Why not release hungry wasps into the space that have first been sterilized by a suitable dose of radiation? That way they'll auto-expire once the cleanup is done and not reproduce in the space.
On 16 October 2011 12:09, r.j.bra...@googlemail.com
> Well, they seemed a little less likely to happen...
Hi,I would discourage the acquisition of a hackcat for a number of reasons:
I think the problem of how to attach some kind of text to some kind of
cat is already well-solved, no?
And what exactly is wrong with a cybernetic cat?
Have you ever tried to patch a cat? They dont like it. They see you get the USB stick out, and they don't like where you put it.
And having an unpatched cybernetic cat running around is just a security risk.
It's ok, I've thought of that. The cat will run linux and sshd, and
it'll have wireless. We'll just ssh into the cat and run apt-get
No need for cat5 cables then?