RobertScoble wrote: I couldn't figure out how to get into my Scobleizer account now that my Microsoft email address is dead and I forgot my password. I guess I could ask Charles, but figured I'd just change to a new identity.
Charles wrote: Scobs,
Please use your other account, scobleizer. I've updated the email address to the one you used for the RobertScoble account.
...and that my friend is lesson 101 of Social Engineering...we'll pick up tomorrow where we left off
Except he is the mod and can see the IP addresses so he knows if he posted from the same place or not for both accounts.
Do we really need IPV6? Sure alot of computers are out there but most of them are behind routers so there is only one IP address per router (If I am understanding and it's very likely I am not) and because of that you can cut down the number of IP addresses
Just some nitpicking. You read that OS X is unhackable, not the hardware and unless you mean it will be illigel for the 360 to be hacked I really doubt that it will be technicilly impossible to be hacked (It just may be more trouble then it's worth for
the average guy).
Did you change the codebase to use the "C++ way of doing things" versus doing the "C way of things" (OO and C++ features (Templates, operator overloading, etc.) instead of procedural code etc.) Or did you just make the minor changes you needed so it would
compile in a C++ compiler and write new code in C++?
I understand you can't rewrite everything in C++ but just wondering how big the change was.
Where the guy was talking about them having the tech to find dependencies for binaries I thought they already had that. Thats what Depends(Start->Run->Depends (May need Visual Studio installed, I cannot remember where its actually located...)) does.