Oh, how clever you are!
Oh, how clever you are!
How is the site offering security? If a bot can literally crawl/scrape your site, then given enough time, that is something a human could do as well. How is that data secure in any way?
You joke, but the Olympic Mountains are actually referenced in the United States code related to the Olympic Committee. Based on my reading (IANAL) it seems that it would be illegal to name a new skiing business after the mountains if it didn't exist before 1998.
Because social media/blog/web site best practices tell you that if you ask a question in your post you tend to get more responses. That means more page views. That means more ad views. And it worked - you commented. Sucker.
Oh, you asked a question and I answered too. Sucker.
Gee, you can't fit all 100% of programmers into a small geographic area? Some of them don't want to live there? What a crazy world we live in!
I'd bet 90% is a bit low for an estimate. Probably more like 99% of software developers work outside of Silicon Valley.
The reason the bots work on these ticket sites is because they are faster than humans. If they had to wait for humans to enter CAPTCHAs, they would lose all their advantage.
But there is an (incredibly narrow) realm in which the coin may land and balance, perfectly, on it's edge.
As Lawrence Krauss likes to say, "Rare events happen all the time because the universe is big and old."
All you've done is prove that the "parent" universe must be more complex than ours.
If it's a game, who says they're playing individual characters? Maybe it's like SimCity or Civilization. They are starting wars, advancing technology, and then sending in hurricanes for fun.
What's yellow and dangerous?
While you make a good point about the tracking in Windows 10, even the summary states that while Apple sold more units, they also had a bigger decline in sales than the industry as a whole, so you can't chalk this up to Microsoft fear/hate.
A car going 100mph can cover the length of a football field in 2 seconds. It's quite possible the speeding car wasn't even within view when they started pulling out and then suddenly it smashes into them.
It only takes 2 seconds to travel the length of a football field while going 100mph. The car may not even have been in view when they started pulling out and then suddenly it smashed into them.
But Facebook employees should feel free to do their part to support the candidate of their choice.
That brings up an interesting issue. How do social media sites such as Facebook handle posts by their employees? If I post something to my company's web site or intranet (even during off-hours) it better be both professional and business related.
I'm selling my beachfront property in Arizona.