Ask Slashdot: Best Software For Image Organization?
Based on my experience as an executor, you should pick the best one or two photos from each significant occasion, record the date, location and the people (forename and surname) it shows in a plain text file and trash the rest. Fortunately chronological order is both the easiest and best way of organising such a collection. Don't bother keeping pictures that don't have clearly recognisable people in them because it's only these that will be of any interest in future.
Then, when you die your kids will inherit a nice collection of ca 100 family photos complete with enough information to make them interesting and give them a context.
Sony Reportedly Is Using Cyber-Attacks To Keep Leaked Files From Spreading
And fuck Betamax!
UK MP Says ISPs Must Take Responsibility For Movie Leaks, Sony Eyes North Korea
To all of you who are sued for filesharing, you should ask the following proofs or you are not guilty or no copyright-violation has happened at all:[...]
The claimant does not have to prove anything to you they merely have to persuade a judge that, on the balance of probability, they are more likely to be telling the truth than you.
Stephen Hawking's New Speech System Is Free and Open-source
It's not what the words sound like, it's the sentences you use them to make.
UK Announces Hybrid Work/Study Undergraduate Program To Fill Digital Gap
So, you're an employer who is short of skilled labour. You sign up to a scheme that requires the skilled personnel you do have, let's call her Nellie, to spend a significant fraction of her time training a school-leaver who's been told to sit next to her for three years. After three years the apprentice says 'Thanks for all the help, I've just been offered a nice job with another company.'. Only a C-level executive would think that this is going to work out well.
This sort of scheme has been tried before in the UK. For example, when there was a shortage of physics and maths teachers in schools a decade or so ago. Long story short, it was paying early career physics and maths teachers a bit more that fixed the problem.
The Malware of the Future May Come Bearing Real Gifts
Not really. The nice/nasty thing about Apple's walled garden, depending on your point of view, is that if just one user notices and reports your malware doing something it shouldn't Apple can revoke the relevant certificates and it's game over within a matter of hours.
Since one also has to provide proof of identity and pay a subscription to get the certificates in the first place unless the author took a lot of trouble to create a false identity they could be tracked down and prosecuted.
Now, I am sure there are flaws in this system, but it raises the bar to the point that there are easier ways for a hard-working computer-savvy crook to earn a living.
Ask Slashdot: Dealing With an Unresponsive Manufacturer Who Doesn't Fix Bugs?
If your business needs a working VPN and your current supplier isn't capable of providing one you must to cut your losses and procure a new solution. And this time get someone who knows what they are doing to run the procurement process.
Once you have the working alternative in place let your lawyers try to recover costs if you must. But my experience, which is that the behaviour you are experiencing is what happens shortly before the supplier goes bust.
Justice Sotomayor Warns Against Tech-Enabled "Orwellian" World
You need to start taking your medication again.
UK's National Health Service Moves To NoSQL Running On an Open-Source Stack
As service-user I've always had the impression that the NHS database was a large Excel workbook and a load of VB macros written by interns.
TechCentral Scams Call Center Scammers
The author is overselling himself. You haven't scammed a scammer until you've got them to send a bag man from Nigeria to a remote Scottish Island to collect your investment in cash.
Among Gamers, Adult Women Vastly Outnumber Teenage Boys
There are, of course, roughly ten times as many women over 18 as there are males in the range15-18.
Linus Torvalds: 'I Still Want the Desktop'
And a techie's definition of 'working', i.e. drinking coffee and reading slashdot is still the same too.
Getting Back To Coding
So are its authors.
Ode To Sound Blaster: Are Discrete Audio Cards Still Worth the Investment?
By the time I could afford a high-end card, age had dulled my hearing to the point that I couldn't tell the difference.... :-(
Lectures Aren't Just Boring, They're Ineffective, Too, Study Finds
it is widely known that most humans have an attention span of between 10 to 20 minutes
It may be widely believed, but it's not true for people studying a topic that interests them. In this case their attention span is limited by hunger and/or bladder-capacity.
The oft-quoted 10 minute attention span is applicable to paying attention to material that doesn't interest the subject.
Could Google's Test of Hiding Complete URLs In Chrome Become a Standard?
... they bribe the state to criminalize the use of url's and make it compulsory to access websites only via a licenced search engine.
GNU Mailman 3 Enters Beta
DOJ Complains About Getting a Warrant To Search Mobile Phones
Surely the most likely outcome of your domestic security arrangements that you get shot by your wife?
Making Graphene Work For Real-World Devices
Another advantage that silicon has is that its oxide is also easily formed and controlled in process and is an excellent electrical insulator.
You Can Now Run Beta Versions of OS X—For Free
Good luck with this Apple, but in my experience the bug reports and feedback you'll get from Joe Public will be next to worthless. Don't waste your time on them; concentrate on what paid-up developers are telling you about your betas and fix the issues they identify first, please.
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