In the frozen land of Nador, they were forced to eat Robin's minstrels [poster's note: EWWww]...
and there was much rejoicing.
A year passed.
Winter changed into spring;
Spring changed into summer;
Summer changed back into winter;
And winter gave spring and summer a miss and went straight on into autumn.
Until one day.
a tip i read once was to use word / thought association to create unique, but repeatable passwords, ie for root at work you could but use carrot@streetname or turnip@town or whatever, root at home would be carrot@homebox, etc
just something you can remember.
or if you use b'day or somesuch, put b'day$sitename.
Wait, what??? If this kind of behaviour is unacceptable, Im not going to be having kids. I thought the whole point of spawning was to laugh at them. I'm pretty sure that's why my parents did it... But seriously, this is a father spending some good quality, chemically altered time with his boy.You just dont see enough of that these days.
Paul pointed out a few technicalities of the law, just like slashdotters love pointing out technicalities of computers etc.
Using a "get out of jail free" technical defense means that you got put in jail in the first place; even if you are not sent to prison, you can be charged, arraigned, harassed, etc based on evidence that will never meet "shadow of a doubt" standards.
The main argument of TFA is that FF3's warning about self signed certs is egregious.
There is not an issue about warning users; users need to be warned.
What is needed is individual warnings in a drop-down bar for individual problems with certificate issues:
*(picture of green 1's and 0's alongside a red face with a line through it) This certificate is self signed; It may not be trustworthy for identification purposes, you should only trust it for data encryption purposes.
*(picture of a green face alongside a red clock with a line through it) This certificate is out of date; it expired YYYY MM DD HH MM SS ago.
*Trusted case: (picture of a green face) This certificate identifies XYZ.com as trusted by CERTCORP.com. Your data is encrypted.
thefickler writes: TECH.BLORGE.com interviewed two Zune product managers during this morning's Zune launch conference call. The discussion focused on the second generation Zune, but it also shed light on the reasons why Microsoft released such a bland media player last year.
TaeKwonDood writes: "A new antenna made of plasma (a gas heated to the point that the electrons are ripped free of atoms and molecules) works just like conventional metal antennas, except that it vanishes when you turn it off and can be quickly changed to prevent jamming."
thefickler writes: It's here, and it's no joke. NBC has launched NBC Direct where most shows can be watched online and some shows are available for full episode downloads. This comes after NBC decided to pull out of iTunes.