Why the link to “Oracle Partitioning Policy,” is actually linked to the google search for it, and also what is ia in this line In Oracle’s mind, using VMware like this means ia customer could? Journalists no longer proof read even in businessweek, good I wont feel bad next time I do not proof read myself
That's very similar to what we were tought over here in Western Germany.
It might be interesting that this was one of the few things that were same before and after 1945.
Luckily, my parents didn't join the communist bashing, but had a nuanced view, and could justify why they were against communism, as it was manifest in Eastern Europe. But that was an exception. Many people from my generation found out that the authorities lied in some aspects about communism (and about other things) and concluded that therefore, a) the authorities were completely wrong, b) the communists were completely right. This is the Either-Or Fallacy ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_dilemma ), which by the way very much helped someone to seize the power in Germany in 1933.
>Microsoft warned that as of June 1 any program containing search protection functionality—code that tries to stop you from changing your browser or default search settings—would be treated as malware.
This, coupled with
Correction: After this article was published, Microsoft clarified that the version of the Ask Toolbar it classifies as malware is not the current version. The latest version of the toolbar will not be banned by Microsoft as it does not contain search protection code. PCWorld regrets the error.
makes the situation arguably worse than it was, since you can't even use a legitimate app to protect your start page, and Ask will presumably still reset it on every update.
Unless it gets worked around, which it will.
I dare say that such protection software will be fine if they allow you to set the protection level yourself - as in:
Don't do anything
Ask me if something wants to change this setting
Deny all changes automatically
Then set it to Option 2 upon installation and offer to change to either Option 1 or 3 upon showing such a notification.
In short: Do it the way pretty much every antivirus software currently works.
You know you love me, I know you care
But the end is coming, please be aware
You are my love, you are my heart
But apocalyptic floods will make us part.
Are we an item? Girl, quit playin'
All of my calendars are Mayan
Say there's another and look right in my eyes
Yeah well December 21st you'll be surprised.
I find it particularly funny how Mr. Oracle (in their own documents) compare almost exclusively to DB/2 on LUW and mostly ignore DB/2 on System z.
From my impressions, that is because "DB/2 special hardware not fair!"
And then, right on their front page it says in the bottom: "Hardware and Software. Engineered to Work Together".
the 100-word blurb just didn't happen to mention it?
Often the original documentation mentioned it, but one of the re-aggregators of re-aggregators chopped it off to “make it snappier” or in order to grind some political axe. On the other hand, most of the more direct submissions to /. seem to be just utterly unreadable dreck; the firehose is a truly dispiriting experience and you end up realising that the editors really do pick the best submissions by far.