How Does Re-posting Someone Else's Article/column/blog Work
Copying someone else's work wholesale, without attribution or compensation is plagarism/theft, while quoting or summarizing small pieces of a person's work with proper attribution is fair use. In between the two can be a gray area.I am not a lawyer, so I can't tell you exactly where the line lies, but I'd say this is probably arguably fair use. It cites the original article and author, and doesn't include so much of the original text of it that you wouldn't look up the original article if you're interested.
Aggregated digests of other sources is an old practice, predating the internet. The work of the new "author" is summarizing the source and pulling out the relevant quotes. Clearly, this could be done in a predatory or unethical way, but it has legitimate uses as well --being noticed by the right aggregator can make a person's career.
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Is it safe to transfer coins directly between exchanges?
I have used BITTREX, and I have transferred between exchanges (HitBTC, BITTREX, Binance). I am not aware of any risk, as this happens as a standard transaction between two wallets belonging to exchanges. I have even noticed, that the addresses change (maybe they use HD wallets). My use case was simple, that one exchange did not provide the altcoin I was looking for. So I was able to transfer amounts between exchanges, providing the target address. I did that with bitcoins, ethers and bcash. I haven't been asked by any of the exchanges, and can't remember having seen s.th. like this from BitTRex. I cannot say, under which circumstances this would be necessary, that is a question which might need to go to BitTRex. But I think it is a layer of protection for the users. Two many people sent their coins to wrong addresses, and then spammed the support teams with requests about their lost coins
RSA or ECDHE for key establishment?
Traditionally in SSL/TLS the client chose a master secret and encrypted it with the RSA key from the server's certificate. This is the approach used by the traditional RSA ciphersuites.However the problem with this approach is that it if the server's long term private key is ever compromised then at attacker can passively decrypt the traffic. In particular they can go back to sessions that they recorded in the past and decrypt them retroactively.So nowadays it is increasingly common to use "ECDHE-RSA" ciphersuites. In these the key exchange is performed by ephemeral elliptic curve diffe-hellman. The emphemeral bit means that the ECDH keys are only used for that one session. The RSA key from the certificate is used to sign the exchange to block man-in the middle attacks.This means that someone who steals the server's long term private key is limited to active attacks on future sessions, they can't decrypt passively.
Outlook: Name on security certificate invalid
So clients within your network resolve your exchange server as exchsvr.internal via AD dns WHICH DOES NOT match the name on your certificate. The cert works for clients outside your network because the DNS name they use DOES match the certificate. You will have to convince your internal clients that they are connecting to your server as extdomain.org.au its been a while for me in exchange management but. I believe there are two ways of doing it. This last command is not required on Exchange 2010:You can use the "get" version of the commands, for example get-ClientAccessServer -Identity exchange to see what the current setting is, and make a note of it first.Depending on the configuration of our network, even if they use the external address it is not likely that the traffic would go out past your gateway, meaning it should not interfere with external internet speeds
Redirect request to a specific https address only through VPN (OSX)
You can add a route for a specific host.Long version:
If you only use https://mail.company.com/ for this task then you can change the routing table to route all request for this host via a specific interface. In this case via the VPN.Using the shell the command for this would be something like thing:
route add -host IP_from_mail.company.com IP_of_VPN_gateway
Replace IP_from_mail.company.com with the IP of mail.company.com. If you do not know which IP that is try ping mail.company.com.This should work until your next reboot.To add it permanently you need to do some things which I can not test due to a lack os OS/X on my part. Googling seems to point to sudo launchctl load -w /Library/LaunchDaemons/setstaticroute.plist. However this is untested by me since I have no OS/X
Are there any reasons to put the domain name or company name in the page's title tag?
Only regard to branding. Otherwise, it does not matter. For example, if you are trying to brand the website, meaning you want the domain name to be recognizable as a brand, then yes. Put it in. Otherwise there is no real value that I can see.Branding a website is to connect the website name to perceived value. For example stackexchange.
com has a reputation for excellent answers to questions. This really only happens on sites that offer outstanding perceived value. Otherwise, if the site is moderate or light in perceived value, then branding may never stick and you have spent valuable space on branding that never happens. In this case, there is little to no value given either by users or search engines and the space used could have been better used to drive keywords.In of itself, placing the domain name in the title tag, description meta-tag does not seem to drive traffic without a strong brand
is the verb list a stative verb?
To list is a transitive verb meaning "to place someone, something on a list, to include s-o, s-t in a list".The past participle of the transitive verb, listed, can be used in a passive construction:The past participle can also serve in an "adjectival" function (broadly construed):The past participle of a transitive verb denotes a conferred state.The "listed" state has been continuous since 1972.
If the transitive verb in question refers to something in the world that recurs (like the annual charity ball invitation example in my comment above) and we want to emphasize that the action has been recurring, as distinct from being continuous, and we want to do so unambiguously, we wouldn't resort to a perfect continuous passive construction:For the sake of the example let's assume a stock's listing must be renewed annually.They would find another way to state the fact. For example:There are many other ways to say it, of course.
Redirect issue on first login with Stack Exchange OpenID to a Stack Exchange site
If you leave the site during login the returnurl is lost and you'll end up on the "default" page from /users/login (which is just /).For the Stack Exchange OpenId, if you use the embedded form you should be fine (just tested it):
Visit a page not logged in (the link at the bottom and the top are the same)
Click the Stack Exchange button (some extensions and browser settings break this, vanilla browsers should all work)
Bam, back on the question pageI also did the same flow with a new account (that requires a first-time confirmation), same behavior but with an extra "please confirm" page after "Sign In". Forgot to screen grab it.The TL;DR, if you land on /users/login with a returnurl set we do send you back to the previous page after login. If you somehow lose returnurl, then we send you to the home page by-design.
H3C MST BPDU exchange failing
TL;DR:Extended version:With MST (802.1s), only instance 0 is meant to exchange BPDUs. One of the best writeups about MST I could find is this one:http://blog.ine.com/2010/02/22/understanding-mstp/, Section "MISTP vs MSTP"Quote & Highlight:As for (R)STP interoperation with MST, http://blog.
com/2008/09/24/mstp-tutorial-part-ii-outside-a-region/ tells us (Section "The concept of CST and STP interoperation)So having the root of your MST instance 0 outside the MST region might lead to some unexpected outputs and topologies/trees for instance 0, but everything should still work.However, with your configuration, it probably won't. Please follow richardb's advice to sort out the VLAN-to-instance mapping between core and access. His way of putting it ("so for practical purposes, it's as if you haven't configured MSTP") explains readily why the access switch considers itself root of MST instances 1-5; it won't acccept the BPDUs coming from the core because the hash value does not match
Color factor for squark-quark-antiquark vertex
It seems that there are problems with charge conservation. There could be something mixed up about particles and antiparticles, so I'm disregarding signs, but b-squark has charge 1/3 and two quarks/anti-quarks of the same flavour have 0 or 2/3 (down) or 4/3 (up). Probably they are not of the same flavour, maybe they are from the same family.
For example red b-squark can decay into anti-blue u-antiquark and anti-green d-antiquark. This can be also interpreted as blue u-quark receiving red b-squark and becoming anti-green d-antiquark and so on component $tilde b u d H.c.$ in the Lagrangian. For chosen colour of squark and flavours of up-type and down-type quarks there are two possible combinations of colours of the quarks.
I don't know anything about colour factors, so in best case this is one half of an answer, but It's to long for a comment so I send it as an answer
What's the difference between queren and berqueren
While queren may be used interchangeably with berqueren, the word berqueren has a stronger connotation with acts of motion while queren is used more in a geometrical sense.If you google "berquert den Fluss" (Fluss river) you will mostly see search hits concerning entities (humans, animals, cars) actively moving from one side of the river to another.On the contrary, if you google "quert den Fluss", you will find search hits that rather discuss geographical situations in the sense that a bridge or street is crossing the river. Therefore, saying.
.is formally correct, as it physically crosses the river from above ( ber), but it also arouses the association that the bridge is an enitity that is actually capable of movement and is currently engaged in the activity of traversing the river.Would remove the connotation mentioned above and make it clearer that "the bridge crosses the river" in a geometrical sense
Explaining fractions in a consistent way
You can explain 3/4 as being three 1/4 pizzas. The denominator of a feaction generally represents howany parts we will break 1 into, the numerator counts howany of these parts we have. With this in mind it is not too much of a leap for a kid to conceptualize 5/4 as "five pieces of pizza each of which is one quarter of a whole pie". I would reccomend first practicing examplesthe where the numerator is less than. The denominator. You can draw pictures of arrangements of quarter circles and ask the kid to tell you in each case how many quarters there are. Finally draw a whole pizza and an extra quarter pizza slice next to it. If the kid is used to counting quarters they should be able to extrapolate that there are 5/4 of a pizza presented to them because that is how many quarter slices they see in front of them
How can I sync the draft folder in Outlook to our mobile devices?
I place this answer here because I can't find a suitable question. But I see this question has been asked a lot on forums.This answer probably doesn't address your question directly, but to synchronise outlook.
com (web version, former hotmail) draft emails with iphone/ipad, I found a little trick.Create a draft email on your desktop and save it in whatever folder you want. The first time this draft email will be synched with iphone. But when you adjust the draft email on your desktop, the new version is not updated in your iphone.To solve this, after you adjusted the draft email, just drag it to another random folder in outlook.com (e.g. drag it to deleted items), and then drag it back to the original folder.
Now the draft email is synched in your ihpone.It works the same the other way around, from iphone to desktop