I'd be remorseful - that red and shiny plastic would bother me every day. I also think the bottom plastic provides for horrible ventilation of the components. Do a kernel compile with concurrency enabled and listen to that thing turn into a jet turbine!
It just does not have the build quality I am looking for. Then again, "different strokes for different folks"!
I have been using "sid" for forever and a day to make sure that I had all the new "features" in a timely fashion. With all that Squeeze ships with out of the box, I can now run stable and still be functional. Great job. Is this not one of the fastest Debian release cycles?
Honestly, once it's in the cloud - you don't "own" it anymore. Even the government is re-evaluating how much they rely on the 'cloud'. I think it's terrible that a company can just up and say "we own this shit - it's on our boxes"
Any device that has such a tremendous amount of hype surrounding it is bound to fail to meet EVERYONES expectations. The device has it's role in the Apple ecosystem - and I am sure it will perform that role well. Plus, everyone knows that 1st generation Apple products aren't for everyone. Just hold out and 2nd gen should ease some of the tension. Personally, I don't see the benefit of such a device - - i must not be the target demographic.
I have to agree. It's especially frustrating when FEDERAL sites don't allow the use of complex (~!@#$%^&*-+) passwords. "Eight characters with at least one capital and one numeric" just doesn't sit well with me.
It is a known fact that driving 1 mile in an automobile produces more toxins than a lifetime* worth of heavy smoking.
Conclusion of the report is that;
In order for cigarette smokes to match the same amount of air pollution in the stated cities, it will require; (from report)
* 33 millions cigarettes per person each year
* 91,300 cigarettes per person each day
* 3,810 cigarettes per person each hour
* 64 cigarettes per person each minute
Honestly, these headlines of recent need to include the word 'jailbroken' - then I wouldn't have to read them. Really, who cares? If you're jailbreaking your iPhone , man up and secure it. It's no different than any other computing device.
When it comes to Power Point, Steve Lowe said it best:
Power Point, the Microsoft tool that encourages people to think and talk like fuckheads.
You can check out more in his book "Is it just me or is everything shit?"
Actually, we've found that "making an example" has been the most effective security measure. Call a meeting - "Tom here has decided to do $INSERT_ENDUSER_STUPIDITY, so we're going to take this time to show you what happens.." Then you just grab a hammer and smash fingers. Some people puke others just turn in disgust - regardless we haven't had a user click a fishing email in over 2 years.