What will it take for them to finally do something about it because, up until now, they've barely paid lip service to the problem with their platform.
It will take them being held financially responsible for the damage caused by their lackadaisical attitude toward the issue.
...while they drink the abortion known is the American Budweiser.
You know why they call Budweiser "sex in a canoe"? Because it's fscking close to water.
I think the term we're looking for is simply cyberpunk. "Japan-inspired neon with rain and grime" is also a pretty good description of William Gibson's books.
Well, the stuff he wrote pre-2000 anyway. He has moved in a different direction since then.
also on s60's you could have contextual (time, location) based profile changes about a decade ago now..
That's awesome. How's that company doing now? Oh really? That's too bad. They had a good run.
But one alternative to PayPal is Dwolla, the payment processor that people used to use to get their money in and out of Mt. Gox.
Another alternative would be LibertyReserve...what's that?
Is anyone really entertaining the delusions of these detached, clueless, dinosaurs?
Yes, the lawmakers who keep passing the laws they paid for.
Second priority is to have it made as quickly and as cheaply as possible. To achieve that, quality must be sacrificed.
Good, fast, cheap. Pick any two.
I'm pretty certain their contract doesn't specificially say that you can't have racks with servers - the most I'm betting is that it says "no servers", which of course is then weasel wording for _anything_ high bandwidth.
No, it's pretty clear. From the TOS:
You also may not exceed the bandwidth usage limitations that Verizon may establish from time to time for the Service, or use the Service to host any type of server . Violation of this section may result in bandwidth restrictions on your Service or suspension or termination of your Service.
apple has nothing like this, do they? normally, its an all or nothing wipe, just like outlook 'wants'.
Not Apple per se, but check out air-watch. We use it at work to put a wall around corporate data on our user's personal iOS devices.
Is there any way to get paintballs filled with regular oil-based permanent paint (like typical Krylon spray-can paint)?
There should still be. When I first started playing paintball, the only guns were cattle marking pistols that fired oil based paint and used the small CO2 cartridges. You had to shake up the tube of paintballs or they would wobble and fly in a curve when you fired them. Hurt a lot more when you got hit too.
I think this whole snooping on the reporters thing has them deciding to fight back and send a big "F you".
Double plus good on this then. The media has been too damn cozy with both corporations and governments for a while now. Their relationship should be adversarial rather than cooperative.
A computer scientist is someone who fixes things that aren't broken.