Nevermind that. Does anyone know where he's being held? Because we need to send him his shirt.
Are a bunch of printers on the Internet with public IPs (a thought that previously has never crossed my mind, as it's not even a criminal offense...we'd need to invent a new category for it)?
Why yes, let's ban them, that'll show them. I'm sure they are disbanding as we speak.
Or Reddit just drove them underground, removing the possibility that their ideas could be challenged in an open forum. That's real smart, *golf clap*; why don't you try running for President next? I'm sure the US government needs your assistance in its follies.
Finally, a chance to use my alchemy toolkit.
How would you know?
Meanwhile the NSA has ordered up another ~50 million or so GPU cores for their latest encryption / decryption servers...I'm not saying that they could run the BitCoin exchange if they wanted to, but they totally could.
So, any particular reason for their psychopathy?
Yes, yes, MS playing musical chairs with browsers is a perennial favorite of those who live in the Windows world. But there is something waaaaaaaaay more important that needs to be fixed before fixing that: Indexing with Network Drives.
For the curious (or for those who are wondering what the current status of this bug might be): https://social.technet.microso...
"Problem creating/renaming a folder on a network share with Win10 Anniversary Update (Error 0x8007003B)"
Best Korea is a Republic. And a Democracy. You should come and visit...bring friends.
*Sigh*. If you read the article from the link provided, you would find that we have fosfomycin in the US, it's just not on the short list of approved antibiotics; it is, however, approved for some form of cysts...and its usage here would simply be an off-label usage. In other countries, it seems, it is on their short list of approved antibiotics.
Can we bring back HD-DVDs and the DIVX videodisc format while we are at it?
Thank you. To which I add "Kill it, kill it! Burn it with fire! Stop it before it breaches quarantine!"
In other words, we are going through the "Mainframe -> PC -> Mainframe -> PC" cycle. Let's do work locally! No! The next big thing is doing it communally somewhere else! Wait, people want more control over their data, and processors are a lot more capable now! Yeah! Ad infinitum.
*Edit: crying, not decrying. Except on Tuesdays.
Never buy what you do not want because it is cheap; it will be dear to you. -- Thomas Jefferson