"Horava’s graviton fluctuates as it interacts with normal matter, making gravity pull a bit more strongly than expected in general relativity."
Now that's what sounds promising. Dark matter always seemed like an ad hoc explanaition. How would you (try to) falsify that dark matter exist under the current theories that are predicting it?
RDP best? Something must've happened since I quit being a sysadmin some years ago. RDP used to be a security disaster.
X forwarding in SSH works well on ADSL (enable persistent connections on your ssh client if your ADSL modem insists on disconnecting inactive connections).
While it seems the prosecutors in this case are overreacting (why's this even a criminal case?), what I find curious is that there was no scheme to retrieve the passwords if Childs were to pass away accidentally (no HBB protection). Passwords written on paper in a safe, safety deposit box or similar, or the passphrase to Password Safe written down somewhere secure.
It's pretty stupid to have to physically access all the routers to reset passwords in the event that the network admin dies or quits in fury. Just write the procedure into the admin's job description.
If I'm not entirely mistaken, the photographer maintains the copyright, but the publishing on wikipedia under the creative commons allows everybody to use the photography as long as the photographer is credited.
If photographers want to help, but are worried they'll lose control, why not upload lower than mint quality images?
Disclaimer: I'm one of the designated maintainers of IOS version numbering, but I don't get to set the rules.
Understandable disclaimer. Cisco's version numbering scheme is not for the uninitiated, e.g.
Version 11.3(2)XA4, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
Oh God! I hate whining bastards! They just WHINE WHINE WHINE!
Escaping North Korea: Secrets of the World's Most Isolated Country by Mike Kim
I have no idea if you would consider this trustworthy or not, but it comes from that book.
Interesting, thanks. I'll read the book.
Two, preferably three, independent sources would be the minimum requirement of thrustworthyness. Especially when the intel is from a closed country that has a reputation that makes it trivially easy to make things up and have people believe in it.
Note that I think Kim's goals are very worthy; he's holding speeches etc. raising money to finance helping North Koreans escape.
When interviewed, these people state beliefs in the most outlandish and bizarre pieces of propaganda. Situations like women absolutely convinced that if they touch dropped pamphlets from the South (through air campaigns to spread information to the people) that their hands will rot off . When asked, if they really felt it was true, they state that they really believed it. That's just one example.
I'm not saying you're wrong, but: Trustworthy sources or it didn't happen.
The fastest production car is not the Bugatti, but the SSC Ultimate Aero TT. According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fastest_car
Murphy's Law, that brash proletarian restatement of Godel's Theorem. -- Thomas Pynchon, "Gravity's Rainbow"