So what do you think about fitting power brakes to a MG TD?
Superinjunctions and libel tourism seem to say otherwise.
There some more of us out here in Seattle. My wife has a smaller ID than I do, and I know a few more folks with lower ID numbers than mine in Seattle and the environs.
Not quite sure if I'm going to be able to make it to SLU next weekend though, have to spend a week out of town shortly after.
Only one form of spicy is wrong. Take the noodles I had for lunch, which had a diced serrano, a fat pinch of smoked jalapeno powder, and two squirts of chili oil in 'em.
Or my standard scrambled egg recipe, which stars white and black pepper, chipotle peppers (roughly chopped), and habanero peppers (finely chopped). Toss them on a plate with hash browns, add salt and tabasco. Mmmmmm!
Clarkson and May were both automotive print journalists and reviewers/presenters on the old, more serious 'Top Gear', and Hammond was a professional radio and TV host, including a stint on 'Motor Week'.
In addition, they're all giant children.
So yes, they're all experts at what they do; Talk about cars and act like children on television.
I saw a lot of that at one job, though I can't blame HR or management. I know IT was being CC'd on firings/layoffs/etc, they just never did anything about it.
One employee quit to pursue a college degree. When he returned three years later, his uid/pass still worked. Another, a friend of mine, supplied me with his user/pass on the way to retirement; It worked five years later, and probably still works now, ten years on.
Hmm. Maybe you're right. I looked around for some numbers, and it looks like it took Microsoft nearly three years to take 20% with Vista. Win7 is currently at 19% after only one year.
They've seen the horrible uptake numbers from Vista continue with Windows 7.
Step 1. Convince everyone to get behind the idea of black-holing insecure or infected machines.
Step 2. End support for all versions of Windows other than the current.
Step 3. Wait for a new remote vulnerability in older versions.
Step 4. Refuse to patch the issue.
Step 5. Profit as everyone either has to buy a new PC or a newer operating system to access the internet.
Just think about it. Something like two thirds of machines running a Microsoft operating system are still running the end-of-life Windows XP.
A friend of mine who taught at a community college actually did this back in the mid 90s. He took a copy of Nowhere Man's Virus Creation Lab and tossed together a couple annoying but non-destructive viruses and infected a few stand alone machines for the students to play with.
You can probably still find VCL out there, or a more modern DIY virus kit. Though with the new ones, I'm not sure I would trust they don't have any hidden functionality.
Why not just get him an antique? Kiddo can't hose the OS install on a Apple II or a Commodore 64, and they're pretty indestructible.
At $20-40 on eBay, they're cheap too.
3. Map Editor. The Game includes a program that allows you to create custom levels, maps, scenarios
or other materials for use in connection with the Game (the “Map Editor”). The following terms are specific to the Map Editor:
a. Map Content. You understand that the content required to create or modify STARCRAFT® II
Modified Maps (as defined below) is included in the STARCRAFT® II game client, and that all
such content is owned by Blizzard and governed by this Agreement. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND
AGREE THAT ALL MAPS, LEVELS AND OTHER CONTENT CREATED OR MODIFIED USING THE MAP
EDITOR (COLLECTIVELY, “MODIFIED MAPS”) ARE AND SHALL REMAIN THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE
PROPERTY OF BLIZZARD. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, YOU HERE BY ASSIGN TO
BLIZZARD ALL OF YOUR RIGHTS, TITLE AND INTEREST IN AND TO ALL MODIFIED MAPS, AND
AGREE THAT YOU WILL EXECUTE FUTURE ASSIGNMENTS PROMPTLY UPON RECEIVING SUCH
A REQUEST FROM BLIZZARD.
Prior Blizzard games like Warcraft III had EULA provisions that prohibited selling maps created with their editor, but the copyright remained with the map maker. Now? Anyone who creates a new, popular mod like DotA with the Starcraft II editor will have no rights to their own creation."
OpenDNS offers a way to remind your boss about the holiday, while another blogger shares war stories. The startup Ksplice created an homage to these heroes... in the style of Choose Your Own Adventure.
How are you celebrating Sysadmin Day?"
Link to Original Source
Well, it *was* identical spec when new. The case has been missing since the late '90's, the 8088 is now a NEC V20, the clock speed is now ~17MHz, and the parallel port has a resistor based DAC free-soldered onto it, but it still runs. I use a single density 3 1/2 floppy to boot FreeDOS and then run a terminal emulator, though it has also run Minix, Xenix and Linux over the years.
If you have trouble getting FreeDOS to run, I still have the original EPSON DOS disk images somewhere.