I'm not sure about the currency you got there, but it doesn't really matter: 100 currency units is cheap for 3-5 hours of flying, no matter what currency! I'd have to pay almost 3-5 times more than that for flying.
On the other hand 100 EUR will get me 3-5 skydives in Europe or 100 USD will get me 3-5 skydives in US.
Why connect to a free and often slow/overloaded wifi when most people get acceptable 3/4G service around town ?
Because my "service provider" charges me my first born son for roaming data.
It’s massive, so it’s almost certainly a gas giant like Jupiter, and it’s hot, probably about 730 C (1350 F) at the tops of its clouds.
This is not them asking for your account but rather asking you to AUTHORISE gawker's access to your account details.
The way I read it is that Gawker is using Facebook as authentication service. Once authenticated Gawker is authorizing you to do certain things, like post comments.
I guess that accounts for all the cheap labor.
I wouldn't believe anything Mr. Woo has to say.
If you have other reasons why you don't trust what Mr. Woo said, maybe it'd be worthwhile to air those as well.
Bug finders now still get paid. but those who don't reveal everything Google wants do not.
True, and I don't think they are unreasonable to demand the full exploit when they are paying for it. I don't necessarily always agree with Google's approach but I think it's good that they man up and pay for the bugs. I wish more companies would do that.
I now alias "r" as "rm -i". "r" by itself does not have default behavior on most computers.
I have a friend that used to alias "r" for "rm" and "e" for "emacs". Once he had to restore his thesis from day or two old backup he stopped doing that
When the weight of the paperwork equals the weight of the plane, the plane will fly. -- Donald Douglas