|05/09/2018 - 2:41am||Spaceballs soon||
when will soon be now?
|04/23/2018 - 2:47am||wow.||
where are we in the rankings?
|04/15/2018 - 7:44pm||Are you fucking serious?||
What is wrong with you?
|04/11/2018 - 2:25am||thread over||
|02/25/2018 - 10:21pm||I love the islay||
lagavulin 16 is my go to
|01/04/2018 - 2:43am||practicing foreign relations||
practicing foreign relations
|09/23/2017 - 10:54am||Youtube TV has FS2 as well||
I recorded that as well.
|09/22/2017 - 8:57pm||LOL, I just discovered this too and have a thread below about it||
|09/22/2017 - 8:56pm||It's a streaming TV service with a Cloud DVR||
So it's just like watching at home wherever you are live, and if you can't make it live, you can record it to the cloud and stream that to your phone/tv wherever you are. It's really cheap too and has a one month trial. Has all the networks you care about. https://tv.youtube.com/
|09/22/2017 - 8:13pm||Youtube TV is your friend||
I just signed up for a free trial of youtube TV. This will do the trick.
|07/15/2017 - 4:23pm||don't waste your time at Texas||
miserable. games are six hours. they do serve beer though.
|07/14/2017 - 2:12am||I remember the walk off magglio hit||
believe it sent the tigers to the world series in 06 with a sweep over the A's
|07/11/2017 - 4:16pm||hey wd||
please unblock me on Twitter! the vw rules
|06/24/2017 - 2:45am||lol||
it will be hilarious when UC schools have to forefeit games in the South. way to go California. BTW the intent is fine. this will be pretty hard to implement
|06/01/2017 - 1:33am||you can get them on aliexpress.com||
doubtful they're authentic but you can do it. according to a friend.
|05/31/2017 - 12:26pm||he's got me blocked on Twitter||
so there's that
|05/19/2017 - 11:28pm||chugging some vouvray wine.||
|05/07/2017 - 8:53pm||I was there||
|04/19/2017 - 1:29am||Got a small CA Refund last year||
Forgot I had to claim it on my federal return this year. fuckers. I get it, but damn it. at least CA didn't tax my wife's unemployment or hit us with AMT. But hey the weather's nice and the dams are failing.
|04/19/2017 - 1:25am||Indeed||
Federal spending is much, much more than revenue. Medicare, Medicaid are a huge portion of "non discretionary" spending set to increase as the baby boomers retire. Fun times.
|04/19/2017 - 1:23am||pretty sure this was on Veep season 4||
Love that show.
|04/19/2017 - 1:20am||credits are different than deductions||
Deductions reduce taxable income. if you itemize you essentially get a rebate of whatever bracket you're in at the top marginal rate. I'm somewhat simplifying since the are limitations. credits are better because they just essentially add a dollar to whatever refund you'll receive regardless if you itemize or not which most lower income people do not. sign me up for some credits!
|04/19/2017 - 12:06am||lmao||
|04/17/2017 - 3:38pm||slack is also integrated with G suite||
|04/17/2017 - 2:51pm||you need "team drives"||
the ability to have the organization own the content exists in Google drive. there's also a new slack type product called Hangouts meet.
|04/06/2017 - 3:16am||worked at AWS||
agreed. bruising culture but nobody is more customer obsessed.
|04/01/2017 - 10:17pm||ditto||
sucks. also images and video do not embed.
|03/18/2017 - 1:12am||drinking Pliny the elder||
watched sparty, was depressed.
|03/04/2017 - 11:17am||plus one to that||
well done, sir
|03/03/2017 - 12:09am||I use the Google app||
search. it learns what you like. It sends you alerts and shows cards for your teams.
|12/28/2016 - 4:41pm||agreed it's just terrible.||
that whole organization is terrible
|12/28/2016 - 4:40pm||Copa was much worse than usual||
game on Friday, regular commuters too. felt like I was back on a subway in Taiwan.
|12/28/2016 - 4:35pm||definitely take vta||
that is all.
|12/21/2016 - 8:39pm||I lol'd||
that is all
|12/17/2016 - 12:49am||Pliny the elder on tap. So||
Pliny the elder on tap. So good. Also just took eight home. Mmmmmmm.
|11/17/2016 - 7:56am||Lmao.||
|11/11/2016 - 7:37pm||Pliny the elder||
Pouring out a good one for my grandfather who flew on a B24 during the first daylight raid on Berlin.
|11/02/2016 - 2:38am||I graduated from Texas for||
I graduated from Texas for grad school. Went to the Baylor game. Stadium experience is the exact opposite of Michigan. Game takes five plus hours and nobody shows up. Michigan fans have it pretty good. Although you can buy beer in Texas's stadium.
|10/12/2016 - 8:37pm||LMAO||
|09/03/2016 - 9:57am||Anybody watching near Traverse City?||
I was thinking of going over to the Blue Tractor near downtown. If anyone else has another location, that's be great too. We're just visiting so I don't know where the regular bar is!
|07/21/2016 - 2:30am||Haha. Well played sir.||
Haha. Well played sir.
|07/19/2016 - 1:15pm||Been working really hard on||
Been working really hard on my golf game. Down to a 2.6. Playing in a tournament called the "impossible open" this weekend. Partnered up with another one of my coach's students. We're going to try to win the NCGA mid amateur four ball this October in Pebble Beach. We probably won't but the chase is fun.
|06/02/2016 - 1:01pm||Very excited for Copa! I will be at the opener in Santa Clara!||
Very excited for Copa! I will be at the opener in Santa Clara!
|05/31/2016 - 1:52am||Used to be the head coach at||
Used to be the head coach at University of Texas Crew (austin). SaigonBlue is right on. As far as club rowing frankly it's Michigan and everybody else.
Put another way: If there were an AP poll for all rowing teams M would definitely be in the top 25.
|05/31/2016 - 1:48am||And only 20 scholarships...||
And only 20 scholarships...
|05/30/2016 - 11:17am||Agree with you. Their||
Agree with you. Their segments are usually right to ten minutes with both a national ad like Flo, who I now hate, and then Sam talking about lawn mowers for two minutes. I just skip them as fast as I can but I agree it is annoying.
|05/17/2016 - 3:17am||Lol. Clutch comment.||
Lol. Clutch comment.
|02/29/2016 - 3:07pm||Logged in to +1 Better Call Saul reference||
Well played, sir.
|02/18/2016 - 9:40pm||I'll do my best to summarize, but Ars Technica is your friend||
This issue is a big deal. This is not the same as wire tapping (to which tech companies have upped their encryption capabilities drastically)
There are two angles here. The first is technical. I'm in the field and have a bunch of experience working with enterprise customers who want a similar encryption scheme to what the iphone has. The second is legal. I'm not an expert at this but have researched the issue a bit.
If the 10 passcode limit is gone, then all you have to do to unlock the phone is try 10,000 combinations. Nobody wants that capability in the hands of bad guys.
The encryption used by the iPhone to protect its storage is a multi-tiered system. At its core are two keys, one embedded in the hardware and the second derived from the PIN. The hardware key is used to generate a file system key that is in turn used to encrypt the file system metadata. That metadata includes an encryption key for each individual file. That per-file key is encrypted using (indirectly) an encryption key that is derived from a combination of the hardware key and the PIN key. As such, without the PIN key, it's impossible to decrypt those per-file keys and hence impossible to decrypt files stored on the iPhone.
This way even if apple owned or possessed the device (see legal section) apple cannot actually comply with a request to produce data. There are a bunch of cloud vendors who offer this kind of service to banking customers, etc. As a consumer, you absolutely want this.
The entire text of the law is this:
"(a) The Supreme Court and all courts established by Act of Congress may issue all writs necessary or appropriate in aid of their respective jurisdictions and agreeable to the usages and principles of law.
(b) An alternative writ or rule nisi may be issued by a justice or judge of a court which has jurisdiction."
The government is citing a 1977 supreme court case:
"In the present San Bernardino case, US Attorney Eileen Decker specifically cited New YorkTelephone's "three factor" test. Those factors include the company’s distance, or "remove" from the case; whether the government’s request places an "undue burden" on Apple; and whether the company’s assistance was "necessary.""
Apple, and others probably would use the same argument against these three factors.
Even if the All Writs Act applies, it still cannot be used to accomplish the result that the government seeks. Apple does not possess or control the device. Rather, the government seeks to force Apple to take receipt of a device in the government’s custody and provide what are essentially expert forensic services for the government by bypassing the security on that device to extract data belonging to the device’s owner. This commandeering of Apple personnel and resources to do the government’s investigative work is materially different from asking a communication service provider to access or provide data on its network or in its possession.
Absent clear legal authority, Apple should not be compelled to act as the government’s ‘forensic agent’ to disable security measures Apple built for the benefit of its customers. Should this Court conclude that the All Writs Act does not provide such clear authority, then the Court should err on the side of caution and deny the government’s request.
Apple also will likely cite this dissent in the 1977 supreme court case:
The money quote:
The use of that writ by the judges appointed by King George III was one British practice that the Revolution was specifically intended to terminate.
|02/12/2016 - 3:09am||When I was coaching club||
When I was coaching club college rowing, every athlete paid out of their own pocket to go listen to me bark at them for 6 hours a day in Louisiana over spring break. And it was the best week of the year. The women's varsity team often hosted teams from ACC and SEC over their respective spring breaks. This is just ludicrous deflection from the scandals at Tennessee and Ole Miss.