@tindall And you know they'd block websites within Safari if they thought they could get away with it :/
@anarchiv If a system is secure, it's hard for outside parties to "break in" (i.e. encryption, physical locks, air-gapping networks).
There's different facets of safety (memory safety when programming, fuctional safety for machines, probably others I'm forgetting/don't know in the first place), but it boils down to preventing (or at least reducing the likelihood of) harm.
@anarchiv I mean, in an industrial setting, safety is explicitly that. Whether via hardware (lockout/tag out, sensors that disable a machine when a human is nearby), software, or regulations (the manual tells you to *not do* things that might harm you).
I was under the impression that Knox is more of a *security* feature, which is a different, but also sound, argument.
It's also reasonable to argue they've gone too far, given the comparably small risk, but it's not *not* safety.
@owl I hate that there's now two that match that description:
Synth anime soundtrack that sounds like an 00's console game.
@polychrome Damn, that's a Bop!
Have you watched Vandread? I only got a few episodes in, then it dropped off my radar (similar thing happened with Nadesico...)
I've got an iPad Air 2, 64GB, with a red Smart Cover, that I'd like to get rid of and get a newer one. Works flawlessly, battery is fine, has a tiny nick on the front bezel.
Any Germany based followers want it?
Apple would give me ~120€ if I traded it in, so anything more than that (plus shipping) I'd be stoked with!
I like robots, obsolete technology, and terrible puns.
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