A somewhat distanced but still interested view on the German Federal Election 2009′s results.
This is part 2 of a fast paced C++ tutorial for programmers familiar with high level languages like Python and Perl. We introduce the incredibly useful and versatile std::map associative arrays, a.k.a. dictionaries.
This is part 1 of a fast paced C++ tutorial for programmers familiar with high-level languages like Python and Perl. We start with the traditional Hello, World program, and show how to write custom stream input and output operators.
On an anti-surveillance rally, a camera caught police brutality against a peaceful protester on film. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? But who watches the watchers of the watchers?
The WTC towers may have been constructed with a self-destruct mechanism, which could have been unintentionally ignited due to a short circuit in the control wires, caused by the kerosene fire.
Spammers would be more successful by providing and distributing useful content (like pirated mp3s, movies, …) through their botnets in addition to their usual drivel, because people are easily bribed to endure commercials, if they are being offered something that they really want in return.
Why didn’t the F-15E fire warn shots in the Kunduz air strike to disperse the civilians surrounding the fuel tankers before destroying the vehicles?
Comparison of a couple of large e-book readers.
Because of their invites system, could Demonoid be a honeypot used to gather social relationships of torrent uploaders?