One bug in an SMTP server can open up the whole machine for intrusion.
From day one, I have always been open about my sexual orientation.
Don’t waste today by talking about yesterday until it’s finally tomorrow.
I think part of what makes someone a great actor is being able to walk into a situation emotionally available and open, and have all your guards down, and just have that level of trust and security in yourself to know that you could walk out on that limb with someone else and be safe.
I am in the public eye, and I accept that my actions may be open to question.
Talking about Apple v. Microsoft without mentioning the Internet and the browser is like talking about WWII without talking about the nuke. Framing the conversation just in terms of open v. closed operating systems, the quality of the hardware or software or who the CEO was, is silly.
All sorts of factors contribute to what Facebook or Twitter present in a feed, or what Google or Bing show us in search results. Our expectation is that those intermediaries will provide open conduits to others’ content and that the variables in their processes just help yield the information we find most relevant.
I am always in quest of being open to what the universe will bring me.
I’m exceptionally open with my own parents, and they’re exceptionally open with me.
Before the operation on my left hand I wasn’t able to stretch my fingers open all the way. I’ve never had very big hands, but I could do the splits with them. Eventually I couldn’t any more. I had a twisted tendon in my little finger that prevented me from being able to stretch.
I’ve never tried to be anything but me. Even with Slipknot, where it can almost feel like a roll sometimes, it’s still a part of who I am. It’s a very strong and passionate part of who I am, and I’m lucky enough to have an audience that is really open to what I do.
Well, yeah, but I probably wasn’t as open about my desperation.
Be simple, don’t carry the baggage the past, open your hands, and let it go.
Vince or Brad or Benicio would say, Maybe we should try this, and Guy was open to changes.
In the dark you hear movement—a squeak, a hiding. The heart opens, closes, opens.
Only keep still, wait, and hear, and the world will open.
No, I come for a hippy lifestyle, it’s very open; my parents are both hippies.