XKCD on password security.
XKCD on password security.
Last pass has a password audit feature that shows you where you're using the same password.
My family is from South America you insensitive clod! Now excuse me while I go introduce Sally Struthers to the tribe and give them some shiny beads to keep them from eating her and to swap for their land.
Unfortunately, Wave tried to bolt a poorly executed social aspect onto a messaging system, meaning everything but messaging sucked. This bolts messaging onto a social network that already has messaging built into it.
No one wants an oil well in their back yard until we are all screaming for oil to lubricate the gears off the economy. That sentiment will change.
One thing you may have noticed is that humans are good at ignoring a problem until it forces them to adapt. New technologies are good and all, but alternatives are just another thing people will have to buy to get around the shortage. That's money many won't have once prices rise due to a crunch in a critically important resource. Cripes we're already complaining about the rise in coffee prices. Everything made of plastics or wrapped in them will also rise in price, making a very personal crunch in resources for everyone.
'm gonna make a big leap of faith here, but I think that video is not to scale. The gap you see between the third blue dot and some of those other dots are on what we like to call "a planetary scale". And they have hit us before!
This is akin to, once you've done the thing that the picture depicts, it can't really be undone.
So the real lesson is, don't do stupid shit in the first place.
Putting that into practice is, of course, slightly more difficult than saying it.
Green Wave not to be confused with the same class of phenomena as the Red Tide or Aunt Flo visiting.
Actually, I'm researching the Irish Potato Famine at the moment. Thanks for the tip!
Is Dreamweaver a mode in vi? I've never seen it.
As opposed to the tricks manufacturers currently use of standing the magnetic particles on their end on a platter that spins 5400 to 15000 rpm beneath a magnet, floating on a cushion of air, suspending on a moving arm. All that physics is so much less tricky than an algorithm.
How many drives from 5 years ago do most of us still use?
I, on the other hand, can't wait to start experimenting on my neighbor to see if the inside of his brain cures anything. If not, there are other neighbors. It's science after all - what's one life when I could be saving trillions.
I know which side Skynet would choose.
Yeah, wow. Those Japanese phones with their TV antennae. Isn't that the service that we're quickly cutting off here in the US? Yeah, let me rush out and buy something expensive to take advantage of that while it lasts.
You act as if you forgot that we're all humans reading this forum. We'll FIND a reason to destroy something. In the future it could be a hip little wooden box, or a nostalgia for 18th century items gone awry. Those trees are doomed one way or another.
I judge a religion as being good or bad based on whether its adherents become better people as a result of practicing it. - Joe Mullally, computer salesman