8 posts • joined 13 Feb 2013
This is why we can't have nice things.
For those of us that enjoy popping balloons or slicing a cat into lunchmeat with our reasonably powered personal lasers, we have to suffer because some asses have no common sense.
Unfair, I say, unfair!
Good. Maybe Lenovo will finally turf the pants firmware for the NVG510 and come up with something reasonably decent.
To edit or not to edit...
CarderPlane? Really? C'mon now, I expect better from El Reg...
Re: Quake, iD, Doom.
Ahhhhhh geez, the "medical" scene in Quake 4 is and will always been a major favorite of mine. Just figuring out what is going on and the feeling of helplessness was wonderful. The the reveal during the briefing. Then the kicking ass afterwards.
I had played a lot of games at that time, but I remember, as I peeked up from behind a barrel for a quick peek, that I was actually seeing the real reflection of a Skarrj walking on a shiny floor and dying once because I found it so fascinating. Not so exciting now, but back then, that was a prett amazing thing.
Seriously though. The US Goverment, post PRISM, bitching about privacy and sousveillance? Methinks maybe the Big G is being less forthcoming with access to Glass data and specifications than the Fed likes.
Already dealt with it...
Had to clean up a case pre-automated detection. Sort of a pain, but I whupped it.
And, sorry, I couldn't resist.
Is not a man entitled to the coin of his bit?
No, says the the man with malware, it belongs to me.
I have been beta testing Pertino for a while and it is a pretty nifty tool. In fact, the biggest problem I have had with it was finding new use cases as it is so flexible.
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