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+DreamHost or anyone else who knows. What us the deal with Premium web domains? Who owns them and who determines their value?
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Read two reports recently of people being attacked and robbed while wearing Google Glass. All I can say is that if you think that someone's tech gives you the right to touch that person or to take something from them because you dislike it, you are a sick person.

Change the scenerio a little. I'm going to replace "Google Glass" with "cat"

They ran up, took the cat off the person, then ran down the street. When the person caught up they smashed the cat into the pavement... ruining it.

I mean, damn... that's brutal... In one of the instances the lady recovered her GG but when she got back to the bar she was at her purse, phone, and wallet had been stolen.

I'm not someone who would wear Google Glass and I'm something of a privacy prude, but I mean damn.... what is wrong with some of these people?
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Open carry would work better
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Why would the top work and the bottom not work when both the .png and the .html reside in the same folder?
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The current folder isnt "dir"
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I read this on wired, here is my response, I'll finish the article tonight.
 
I didn't read the whole article but I read about half of it. They seem to be suggesting that the problem is a lack of man power contributing to core software (such as OpenSSL) although I agree that this is a problem, it's easily solvable. Every company who relies on open software would be wise to contribute code to said software. Dedicate one or two developers to review and contribute to the open standards their businesses depend on. Any other course is irresponsible. (The exception being small businesses who don't have the man power to do so, but these should still try to review these programs given the opportunity.)
It's no surprise that a small bug could cause such huge problems. What's amazing, however, is that the code that contained this bug was overseen by only one full-time paid employee.
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To me, it seems irresponsible to not participate in the code base you are relying upon. I understand small shops not being able to due to man power constraints but if you're a medium to a large shop you should at least have 1-3 devs working on related FOSS projects full time, imho.
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done backing up the posts I wanted to grab. cool
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manually backing up my site.
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New post up at my site, check it out!
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I did a lot of code clean up and a lot of learning today thanks to some fine folks on IRC. I could really use some code review if you are knowledgable. HTML and CSS best practices (I learned about WHY an alt tag is important and why my 404 redirect page wasn't loading images properly. It's really fascinating. Also learned some more about headers and how/why to use them. bold vs strong. there is so much!
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I didn't read the whole article but I read about half of it. They seem to be suggesting that the problem is a lack of man power contributing to core software (such as OpenSSL) although I agree that this is a problem, it's easily solvable. Every company who relies on open software would be wise to contribute code to said software. Dedicate one or two developers to review and contribute to the open standards their businesses depend on. Any other course is irresponsible. (The exception being small businesses who don't have the man power to do so, but these should still try to review these programs given the opportunity.)
It's no surprise that a small bug could cause such huge problems. What's amazing, however, is that the code that contained this bug was overseen by only one full-time paid employee.
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finished the article and still have the same opinion.
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Ok guys, still some bugs to work out but: IT'S ALIVE!
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Learning a little every day.
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I'm a public learner. Thanks to having many educators in my family, a bit of past experience as an instructor with the Air Force, and a desire to help others I believe that the best way to learn is publicly. This way other people can learn with you and can even step in and help you learn more. I know that the times I learn the most about something is when I'm teaching it to someone else. That is why I created MechanicallyMinded.net It's so I can learn my job as a mechanic publicly and grapple with the things I learn in a way I hope A) helps me learn better and B) helps someone else along the way.

Other than that I'm interested in technology, particularly Linux and Android. I'm a huge Arch Linux fan. I'm also closely following SolusOS's development and progress as a distro. I've sworn off Microsoft, Apple, and Canonical products for the time being due to disagreements with the companies practices. I believe in Free Software but also believe that the consumer needs to be free to decide whether or not to use proprietary technologies.
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Creating and sharing at MechanicallyMinded.net Created AndroidInsomniOS Linux distro.
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