hahahaha not the best CEO.
hahahaha not the best CEO.
I assume people who live in the forest know how to run a chain saw.
You assume a lot of things. That doesn't make "let them burn" a realistic method of dealing with human lives.
C'mon. There are a million attackers 24 hours a day, for a network and data center architecture that treats security as an afterthought, and applications that are built as well as the industry standard. (smirk)
If you're referring to the book, I took great pains to leave the stories as close to how they were presented in the magazines as possible, leaving typos in. One story I got from Gutenberg had typos edited out, I re-inserted them. Five of them were printed in the bound versions of the book and PDF from cleaned-up scans of the original stories. I saw three in Leinster's story.
The mom&pop shops around here change ownership too much.
Well, that happens. Locally-owned businesses have to be better than the chains or perish.
In defense of medicine, it's fairly recently that they found that dietary intake of cholesterol doesn't affect how much is in your bloodstream.
satellites were considered economically impossible for quite a while.
Satellites were economically impossible for quite a while. When "satellite" consisted of Echostar, it was impossible for there to be enough ground stations to deliver a service like Dishnet.
It got better.
That doesn't mean that the economics or physical constraints on using drones to deliver stuff are going to "get better" to the point that it makes sense to use such a system. There are things where technology can be perfect and it still doesn't make sense to deploy. Like high speed raid outside a high population density area.
Hyperbole in TFS is getting tiring. As is the consistent failure to link to the actual source instead of some muckraking story about the source. For example, "Recent rules" links not to the actual Part 107 rules, but to a slashdot story where the headline itself is patently false.
that's why you evac. and who cares about trophy mansions in the forest?
And when there's a fire in a city, just evac and let it burn. Who cares about trophy mansions in a city?
How about "the people who live in them, and have paid their money to build them?" When did a house in a wooded area become a "trophy mansion"? A lot of the houses out in the woods are lived in by people who don't have a lot of money and have moved away from the cities because they prefer a different lifestyle. They're hardly "mansions". Sometimes they're barely livable by most people's standards. Sometimes it's an old mobile home. Sometimes it's not even that.
But it is someone's home. And their children live there. What arrogance to ask "who cares".
"That's what SHE said!"
Hooray! ARBEIT macht FREI, Windows Ten!
If we had a saner regulatory and tax environment like Canada or half of Europe today this would be the starting point for a lot of new small businesses. Heck, it's a great way for people to try new stuff, get OJT and possibly find a better career than the one they're in.
If they deleted it from their drafts folder, I would expect it to be clobbered from the backup system after the expired time
What is the "expired time"? Is there an RFC that defines this term?
simply because it is only in backed up files of the entire email database.
Drafts are not email, and are not necessarily in the "email database". I've written plenty of drafts that really are "just files", imported to the email client later.
So...it is in a separate database just for drafts (or all non-sent, non-received data)?
You mean, like, "files"? I think people want their files backed up. Yes, I'm pretty sure that most people would be unhappy were the server to crash and their files are all lost.
So it must be verified at the server end too, anyhow.
It's not for the sender to decide what's valid.
If you can properly manage RFC5322, there is no reason not to flag invalid syntax as soon as possible. The failure is people who ignore the standards, or are working in a job where knowledge of the standards is critical and they just don't care.
"Never give in. Never give in. Never. Never. Never." -- Winston Churchill