Here's the wording from the bill:
No owner or operator of a restaurant in this state shall use salt in any form in the preparation of any food for consumption by customers of such restaurant, including food prepared to be consumed on the premises of such restaurant or off of such premises.
Seems pretty clear to me.
Great tool that pools the resources of multiple servers to proactively block IPs that are trying to brute-force the SSH port on any server in the pool:
I use it, and it has Just Worked for years.
That's slandering Lewinski, not Office.
I haven't tested it thoroughly, so I don't know how much of the VI command set it implements, but Komodo IDE has a 'vi' mode, and I believe it would fulfill your other requirements as well. (As a plus, it's fully cross platform, so you can use it everywhere)
... Um. Wow. Just wow.
See, I worked as a microsoft support tech for a while shortly after the release of Windows ME. A dark period in my career, I'll admit. But aside from a few nice troubleshooting tools (msconfig FTMFW), ME sucked beyond belief.
Troubleshooting Step 1: Reboot. If that solved the problem, we told the customer it was fixed, and to call back if it happened again. Really.
And at least once a day, I would determine that a machine was beyond recovery, and we would FFR it. (Fdisk, Format, Reinstall). And my experiences were pretty standard, from what I heard around me on the support floor. People who had transferred to the ME support team from 9X complained about how buggy and poorly designed ME was.
*shudders* So... no. ME was not the best of the 9x line. Arguably, 98SE was the best, although some people preferred 95.
Also, the article completely messes up the history of 2000 / 9X / ME. 2000 was
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