Yay, right back at ya!
Yay, right back at ya!
Reflective coatings...what then?
Its not the feds/locals.
Private companies use tech to do the monitoring, then sell the info to the feds.
Feds never do it. Constitution is not violated.
Ok, if I were assigned the task to obtain your 'info', heres how it would go down.
First assume you encrypt everything, and use a vpn, and we've not been able to usb/social into your systems or hear/see you type your password(s)...and your info is time critical.
Either we'd detcord into a wall (never through the door), and grab everything and be out quick, grabbing YOU if your there and it can be arranged.
Then, if your smart, you make sure your not there.
If your not, and your dumb and we know who you are, we pick up your family/friends and let you know all is good if you turn over the info we need.
If you ARE there, we get the info within the hour from you, no problem, if somehow your a 'strong' one, we pick up your loved ones and you get to decide when to give us the intel.
Just truecrypt your machine and use a vpn, then don't worry about the rest....
Keep it simple and hard to crack if they get everything, assume everything gets taken away, and make sure they can't do anything even then.
Of course, thumb screws will make you give everything up....if they are used on the right person
open source, 'secure'...
How about Telegram? https://telegram.org/
Write code in a way you'd like to read it, if you didn't write it and had to fix/extend it.
If you've been programming since the early 80's, you've probably had to go back to code you wrote 10+ years before on occasion.
If its written well, (haha) with good comments and variable/function names, you'll spend almost no time getting it to work again.
Clarity is key, avoiding writing code which makes debugging difficult, I often create a local var and pass it to a function when I could just put it in the function call. Why? Well, I can easily look at it in the debugger, the little extra effort of a local var gets optimized out anyway, and it makes debugging a LOT faster.
What if you could produce rocket fuel in outer space -- making it 83% cheaper?
Hey ULA, here's a unique idea for you, think how cheap space would be if you could reuse your rocket bits instead of burning them up!
Seriously, ULA is a big, overgrown fat, lazy organization....its days are numbered, trying to make headlines this way is a sign of its failure
They need to catch up with the competition before anyone will take their ideas seriously.
Now if only I could resize a whole slew of windows....I know its new tech, and very hard to do, but pulling at the edges of a window SHOULD let you RESIZE IT...
hold on to your gravy grandpa!
Just the most relevant example, the path window itself in windows does NOT let you resize it, there are also several in visual studio which have huge lines in them, but nope, can't resize them, they are the perfect size!
We need a Icon of Pants on Fire for posts like this one, which talk about imaginary things which do not exist.
Liar liar pants on fire, the raspberry PI is NOT for sale, the zero in the name is the number available for $5.00
Wonder how much a Iphone with one of these will cost...
Everyone else can just buy one and slip it in their phone, not hAPPLEss users.
Don't ever auto-start them.
Make them default to 3x speed, I cannot stand how SLOW humans are at speaking, and they have way too many 'words'...perhaps filter out the and's,or's contractions and needless drivel...
Oh, just get rid of the stupid things.
Check your facts.
Every little picofarad has a nanohenry all its own. -- Don Vonada