"del" is a Windows command, not an application. It doesn't work the same way.
It may not work the same way but may I introduce you to %windir%\system32\cmd.exe -C del
Yes there is a typo in that command, so morons don't copy paste to test it and hose their computer.
Why bother trying to block facebook when they can just simply browse over their cell phones?
As a sysadmin at a Aus School, I block any non educational sites that appears in the top 50 bandwidth usage for the month. Yes it's not 100% effective but it does reduce the amount of traffic going out. Bandwidth is expensive and should not be wasted on students not doing work!
This reminds me of a recent story about a man on a British Airways flight who was asked to move seats. The reason? He was in the aisle seat and his pregnant wife was in the window seat. Between them was a child they weren't related to. British Airways policy assumes that all men are sexual predators, apparently, and thus men can't be seated next to children they aren't related to. No such problem with women. I guess all women are caring motherly types while all men are sex-starved perverts.
Anyway, he objected to moving and was yelled at and threatened by the flight attendant. Eventually, he moved, but he's now suing the airline.
I don't like sports, I don't like gossip, I don't like "faits divers", I don't like political squabbling. I don't care for most mainstream media "news".
Thus I'm ignorant because I don't care about this crap? So be it.
I need the time for the stuff I like and care about. For instance science, technology, entertainment, computing, bikes, etc. And all the stuff mainstream media usually don't report due to their political allegiance and political correctness. I'll leave to the "gurus" like the one who pontified about this the job to know all the mainstream media junk if that's so important for them.
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You're going to have a mandatory programming class? Christ it's hard enough teaching the kids to save Office 2007 files as 2003 and you expect them to comprehend programming? It'd be like trying to force everyone to do physics, a complete waste of time.
In less than a century, computers will be making substantial progress on ... the overriding problem of war and peace. -- James Slagle