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* Posts by Marco Mieshio

23 posts • joined 4 Jul 2008

Obama+world pays tribute to Steve Jobs

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Say hello to the big man upstairs

I think he will be making even better iphones now he has passed over. They may even function as phones !

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Anonymous Twitter alternative developed for rioters

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Media Blackout

So why has the wall street mayhem not reached the mainstream media? I think we all know the answer to that and I for one am glad that alternatives are being used so that these types of demonstrations can rightfully continue. Times are a changing and we should not stop the momentum because the controlled media says so.

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NHS loses CD of 1.6 MILLION patients' records

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Here we go again

Why oh why do we still copy sensitive data to CD and PEN drive. Incompetance is the only reason I can think of.

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Schoolkids learn coding at GCSE level in curriculum trial

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In my day

In my day, programmers wore sandles and chequered shirts and had beards. Now they wear suits, play hardcore music and think facebook is great. The difference between then and now is that to work in computing you no longer need to be intelligent.

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Securo-boffins call for 'self-aware' defensive technologies

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Terminator

Anyone that has seen this film or others like it are acutely aware of the possibilities. You can't stop progress, so they say but lets face it self aware anything is dangerous and without doubt result in some disaster of some sort or another.

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Aussie Sex Party takes the whip to .xxx domains

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Brand Protection

Once you have trademarked all denominations of sheep and beer then australia should be protected. I guestimate this to be $398 based on Merino Sheep and XXXX Beer.

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British warming to NUKES after Fukushima meltdown

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Oh really

I do not believe for one minute that confidence in Nuclear Power has gone up. Who did the survery BNFL? Who wrote this article the Atomic Energy Agency. Flattering people to make them look more intelligent than someone else is a NLP tactic. The end result being you sell them an idea by making them feel good about themselves. Not me, nuclear fuel is dirty, I mean really dirty and not article, especially one that is not scientific, will change my opinion of this.

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Parliament has no time for 100,000+ signature e-petitions

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Appeasement

The E-Petitions site was always a way for people to vent their spleen and blow off some steam. The government never gave it any credence and will never give it any as it hopes once people have had a moan they will feel better. The truth is the government is now so out of touch with the electorate that whatever they are so very busy doing, you can bet that it has nothing to do with domestic issues are more to do with how they can conquer the middle east.

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Much of the human race made up of thieves, says BSA

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Big Brother

Developing Countries Pirates - No way

In order for developing countries to get on they have to beg, steal and borrow so it is no suprise this report shows them to be the worst pirates. If large corporations and western civilizations showed more respect to these people (i.e. treated them as fairly as their own) then they would not need to pirate in the first place.

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Painters wrap Forth Bridge job after 121 years

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P - lease....

This is old news and coupled with this the scaffolding is not down for three months. So it is not finished yet and it is old news that it is finished. The News in this country is tripe with a capital T. Have people forgotten that our government has been engaged in torture! This means if they can do it to them, they can do it to us.

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Prototype iPhone 5 lost in bar, right on schedule

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Another blunder, or is it?

I think this is staged. I do not believe in Coincidence and to produce the kit that Apple have over the years and then have the incompetance to leave its next big cash cow in a bar smells extremely fishy to me. It is all part of the hype and Apple know exactly what they are doing. Put it this way, if the no brain who spends to much time in bars worked for me, he would be out on his arse tomorrow.

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Higgs Boson hiding place narrows

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No such thing

I am not a physicist however one thing I do know is that if you look hard enough for something that isn't there you will find something that fits your remit. In other words the Higgs Boson does not exist and never will do but they may find something which will appease them.

I feel sorry for these scientist who dedicate their lives to searching for something that they never find. One such scientist is Albert Einstein who spent his dying days researching unififed string theory. Any decent scientist will tell you that Einsteins theory of relativity is now being called into question. The point being here is even if you do come up with some new fangled theory it does not mean you have actually cracked any nuts. Theories just theories and I suspect the Higgs Boson theory would be something like "The reason we did not find it after 30 years of searching for it was because it didn't want to be found"...

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Assange™ in court to fight extradition order

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Don't lock him up

With Rupert Murdoch soon to be out of the picture there is plenty of room for Julian Assange to operate his free press media in. Julian is no good for business in a monopoly so with no-one to stop him now is the best time for Julian to truly free the press.

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News of the World TO CLOSE

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With great power comes great responsibility

Not if you are Rupert Murdoch it doesn't.

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A peek inside Apple's iCloud data center

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So what

It doesn't look like HP kit to me but what difference does it make. Apple can afford to buy whatever kit it wants and if I were Apple I would buy from two major vendors and have one a failover to the other. This Icloud is not going to work any way as I for one don't like the idea of my life stored on someone elses hard drive and I am sure I am not the only one. Best of luck Steve with your venture and your cancer (sorry illness).

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Court OK's Assange Sweden extradition, given 7 days to appeal

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Travesty

If this was a fair extradition case then the judge would have asked for asertions that the swedish authorities would not extradite him to the US. This is simply a travesty of justice and he has not got a cat in hells chance of staying alive once extradited to the US. One saving grace is that America is soon to be committed to the history books as a failed state and like Rome will come crashing down taking the oligarcy of the US and other countries with it.

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Assange bailed again

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What has changed

On the cusp of change I said. The floods have started, the earthquakes too, the dead birds dropping from the skies, the masses of fish found floating in the rivers, the strange phenomena seen in the skies, the riots around the planet, the instability of world economies.... and the list goes on. I suggest you take up remote viewing it will scare the living **** out of you and you might learn something. I for one will be hear in twenty years time but I fear you will not. You have another life after this one so don't beat yourself up about it.

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Runnind Scared

This planet is on the cusp of major change and believe it or not Julian Assange and his merry band are part of this change. There are too many extremely wealthy and extremely powerful people around who want to squash anything that stands in their way. It is time it all stopped and soon. I for one think Julian Assange with all of his idiosyncracies is a beacon of hope that one day we might find out the real truth and believe me it is going to hurt when we do.

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'Porn lock' heralds death of WikiLeaks, internet, democracy, universe

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oh not again

As an ISP owner I will not pander to the governments control of the Internet. I didn't set up an Internet Company 16 years ago now to be bound and gagged by the commons. If you don't want your kids seeing Internet porn then don't let them go on the Internet and don't let them mix with any other children or adults for that matter. In fact wrap them in cotton wool and keep them by the fire (but not too close). I am tired of legislation, there is already far far far far far far far far far far too much of it already. This is a ticking time bomb, only time will tell....

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Defence Minister 'to big up electropulse threat' - report

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What a load of tripe

The government have just caught wind (no pun intended) of the fact that a solar flare is a real threat to the continuity of our species and have decided to dress it up as a terrorist threat so that they can fund the process without any back benchers bemoaning the expenditure during this financial crisis. Anyone with an ouce of knowledge in this area knows that EMP is not directional and is indiscrimiate in knocking out electrical devices so would likely affect terrorist facilities as well as their intended targets. Any terrorist wishing to take out a city would require a device as big as a 20 storey block of flats. Of course this is purely theoretical of course as the only time we have witnessed EMP or gamma radiation like this is during a nuclear explosion. If of course (like the Russians) we reverted back to valve technology we would not have this worry of a natural solar event as they would continue to work. Our Integrated circuits would fry during an electron storm and even bring planes down from the sky. If anything this is the ideal opportunity for government to start the ball rolling on protecting our future technology from natural phenomena. A faraday cage around our electrical installations and devices would offer some protection and provide at least some coverage to our national infrastruture. The truth is however that if we do experience a massive solar storm as NASA suggests in 2012/12 then we have very little time to implement anything any way.

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Assange denies 'sexual assault' allegations

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What Next?

This is not conspiracy surrounding Assange's arrest attempt, this is fact and the question begs as to who is going to stand with him during the many attempts to undermine him in the future. Most people will not stand with him unless it affects them personally as we are all fickle like that. However given the financial crisis that has been thrust upon us by the elites I think the army will be 300 million strong. Notice the number here for those who know!

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Would a data notification law improve UK data security?

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More Laws

Please please please not more laws, it is already impossible to keep up and introducing a law does not stop breaches occuring it just means that when they do they can prosecute people for them. I am sick to death of this country how when someone trips up on a blade of grass they introduce a new law to hold the gardener responsible for not cutting the grass short enough only to find there is a counter law which says if you cut the grass too short it provides no cushion for someone if they fell on it.

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