Keepass's better features:
Keepass is much more "do it yourself", Lastpass takes most of the hassle away at a cost of $12/year for some features.
Neither TFA nor the summary make it clear that this was just the Australia Red Cross. No indications so far that any other countries have suffered a similar breach.
what's to stop me and 4 friends from jumping out in front of the cars just to laugh as it crashes itself to "save" us.
This example is one of "malicious behavior", which is an issue for the courts. With any luck the "Just for laughs" comment would reach the judge.
It is not an example of malicious input. The car correctly sensed a risk to human life/health and correctly identified the best alternative to maintain its"prime directive". The vehicle's decision would have been exactly correct (presuming there were no better alternatives, such as stopping). An example of "malformed/malicious input" would be when the side of a truck gets confused for an overhead sign,
...Are we going to download the entirety of updates that have ever been released for Windows every month?
If you update online you get just the changes. If you download and install you get the whole thing.
Microsoft answered this and many other concerns on their blog last month. Your particular answer can be found in the comments.....
September 15, 2016 at 8:37 am
... Monthly rollup will grow to be about the same size as Convenience rollup update. If you install via WU or WSUS you can take advantage of the Express feature to just have deltas going across the network. Security-only update will obviously be much smaller.
I have long wanted to be able to place a credit limit on my phone such that the phone company will cut me off when I have reached my limit. Much like the credit card companies do.
I skirt the issue by using a provider that pretends to offer unlimited voice and data for a fixed monthly cost, but there are still issues of roaming, cramming and the like.
White tape pretty much blocks the intensity, but still allows the color to be visible.
Broadband refers to the bandwidth, not the technology. As of January 2015, the FCC defines "Broadband" as a minimum of 25/3 Mbps. Prior to then it was 4/1 Mbps.
There are technology efforts to boost DSL speed to Gigabit. Personally, I look forward to that as my cable provider needs a bit of competition.
"Almost certainly" is a bit of a stretch. Since 1900, the odds have been 72% (13 of 18) that a sitting president will be reelected (or elected to a second term in Ford's case). The eagle-eyed will note that I discounted Kennedy as he was unable to seek reelection.
How about an app for my phone that can send video and text to/from 9-1-1.
Imagine the situational awareness we could add in hostage situations.
I've never really understood why "the man" wants to make it hard for me to spend my money to legally access the content I want to watch.
Lets presume Neflix can identify 2000 European works in their existing global catalog. To attain 20% European content, their European Catalog suddenly becomes limited to 10,000 movies. This will be 8000 mainstream movies and 2000 European movies. Anyone who wants to watch Independents or Classics will be out of luck.
The real question is what the customers do next. Will they step in line and only watch the "Mass Media" movies? Or, will they find themselves driven to VPNs and PirateBay in search of the classics.
I think the bigger issue is a lack of significant competition. For example, look at cities where Google Fiber is even just a rumor. All the sudden, the incumbents start offering faster connections with greater bandwidth and for less money than they do in other locales. What we really need to do is to make it easier for Google and others to expand into more cities.
One of the most significant barriers to entry is that the telco and cable providers have exclusive use of the "low voltage" part of the pole. Requiring utility poles to be publicly owned and for space on them to be leased on reasonable and non-discriminatory terms to all providers would go a long way towards encouraging this.
I have never understood why macros need access to the Internet or to run an external program. Personally, I would rather be prompted if a macros needs to connect outside of the document. It would make more sense to me than telling me that a document is scary simply because I emailed it to my self via gmail,
"I never let my schooling get in the way of my education." -- Mark Twain