Wait, 860KB?! O_O
Wait, 860KB?! O_O
What this means is that nobody can cut you off for whatever reason.
If you do not pay for the broadband, then can sue you, then can claim damages, but they can not cut your internet line.
You can download terabytes of illegal porn, and they absolutely must not break your internet connection.
Just like wattery supply. It is a basic human right. As is internet in Finland, from now on.
They present two words - one is computer generated and is, in fact, the real CAPTCHA test. The other is a failed to OCR word from a book. People fill both words, because they don't know, which is which. They show the same failed OCR word to a hundred people and get a stable result by majority of people, even if somebody tries to abuse the system and write some bad words instead.
Sure they have. It's called "robots.txt" - and a photographer publishing their works on a web site simply has to ask Google not to index them. And they won't. They'll also lose the potential exposure, but that's a choice.
What if you store your photos remotely? On Flickr?
What if somebody steals your photos and hosts himself, what Google indexes?
robots.txt is not an answer to copyright infringement, it's simply a guide to indexing.
Please, you're not helping the case with posts like these.
Now you only added to the major misbelief "BitTorrent = pirates"
I totally love this Slashdot moderators' "meta-joking".
Can we mod the mod actions with "+5 Funny"?
And there is still something wrong with curly quotes on Slashdot.
But just wait a couple more months when unemployment starts hitting double digits. You'll be able to pick up very good, experienced developers for half, maybe a third of their current salaries.
We need "-1, Sad"
I mean, logically, there has to be some point in the future when IE7 is totally exploit free.
Not unless quick fixes for urgent bugs create twice as much new bugs yet to be found out!
The only way to open iexplore.exe in my home computers is through the "run" tab. This is to prevent unfit users from not using one of the other browsae.
Can't you open any folder and then enter the URL in the address bar?
"Protozoa are small, and bacteria are small, but viruses are smaller than the both put together."