Study Says Fracking is Safe In Theory But Often Not In Practice
Medical expert Doc. Cottle agrees.
One bulb per household.
I don't think many households have 300 light fixtures in which they could replace bulbs.
RC1 still managed to corrupt places.sqlite (the History/Bookmarks database) when I tried to upgrade from Firefox 3.6, just like one of the last 4.0 betas. I had to install a portable edition of FF 3.6, open a backup of my profile with it, and set up Sync in both installations before I could use my existing browser history in the new installation.
Oh, and it now takes about 2 seconds to switch between tabs on a 3-year-old PC.
This is something I've never understood. Why on earth would you ever use a debit card when a credit card can be used instead? As long as you keep your account balance at zero, you have nothing to lose by using a credit card. And you gain a few legal protections against fraud; your own money generally isn't exposed.
Do debit cards have any advantages at all?
It wasn't the listing of the shared host that was the problem. It was the fact that the university's filters resolve URLs in message texts to IP addresses, and block messages based on that criterion alone, rather than merely influencing a spam score. If you get a bounced message like this, you can't even report it to an administrator on the university mail network without removing all the URLs.
Block lists are useful, but, as several people in this article's discussion pointed out, they're not accurate or granular enough to be used for deterministic blocking. And this particular usage, resolving link URLs to block messages, is illogical for many more reasons.
filter *URL's pointing to a PBL'd IP that are embedded in a message*!!!
My university does that, too. I run a student organization site that has a university subdomain, but is hosted on a shared host. The host inexplicably got listed in the CBL several times, and that screwed up email for the organization staff, and mailing lists for hundreds of students for days at a time.
I didn't realize anyone else used this brilliant filtering scheme.
The X and Y chromosomes that make up a genome.
Believe it or not, X and Y chromosomes aren't the only ingredients...
Statistics are no substitute for judgement. -- Henry Clay