Prolexic has a cool approach, you proxy your site through them (either web proxy or they can annouce BGP routes for you) and they have massive datacenters that do nothing but scrub packets for you.
The downside is their service is very very expensive ($60k+ a year)
Political discussion is an activity for fools. It's like arguing which brand of anal lube or who's servant of satan is better
Not all personal lubricants are the same, silcon based are more effective in the short run but have the nasty side effect of hanging around for days. Water-based lubes are easier to wash off but need to be re-applied more frequently.
Even in thoose categories, the lubes widely differ beteween manufacturers, some are too viscous, others are too thin..
So I must wholeheartedly disagree that putting thought into your choice of anal lubricant is a fool's task.
2. The current licensing in the kernel makes that impossible
The current licensing by Nvidia makes that impossible... It takes two to tango.
Lots of people don't realize anyone can be a bone marrow donor..
Apparently not me (They don't allow gay people to donate - even if I am HIV-)
-rw-r--r-- 1 xxxxx staff 85260 Apr 30 10:28 jquery-1.5.1.min.js
If you're building any sort of complicated website these days, you will use alot of jQuery.. Do you really want to go write a custom ajax handler? why bother..
Plus, using jQuery allows you to leverage tons of other pre-written libraries which were all written on top of jQuery and will avoid alot of cross-browser bugs and repeated code..
Because looking at code littered with var e = document.getElementById('stuff'); is just so much more elegant and non-shit-looking than $('#stuff')..
2. Ruby: You go to war with the webserver they give you, not the one you want.
Huh? WebBrick is really only meant for development use.. You can hook any web server up to rails easily. For apache, just gem install passenger...
- 1. gem install passenger
- 2. Point the apache vhost to the public directory.
- 3. Restart apache..
There ya go, fine tune passenger to your hearts content...