Some articles on block access, access, block:
... The court ruled that the defendants could block access to their payment system, but they could not block access to the Internet, and therefore could not block access to the infringing websites nor to the search ...
... computer usually uses its input/output channels to access secondary storage and transfers the desired data using intermediate area in primary storage ... The time taken to access a given byte of information stored on a hard disk is typically a few thousandths of a second, or milliseconds ... By contrast, the time taken to access a given byte of information stored in random-access memory is measured in billionths of a second, or nanoseconds ...
... Currently, the only websites ISPs are expected to block access to are sites the Internet Watch Foundation has identified as containing images of child pornography ... However such a platform is capable of blocking access to any website added to the list (at least, to the extent that the implementation is effective), making it a ... indicated that it has considered requiring ISPs to block access to articles on the web deemed to be “glorifying terrorism”, within the meaning of the new Terrorism Act ...
... Common structure of the first 25 bytes of the BIOS Parameter Block (BPB) used by FAT versions since DOS 2.0 (bytes at sector offset 0x00B to 0x017 are stored since DOS 2.0, but not always used before DOS 3.2, values ... support only two FATs in their built-in disk driver, but support other FAT counts for block device drivers loaded later on ... Unused for drives, which don't support CHS access any more ...
Famous quotes containing the words access and/or block:
“Power, in Cases world, meant corporate power. The zaibatsus, the multinationals ..., had ... attained a kind of immortality. You couldnt kill a zaibatsu by assassinating a dozen key executives; there were others waiting to step up the ladder; assume the vacated position, access the vast banks of corporate memory.”
—William Gibson (b. 1948)
“Dug from the tomb of taste-refining time,
Each form is exquisite, each block sublime.
Or good, or bad,disfigurd, or depravd,
All art, is at its resurrection savd;
All crownd with glory in the critics heavn,
Each merit magnified, each fault forgiven.”
—Martin Archer, Sir Shee (17691850)