Yep, I think I know why no one wants to play me.
If she didn’t hate me before, she certainly hates me now.
I figure some of it is that it’s trivial to save the image and reblog manually or reblog with a screenshot.
Yeah, that’s why I said “secure as you can.” It may be trivial to you and me to do such a thing (being as technologically adept as we are), but I have a hunch that it isn’t trivial to many users of Tumblr. And why would we want to make it easier for such a thing, anyway? I know I’ve been burned more than once by the reblog feature, and I’m sure that many others have, too.
It seems like it should be such an easy thing to add: a check box that prevents other people from reblogging shit. How hard can that be? Private pics (boob shots and dick pics) that you would want to control as much as you can would be as secure as you can actually make it while still being able to share it with your bizarro Tumblr friends.
Google+ has this. What’s the fucking hold up, Karp?
98 year old dobri dobrev, a man who lost his hearing in the second world war, walks 10 kilometers from his village in his homemade clothes and leather shoes to the city of sofia, where he spends the day begging for money.
though a well known fixture around several of the city’s chruches, known for his prostrations of thanks to all donors, it was only recently discovered that he has donated every penny he has collected — over 40,000 euros — towards the restoration of decaying bulgarian monasteries and churches and the utility bills of orphanages, living instead off his monthly state pension of 80 euros.
If there is any man in existence, despite his past, deserves to be canonized, it’s this man.
Now I’m going to go into a corner and sob uncontrollably for an hour because what this man is doing is what we all should be doing, yet we have to look on the other side of the world to find someone actually doing it.
(via bourbonismycopilot)Source: awkwardsituationist
So I may or may not have made a joke that a guy I know could only get laid with duct tape, a bag of candy, and an Econoline.
Oh, yeah, I’m totally going to Hell.
Six seconds well spent.
It was. It was.
This cracked me the fuck up.
If you don’t laugh at this, there is seriously something fucking wrong with you, and you need to get that shit checked out, probably by a proctologist to remove that stick that’s up your ass. Just sayin’.Source: pleatedjeans
RAM on each of the three machines I’ve tested. If the VBScript is non-interactive, the .tmp file is created (and subsequently deleted) and McAfee screams that you can’t execute a script in %temp%. If the VBScript is interactive, no .tmp file.
My developer doesn’t know why it’s happening either. So I don’t feel too bad…
Omg, 5&57, youre letting me down! As far as your question, *.tmp files are cache files, and are part of the hdd cache system. Its usually an indicator that the system is running out if system RAM
Yeah, this is one (of many) reason(s) I stopped using McAfee (other than the fact that it was a bloated pig). According to wikipedia, the system uses temp files to
temporarily contain information while a new file is being made.
I’m imagining that’s what you’re attempting to do with the VBScript. This is to prevent VBS from making unwanted changes to your system, but since you’ve developed the Script, these are changes that you want.
Have you tried digitally signing the script? I’m not sure how much it would help, but everything I’ve seen indicates that if McAfee encounters a digital signature that checks out, it’s cool. Do a search on your PC for SELFCERT.EXE. That’s the cheapo route, unless you want to go whole hog and buy a commercial cert. I’m not sure how much a commercial cert will cost.
Or, you could go this route: http://jpan613.wordpress.com/2011/09/07/signing-vbscript-and-powershell-script/
I hope this helps. If not, I’ll be incredibly sad. :(Source: fifthand57th
SAN FRANCISCO — Will Yahoo buy Tumblr?
Well, it was fun while it lasted.