from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative spelling of black hole, especially in the attributive.
- n. A place where traffic is silently discarded.
- n. A bit bucket; a place of permanent oblivion for data.
- n. DNSBL, used to block spamming IP addresses – are often called "blackhole lists"
- n. A blackhole server, a DNS server that handles reverse lookups of invalid IP ranges
- n. A resource sink.
It may very well put the Acura ZDX and Chevrolet Camaro to shame in terms blackhole-like blindspots.
Gordon/puppet will indeed talk of a 'blackhole', but from the european govt with the highest level of borrowing this line is starting to feel slightly tired.
This secret "blackhole" could end up adding another £1,430 each year to the average families 'tax bill, it said.
Google should just "blackhole" all AP content and websites that host even one AP article.
Indeed, Mark's use of the "blackhole" storage engine is a good idea to eliminate that processing from each transaction.
(04: 51: 17 pm) My server is hosted on my computer please post again as that makes no sense. what do the times mean? why would you post like that? what is "blackhole"? does your ISP know you are breaking their terms of service by hosting a website on your home computer?
But, also think the SpaceX folks are going to be learning alot & the govt subsidized funding will eventually become a blackhole as well.
Were they being held indefinitely without charge in a place that was designed to be a legal blackhole?
She, and her constituents are a blackhole crushing America's future.
Bldgs being stormed all over #Cairo RIGHT NOW This is a people who have been in an information blackhole for hours!