The only nun I ever knew had been enjoying the services of a priest for a long time. She quit the profession eventually. I don't think the analogy holds too well.
They like to keep this stuff locked up tighter than a hooker's snatch.
I'm not so sure that analogy means what you think it means.
I think he meant to say "tighter than a gnat's chuff", but got lost halfway through the sentence.
There's sex and drugs and crime everywhere on the internets.
Don't try to protect your children from all the evil out there. They're going to find it sooner or later. Teach your children judgement. They'll be needing it.
But the hinge can't hold the screen up. Laptops have been able to do that for decades.
'Installation' art is the worst.
Bad art often occurs when 'artists' replace quality with novelty.
See horse_ebooks and Pronunciation Book for perfect examples.
Back in the day they would include a thing called a manual.
Check out the manual that came with the original 1984 Macintosh. It came with a manual that explained all the mouse movements and keyboard modifiers. It wasn't big either. People read it and they knew what to do.
>Other than that, I'll stick with FVWM.
Here at my megacorp, we mostly run on FVWM.
The FVWM writers kept adding features until they had enough. Then they stopped.
It was flying close to ground. If it was higher up it would have missed the buildings.
Yup. When the signal is bad, text. It's got the higher redundancy of the management channel.
>What is so earthshakingly important that it cannot wait until the takeoff or landing phases are completed ?
No. This is an old wives tale. Up in the air, your cellphone can see no towers, because they are too far away and you're in a steel tube. Even if it could, it wouldn't be a problem, because the phone would choose only one of them.
Hypothetically the problem might exist the other way, whereby too many cell towers can see your phone, but around an airport the interference coming from everything else at an airport swamps anything a phone on a plane might do. By the time the plane is out of the airport zone, it is too high for the phone to have any contact with cell towers - whose antenna don't point up in the sky.
It does seem that way. Before you leak, destroy all your storage media lest you find unexpected photos appearing on them.
RIM/Blackberry purchased Certicom. So they have all the Certicom patents on elliptic curve encryption.
But now the NSA leaks have led people to believe that the NSA may have broken ECC. So the value of all those patents just went to $0 since if no one is going to trust ECC to be secure, no one is going to use it. Another own goal.
Truth has always been found to promote the best interests of mankind... - Percy Bysshe Shelley