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Hate my life, it got me again ffs!
Hey hope your works going well in C++ are you still working in that?
I hope I did not sound offensive just I used to think the iostream was a group of classes when I was reliably informed out of my own looking into this stuff they really wheren't.
If you ever get stuck I have my blog which doesn't cover that exact thing because I kind of didn't think about including it.
But here it is anyhow, involves some of the high end stuff to why these languages exist in a roundabout sense: http://blog.jeremysmith.me.uk I did my degree in Computer Science at Leeds University and now training to be a lecturer at this very moment so to speak.
You dont really need any prior knowledge before doing the course at lancaster(if this is where you want to go). they build you up from the bottom. obviously, if you do have experience, itll just make the first few weeks easier for you until the rest of the student catch up, so to speak.
the course itself keeps changing so im not too sure what exactly is in there for next years students. however, im sure there will some sort of programming language tough(C or JAVA or Python) and some form of networking module. youll also get something about computer architecture(inner working of cpu/memory etc) and perhaps some form of assembly language(probably MIPS). there will probably also be some form of discrete maths, in which youll learn about set and stuff, which leads onto data structures such as queues stacks and graphs. hope ive covered everything
As I said, I would personally advise against running an exit node as this means you are responsible for any traffic coming out through it. This includes all manner of nasty things which can get you an early morning wake up call, if you know what I mean
A Tor node will always handle some kind of data, but whether or not the data is exiting the Tor network at your location or whether you are acting as a go-between ('bridge' or 'relay') depends on how it is configured. Traffic between all individual relays is encrypted and fully authenticated, so it can't be intercepted or decrypted very easily. AFAIK there are no serious risks associated with running a relay as traffic is just 'passing through' rather than exiting onto the net using your IP address.
IIRC you run as a Tor client by default i.e. your own connection is accessing the Tor network for yourself, but not allowing anyone else through. If you are using the Vidalia bundle on Windows, there are some handy buttons you can click to configure all of this and it's all very straightforward. https://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-doc-relay.html.en
How do you run as an exit node? This happens automatically if you configure Tor to allow traffic to exit on one or more ports e.g. port 80 (HTTP) for web browsing. If you're running a Tor node with no exit permitted, you're running as a relay. Running as an exit is potentially quite dangerous, but if you 'sniff' the exit node you can capture passing traffic to catch idiots doing things like online banking and sending usernames/passwords across the wire, then there are fun things you could potentially do. I don't condone this and have never done it, however.
Anyway, there's more information in the FAQ which may help: https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en
Sure, what do you need to know?
fuuuu... you're sig got me spot on.
Yeah second place would be good too.
I love his foreign policy and yeah like you said, he isnt interested in further building the empire. Yeah he can be a bit extreme, as some of his policies are unimplementable as congress wouldnt allow them.
Yup! I believe thats what makes people want to vote for Ron Paul, because the less media coverage, the more interested the public will be about this public figure.
Yeah lets hope they do!
Check this video out, i dont think its an official ron paul ad but still, quite interesting:
Hey! I see you created the NH caucus thread i followed your last one but unfortunately, i was banned so i couldnt contribute.
I am quite a massive ron paul fan too Hope he wins in NH
Did you see that clip on youtube where that soldier was silenced by CNN?
I couldnt believe my eyes. Then later, Dr Paul bought him up on stage
Now apparently the soldier has broken the law for supporting a specific candidate! ridiculous.
I didn't 'learn' really, it just sort of happened. I couldn't draw to save my life when I was 15, but I started doodling about 18 months ago and it worked, haha.
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