Are you sure this is an original Apple computer? It doesn't have any rounded corners.
SSH is for securely connecting to SSH servers. It's not useful, and certainly not "secure", for low level debugging of TCP connections.
Were you listening to your iPod? Because you missed the loud whooshing sound.
But the foundries will still be in the USA; only the ownership is changing. They aren't making Essex Junction a part of Abu Dhabi.
The main complaint seems to be this: "GlobalFoundries, a U.S.-based firm owned by investors in Abu Dhabi". But: IBM itself is a US-based firm owned by investors in many different countries, including Abu Dhabi, Iraq, Iran, Syria, and many others. Does that make IBM less trustworthy?
I use telnet plenty great for connecting to a tcp port and debugging.
SSH be plenty greater for connecting to TCP ports and not security problem.
They didn't buy the company. They bought some of its divisions and IP.
They bought the phone division...... you mean there were other divisions of Nokia?
It's not exactly the name recognition, it's the name's reputation.
Nokia: well recognized, well liked brand with positive reception everywhere.
Microsoft: well recognized, universally hated brand, regular finalist in "most hated company" competitions.
Marketing 101 says: they chose the wrong name.
Why should the government be the main source for recall information? Shouldn't that come from the manufacturer/importer?
Pass a law saying car companies must have recall information easily accessible on the web. The extra cost for the companies (which have large splashy advertising sites already, backed by a decent server infrastructure) will be next to nothing. However, this will save the government money; they can just put up a static page with pointers to the individual manufacturer's sites.
Wait, you're saying that creating an account on Facebook with a fake identity is a crime???
Excuse me a sec, I'll be right back, need to, uh, delete a few things......
Agile and waterfall are *management* methods. Code quality is a function of *developers*.
If you want quality code, stop pissing off your developers, and choose the least intrusive management method, so people can do their work.
Do you mean to imply that chip manufacturers have started to lie on their spec sheets? Really? That's a new one; in the past they've been 100% accurate.
please please please kill Notes.
Lotus 1-2-3: universally loved, ground breaking program: killed off.
Lotus Notes: universally hated me-too program: still survives.
You should be able to install 1000 programs, uninstall them all, and your system should be identical to what it was before. Anything else is a failure.
The very existence of the registry is wrong. Operating systems like Unix, Linux, MacOS, Solaris, etc. don't have a registry, and don't have any significant "OS Decay".
List of transformative, disruptive, game-changing, paradigm-shifting technologies that have changed education forever:
9) Eight-Track Tape Recorders
I hesitate to ask what sort of an education you got that involved eight track tapes..... did it also involve the back seat of a 1970 Camaro?
Why does the classroom of the future need to be VR?
So that your teacher can be a smokin' hot babe? In every single class?
So two stations that were previously using 6 MHz bandwidth each, will now share one channel, presumably using 3 MHz each.... and so each will have a 50% drop in picture quality. How is this a good thing for the consumer?