presumption to remain in the realm of conjecture only.