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- 12-16-2008, 07:20 AM #1
- 12-16-2008, 04:27 PM #2
I agree. Maybe they are having issues on Train Scheduling...
- 01-03-2009, 09:28 PM #3
Cheap Booze, better than Mad Dog 20-20.
At least it was not changed to "hpgvdlzpvstfmg"
- 01-04-2009, 02:46 AM #4
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Still don't take a discussion about that, how to implement all those things. We have to choose some to build those images and have to do a lot. Once all of us gathered we are responding all of those quickly.
- 01-04-2009, 06:52 AM #5
I'm sorry. Changing the slogan should take five minutes, even if you have to find the graphics program to change the top image.
Taking a week or two because you are busy, I can see. But its been four months.
Another java oriented site has a total of 1,874,485 messages and 181,372 registered users, yet they make no claims of being the largest.
- 01-04-2009, 05:38 PM #6
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Yes you are right. But in this case I've nothing to do is lol. Different moderators have different task to do on such forum enhancements. Actually Captain start to talk about this matter and still he not decide how to work out that banner. Actually we didn't discuss about that how final image looks like.
Still we have done is collect the poll results from all our members.
Sorry lol, we have to wait until all of them are back to here. Specially our administrator.
- 01-08-2009, 08:02 PM #7
not provide any obvious benefit beyond a sort of warm object-oriented glow
If anyone is serious on doing work in this thread, you need to go read "Programming the Universe" by Seth Lloyd before you go any farther, else you will be clueless and adrift in an Information C ( sea of information ) Lest you read that book, haste will make waste, be informed that author holds a Doctorate, teaches at a World Class technical facility, and has a cite list in the back of the book running for pages - pretty much nothing but Ph.D's - often teaching - who would gather to this conversation like fire-flies in the night.
As I write this, I sat down to do real work in real cases. I will use Fabricated Funnies as a name generation tool to keep us from getting hit by "The Latest Software" .....
The Clerk for Precinct 4 called me this morning, Mighty Bold ( an attorney firm doing a hundred cases a second ) has filed Cuttham, Burnham and Runn L.L.C.v Bocephus Brainless in Judge Glasswall's Court - respondent lives in Temple of the Damned, that should go to Judge Poisin Ivy. Now, because Mighty Bold has on the cover sheet for the filing a letter to the Clerk stating for the case to be filed in Precinct 4.
Several issues are at the Bench here, but if I screw up - I'm the one that takes the Hickey Home. In the middle of this, I take a call from Willie B. Gone, stating that due to only short term memory being left after being hit too many times in concussive events at Bridge of Warr - respondent will call me again this afternoon. If I'm driving, Department of Protectorate Safety will not allow me to take the call while driving. If I stop outside of the traffic lane, Pizza Delivery supervisor will have some delivery driver behind me who already has set up a Crash Course in Collision Avoidance.
/* The return value is semi-phony. */ /* 'tas' sets bit 7 while the return */ /* value pretends bit 0 was set */ __asm__ __volatile__( "tas %1@; sne %0; negb %0" : "=d" (oldval) : "a" (addr) : "memory"); return oldval;
/* Define word and signed_word to be unsigned and signed types of the */ /* size as char * or void *. There seems to be no way to do this */ /* even semi-portably. The following is probably no better/worse */ /* than almost anything else. */ /* The ANSI standard suggests that size_t and ptr_diff_t might be */ /* better choices. But those appear to have incorrect definitions */ /* on may systems. Notably "typedef int size_t" seems to be both */ /* frequent and WRONG. */ typedef unsigned long GC_word; typedef long GC_signed_word;Java Code:
/* OS has SUNOS5 style semi-undocumented interface to dynamic */ /* loader. */
There, an applicant to the Legion of Doom introduced me to the Arachnoid Secuity Model. There is a species of Arach known popularly as "Death" - on the underside of this spider is an Hourglass in 56/44 proportions, having a wavelength of about 590 nm. Using a four of five redundancy, if any four of your security basis are still working - from a total of five - the system functions. In other words, you can totally lose one of five basis for security and still be at an effective 100% ...
Each of those four pairs of legs is balanced in an engineering sense. If too many legs become unbalanced or something, we don't measure time trying to get away from the hourglass.
Okay, let's move on. At Camp Code Puppies, all the inductees and all the indoctrinators are insisting that everyone cast their 32-bit pointers to 16-bit pointers and go through the non-renetrant portal to the Happy House at the top of the Flight of Stares, just across The Bridge of Warr.
Jack with me folks, I just wrote them sunzabitche's legal department a letter ( several of them actually ) and they took me off their mailing list.
Doing that, taking a week or two because I am busy, I can see four months worth of mail piling up in ten days....but I know their game. Those people, in actuality a real and present risk in Infosec, insist everyone use Approval. Recently reviewed by Sweet and Soft, Approval uses security codes, passwords, electronic signatures or other similar devices to authenticate his or her identity.
We would be negotiating Trade and Tarriff's with Shell Hookers at 14th & K, taking the completed work to an undisclosed operative in DC-NW. Known as Deepwell, any information passed to that Agency would go through a one-way door into the Temple of Doom. Most people do not even know of the existence of the agent, dressing in finest Moehairs from dead enemies in Information Warfare our drop moved freely inside the Beltway as an Adjunct General for Helios Helicopters.
These machines are popular in Tradecraft due to their insistence on stripping off all control codes before electronic authentication begins.
..... gotta go to work - to be continued.
Last edited by Nicholas Jordan; 01-08-2009 at 08:58 PM. Reason: bold tags
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