Thankfully I don't work for any of those slave shops. I knew I should have taken the blue pill.
Voting needs to give you a receipt. That receipt would have a hash encoded number that you could then compare to a publicly available vote count and verify that your vote was counted correctly. As simple as a
It seems ridiculously simple to me. You can verify your own vote and tally all the votes yourself to ensure that the totals are accurate.
This is chess rating algorithm. The goal is to predict given a matchup between two players with known histories how they will likely fare in a game or series of games against each other. Elo is the standard rating system and has been for some time. These algorithms are improvements on that. So they predict better who will win. They have nothing to do with playing actual chess. So the Turk is irrelevant to this discussion (aside from the not minor issue that the operator has been dead for some time.)
You don't understand, the winning system is using a midget to guess the outcomes.
Gambling means that the event has a significant random factor. Any course where the prof grades on a curve would prove to create random shifts in results against a class not graded on that curve. This is not a game of skill.
The majority of oxygen is generated at sea.
If these things can turn around huge profits and you write them
My brother recently was convicted of bank robbery. He's currently in prison serving his sentence. His life is a sad story, but that's not why I'm posting this.
The reason I'm posting this is because he has access to Facebook.
So ask yourself, "Why would the federal prison system allow inmates to us a social networking system?"
The paranoid answers are more terrifying than I care to entertain, but the most obvious answer would be that they don't fear Facebook. That implies that they can monitor it... that the federal government has access to the information being stored in Facebook and more importantly wants inmates to show their connections and to possibly implicate others through the system.
What government in the world wouldn't want access to the information that Facebook has? Social networks at your fingertips? Messages that can be filtered for problematic content?
Anyone who seriously entertains the idea that Facebook has not bowed down before the government information community is deluding themselves.
Expect Facebook to continue to make headlines with possible privacy issues with advertisers while privately giving its information away to the government.
I didn't do it.
It's already under a huge DOS attack by the readers of Slashdot. There's no need to block it, in fact you should be attempting to load that page in concert with all the other members of the Slashbot.
It's called Uncyclopedia.
"Blaraka Hussein Obama bin Laden (pronounced Bárockus Obomus) (born Baruch Seamus O'Bama to an Irish Catholic family in County Cork) won the 2008 presidential election in a historical milestone becoming the 44th half-white man elected to office. He is a well known terrorist who claims his god "Oprah" is commanding him to destroy America. He started out as the young shiningly optimistic upstart United States Senator from Illinois that went out to shake up Washington and change the system and the world for a brighter and better tomorrow. He is also not a Muslim (But even if he was a Muslim, speaking hypothetically of course, it would be just fine) . In 2008, Obama became the first African American (his dad was from Africa and his dad's baby mama came from America) to be president of the NRA and not be lynched by an angry mob in white robes holding torches, so you know he's one of the good ones. He brings hope and change and you know we can do it. By taking down the man, Barack will set the lower class working people free from economic oppression."
When the Chinese writer wants to contribute about Heilongjiang, I'll be right there supporting them. But it's not going to be anyone who's been with Wikipedia all this time. Those people have already written everything they know. The original post is about the current editors leaving. It's finished for them.
Now figure out a way to get Jing Gu to write about Heilongjiang.
"Today's robots are very primitive, capable of understanding only a few simple instructions such as 'go left', 'go right', and 'build car'." --John Sladek