2016年3月30日 星期三

wall, firewall, Golden Shield Project

The theory is universal, but you will be talking to the wall if people can not see the theory applying to their jobs. (WWS)

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大陸官方日前公佈《中國互聯網域名管理辦法》修訂版草案,擬進一步收緊對互聯網的控制管理,禁止大陸境內的服務商,為用戶接入未在大陸註冊的境外網站。有大陸分析人士指出,由於中國國內最主要的域名註冊商分屬阿里巴巴及騰訊旗下,新規或令外國與大陸網企,均受到阿里巴巴及騰訊的控制。

firewall 

Pronunciation: /ˈfʌɪəwoːl/ 

NOUN

1A wall or partition designed to inhibit or prevent the spread of fire.
1.1Computing A part of a computer system or network which is designed to blockunauthorized access while permitting outward communication.
1.2another term for Chinese wall.

VERB

[WITH OBJECT] Computing
Protect (a network or system) from unauthorized access with a firewall:(as adjective firewalleda firewalled network(as noun firewallingour security products offer integral firewalling
wall

n.
  1. An upright structure of masonry, wood, plaster, or other building material serving to enclose, divide, or protect an area, especially a vertical construction forming an inner partition or exterior siding of a building.
  2. A continuous structure of masonry or other material forming a rampart and built for defensive purposes. Often used in the plural.
  3. A structure of stonework, cement, or other material built to retain a flow of water.
    1. Something resembling a wall in appearance, function, or construction, as the exterior surface of a body organ or part: the abdominal wall.
    2. Something resembling a wall in impenetrability or strength: a wall of silence; a wall of fog.
    3. An extreme or desperate condition or position, such as defeat or ruin: driven to the wall by poverty.
  4. Sports. The vertical surface of an ocean wave in surfing.
tr.v., walled, wall·ing, walls.
  1. To enclose, surround, or fortify with or as if with a wall: wall up an old window. See synonyms at enclose.
  2. To divide or separate with or as if with a wall. Often used with off: wall off half a room.
  3. To confine or seal behind a wall; immure: “I determined to wall [the body] up in the cellar” (Edgar Allan Poe).
  4. To block or close (an opening or passage, for example) with or as if with a wall.
idioms:
off the wall Slang.
  1. Extremely unconventional.
  2. Without foundation; ridiculous: an accusation that is really off the wall.
up the wall Slang.
  1. Into a state of extreme frustration, anger, or distress: tensions that are driving me up the wall.
writing (or handwriting) on the wall
  1. An ominous indication of the course of future events: saw the writing on the wall and fled the country.
[Middle English, from Old English weall, from Latin vallum, palisade, from vallus, stake.]
wallless wall'less adj.

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