9 posts • joined 22 Jun 2009
Your final question is wrong, it isn't what Snowden has wrought, but what the NSA has,.
To be honest the real crime here is their storing passwords at all, the 'over the shoulder' issue pales by comparison IMO.
Re: Single HD !
Because this device is in the same league as a Synology box.
Chalk and cheese comparisons are rarely useful.
"Crowing from the rooftop"
Er, no, not while it's clearly 'work in progress'.
Once they'd destroyed the entire TOR network then yes, pull out all the stops to help justify PRISM (yes, I know it's not really related but 'saving the children' is a great carrion cry excuse for anything like this) and anti-freedom actions in general.
Re: Doubling? Did I miss something? Yes you did.
Er, please explain to a non-Glaswegian how I would only need one journey per working day 'cos where I live I make two journeys every working day, so 5 x 2 = 10 per week.
Shame UK getting an already obsolete device as 'new'
As the first poster noted via his link, this device is already obsolete as far as ASUS is concerned, they're palming off yesterday's tech. as 'new' to UK punters.
Not good ASUS, not good.
Given what Garriot did to the Ultima series with the abomination that was U9 no way will he get another penny of my cash.
Er, it's complex because the damned CC companies made it so!
Do the PR bunnies who write this sort of thing actually use the products they're writing about?
Fact is, using a CC online was made HUGELY more of a pain when Verified By Visa and the Access equivalent came into being.
Do those parts of the banking system that foisted that horror upon us know what those propounding this simplified system are doing?
Andy10 got it right
I'm not an Opera 'fanboi', I've used it on and off since version 3 (back in the days when people actually PAID for it!) and think there's a lot to like about it.
However, in the modern world of the Internet most of my browsing is done in Firefox+NoScript+AdBock, if only Opera provided the functionality of NoScript I'd probably switch over to that far more.
As Andy pointed out, Opera pioneered, if not the concept then certainly the implementation of several features of 'modern' browsers, some still not available elsewhere: I like how I can sync. my bookmarks etc. across multiple systems within the browser and not have to use a third-party site which I probably don't trust.
This 'review' is atrocious; loved the way Andy pointed out the writer's credentials! A bit of sarcasm is perfectly okay, I enjoy the odd snide remark when appropriate, but the entire piece was one long rant.
The bit about Yet Another Template Language I agree with, it's so typical of the Internet world that developers always know better than those that went and solved the problem before, and while obviously some innovation happens sometimes, mostly this effort is copying for copying's sake; I think Markup is probably that.
However, the whole 'Unite' thing has potential for the audience it's intended for, something that Ted Dziuba clearly doesn't see.
So to you Ted I throw your snappy little sub-head back at you: "Fail and You"
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