I'm looking at Blu-ray burners for data backup.
Buy an e-SATA dock and some 1TB 2.5" hard drives. The $/GB might be a bit higher but it's a lot more convenient. The 2.5" drives fit nicely in a safe deposit box for offsite storage.
They could deploy a set of parallel domains like "v4.netflix.com" without AAAA records, then add a profile setting so that affected users could be redirected there without impacting anyone else.
I am not going to turn off IPv6 across all of my devices just because Netflix can't figure out v6 geolocation. For dual-stack customers, why not simply locate them with a v4 query and then let that user session send in IPv6 requests from anywhere?
The version I'm getting explicit states "Upgrade Tonight" rather than simply "Upgrade Later". You can see a screenshot here. They don't make it obvious but you can just close it with the X in the upper right corner and it doesn't upgrade; there's no "Don't upgrade ever" button. It's only a slightly dirty trick on MS's part - you need to train your wife to read better before clicking on things....and yes I know difficult of a problem that is, I'm married, too.
Am I too late to join this party?
Yes. Moose out front shoulda told ya.
Did they look at Direct Use of Pressurized Water Reactor Spent Fuel in CANDU? You can pretty much grind up the "spent" fuel from a LWR, pack it into new pellets, then burn it again with a heavy-water moderator. Those reactors can also burn un-enriched uranium or thorium.
How long can a lithium ion powered drone stay in the air?
One year vaper, previously 20 year smoker. I've had the medical labs done to show how much damage was undone in just one year.
At 41, I can run farther and faster, keep up with young folk better than most of my non-smoker friends of the same age. 3 years ago this was not the case.
FWIW, I tried changing "echo vulnerable" to "whoami" and it didn't work. In fact, it segfaulted!
Maybe a path issue? Try it with
On the system I tested, I do get a segfault but only after it has run the command. It's definitely not limited to built-in commands; "/usr/bin/man bash" worked just fine.
There is hardly a thing in the world that some man can not make a little worse and sell a little cheaper.