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It fixed the dialer bugs that KitKat has. The first time I pull up the keypad, it's offset such that keys other than 1-3 are hidden. I have to hit back and then pull up the keypad again to get access to all numbers.
It fixed the bug where if I type in a long pin on KitKat, the screen stops accepting input. I have to slowdown. My pin is 9 characters.
There are many UI regressions though, particularly switching to silent/vibrate and back. I hate that every number in my pin gets a huge circle revealing where I pressed. Inconvenient for paranoid people like me.
I'm going to see if CyanogenMod 12 fixes these regressions when a stable release is available for my phone.
Reminds me of the reverse OCR tumblr. It generates patterns of squiggles a human could never read but the OCR recognizes as a word.
"In its majestic equality, the law forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges, beg in the streets and steal loaves of bread."
The proper abbreviation for Doctors without Borders is MSF (Medicines san Frontiers). They have employees who get paid! It is not a volunteer organization! The burnout rate is already high. If you told all of their workers that their vacation would be spent in house arrest for the entirety of their break between missions, there'd be far fewer workers. Protip: significantly reducing the amount of workers willing to treat infectious diseases is not a good way to reduce outbreak of infectious diseases.
Lysol would be plenty for disinfecting a bowling alley. Similar surfaces were found to disinfect themselves after a few hours in the dark!
Sagripanti, J-L., Rom, A.M., Holland, L.E. (2010) Persistence in darkness of virulent alphaviruses, Ebola virus, and Lass virus deposited on solid surfaces. Arch Virol. 155: 2035-9.
My friend is a logistician, not a medical doctor. AFAIK, there is no oath for logisticians.
I have seen no evidence of any health workers ignoring symptoms. The doctor in the parent article followed all the MSF guidelines.
I have a close friend who works for Doctors Without Borders. She doesn't get a lot of vacation. If she had a 3 week quarantine (where would they quarantine her?), her friends and family would see her far less often. Her vacations mid-mission would have to be spent in the country she was working in.
I'm sorry the owner of the bowling alley will need a few cans of lysol because we didn't have ebola camps for humanitarian doctors.
GSM encryption is terrible, TLS is terrible (Mac-then-encrypt, terrible cipher suites, rollback attacks, GCM implemented incorrectly), IPSec is incredibly convoluted and offers many broken modes (encrypt-only), NIST suite B ECC has fishy constants, AES has horrible side channel attacks in software that allow key recovery from other virtual machines, SHA-3 will have a reduced security level compared to the standard for the sake of 'efficiency'...
Don't think that just because Dual EC-DRBG is obviously bad that all attempts to weaken cryptography will be equally obvious.
There were many, many people. Sometimes 60k. No one told them what the right and wrong reasons were to be there. People were there because the systems in place did not serve or represent them. For some, that was because the police and prisons were tearing apart their families and communities, for others, it was because their 401k got wiped out.
As you should be able to infer, the people who lost their jobs and their homes are going to protest differently from the teenagers whose school got closed down. The people who just got out of college with massive debt are going to protest differently from the parents with kids.
No one was interested in telling people they were there for the wrong reasons, because nearly without exception, people weren't. People smashing windows had good reason to do so, and people doing building occupations had good reason to do so. The media, the police, and the people on the outside generally couldn't understand because it was different than what they know and understand. Politicians who made their career from coming to rallies couldn't understand people covering their faces because to them, protesting was about building a resume or street cred. The media wasn't used to dealing with people who didn't like them or who didn't want to talk to them. Outsiders couldn't understand why people just didn't want to vote some new 3rd party in.
That doesn't mean there wasn't a structure, that doesn't mean there wasn't a message, that doesn't mean it was incoherent. There were a number of threads pulling people together that weren't apparent in the first 15 minutes and might not have been apparent after a whole 2 protests. They were there and they're still there.
The police in SF vary, there are ~2,000. I've seen some people who seemed like nice people, at least at the moment. I've also seen some that took great glee in beating people. I've seen some that will look like one at one moment and the other the next moment. You've got to watch out for the 99% of cops that make the rest look bad.
That's not how it works at all, it allows you to express a higher amount of strength. If you take it, and don't increase the weight lifted, then perhaps you'll experience a lower training effect, but no one trains like that, they amp up the weight.
You're confusing lactate and lactic acid. You might want to go hit the books again.
I recommend people read the archive.org description of the problem of archiving phone calls (TL;DR 272 PB) and DJB's article on cryptanalysis (PDF) (TL;DR NSA isn't stupid).