80 posts • joined 2 Apr 2012
Until proven otherwise
I'll take Minecraft v1.8 to be the final version, much like there was no Indiana Jones movie after The Last Crusade.
So if this list is out there....
How can I find out if any credentials for any of my by-now-hundreds of logins for various sites and services are on them?!?
(edit: legally, that is. Or do I have to torrent it and look for myself?)
"They posted the images to the Reddit '/b' image board from where it was quickly circulated on social media sites including Reddit."
Reddit has a /b? Oh the horror.
Re: This deal would not cause less competition!
I've heard the same. They do not operate in the same areas, and have no intention to. They're like drug dealers divvying up turf. Let's let the two biggest drug cartels merge, seems like a great idea!
99.6% of the internet indeed consists of sites that offer no substantive content.
These morons are operating on the same level
as the wastes of skin that tag buildings and fences, just in a digital way.
Hope their temporary infamy keeps them warm when they're sleeping on a cold slab in a cell. I have nothing but contempt for these little maggots.
I can't be the only one
who thinks networking everything is not viable from a risk/reward perspective...
Re: Just refuse to discuss it
@JB77 - It states he only recorded the last 8 minutes of the 20 minute call. There's 12 minutes of other hard-sell we ddin't hear before he started recording it.
To be honest, after 3 minutes of listening to that I was ready to blow my stack. I have no idea how he remained that calm for that long.
G+ as an "identity service"
What a garbage coverstory. If you don't positively verify the identity of a user on signing up then you cannot be an identity service. I could have signed up as Robert Smith and their name policy would never have batted a digital eyelid, but no, if I were to sign up as Turnip McFondleballs the world would have ended?
This is a serious issue
I'm pretty sick and tired of paying 50% more than the US price for many Steam games simply because of publisher greed and their "Watcha gonna do about it?!?" attitude. it's not like NZ/AU incomes are comparatively higher.
He looks about 300% done.
Guess Microsoft can't make an omelet
without killing everyone's chickens.
Fibre's finally viable
I live in Hamilton and we recently changed from a 175GB/month ADSL/voice plan for $95/month to an uncapped 30/10Mbit fibre/VoIP plan for $99/month. It has taken a while before there was any point going to fibre since in my experience the limiting factor was always the data cap. Doesn't matter how fast it is if all that changes is how quickly I can hit my cap and get throttled to 64Kbit (yes, kilobits, approx twice dialup speed).
I've watched the shambles in Australia for a while now and it's disturbing that there are politicians who think so short-term. They're meant to be leading the country into the future but they're entrenching themselves in the past.
that people still just blindly run this stuff. There really is no helping some people.
Now excuse me, I have to get in touch with Mr. Mboto, he's still having trouble getting my funds cleared. One more bribe to customs should do the trick.
They really should develop a buoy to warn the sharks, since an encounter with a human is far more often fatal for them than vice versa.
We have a supercomputer?
For people who cheat
the fun comes not from surmounting obstacles and overcoming challenges, it comes from making other people throw their toys out of the cot.
When I started gaming on the second hand c64 we got, I quickly realised that if I cheated in a game I lost interest soon after. But we're not talking about that type of person here.
Let's see how the ISPs spin this
to try and make it look like it's in the consumer's best interest.
On a side note...
The second screenshot in the article, that ClearType, doesn't that scrape anyone else's eyeballs something chronic? I can't STAND seeing red/blue edges on black text and I wish they'd let those of us who can see it, disable it system-wide.
It doesn't "misuse" the data...
Misuse implies using it for something other than it was intended. I bet they're using it exactly for what they intended.
I never watched Lost. Everyone raved about it. Then it turned out to be crap, and I went into smug mode.
I never signed up to Facebook. Everyone else was on it. Now it's going down the toilet. Smug mode reengaging in 3, 2, 1...
Pessimists are never disappointed, only ever pleasantly surprised.
If I wanted Chrome...
I'd use Chrome.
Hate it already
Am I really in the minority in that I like a bit of stability in my UI? I don't want everything to move around every 3 months as another version gets released!
And if you even look at buying one
you'll be on all the watchlists you could ever dream of.
As a NZ'er
Guilty or not, likeable or not, I'm glad these processes and systems are getting a rigorous testing. I'm pleased that he has access to the funds to contest these things so that us peons will know how it works and what's valid and what isn't. Too often are these laws dropped like the proverbial ton of bricks onto some poor sap who has zero options to fight it. Governments have come to expect meek compliance from people and it's heartening to see him make them work for it.
Re: I invite the US and the other 5 eyes partners...
As a resident of one of the 5 eyes countries, I don't like this shit happening any more than anyone else does, but there's nothing I can do about it. Whichever bunch of jackasses I vote in, they'll all happily keep doing this stuff.
Why are they talking about this
...and not just firing the whole damn management structure and starting from scratch? How corrupt does an organisation need to be to warrant a full redo for f's sake?!?
What bothers me the most
is that nations on any side don't seem to be in a rush to set up a set of rules around cyberwarfare like this. It's the wild west and they seem happy to keep it that way.
Until someone's powergrid collapses I guess. THEN there'll be some hurried steps to put together a set of Digital Geneva Conventions.
I only need to know one thing...
Where's the option to disable it?
There is one, right?
Not familiar with Tinder...
But this functionality strikes me as more of a "no strings attached anonymous sex" app than a dating app.
Character assassination doesn't change anything
So what if he's a paranoid narcissist? Does that make the data he's facilitated the distribution of any less valid?
The pessimist side of me (okay, the dominant side) expects that this is just prep for taking him out, making sure he doesn't become a martyr in the process.
This hasn't been about Syria
in a long time, has it?
The Internet of Things, increasingly complex software/firmware, and seemingly no improvement in the average users' nous leads me to think we're heading into a golden age of worms and malware. Time to get in to the security biz, everyone and everything's going to need these services.
Golden brew for a golden age.
Whaleoil's a right-wing propaganda spewing joke. That anyone bothers ddosing him only gives him more credibility. Idiots.
You all know NZ by now...
Nothing much happens here. :p
I did hear some blather on the news about 4g and how blazing fast it will make mobile data. Congrats to the media for once again missing the point. I see Vodafone have on-account, 12 month contract data plans of 5GB/month for $80. What the hell use is all that speed if you cap yourself out in 42 minutes (give or take)?!?
I can't help but think
that the more the members of these entrenched political systems try to suppress information and fight to hold on to their excessive power, the more they hasten the inevitable backlash and, quite possibly, revolution.
They need 3DES hacked?
Maybe they can get in touch with the NSA, I hear they're working on breaking anything and everything. All they want in return is a cut of the profits.
Re: Bring back Aero too
At least Aero on Win7 can be disabled. I just cannot grasp the thinking behind the removal of so many options from the more recent versions of Windows and Office. The mentioned ALL CAPS and hideous corners, forced colours (we're down to what, black (which is grey), grey, and white now in Office) all serve to make people feel like their preferences aren't important. If I were told that the new car I was looking at was only available in peach I'd be looking at another car, not joyously lining up to conform with the herd.
I just don't understand!
Do I have to adblock regmedia.co.uk/*.gif?
(yeah yeah, and png)
Smells like shill in here...
From both sides. Anyone else picking up that distinctive odour of money and bullshit?
I remember when...
I miss the days when advertising focused on telling consumers about the product. Now it's all about being deliberately misleading or rubbishing the competition.
No? OK we'll ask again later.
Oh sorry that's YouTube. My bad.
Re: Call AAA...
They'll need to quickly set up the AAM then, so they can call it for a tow. The Automobile Association of *America* might consider this outside their callout zone.
So Microsoft's marketing team
still don't believe that women play games?
edit: Nevermind. Looks like that's the default form and it gives options to change various things such as the affliction being suffered and the sex of the patient.
But yes, it feels very forced and certainly makes me think no better of the X-Bone or MS in general.
"We normally detect GRBs at great distance, meaning they usually appear quite faint," study co-author Paul O'Brien, an astronomer at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, said in a statement. "In this case, the burst happened only a quarter of the way across the universe — meaning it was very bright."
Thanks Universe, for reminding me how insignificant we are at regular intervals.
I admit it...
I saw "Hook Reef" and "Line Reef" and went looking for "Sinker Reef".
I'd give it a shot.
A secondary cloud backup facility wouldn't be a bad thing to have, especially since I'm encrypting everything client-side anyway.
Down to only 9,274 types of critters that'll kill ya. Straya mate! Bewdy!
Or if the FBI decides it doesn't like what someone else looks like they might have been considering thinking about doing on a box at a hosting provider located in a building not too far over from the one you use, and they raid it and impound *everything*.
The profits-before-people train is coming through. Get off the tracks or you'll become collateral damage.
When did governments stop representing us and start representing corporations *to* us? I don't recall a specific turning point but it certainly seems to be the default these days.
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