In all seriousness, it’s a terrible idea. Sometimes, nothing will happen, especially if the update has been happening for an incredibly long time and seems to be “hung”, or zombie’d (No, zombie processes do NOT come back like some weird cybernetic “night of the living dead”).
“Is this Todd? Hi sweetheart, I have the five thousand dollars, I can send it to you immediately…”
Recent password hacks at well-known brands like Evernote, Twitter, and LinkedIn have shined a light on the problem of passwords, and how vulnerable we can be as a result of poor password choices.
The FCC, headed by probable Telco Henchman Ajit Pai, just voted to repeal Net Neutrality rules put in place during the Obama administration. These protections were enacted to protect consumers from having their internet traffic de-prioritized by Internet Service Providers for any reason, whether that be content-based, source-based or otherwise.
Recently, as one of our partners was calling into the office, he had to endure a brief hold on our VoIP phone system that was accompanied by tinny-sounding and objectively bad instrumental music. It was a painful and effective reminder of one of the “little things” that affects customer experience, and it got us thinking, why do we even have hold music at all?
Another Summer has gone by and pumpkin flavored coffee is back on the menu at your favorite coffee spot. Holiday commercials are in full swing and oh yeah, a new iPhone is out. Actually, two new iPhone models are available but let’s talk about the iPhone X. Specifically lets discuss the shiny new addition: FaceID.
Selosse, Clos Ste Hune, Bruno Claire, Fourrier, Leoville Barton, and more!
Now that David Sweat is back in prison, I would imagine more details will be revealed about the multitude of security breaches that allowed Matt and him to escape.
I was excited to ditch Spotify for Apple Music, primarily for the ease of integrating streamed/saved music from the service with my existing collection, and to better integrate with Siri while driving.