This article is tagged Japan because "Nihonium takes its name from the Japanese name for Japan and was the first new element discovered there, at the RIKEN lab." ( http://www.popsci.com/four-new... )
The digital signature in question is not an external verification, but instead the one Windows does on the installer. So your UAC popup would also indicate it is a fake binary.
"That... looks like a penis."
"Yep. Not giving you my real signature..."
I remember one class (HS, circa 1990) where we had to "clear the EEPROMs" on our TI-85s because somebody was caught with their notes all typed in, which must have taken longer than actually studying.
We made a program that emulated the flash process without doing anything, right down to the cursor blinking for the right count etc. We had too many useful programs that we didn't want to lose, like one called "SuperFactor!" which could do up to 4th order polynomial factoring...
OK, I pay for the print edition. Does that mean I get some kind of login to continue using my ad blocker?
Green Day's American Idiot. Three major Marilyn Manson albums together tell a story, from Wikipedia:
After the release of "Holy Wood", Manson said that the overarching story within the trilogy is presented in reverse chronological order; Mechanical Animals, therefore, acts as the bridge connecting the two narratives and remains constant whether the trilogy is viewed in reverse or not.
Nice. I just had an SELinux popup saying that plugin-container was trying to do something... also a pop-up about "fonts" trying to run so I said "nope."
I am also a huge fan of that extension and will mourn when it dies.
The newest models fully integrate the main on-demand and online services. If I search for a show, it shows me that it's available on Comcast or Amazon Prime. You can even add OnePasses (previously Season Passes) for shows like Amazon's Bosch, so it shows up in your main "Now Playing" to remind you to watch it.
Nice. A friend of mine moved and wasn't going to get Internet service for like a week. He drove around with his TiVo and UPS in his car until he found somebody with unsecured WiFi to have it download the channel listings and program info for his new house.
I disagree with the analogy. The most likely reason that not many people are going around saying "the sun will rise tomorrow" is because there are not many other people who are trying to do things like putting stickers on science books saying that, "tomorrow's rising sun is 'only a theory.'" Or blowing up themselves and sun-believers in the name of a non-sun. When that begins to happen, you will hear more from the Silent Sun Army.
The proper quote is calling not collecting stamps as a hobby....
The trouble with opportunity is that it always comes disguised as hard work. -- Herbert V. Prochnow