Or maybe the head isn't screwed on all the way...
That would be the trolls
If they know to whom you're talking, or what pictures you're taking, or what documents you're reading or writing, or where you are at any given moment
Well, I'll be sure to give them something to look at. Since this is plain HTTP, technically I can send them anything if I know the right URLs. So they'll see me talking to the presidents of various countries (some friendly, some not), taking pictures of goatse, reading leaked classified documents, visiting motorolasucks.com, and visiting various locations around the north and south poles, North Korea, and Motorola HQ.
Mix in enough chaff and it's harder to separate the real data. Too bad the article doesn't list the URLs, since I'm never in hell going to buy a Motorola phone.
If Windows notifies programs about suspends/shutdowns (not sure it really does), TrueCrypt needs to dismount immediately and do whatever it needs to do to protect its key.
It does. Just make sure the options "Dismount all when: Entering power saving mode" and "Wipe cached passwords on auto-dismount" are checked in the TrueCrypt settings (Settings -> Preferences) and you should be good. This will automatically dismount all TrueCrypt drives and wipe any cached passwords from memory when sleeping or hibernating.
Many sites bock certain sort of access from Tor relays, so a few users might notice their infection because of that.
The sites only block Tor exit nodes. Unless the botnets are turning these computers into exit nodes, they won't be blocked.
Java has yet to be ported to the Pi's floating-point, so the only option is to use soft floats.
Does Minecraft work with Icedtea? From what I've seen Icedtea works fine with hard floats, it's just the Oracle Java that doesn't support it yet.
Ron Paul tried that very technique, but he got stonewalled by the party establishment and had the rules changed at the last minute to exclude him. People are beginning to realize that changing the parties from the inside out doesn't work as long as there are power hungry people controlling the rules and making decisions for the party.
But this only works if you try and work within the party. Once Tea Party Republicans realize that they can't beat the powerful and corrupt using their rules, than we'll see a mass exodus followed by a party collapse rivaling the Whig party.
Rather, you are willing to give a gun to a complete non-government stranger because complete non-government strangers have never done anything illegal, or the achieve his agenda.
Yes, not because you know he hasn't done anything illegal, but because the probability that he's wrongly killed someone is extremely low. On the other hand, an armed governmental stranger (especially a cop) is much more likely to have wrongly killed someone. It probably wasn't illegal (since the government makes the laws in the first place) or if it was it was ignored, but they have a much higher tendency to wrongfully kill someone because they have done it before and gotten away with it or they know they can.
What's the point in using 2.0 in the first place if 1.9 will do?
If you'll read TFA, they're doing it so that jQuery will be much faster and more modular. If you just use 1.9, you're punishing everyone who has a sane browser. Their code will run slower so that it won't break for the drones using ancient versions of IE. By offering both and choosing server side, you have the speed and support of the new versions and still support grandpa's Windows XP computer. Eventually Windows XP will die a long deserved death and version 1.9 can go with it.
Five is a sufficiently close approximation to infinity. -- Robert Firth "One, two, five." -- Monty Python and the Holy Grail