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Women, the best freaking firewall in the world
1. One human cell contains 75MB genetic information.
2. One sperm contains a half of that; that is 37.5MB.
3. One ml of semen contains 100 million sperms.
4. In average, ejaculation lasts for 5 sec and contains 2.25 ml semen.
5. This means that the throughput of a man’s member is equal to (37.5MB x 100,000,000 x 2.25)/5 = 1 687 500 000 000 000 byte/second = 1,6875 Тerabyte/sec
This means that the female eggcell withstands this DDoS attack at 1,5 terabyte per second, and only lets through one(!) data package, thereby being the best freaking hardware firewall in the world!
The downside of it is that this only small data package that it lets through, hangs the system for the whole of 9 months!
So last week I posted an article about tricking Google Chrome out so that your most commonly used tabs will lock themselves into place so you both save space and don’t constantly have to reopen them. Well, I still use Firefox on main desktop computers and I wanted to find the same functionality for it. It takes a couple of plug-ins to accomplish it, but that is still a nice feature about Firefox, if it doesn’t exist in the browser functionality, someone will create a plug-in that does.
It never fails that after I go through several scenarios that would have been greatly improved by a handy little program, then I come across an article that not only gives me a recommendation for one, but multiples! I have had 4 different systems fail on me at my day job in some form or fashion over the past 2 weeks. If I had any of these in place beforehand, my stress level would have been greatly reduced. But oh well, you learn the best lessons when you have fewer tools to work with.
Here is hoping that you can prevent your next computer disaster by reading the following article and implementing one of the programs before it happens. Good luck!
As I have transitioned roughly 95% of my daily on-goings to being strictly in the clouds, I have embraced my two main browsers, Firefox and more recently Google Chrome as though they were my life preservers in the crazy ever changing sea that is known as the internet. Also being an avid stumbler… is being avid the same as addicted?
Anyways I’m getting off course, being a stumbler and having tuned my preferences to serve my wildly varied tastes, I do tend to get a large number of ‘you may not have known about the features of’ articles. I pass most of them because being a power user, I know most of the hidden abilities of programs. This one however caught my eye because it turns Chrome into an even larger part of my day. Having just applied to get the CR-48 to give it a merciless beating from my usage habits, it also gave me many items that I will be needing. Read about it at Guiding Tech: