Ha! In the real world we'd end up with the Nutrimatics Drinks Dispenser.
Wow that one went right over your head.
I was pointing out (via parody) the absurdity of his argument for cats being smarter than dogs based on numbers of neurons.
And the "appear smarter" bit was also a pre-emptive dig at all the sexist geeks likely to take it at face value.
So does that mean (from your link) that men are 21% smarter than women? And women just appear smarter because they're pack animals?
Are you a Muslim? Has the US replaced the Constitution with Sharia law? If the answer is No and No, then Bin Laden didn't win, or anything thing close to it. His demand was the US convert to Islam and implement Sharia law.
Got any references for that?
My understanding is that he definitely wanted the Muslim world converted to Sharia law. But his original goals for the US (and the west) were to get foreign troops out of Saudi Arabia, to end support for Israel, and for an end to western support/involvement/activity in Muslim countries (presumably to not get in the way of their goal of converting the Muslim world).
Later on the strategy expanded to include causing the US economy to collapse by provoking them into more wars of attrition by invading/occupying new countries. That economic damage strategy was kinda working for a while. But the US got tired of playing along with it long before the economy would've collapsed. The financial crisis ended up hurting the economy far more anyway.
But I've never heard any reliable source for the claim that he aimed to covert the US to Sharia and Americans to Islam (no doubt he obviously would've been happy with that though). I've only ever heard it from the "they hate us for our freedom" crowd.
I'm not just arguing for the sake of it, I'm genuinely interested in anything you have to back it up.
Confusion on this point is potentially dangerous, and frankly stupid.
I look forward to you clarifying it for me then...
Printing also gives you the advantage of having backups that you can walk out of the building with and not set off any alarms, since many tightly-regulated companies lock down the use of USB sticks, external hard disks, and etc. (my last employer -- a web-banking software house-- would literally fire you on the spot if you got caught using a geek stick or external drive on their desk/laptop equipment or servers - at least if you do it w/o prior written manager authorization and only on authorized devices.)
I don't think the company in question here cares enough about security for this to be a problem.
I tend to be the opposite. I avoid live albums because I don't really care how good the band really is. I only care how good the music is when it gets to me.
I generally feel the same about live albums. But Live after Death is one of the rare exceptions for me. And I'm not exactly an Iron Maiden fan to begin with
Were you aware of Paver? http://paver.github.io/paver/
The names could get a little confusing as pave is also a Python project in nearly the same space.
You'd have to like using tiling wms though.
Don't know about forth, but Xmonad uses haskell. Yet again, you'd need to like using tiling wms though
Is that you Maurice?
I have a Bambleweeny 57 Submeson Brain, an atomic vector plotter and a nice hot cup of tea.
And I-ran (so far away) is investigating that for enhancing their anti drone program.
Not enough irony or recursion for Slashdot. How about "Imagine a beowulf cluster of these"?
Chrome has (or at least had last time I looked) an 'enterprise' download that could be managed via Group Policy and do updates on a centralised schedule.
OK OK you got me... I completely retract my claim 100%. I was just talking "drivel".
Now to show you're not really just a troll and actually are a PHP fanboy*, why don't you tell us why you think PHP is at least as good as other popular languages.
* Having never met one before (even at well attended PHP user group meetings), I didn't realise PHP fanboys even existed.
If you really are a fanboy, what are the good or even great things about PHP? What attracts you to it? Is it the internal consistency? The elegant expressive syntax? The well thought out standard library? Is it the lack of regressions? The joy of php.ini differences? The open way new features are designed and ironed out? The awesome capabilities of the core development and security teams? The package management?
Or to stay on topic you could educate us plebs as to how other popular languages are equivalent to PHP in respect to how the language itself affects security. That should be easy - after all you get to pick which of the other popular languages you can compare it to.
Some actual reasoning other than "nuh uh" or "is not" would be nice for a change. Show me you weren't just trolling...