In the end, the professor, after writing thousands of words, comes to no conclusion. In other words, what a waste of time. Additional new code will take more cycles to run. Gee, what a simple explanation.
Are you that stupid, or do you just play one on the Internet? This issue has been debated endlessly and there are lots of nice graphs and diagrams, even here on
No, it is not the assertion - what Level3 has pointed out is that in the peering hostel, there is sufficient capacity but Verizon refuses to use it. That is the place where Netflix's ISP and Your ISP (Verizon) meets, to pass traffic to each other.
the point is netflix is trying to increase costs on their business partners who will then have to increase prices of their customers. customers will hate the ISP but like netflix.
No. The traffic goes like this:
Business/Service Their ISP Your ISP You
It doesn't matter who the business is. The issue is the interconnect between their ISP and your ISP.
Your ISP shouldn't be able to blackmail a Business into paying them, like Comcast did. In that case, Comcast blackmailed NetFlix into peering with them. This turns the above diagram into:
NetFlix Netflix's ISP/Your ISP You
Because you said so...? People have been using full disk encryption on normal drives for a very long time now without too much complains for most workloads. Something designed specifically for full disk encryption should have less of an impact.
You need an app for that?
Since when do you have to plug your iphone in to turn off find my iphone? Not in iOS 6, 7 or 8.
Try watching where your iOS devices connect to when you send an iMessage. Or use Photostream.
a 2Ghz cpu emulating a 1Mhz cpu with amazing accuracy doesn't mean a 2Ghz cpu can emulate a 2Ghz cpu with amazing accuracy.
Considering that FIPS is a USA abortion and OpenBSD is Canadian, eh...
The word you are looking for is "abomination".
The OpenBSD group does a number of things. LibreSSL is one of them. They ask for donations to the general fund. If you like, you donate. If you don't, don't donate. OpenBSD runs a lean organization. Everything they do is open sourced and standards driven. And they make it _portable_ correctly.
If you have an axe to grind against them for forking a piece of shit code, take it and shove it.
Donations are appreciated: http://www.openbsdfoundation.o...
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Because emulators do not properly emulate some issues. Keep in mind, most of the time the host is... x86, but the end point being emulated is ARM.
Why does it take this much effort to explain to idiots why this is a bad idea?
Are you really equating giving your work address and your home address out as the same thing?