6 posts • joined 31 Mar 2008
I suppose it didn't help when he protested his apprehension with the comment "This sucks..."
Yea, it figures...
... just another example of DMCA abuse. Abusing the law to get their identities... Now it can be mangled into a nice privacy invasion for subversive elements to powerful organizations... Or, rather, wealthy ones (in the US those two are synonymous anyway). If there ever was doubt that the DMCA is too damn vague, this should drive that point home.
And the lawyers are making a fortune. Again.
More difficult indeed...
... since most BIOSses are integrated in the far east. In countries like Taiwan and... China?
When will they learn...
... that resistance is, indeed, futile. The IT Infrastructure in the new building will be built to Simon's spec. Whichever spec that may be.
'Though on a bright note, bloodstains on slabs are typically covered up well by carpeting.
Ahh, so they -are- electro-savvy...
... was wondering about that. Microelectronics is one thing, but nothing quite gets a person started like half a KV through one's groin. I'm wondering how effective that EM emitter is... could be interesting to see some peeps fall over as their pacemakers are literally ripped from their chest. Mhhh...
On the revolving doors idea
... I could think of a few things that could be quite interesting regarding them revolving doors. Of course, a few tweaks to the revolving engine to allow for... mmh... blockage purging. (Read: Revolving doors that multitask as ventilation devices for the entire building...)
Add to that the security shutters... and you got yourself one Beancounter Blender Deluxe. Mrow!
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