* Posts by MyBackDoor

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Errant update borks Samsung 850 Pro SSDs

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I don't think it's any more crazy than issuing a firmware update that bricks your hardware. As far as "backups", well why doesn't Samsung have a backup bios like every modern motherboard seems to come with?

I feel pretty confident in NOT buying Samsung's for a couple years. Hell, I own a turtle of an 840 already (I'm on the complaint list). So, fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice (850), shame on me.

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Dot-word sensation: Google forks out $25m for a fist of .app-y pills

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"... vague about their plans."

You seriously think ICANN has ever had a plan? Prove it.

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Iran hacks America where it hurts: Las Vegas casinos

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Poor Enron.

All Enron had to do was to hold out another decade and they could of blamed the whole thing on <ANY_MIDDLE_EASTERN_COUNTRY>|<NORTH_KOREA> and they would of not only stayed in business, but also of had the U.S. government fund an investigation. I've often thought about robbing a bank, but Syria put those thoughts in my head.

Well, like they say...What happens in Vegas, stays in Iran.

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EPIC asks FTC to stick a probe up Samsung over 'snooping' smart TVs

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This snooping sucks, but can you really call Samsung out alone on this...really?

BTW, if "EPIC" is lobbying the FTC, who is lobbying "EPIC"....Apple maybe? Wait, can't be Apple, they just collect _FINGERPRINTS_!

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EFF fears crims are getting smart to Superfish SSL flaws

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"Unless the Lenovo affair acts as a wake-up call to the industry then it's inevitable that we'll find more of this stuff."

Well, considering almost every PC/Laptop is shipped with Windows, I think we're just used to it. That isn't a swing at Windows (and surely not a prop either), but seriously, who hasn't seen REALLY shady software that is somehow "bundled" with a windows product? No shit, if I buy a personal machine that comes with pre-installed software, I consider it to be fact that it's garbage.

Of course not everyone knows this. Like my mother...no way she knows this. However, she also doesn't get the manual that is titled "The GNU guide to personal software". So, I can see reasons to cover this story, but isn't the lesson here not to buy Lenovo and move on?

The only real question I have is: Did Lenovo or Superfish break any laws, or are they just pushing the envelope?

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Net neutrality secrecy: No one knows what the FCC approved (but Google has a good idea)

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Re: Fuck you Tom Wheel'man

"See TTIP for the worst example of this so far..."

If T.T.I.P. goes through, T.T.I.P. is literally proof that you're owned by corporations, you can't argue against it, because corporations will LITERALLY not allow it. Corporations are literally legally allowed to dictate the laws of citizens of any nation in the "club", with the all inclusive fail safe of being able to sue the government if the government stands in the way!

It's 2015, and all of us are sold.

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Fuck you Tom Wheel'man

It's really fucking bullshit that corporations can change our laws while the citizens can't even view them.

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Facebook sad-nav: How to put depressed pals on internet suicide watch

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Re: "Definitely not a killer feature"

The rejected headline was funnier. That laugh could of been the one they needed.

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I'm sure you'll get ads from "random" head hunters for doctors too. Well, maybe not yet, because Facebook hasn't partnered with enough of them (yet, hence the "caring").

BTW, is this REALLY legal? What if you decided to kill yourself because of something Facebook mentioned? This sort of thing is very creppy, and very intrusive for the almighty dollar.

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Salesforce boss: One day I'll run a $10bn... er, software biz?

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"The next version of SAP’s core business suite will only run on HANA, SAP’s in-memory database and not on relational databases from IBM, Microsoft or Oracle."

At least he has 1 point. I'm amazed companies still try their had at lock-in like this when there is plenty of evidence that it's just not working like it "should" anymore. Those days are fading, and fast. I guess SAP has done their research though...just like the #1 Microsoft.

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Bank of England could mint own brand of Bitcoin

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Re: control

The farther you get from gold, the farther you get in a hole.

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Microsoft man: Internet Explorer had to go because it's garbage

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Re: Makes Sense !?!?!?!?!

"Embrace and extend...It made IE dominant..."

WTF? Sorry,....Wait...WTF? Ugh.....UGHH!!.!...FUCK!! HELP ME!!!!!!

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Net neutrality victory: FCC approves 'open internet' rules in 3-2 vote

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Re: We Internet pioneers breathe a sigh of relief

elDog is right. In reality, each of our respective governments already own the internet, and they have a military to defend the ground which the cables are laid upon that make it work.

Back down here however, how much of this law is going to change remains to be seen. I believe on each bill passed for the foreseeable future, there will be riders chipping away at it to form what corporations want (which won't be what you want). However, at least as long as it stays "there", under government watch, we will have a middle man, or better put, a ground with foundation to approach for ~fair~ treatment. It will be leaned heavily in favor of BigCrop (as usual), BUT, at least we won't have to strictly deal with BigCorp and all its siblings view of "fair == fare", as we have had to so far (or I guess just the last ~10 years, or however long the internet has been a sole commercial entity).

Oh, and if somebody has been a "White Hat" hacker for 30 years, there has to be some dirt on that white (the 80's was the Wild West for any programmer...if you ever spent 30 minutes crafting a humorous MOTD...you understand).

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Don't pay for the BBC? Then no Doctor Who for you, I'm afraid

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Re: Telly Tax exit stage right!!

I'm American so I really don't know: if you pay this fee, do all shows have their commercials cut out?

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NO ONE is making money from YouTube, even Google – report

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Re: No mention of AdBlock in the article

Sounds like they need revenue before they can worry how it's lost.

Truthfully, what would Youtube's popularity be without the cats? It's funny to think that cats keep Youtube purring, but it's probably also the truth.

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There's more than one way to back up your data

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I think the author is applying MPIO exclusively to data store here, not redundancy for speed assurances. It does look odd though to have MPIO grouped together with RAID while referring to switches with MPIO (this caught my eye too). Dunno, never used MPIO with switches :-/ (unless "switches" encompasses controllers). Guess if I keep Hadoop'n, I'll eventually find out.

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Oh No, Lenovo! Lizard Squad on the attack, flashes swiped emails

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The teens like this one doing odd ball shit with their style is strange to me, but I get it. However, I'm starting to see 30+ year old people doing this too, which is outright WRONG!

As far as the kid hacking Lenovo...good job. Now just "semi-legitimize" it by turning it in for homework (might get you off the hook...somewhat).

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W3C recommends Pointer Events standard – but it's a touchy subject. Right, Apple?

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Re: Meanwhile away from the Lilliput town of Webdev...

"You'd need to find a true programmer in JavaScript first."

The flat truth...they don't exist. I'm eagerly awaiting hackers to blown open the doors of these node.js/mongodb servers. I can't imagine anyone being more delighted than a hacker that your system is entirely dependent on 1 scripting language.

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Live a day in the life of Jennifer Lawrence: Tell Reddit to delete your stolen nude selfies

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No biggie.

".. one rule for celebrities, and another for normal people."

Which made every Reddit user feel like a celebrity, as normal.

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FCC Republicans slam brakes on net neutrality, but this wagon ain't slowing

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Title 69

"...both sides."

Leaving the "Independents" out on their own :-(. Come on, they too desperately try to be corrupt, but corruption won't let them.

BTW, don't forget about the "Green" party. I don't know what that is, but Paris Hilton is supposedly "Green". So at least with their corruption you might get a literal blow job!

This coming election, vote 'YES' on title 69.

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German music moguls slammed for 'wurst ever DMCA takedown spam'

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Nothing like 1 country issuing legal notices to another in the name of copyright.

God bless everyone! (See you in hell).

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NO CLASS: Judge chucks out two class-action lawsuits against Google

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Re: It isn't a matter of making cell phones cost more

The searches get better. I suspect it is formulating results on user usage. 2 weeks ago stackoverflow would pop up 2 or 3 times with not so relevant info. Today, it pops up 1 time and now has relevant info. However you're right about how one formulates their queries, I've noticed drastically different results with only deleting 1 keyword. I suppose it is still "learning".

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Re: It isn't a matter of making cell phones cost more

"...it is for the open market rather than the courts to decide what is a "fair" price for a product or service, inclusive of intangibles such as personal data."

Unless you are referring to the "open" market that is dominated by 2 players behind closed doors with NDAs, I'll have to disagree. Reality differs from vision. Just because a door is supposed to be open, doesn't mean someone didn't lock it. Comically but validly, my car keys prove that (is 'validly' a word?).

Anyhow, I agree with this...

"..."financially and creatively stagnated" the market for mobile internet and search."

In fact, I don't even see how anyone can argue that regardless of angels and devils. Googull's search is not what it used to be. Its top results always seem to be supplied by the same 15 sites. If you're shopping, you'll see the same 15. If you're not shopping, you'll see the same 15 of those. However, all 30 seem to run Googull Ads, go figure. Either way, it always feels like the same 15.

I've switched to duckduckgo for this very reason. While I do notice a few omissions of sites that seem useful with duckduckgo (I compare duckduckgo with Googull daily), I still prefer duckduckgo for the results that are omitted in Googull's search (which is A LOT).

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Mozilla mulls Superfish torpedo

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I feel like the same story has been posted 5 times already.

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Microsoft to store deleted Exchange Online mails FOREVER

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What a load of crap cloud.

(Or so they hope).

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Nvidia U-turns on GTX 900M overclocking after gamer outrage

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Re: Laptops

@"Ideas please"

If you don't have room.

If you're always traveling.

If it's all you can have.

For game machines I'm down to the mini itx form. If I could go smaller reasonably (to my preferences), I would.

If you can't overclock a GPU, then you don't really care what manufacturer you choose. Nvidia should of already understood this, especially considering why AMD boomed in the late 90's. A lot of shit changes, but to a gamer speed never should change for the worse.

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New Mexico mulls sale of first US commercial spaceport (and LOHAN launchpad)

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SNAFU

"...no one except the Senator who proposed the bill spoke in its favor."

He's paid off. This should be a flag to immediately investigate this "senator". Nothing else to say besides investigate him. Democrat...Republican...Crook.

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Tim Cook slurped our brains, snarl fat battery bods A123

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Since you have the scoop, how much is the car's replacement charger cable?

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Google strongly opposes plans to let ANY US COURT authorise digi-snoops

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Re: Translated

Is this really a joke? Also, 99.9% of the "web" people seem to think robots.txt works. Well, it might work for marketing/financial reasons, but it don't mean shit otherwise(tracking, datamining, ...government search warrants).

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Well, for citizens we expect this to a degree, but this has little to do with spying and is more a "cop" thing. Can officer blow off Ohio issue a search warrant in Montana...ultimately yes. This proposal, on terms of "terrorists", could cut off as much as 16 hours for a search (guesstimate), but it would be highly ignorant to think it wouldn't be abused. I foresee Disney putting their "man" behind a desk that runs scripts to issue warrants for "terrorists". After all, people don't seem to believe that the "attack" on Sony pushes violation of copyright one step closer to being a terrorist attack, when it most certainly does. This it's all tin foil hatish I know, but is it REALLY beyond plausible?

This proposal will open doors for abusive control of citizens rights even further, even if it makes sense on cases of real terrorism. But who defines what as terrorism is highly questionable, but this proposal isn't strictly about terrorism, any crime will do.

Of course, why does this interest Google? Is Google planning a cloud service that issues warrants for the gmen?

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HTTP/2 spec gets green light: Faster web or needless complexity?

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Re: This says it all...

Look at the world wide web rampages companies go on to fight for copyrights to music and rounded corners. Now look for the same scale rampages from any company to fight for privacy or ANY other ethical concerns......doesn't exist. How about HTTPrivacy/2.no

We need more Snow.

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Windows 10 for phones: Stepping towards the One True Windows

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Re: Elephant dead?

I read your guy's reply and just borrowed one a minute ago to see why everyone is complaining, and it appears they are correct. To be honest, these are free apps, but the only free app on the phone im holding that doesnt have ads is VLC. I didn't know to look for VLC, but the person is actually aware that this is the only app that doesn't have them (that can't be good). I don't use WinPhone, but it appears ads are mandatory...?

This phone has been turned into a VLC player only, so I'm not sure if this is up to date. But all Ads appear at the bottom as if they are standardized this way, so it becomes a borderline issue if you notice them, or train your eyes to ignore them. It appears no one wants to take the time to ignore them, which I get.

Well, everything does seem very clear and swift (although i have no idea where shit is at), too bad there is an ad in everything (and on the same spot). Android and iOS do have ads in most free apps, but not like this. Is this really not an issue with the Windows phone users you know? To me, it's very obtrusive compared to the others, however the rest is WAY more swift than I thought, potential for sure.

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Elephant dead?

I know a slew of regular users who have left Window's phone for the exact same reason...Ads. Apparently no one writes a review without actively ignoring this "feature" for some (all?) phones. If it can't be addressed, then any review seems like propaganda from a stock holder.

Should users that have left be impressed by a working calendar and calculator? Come on. Write a review that will get users back, not patch notes written by a shareholder. The active ignorance of common denominators is a large part of why Windows is in the situation they are currently in.

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Are you ready to ditch the switchboard and move to IP telephony?

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Re: My personal opinion...

Lee D, you might of shot yourself in the foot for giving so much detail (although I appreciate the well thought out process). Seriously, not to be rhetoric, but just look at all the dependencies and variables you just threw into the mix, :-/.

Remember, power isn't free (monetarily or otherwise). Also remember the more you pile on the wagon, the harder the "blow out".

I would like to add that my opinion IS biased. As I slowly start to arrive at a state that I consider my own awareness, I'm starting to feel like more and more of this "computing" thing has replaced superior analog devices that would of lasted a life time and survived a nuclear attack/alien invasion (not being sarcastic). Whatever happened to analog technology and the advancement of it?

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AT&T suddenly finds demand for 1Gbps fiber in Kansas City – just after Google arrived

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Re: I wonder if Google would allow you to opt out for $29?

Our country? Wait, our country also (once upon a time) used to value privacy of its citizens. Do you really thing that Google and everyone else isn't going to collect data on you, and then resell it to China, Russia, India,....?

The fact that you can offer something doesn't mean it is ethical. For instance, if you steal me a Diamond, I'll steal you a SSN number. The only reason that appears "unethical" is because there is laws against it. Sadly, I don't see laws stopping unethical practices of corporations (In fact they get bail out money!! BONUS!!).

Of course the concept of "free to accept it" can be spun another, non-tin foil hat way. How much freedom do you have in the price of your gasoline...do you accept those terms?

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Re: I wonder if Google would allow you to opt out for $29?

No, Google is doing what AT&T is going to do regardless, slurp data. An important part is missing from this article that exposes the fact that AT&T is still going to slurp, even if you pay!!

"AT&T may collect and use web browsing information for other purposes, as described in our Privacy Policy, even if you do not participate in the Internet Preferences program."

Google is already doing that. AT&T wants you to pay them to be just like Google :-/. WTF happened to our country....

NOTE: other articles point out that AT&T is not offering a $400 1 time payment for 5mbps for life like Google does. So, I guess we are just left to pick the lesser of the 2 devils while our privacy is ransomed off regardless :-/

United States of Business (Still though, no bombs over head :-)

"One would assume...". Actually, while I agree, one could also assume that if paying them to use extra resources is logical, then them paying me to not use extra resources should be even better (but where's that option?).

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Apple LIGHTSABERS to feature in The Force Awakens

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Re: Retrogression of the "Force".

I "futurely" agree! However, light sabers do not require charging. To be honest, I've never read a reason, seen a reason, or heard a reason in any book, movie, or game that explains this. However, by the same examples, I have never seen a light saber used or operational by someone without the Force, so maybe it does draw from the Force? I did find this...

"The Forcesaber was a precursor created by the Rakata, which would eventually evolve into the lightsaber. Users were able to channel the dark side of the Force through black laboratory-grown crystals which would create the glowing energy blades."

"The first lightsabers came into being when the precursor Je'daii Order combined advanced offworld technology with a forging ritual, learning how to "freeze" a laser beam."

http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Lightsaber

Not sure what to make of that being those paragraphs seem to conflict heavily on light saber engineering, and do not conclude to a definitive answer. Answers there is, how to find them we ask? ~~~~~~~

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Retrogression of the "Force".

I don't understand why you would make the light saber more primitive for films that take place AFTER all other events. If anything they should of done this in the pre-quels. Of course maybe it is just to reflect the idea that no matter how bad something is, it can always get worse (which would also reflect the franchise's new ownership).

Also, if all it takes is to have a drunken conversation with a stranger to get ideas booted into movies, Disney is about to have a slew of new drunk ass material for the future. J.J. Abrams and Ive's should slot a bottle of Bourbon for their next meet so we can finally see Luke puke all over Mickey (Or maybe they'll both just get "throated" by a giant worm).

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Your hard drives were RIDDLED with NSA SPYWARE for YEARS

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Re: Wait

No, it shouldn't cause a non-Windows system to fail, being the non-Windows system is already running, it would just be ignored. But it does make you wonder if you the hdd would fail. There is no details about this yet, but it appears it relies on a win16 loader.

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but the '...w.dll'

Apparently not Microsoft Windows either. Well, I guess Microsoft could of NOT known about this, which leads me to believe that Microsoft's own kernel was NOT written to accommodate this (which truthfully there is a lot of things Microsoft's kernel might NOT pick up on). So, Microsoft did NOT know about this, so what else do they NOT know?

Doesn't it make you feel like a secure Windows user when Windows just runs anything that is present? GO MICROSOFT! (Of course, is there a '...u.o' out there? Wait, would it matter?).

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NetApp: Don’t know about the hybrid cloud? Then you’re a dummy

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Re: Appeal Americans.

If you have kids you just can't let them use strictly internet resources, or else you wind up with kids who cite wikipedia as their only source. Not so obviously, but it is :-/, is what I've been finding is that you really can't let them use the internet strictly for research because search engines spit out the same top 15 things. Wikipedia is usually at the top, but if it isn't, then it's another page that is citing Wikipedia. Eventually, I'm going to just suggest to children to edit Wikipedia themselves and put in whatever they think/feel is the "truth", at least that way they feel they have "contributed", and besides, that is what everyone else seems to do.

No shit, the internet isn't a great research tool anymore (unless you count marketing companies doing research with it, on you).

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Appeal Americans.

First, please do not mistake my cynical point of view for over exaggeration, for this is one of the few times (very few) my point of view matches reality exactly!

Where I'm at in America, the public libraries have trashed EVERYTHING fundamental and replaced it with "Dummie" books, this is NOT an exaggeration. So, either the appeal is that Americans are Dummies, or American publishers are Dummies. Of course, there is the fact that the publisher of these books seem to be in bed with politicians pretty heavily in obscure ways (research it, it's awkwardly strange).

Remember what a American public library used to have as recently as 2004? Well, that itself may be somewhere in the "history" section. Today, if you look for anything to do with "programming", "mathematics", "engineering", it's ALL "for dummies". Seas of yellow and black bound books is all you see. This plague is happening from the smallest public libraries and working its way up the scale! This is reality, no tin foil hat required.

P.S. The article never explained what "Hybrid Cloud" was :-/, was that intentional?

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Mozilla's Flash-killer 'Shumway' appears in Firefox nightlies

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I wish they would replace Javascript, not kill it. You have all these major browser companies for ever competing for increasing the speed of JS, but it in itself is a race amongst browsers. They could all just agree on adopting Python or something similar. It's not that I don't like Javascript, it's that I don't like that different browsers will perform differently with it.

Remember how the implementation of .css and .html was a race to meet conformity amongst browsers, it's like that with Javascript. Of course I just wish they would replace it, I don't feel it's required because after all it does work. I just get this feeling from time to time that JS performance is being used as leverage for 1 browser to use against others, which just really needs to stop. In the end, regardless of funding, the browser that uses the least amount of data mining *should* win regardless of JS support...should.

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Gamers reach for BFG after Nvidia turns back the overclock

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Re: hmm

It's more like one of the main reasons of high-end laptops is 3D rendering, if not the only reason left. You don't want to let loose a cheaper GPU that can compete with a higher end GPU when so few of either are being sold. It's a business decision, albeit one with a feasible excuse. However, who's complaining about overclocking to begin with: The sales department or the fire department?

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"we're going to stop you from doing this because it's bad for OUR BUSINESS"!

Each passing year I think Mr. Huang makes it clearer that he has no problem crippling his own drivers to drive up prices and purchases of his other offerings. It has been known for some time that most (or all) of his GPUs have to be intentionally engineered so that they cannot be softhacked into one of his flagship products. Beyond softhacking, it's also known that they have been intentionally crippling their drivers in their desktop GPUs to bleed sales of their "Quadro" lines 10bit support.

At this point, the people who are actually paying attention to Mr. Huang's bad business practices pretty much will give him the middle finger too! Mr. Huang is pretty much the Mr. Greed of the GPU world....Ellison wannabe.

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WhatDaHell, WhatsApp? Student claims 'stalker' tool shows security flaws

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Re: re: More firearms on piles of cash would be fine, though...

I think the pictures should ALL be pornographic for articles like these.

Why? Because no picture represents the human condition clearer than humans fucking other humans.

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So who just bought the rights to .blog for $30m? A chap living in Panama

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Re: Is the TLD important?

"...it may become a negative before long..." I agree with this. Although I'm not sure if it will be an all out negative (which it could be), but I believe it's moot. *IF* google starts rolling out their own domains, then it will surely be moot. I have a feeling everyone is working towards making the domainname.??? moot in the near future anyways.

("Moot" * 3, person...* 4, personal record).

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Microsoft: Oh, go on, Xbox Live user. Show us your spammer

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Re: Microsoft and Spam...

This is a core fundamental, at least I believe as well. Especially if you're not 16 and remember the *POP-UP* days when *POP-UP* you could barely even fill out *POP-UP* a form online. Just goes to show that for some, they can change their clothes, but they'll still be *POP-UP* dirty... www.whitehouse.com *POP-UP*

(On a side note, and I know this isn't right, but sometimes I miss the BAM!-porn-in-you-face-on-msn.com days)

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Re: That's a...

No, friends only isn't a "great solution". How exactly did you come by some of those friends with this filter set? If you feel you have enough "friends", then sure. However, what if it is your first day behind an Xbone?

This doesn't look attractive at all for the console, especially when you consider how much spam Microsoft has already ignored through the years with Internet Explorer (e.g. It took competition from Mozilla for them to even think about the word "security"). Factor in that they are already trailing behind PS3, this won't help (obviously :-/). However, at least Microsoft was ~active~ enough to publicly ignore the problem until they got through the holiday shopping season.

Oh, and as a PREVIOUS xbox 360 owner, I can tell you right now the security is dismal, laughable bad. You could at one point in time rewrite a file that was intended for "identity" and the "gamertag" in a certain way that you could jack anyone's account that you were in a game lobby with. BTW, this did _NOT_ require a modified console at a hardware level, only access to the FATX filesystem. Of course did they really care, because last I saw online "leaderboards" people were still ranked at the top with a fictitious score of somewhere around 2^99 (Maxed out double float values is what you saw).

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'Kickass' Somali pirates get their asses kicked by Japanese ass-kickers

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Re: meanwhile

You're doubly ripe for lawyers, so both.

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