I hope they read him his Miranda rights...
I hope they read him his Miranda rights...
Books? Where we're going we don't need books.
I pretty much believe the printed books will disappear in the near future.
We had that shit before with ActiveX.
Native Client runs in a sandbox so it's nothing like ActiveX.
Chrome is available for most platform including Linux and is open source. So stop whining about it not being a standard. It's not IE we are talking about.
Since a law passed in 2009, it's the responsability of special teams of the Gendarmerie called peloton spécialisé de protection de la gendarmerie, trained by National Gendarmerie Intervention Group to secure special site like nuclear plant.
The question is why did they not intervene? Officially they are saying it's because they recognized it was some GP activists and as such did nothing. Sounds like a huge BS to me. There is some history between the French government and Greenpeace which demonstrate the French could be more than happy to shoot, and the role of such special team would have to intervene in some way.
Anyway Kudos to GP.
There was supposed to have some gendarmes on site already since a law passed in 2009 (before the security was implemented by the French energy provider directly). Those units are supposed to be trained by the French Counter-Terrorists SWAT team (the GIGN).
Anyway they did nothing to stop Greenpeace. The French government said they recognized it was some activists and did nothing. Officially.
For your information, the most realistic Sci-Fi movie ever made, 2001: A Space Odyssey, did not used any CGI nor green screen. Of course those technologies did not exist back in 1968 and it was 9 years before Star Wars which again did not use CGI nor green screen at the time of its release.
The first movie to include most of its action in a computer generated set was Tron in 1982, almost 30 years ago. In that time we went from miniature models and ingenuity in creating special effect to a software based point-and-click interface.
LoTR still used sets, some being really large. I can't imagine Rivendell or Edoras being 100% CGI. Some TV shows now use CGI almost everywhere like Sanctuary, to make them cheaper to produce and in that it makes senses. In the end I think CGI is used not because it gives the best result but because it's cheaper and easier to produce than miniature models. On the other hand, we have shows like Doctor Who who still is a show produced on a budget with minimum CGI films with proper and "real" props and set, proving it still can be done.
In the end knowing the battle cruiser in the beginning of Star Wars is a lot smaller than you typical Sedan car and still being blown away would maybe not happen if we knew it was only done by a computer file.
I'm no isolationist, but why does he have to talk to the president of Israel every day?
One word : Florida
I've set up a few mail relay and spam filtering server and I can tell you it helps a lot to reduce the number of spam arriving to them.
I am a Postfix kind of admin (hell with sendmail!) and I know you can set some filter just before the reverse DNS check to accept the connection if it comes from a particular host/IP address, bypassing the reverse DNS check. Or you could add that reverse DNS to your local/client DNS server but it seems not that a good solution.
Anyway following standards is always the best solution.
I have only one thing to say to you : Anti-Virus? What is it?
Reading the comments I see MBR virus, Email virus, malware, attacks banner ads infected computer and only one operating system seems to know those joys.
What? And you paid to have that system? And you have no control over what that mighty corporation will do to its next version? Hell you don't even have access to the source code to make a better one?!
And you're defending that piece of crap too. Whouah that's great mind control.
So according to Samsung, if someone "invent" one day a Transporter like in Star Trek, that someone would not be able to patent it?
That's a shame, I'm sure that guy could make a fortune.
The syntax is a shitty imitation of C. The semantics, even for basic things like boolean values and comparisons, are extremely fucked up.
A language, in itself is just an abstraction for machine code. Assembler code is just a literal version of machine code. C is a the closest language to machine code and the primary one used everywhere like core OS components to video game. A language in never secure or unsecure, it's its interpretation in machine code that may be more secure with additional code to prevent hazardous events. PHP is just a script engine that use similar semantics to C and is mostly a big wrapper around some well known C libraries like PCRE and cURL. It is open-source and its community is regularly releasing maintenance releases to fix any security flaws, which is a must. On itself it is pretty secure.
That being said and with the majority of computer issues, the problem is most often found between the chair and the keyboard. If developers don't check users input and send that directly to a SQL backend, in any language it will result in a security flaw. Its developers practices that are to blame, not language semantics.