The code requires downloading, but by using the HTML5/Javacript sandbox, you buy a bit of write once run anywhere joy.
Most of the rest of the developed world and a decent chunk of the less developed world have better, cheaper broadband than the US. So actually a lot of people do have great internet. You just happen to live in a country that is unwilling to catch up to the rest of the world in that regard.
The Referer Control extension for Chrome used to fix this: set it to use Google as the referrer and WSJ links just worked.
I guess the WSJ no longer wants Google to index its articles.
Understand perfectly what a block cipher is, it's his twatspeek that makes it confusing.
So rich guy trying to get richer. K.
Can somebody translate that blog post to English from 'Self-aggrandizing twatspeak' for me?
> Sense this stores data required for the fingerprint authentication, the device will refuse to function for security reasons if it thinks it's been tampered with
Bullshit. Why would it only 'break' after an iOS update instead of the next time you used it?
Some sites get ridiculous with that.
Native code is good when you want speed, but your front end should be in a browser.
Updates need to happen from time to time. But for a site like slashdot, it pays to pour enough money in to have a real QA team.
I suspect there's a line of code in the "assignModPoints" function that says something like
if(freaks.contains("pudge")) return 0;
I haven't gotten mod points in a long time either, though I suspect in my case that I had turned off the "willing to moderate" option when it existed in the user options, and unrelated to that pudge foed me at a later time.
I have a very small mind and must live with it. -- E. Dijkstra