Temples are special to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ( often abbreviated LDS and nick named Mormons ). You can read more about why we build temples and what happens in the temples.
Another VM option for Mac OS X, Veertu:
Veertu is a 100% user-space implementation and leverages OS X for scheduling, CPU management, memory management and more. Since Veertu is the only solution that uses OS X’s hypervisor and VMNet framework (first introduced in OS X Yosemite), it is approved by Apple for sale in the App Store.
It is using Hypervisor.framework:
The Hypervisor framework allows virtualization vendors to build virtualization solutions on top of OS X without needing to deploy third-party kernel extensions (KEXTs). Included is a lightweight hypervisor that enables virtualization of the host CPUs.
I’m going to try this out with Ubuntu 15.10.
My badge for SkiPHP. The 3.5″ floppy is definitely old school.
This pattern — whereby political officials who are vehement supporters of the Surveillance State transform overnight into crusading privacy advocates once they learn that they themselves have been spied on — is one that has repeated itself over and over. It has been seen many times as part of the Snowden revelations, but also well before that.
It is all fun and games until you discover the large surveillance state is targeting you too.
Last month a Bloomberg article on malls ( These Malls Didn’t Get the Memo They’re Dying ) included data estimates from Green Street Advisors on how “An Apple store leads to a 13 percent bump in a mall’s sales per square foot”:
I imagine Apple trots out this number every time they negotiate lease rates for their stores. Some have half joked that at some point malls will start paying Apple.
If you have ever wondered how to run a WebPageTest test as an authenticated user on a site go read Using WebPageTest: Authentication from the 2015 edition of the Performance Calendar.
It isn’t hard, but it also isn’t always obvious either.
WebKit is changing tap timing, from More Responsive Tapping on iOS:
Unfortunately there is still a fair bit of waiting involved. First, the next version of mobile Safari, which means iOS 10. Based on previous schedules that should happen during 2016. Then we need come up with work arounds for the still fairly large number of iPhones that won’t be able to upgrade to iOS 10.
Add ‘de-couple mobile Safari from iOS releases’ to my iOS 10 wish list.
The “logic” behind
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + ... = -1/12.
PHP-FastCGI-Client is a handy tool for speaking the FastCGI protocol.