In that case, can't they just globally fix it server side, by 1) filtering it out of the stored history, and 2) filtering input to prevent it in-bound?
Yes, this would be a good immediate mitigation.
It wouldn't fix bricked installs, but it would avoid breaking new ones - except for the people who send the string.
What's the difference between a panoramic photo, composed of small pictures stitched together, and Google Streetview or Google Maps, which are composed of small pictures stitched together? Is the difference that one person calls themselves a "photographer" and the other person is just a technician?
Google Maps could be considered a single panorama (although that's arguable - does the definition of a panorama require that the viewpoint stay in one place and look outwards?) but StreetView definitely isn't - it is lots of separate small, low-res panoramas (panoramae?), one for each location you can position the viewpoint.
Do they have any tech companies?
Yeah... probably not for long.
The cost of implementing this is probably going to send us to the wall. I am so glad that the Liberal government is looking after small business!
I'm so sorry. I wish you the best of luck.
I have to say that I'm disappointed. Thought this was an instructional manual. Now I'm $15.99 lighter and I still don't know how to moon people.
(For those who haven't followed the link, the book is called "Moon People")
Unless you live in North Korea or something, $12,000 gross a year for two people is a hobby-with-benefits, not a business.
That's exactly the point - for a "small-time indie developer" "one- or two-man project" kind of hobby-with-benefits, the engine is free.
Your credibility was completely lost when you typed menu's.
Given the general high quality writing of the post, I think Immerman knows full well that plurals don't usually require apostrophes.
I'm guessing that you are not aware of the usage where certain words ending in vowels have an added apostrophe to emphasise that the "s" isn't part of the root word.
It's rarely used for words these days, but is still common for symbols and non-word constructions ("count the &'s", "mind your P's and Q's").
As an example of why this can still be very useful for words, though: there are two pages on Wikipedia about people named "Peni".
How would you refer to both of them as a group?
Expect this certificate to be revoked in near future. This will close that avenue, and cause all machines infected drivers signed by the cert to refuse to load the malware driver.
And cause all machines with legitimate Sony drivers (if there is such a thing?) signed with the same cert to refuse to load those too.
Most of the time we are just happy with whatever pizza we happen to find.
I like your pizza acquisition method. I'm imagining just walking along, spotting a pizza tree, being happy.
... What are languages YOU want to learn?
Don't read too much into that, though: I'm a self -selected sample.
Thanks for the work you've put in. I'll have a look at Nihongo Master.
If the onboard electronic is rugged for arsh environments, adding some lead plates may be an idea to approach some areas in Fukushima plant.
Lead is good for shielding because it's dense, right? So maybe it would be better to use something even denser - uranium.
Committees have become so important nowadays that subcommittees have to be appointed to do the work.