Will Ripple Eclipse Bitcoin?
Can we get this statement certified? http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/...
Navy Develops a Shark Drone For Surveillance
So is this the GPS Shark that is searching for MH370 ????
Google Proposes To Warn People About Non-SSL Web Sites
Sweet! Now I'll need to get SSL keys for all of my web basic administration consoles on my already secured private LAN, or else management will yell at me. This sounds GREAT!
Spacecraft Spots Probable Waves On Titan's Seas
And that same theory applied here on Earth: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G...
NASA's $349 Million Empty Tower
Also, see dupe for other info
Federal Court Nixes Weeks of Warrantless Video Surveillance
Interesting on this point.
One of the clients that I manage, the cops came to their house. They asked the resident to allow the cops to setup security video cameras in my client's back yard. The client's back yard faced the back yard on the next street over of a suspect of a crime (not sure if drugs or something else). The cops came in and installed all their own video equipment to point at this other house to monitor them 24/7, from my client's property, NOT from a public location.
So, this is like your scenario of someone turning over security footage from their own cameras, only taking it one step further because the cops installed security cameras on private property (with permission of course... but what did they DO get get that permission, I don't know)
Godot Engine Reaches 1.0, First Stable Release
Error 503: Service Unavailable
How Identifiable Are You On the Web?
Agreed! Page isn't loading, that was fast as hell.
For those looking for other resources tho, that DO load
Seagate Bulks Up With New 8 Terabyte 'Archive' Hard Drive
The question is though, what method are you using to test for these errors in the first place? How do you KNOW there has not been a read error occurring within the discs? This is a big reason why ZFS exists. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D...
FreeNAS 9.3 Released
The Case For Flipping Your Monitor From Landscape to Portrait
This article has the same bullshit mentality that Windows 8 Metro has... The assumptions that windows MUST ALWAYS be full screen. Guess what? I NEVER do this, There is no point in doing it. I like having my windows tiled on top of each other where I can see the corners behind which ever window I'm working in, so when the status changes in another app, I can see it instantly. Switch between apps is as simple as clicking on the various VISIBLE windows, rather than switching away from the apps, to the taskbar, then back to the apps (think about this task in a multi-monitor setup). And on top of that, their only case study seems to be for reading fixed-width content? The whole world doesnt revolve around just this one type of information display...
Bellard Creates New Image Format To Replace JPEG
Because it has never been done before? http://bstring.sourceforge.net...
An Algorithm To Prevent Twitter Hashtag Degeneration
Because the URLs to images and full articles that easily fit within the 140 character limits is absolutely worthless to the discussion...
Pluto-Bound Spacecraft Ends Hibernation To Start Mission
Perhaps it is!
"and sent a radio confirmation that it had successfully turned itself back on one and a half hours later"
Now we know where that gap in time came from.
UK MP Says ISPs Must Take Responsibility For Movie Leaks, Sony Eyes North Korea
In other news: construction workers building and maintaining city streets and highways are now held responsible for high speed chases.
Is Chernobyl Still Dangerous? Was 60 Minutes Pushing Propaganda?
If we're to believe Betteridge's law this time around... we're to believe that both Chernobyl is safe AND 60 Minutes didn't push propaganda!? NNNNOOOOO, I'M SO CONFUSED! I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO!
CoreOS Announces Competitor To Docker
And IOS is the operating system powering Cisco routers.
The Cashless Society? It's Already Coming
"It's bulky. It can be forgotten, or lost"
My wallet is on a chain which links to my belt loop on my pants. My wallet will not be lost. However, my phone doesn't have this same protection.
And seriously, how is a phone any less likely to be lost than a wallet? One of the two is out and about of the pocket a hell of a lot more often than the other.
Ask Slashdot: Making a 'Wife Friendly' Gaming PC?
Get a less noisy system. How hard is that to figure out?
Get a case that has one or two 120mm or larger fans for airflow. They generate much MUCH less noise than 80mm fans and still push enough air to keep the thing chilled.
Switch CPU/GPU fans to ones that only turn on when needed, and are off while the system is at a cool idle temp.
Switch your HDD out for an SSD, and use network storage for your bulk storage. Gigabit Ethernet is ~100MB/sec and so is a rotational disk, so you're not gonna see much different in performance here (assuming your network doesn't suck)
The People Who Are Branding Vulnerabilities
And to go beyond my computing age, let's have something a little older: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B...
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