You can irritate your underlings, you can abuse your power in a small company, but in a slightly larger one with Government contracts don't even get caught breaking the law. Not sure if this helps, but there are some things you just can't talk your way out of with upper management. Being a superstar just won't save you when you royally screw up.
Couldn't happen to a nicer guy. I wonder how that happened?
And to think some skeptics were going to say Trump's new cabinet was going to be completely techno-phobic and ineffective when it comes to actual "progressive change" and protections for the future [of]^h^h climate change. These guys actually know their physics! Eat Your Words Media! And keep in mind that Trump hasn't even taken office yet! Watch out ISIS!
Franklin would be at the top of the [British] no-fly list if he were alive today.
French and American, not so much. United States didn't exist until after he was a dissident, and most Americans would give him a pass on that remark. Besides, how are you going to look him up if he had not been allowed to return back and "discover electricity"? Archibald Spencer might disagree with that so called "discovery" thing, since he had been lecturing on the subject since '43.
I would think the profile idea would be a sound one, if it created a restricted vpn between known devices. But then that requires user intervention to configure what is allowed to connect to it. Without that information it should be a default deny policy to that port/ip. What I think we need is a simple API used to make associations between user IoT devices that are permitted to talk, and let the routers work out the details of how they communicate. Make it very simple for the non security aware user, to just point and click on registered devices that they own and assign a profile of permissions for non-owned devices to connect to. Let the routers having that API work out the cryptographic key exchanges with all devices on the IoT network.
Gates: There, fixed it to work better! (CP/M ==> QDOS Quick and Dirty OS, aka. PC-DOS).
IBM: Well, except all the arguments are all backwards. How do we ever fix that? How will we ever sell this thing? Nobody will ever figure out how to use it now...
Gates: Easy, I'll write a contract to force everyone to buy a copy along with the machine. Just like selling a car with an engine.
Unfortunately, the most annoying feature I want to remove most often is Windows(tm).
Which case is it, USA v. Shkreli Case "1:15-cr-00637" or "1:15-cr-00637-KAM"?
Any chance you would share the court records with us? It seems that the only "public records" I can find are behind a lawyer only pay wall
Unfortunately one needs either a PACER or PainSite.com login account just to check in on how you are doing.
Sorry, I'll keep with bitcoin than-you-very-much.
I'll just keep my old slow watch, thankyouverymuch. There already isn't enough time in the day to get everything done that I need to do.
Money can't buy love, but it improves your bargaining position. -- Christopher Marlowe