It is with "glutin" these days
It is with "glutin" these days
None of the cool kids are using ISO or ANSI-standardized languages against IEEE-defined standardized interfaces like POSIX anymore. That level of stability and portability doesn't allow twenty-somethings to feel like they are revolutionizing the industry and making the world a better place through beautiful design patterns or whatever.
Because their network is working, they don't need new features and they either don't have time, care or requirements to check security notes when they are released? "If it isn't broken, don't fix it" can be a powerful drug.
At least in the South, there has traditionally been a "one drop" rule, wherein anyone with "one drop" of non-White in them was considered not white. In Virginia, we had the Pocahontas Exception for those descended from the marriage of John Rolfe and Pocahontas.
Aren't small, independent farms more traditional than centralized agribusiness?
I agree, generally speaking. You have to be aware of what the limitations are when building a test environment, but just because you might move to something for a heavy evaluation doesn't mean you want to throw away having a stable system you know will work.
This is what VMs or test devices are for
I'm sorry, what state do you live in that charges you $35 a year for a license? I've had one in VA and MD, they are good for many years, and it is a one-time fee. Cost-average it out to like $6-$7 a year tops.
What was the old saying in Tsarist Russia? Something like, "If 5 people get together to plot revolution, what you have is one revolutionary and four police informants." We are not talking about a country that has ever really been free since the earliest Viking settlements in places like Moscow. Hundreds of years of autocracy or oligarchy. What else would they produce politically but Putin and an encryption ban?
We're talking about a woman who held a shredder party to destroy documents about a real estate deal before they could be subpoeneaed to make sure that it wasn't "destroying evidence" since it wasn't technically "evidence" yet. I don't think she'd be so stupid as to throw something incriminating in the trash. I also don't think she'd generally use Comic Sans font (but if her taste in clothes or husbands is any indication, maybe she would).
Mine was the Indiana Jones theme song
They're often referred to around this area as "Clowns in Action".
Investing money (capital) into assets used to make a profit, with both the ownership of the capital assets as well as the profits being in private hands is the definition of capitalism. Using your own money is one way to do it. Borrowing other people's money is called leverage.
There must not be too much secret sauce involved if they're going to do it that cheaply.
While that listing shows that they have bought SOMETHING from Cellbrite, I think I'd like to see a little more evidence before I'm convinced that this shows they hired Cellbrite to hack the San Bernardino iPhone. https://www.fpds.gov/ezsearch/... shows that the Secret Service bought $781k worth of something from them on the 10th of March.
A single FPDS entry doesn't really mean anything.
I'm happy to sell them a $500 laptop with Kali Linux for $10,000,000 or whatever the going rate is for over-inflated defense contracting. Where do I sign up?
Real wealth can only increase. -- R. Buckminster Fuller