* Posts by JamesTQuirk

389 posts • joined 9 Oct 2013

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Patch-crazy Aust Govt fought off EVERY hacker since 2013

JamesTQuirk

Re: What's that smell?

Mahatma Coat

"What's that smell?"

Yes it is ....

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Australians! Let us all rise up against data retention

JamesTQuirk

@ Anonymous Coward

Very True, but I think Micheal Moore has said it all in B4C ... Nobody listened ..

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or maybe we hide in tech, maybe everybody hangs a old wireless modem out window & we create a open "onion-tor" wireless network, see's all, remember's nothing, but links wireless modems that share network, that if enough Australian's "hang a modem out window", (wonder if you can get a solar panel/battery kit for that?), that could spread over country-side, distributing shared files, maybe even use a clod drive to view it's shares database ? A few VPN access point's to internet & it could grow, Maybe ...

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Australia gets its site filter at LAST

JamesTQuirk

It's like like "Lest We Forget", we still send our kids to die for these fuckwits ...

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Factory reset memory wipe FAILS in 500 MEELLION Android mobes

JamesTQuirk

Re: Knock Knock

Who would have have thought, a Secure OS, Re-written in JAVA, could have gone "tit's up", I Don't know, maybe

the Linux people who warned you ????

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Internet Society of Australia changes name to Internet Australia

JamesTQuirk

I Agree, us member of FUCKERS

( Forgotten UNAPPRECREIATED Computer Kindred Enterprising Raconteurs )

Of course I am a Old Fucker Now, Bloody revisionists !!!!

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Super SSD tech: Fancy a bonkers 8TB all-flash PC?

JamesTQuirk

As a Great Grand Dad, with many computer literate "underlings" , I HAVE to agreed, people who "think" there storage is adequate, hasn't used it ...., Know this since beginning of HTML & PDF, & mainly postscript showing how much memory is required (depend on resolution), & in 43 years computers have taught me numbers only go UP, not Down !!!

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Compare these to the 20MB MFM drives of not so long ago!

As somebody who has formatted & used MFM 20 meg drives, I payed $1495.00 a pop for 4, back in day of twin floppys & 640K & dip switches ....

But last year I bought a Samsung 512GB 840 pro, great drive, nice and "slippery" cost $550.00 ...

I like Flash drives, I love 8TB SSD's & HDD's, but even if tomorrow I could a 10 PB SSD, I would still have a 500GB as boot, so big drive would be just a storage unit. The 500gb can be partitioned to contain VirtMem, OS & Apps, Backup & OS Recovery, I prefer if only the boot drive gets worked & fragged by OS, and Other BIG Drives by Me, when I want to access files ...

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JamesTQuirk

Some use the HDD as backup, I am about to replace 2, 2TB drives in main system, both @ 99% Capacity, with 4TB drive's, the 2, 2TB will go the shelf, as the backup to new drives once backup has been achieved, they will gather dust (in plastic box) with the original backup 1TB's & "those that came before it". So any "retrieval" is plugging a HHD in, this of course, can gather speed over time, & so I have a 80 litre plastic tub full of previous HDD ...

However I think SSD is next cab on rank as far as HDD goes, 8TB? Nova-chips 8TB's sound fine but, cost is always issue. As I know 4TB all flash PCI card based are still around $20000, always things evolve, but a permanent solution is still ahead ...

( HGST FlashMAX II 4.8TB PCIe Enterprise SSD HVFM24848AHP200 $23866.98)

Some are trying ..

5D ‘Superman memory’ crystal could lead to unlimited lifetime data storage

http://www.southampton.ac.uk/mediacentre/news/2013/jul/13_131.shtml

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Turnbull says no need to future-proof NBN

JamesTQuirk

Re: Keep Making the Same Mistakes

Al Black

you barked at wrong person ...

1 ) Bullshit, Because personal greed is American Mantra, doesn't make it Australian, it is America's corporate greed that we have most of these problems, we have already seen Water & Electricity distribution systems crash from lack of upkeep, here & NZ, I remember when Public Service was a honour, not a Career move, but if they are paid as "executives", except they can't run anything these days, and just sell it off to their friends, who miraculously can make it profit ....

2) Yes we can, all the way to Menzies & "pig iron bob" & their ilk, Tony is a "pommy" because he wants to return us to the "Menzies" era, where the queen is boss, & he gets pretty jewelry to wear, like the pounce he is ...

3) It wasn't hate, it was the truth, glad you idiots can't see it, it may be kinder that way. Governments can't keep hacking @ disabled, pensioners & parents, while taxing the shit out their kids, propping up profits & banks for failing economies, and expect people to be happy, I have heard some nasty crap about government needing to be changed, from Salvation Army Officers, so it is more than just noisy minions ...

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Keep Making the Same Mistakes

dshan

? The monopoly, where profits came back into publics coffers, not a private individuals pockets, When the phones(elec/water) where cheaper before they started selling it off to their corporate buddies ? How many have noticed, how infrastructure cost are cheaper when things are "privatised", What a load of crap, everything costs way more, and underlying infrastructure gets NO upkeep till it falls over, & then they call for government to do repairs, & if your a "privatised" bank, all sin's are forgiven from public purse ..

Tony is a pommy, born in London, only interested in getting a gong, (first thing he did as PM, bring back Knighthoods), he & his associates are destroying strip mining Australia, selling it's assets & infrastructure to oversea's "investors" ..

I am old & broken, I cannot do much, but I notice the "younger types" are really not happy either, from some of convo's & "speeches" you hear in Pubs & Clubs & around Western Sydney, I believe they have a chance to be, deservingly so, Australia's first assassinated politicians, ordinary people are getting angry, as politicians look after their & friends business interest's, not the Australian People or it's economy ...

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Would you Future-proof a PC?

I wonder how robots, Drones, AI Cars, are going to use to communicate VAST amounts of DATA that they need too, to work .....

After the Liberals/Labour destroying all manufacturing in Australia, inc Car Industry, selling off all assets they can, how is it surprising, remember, they cannot run public services/infrastructure profitably, but they have a mate who can ...

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Microsoft comes right out and says backup software is dead

JamesTQuirk

Re: All your data subject to US courts?

Nice of NSA to leave cloud untouched ....

With MS's security problems in "house of cards" OS, how can people believe that this time it's secure ...?

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JamesTQuirk

Re: I Use The Cloud - My Cloud

Yeah, i seems that modern routers with a USB port, can add a EXT HDD or 64/128gb flash drive, enough cloudiness for me ...

Things I also consider a issue ..

1) if MS has a update to it's lineup, and you don't, will it still let you access, what happens if your MS "investment" out of service life ?

2) If everybody's DATA is on cloud, who backs it up ?

3) when/If they announce any costs for a year, or "bundle it" with windows, with extra for premium service, it would still be probably cheaper to buy 2 Ext USB drives and use them as mirrored storage ...

4) If Microsoft Clod Drive gets hacked, and ALL your DATA die's or is stolen, are they responsible enough legally to sue ...?

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Why go to trouble of securing your system, then live it in a online clod drive, for anyone with a lockpick to play with, whenever they want !!

With Microsoft's bug record, Azurb clod drives are/will be a security nightmare ..

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PENGUINS are just TASTELESS, say boffins

JamesTQuirk

Re: Not only are they tasteless...

NW Cynic

"Shirley they taste like chicken?"

Apparently so in yesteryears ....

http://www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/Whats_On/Virtual_Exhibitions/To_the_Ends_of_the_Earth_Norfolks_Place_in_Polar_Exploration/Antarctica_Finds/NCC082667

The Roast Penguin sounds OK, but the "Savoury Seal Brains (on toast)", would see me off out back doin a technicolour yawn ......

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Vint Cerf: Everything we do will be ERASED! You can't even find last 2 times I said this

JamesTQuirk

Re: Turtles all the way down?

Noticed this today, So some are trying ..

5D ‘Superman memory’ crystal could lead to unlimited lifetime data storage

http://www.southampton.ac.uk/mediacentre/news/2013/jul/13_131.shtml

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JamesTQuirk

Re: @Nigel Whitfield -- As soon as I get home ...

About 6 months ago, I given a lend of a 3d printer to evaluate for somebody, one of the "tests" I did, was throwing a scan (after gimping) of my friends wedding certificate and PRINTING it ( I was attending his Anniversary) , it came out as a a flat slab with raised letters/graphics, it may be able to "Gestetner" off a few copies, but took "forever" to print, and turning a cabinet of file into these, would be a institutional effort (madhouse), not to mention space they would take up ...

PS: Ubuntu has some links with hooking up qic's to a new machine ...

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2130423

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Lost WHITE CITY of the MONKEY GOD found after 500 years

JamesTQuirk

Re: I'm sure it's nice to find.....

Well unless it's the TV crew of "American Digger" or "Diggers" or another "freelance" team, rip it out the ground & sell it mob, who destroy the archaeology ..

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Elon Musk plans to plonk urban Hyperloop subsonic tube on California

JamesTQuirk

Re: Is this intended to be a permanent fixture?

Bleu

I also agree, new methods of Public Transport, also filling in gaps it's great how new "driverless" or AI controlled vehicles may enable people to relax & talk on trips, but I think they will just twitter, facebook or one the hundreds of other ego stroking apps, while the world continues to pass by ...

When the electronics packages reach the stages of "condensation" that a smart phone have reached in size, Memory, CPU's. Maybe road rage will be thing off past, Some places the future is being played with ...

http://diydrones.com/

http://www.openrov.com/

https://openexplorer.com/home

AIR SEA RESCUE - drones will rule !!, enough drones in swarm, will bring largest search down to hours or less

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Let's see how testing goes before coming to any conclusions

I think they will have to give each "passenger" own little steering wheel, maybe a honker, & a gear lever, so they could pretend to be driving, they are Americans, it's how they think anyway, it may be only way to get them to use Public Transport ...

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Your hard drives were riddled with NSA spyware for years

JamesTQuirk

Re: but the '...w.dll'

Alan Brown

All true, I am still running Debian on Amiga 2000/060, 128mg ram, it's .iso is about 2.8 meg (OS only), however, I think giving the game anyway is a mistake, I was looking at updating old Concurrent DOS, as a plaything, less than 500kb, install... Tinycore can be nailed down a lot, 8 meg core, 12 meg with apps, is the way it comes from "factory", but it is Linux, cull, install, set it up to do what you want ... The original Amiga OS could run multitasking OS in about 1meg, so it is possible ..

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Fanny infection?

heard down back @ server room, "NO, it came thru your Windows, dumb whore"

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Grzegorz Brzeczyszczykiewicz

As 1 who sort of known's his pain, http://www.forvo.com/word/grzegorz_brz%C4%99czyszczykiewicz/

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Australia's PM says data retention laws think of the children

JamesTQuirk

Re: Pathetic

I am willing to bet that "squib" charges are pre-laid in HighRise, in congested areas, to stop building going over, causing more "expensive" damage for insurance, instead making them go down in a heap, to centralise "disaster" ...

Since maybe 1946 empire state building plane crash, and probably definitely after 1994 WTC Bombing, this was in their thinking ...

In the later (WTC) the burning jet fuel was probably what the wick needed ...

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Side note for international viewers

All our governments are helping to funnel money into rich's pockets, we are still dealing with Howards Crap, let alone Labour, to think this is new is strange .....

PS : Fairfax Media, I haven't read a newspaper or watched TV in 20 years, the only reason "papers" appear in any search is online comments, like here, if you don't like comments from "the mass's", maybe you can get Abbott to pass a law saying, only people with $1,000,000.00 in Assets can use it, then everybody making comments, would be so far up their own arse, they would all agree with you ...

At least Spartacus could see his chains, we have little bits of paper keeping us working ..

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'The troll stats saddened me as a human, but didn't surprise me as a boffin'

JamesTQuirk

veti

All true, except I think, these Law's are only about "Domestic" users, if a user is "Non-Domestic" they "may" find a surcharge, it's not a unheard of practice, & I am not saying it is currently happening, but it is possible ...

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JamesTQuirk

Yes, well wait to see if "net neutrality" applies outside USA, or if foreign "users" can suffer from "'pay to use"

Sandtitz

Chrome is a rehash of Chromium on Linux, So no chrome, a cheap copy is not required, IE died a long time ago here, but firefox/thunderbird is still my favourite combo ....

Mephistro

Maybe it was about old punch cards, you have to punch code into paper to run programme ( I have the IBM Manuals for most Punch Card Units here), and old "control panels" where a little bunch of holes that you moved wire links from 1 hole to another, with multiple wires, setting machine up for different tasks, so maybe that's the coding they are talking about ..

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Australia to get spooks charter at cost of at least AU$188m

JamesTQuirk

This is why they sold off the PMG, so lots of little holes to plugged with public money, into their friends pockets, so to get back the DATA they would have access too in first place, A IP is no different to a Phone Number, and should be so, if somebody got up to no good on a phone, it would be traced ...

If they could have kept it that simple, we wouldn't be dealing with this crap, except there's money to be paid out this way ..

"Australia has an opposition now?"

Yes, Australian people do, it's called the Government, it pretends too be different political sides & holds elections, but it just re-engineers the Australia Economy for whom-ever the lastest Government thinks is their business buddies , Hold's million dollar Lunches & Openings, facilities for foreign investment, while telling Australian public to "tighten your belt" & any whom complain, prepare to be spied on ...

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Google opens 'Inbox' heir-to-email trial to biz users

JamesTQuirk

Re: If it ain't broke

Well I think they found a way ...

Started getting these messages Today when I used Thunderbird ...

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Hi James,T,

We recently blocked a sign-in attempt to your Google Account [**********@gmail.com].

Sign in attempt details

Date & Time: Monday, March 2, 11:20 AM GMT+11

Location: Sydney NSW, Australia

If this wasn't you

Please review your Account Activity page at https://security.google.com/settings/security/activity to see if anything looks suspicious. Whoever tried to sign in to your account knows your password; we recommend that you change it right away.

If this was you

You can switch to an app made by Google such as Gmail to access your account (recommended) or change your settings at https://www.google.com/settings/security/lesssecureapps so that your account is no longer protected by modern security standards.

To learn more, see https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/6010255.

Sincerely,

The Google Accounts team

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When I try to log in with Tbird It fails giving a password, I have fixed it, and not the way they want, but that's me ...

I know they "own" gmail, but a Single OS distribution source was what they hated, now it seems, there are trying to enforce it ...

I will wait for Tbird update ...

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NBN Co says TWO broadband connections are better than one

JamesTQuirk

Re: Yeah... weird

Yes but possible, even just using Internet Connection Sharing in Windows OS, a trick in dial-up days was to combine multiple lines to increase speed, I could ramble on but, here's the pretty version, http://www.wikihow.com/Combine-Two-Internet-Connections

This "should" work with with say a NBN Fibre connection & a ADSL2 line & a mobile phones Hotspot WiFi, as well ...

But I can't see why home users, or SOHO would require it, you would really need to be shifting LOTS of Data Quickly to need more than NBN Fibre can provide or Maybe stuck with low speed ISP with low connection rates, so by combining them get the transfer rate you need ...

It's not just the "Internet" that needs these high connection rates, robotics telemetry data, Visual Data, Audio Data, Sensor Data, all take bandwidth, and communication & data transfer between "system's" that Control Driverless cars, Drones etc, it's about getting things real-time as well ...

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HAWKING ALERT: Leave planet Earth, find a new home. Stupid humans

JamesTQuirk

Re: *sigh*

Conundrum1885

Build a scale model, I thought of using a mobile or 2, as communications link to control a craft, mine was gunna have some tye-dyed mice with sunglasses, in cockpit, so I when I buzzed the ISS, I could give them "beware puny humans !!", some led as lasers, maybe cruel for mice, if ISS beliefs it ..

I liked the "craft" in "after earth", it construction was along lines I understand (except I think I have better "caravan" airlocks), knowing weight in largest problem, I think by centralising crew for takeoff in separate life supported area, thru using environmental controls, to change atmosphere the rest of ship, with some lighter than air gas, heating it (to increase lift), using rest of "ships inner hull" space as a "blimp" to achieve a high altitude, before having to give "a push" to orbit it, of course this would temp control of gases, ventilation to storage or to be BURNT as fuel or kept to make water, if you use hydrogen, not helium, & have storage of Air to refill ships inner hull after orbiting ...

"The main problem is I'd never get clearance to launch something this experimental."

Well of course I went to bunnings (hardware store), they told me I wasn't even allowed to build it the carpark, either, So lot's of luck with that ..

& Please don't mention Hindenburg, that was a lesson in don't paint your airship with solid rocket booster fuel ...

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JamesTQuirk

Re: he's right

With UN & associated Organisations, talking about possibility of Earth being uninhabitable for humans by 2100, I thinks it's wise , I hate double posters, but ...

"

COP20: Global Arctic Methane Emergency #2 (12-5-2014 in Lima Peru)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQkNxuQ0DoI

Dr Jennifer Francis - Arctic Sea Ice, Jet Stream & Climate Change

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAiA-_iQjdU

'

That's why I go crazy, really important issues are ignored, while people correct spelling, argue on which OS is best in 50 years, cry about what broadband speed will be, trouble is, we may not get there ......

That's how it continues, people to involved in their own immediate crap, to notice the outside world has a major storm gathering, I am NOT concerned for me personally, I am old, it's the Grandkid & Great Grand Kids I worry about, I just get to watch, human civilisation drown in it's own crap ..

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JamesTQuirk

Re: LOOSE != LOSE

Maybe, after 20 years of crap over windows issue's, those halfwits's would cut us a break, but no, they paid big money to be experts ...

JTQ <> English

expert = drip under pressure ....

Poke 53280,0:poke53281,0:?"cntrl+6" .....

American gibberish is what world is doing.....

You are it's lacky .............

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Intelligence <> sense

There are none, mars is big challenge, Earth is changing, So get use to it, I had too ....

Trouble is we had so much potential, Maybe the "drawn-out genetical" cul-de-sac human that colonise mars or moon, eventually, developed Time Travel, come back with, large eye's (artificial lighting), big head (inbreeding), emaciated frame from calorie deprivation longevity research , tall from weightless environment, crash lands in New Mexico USA 1947, expecting help ....

I think we are going to have "RUD" event ....

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JamesTQuirk

Re: *sigh*

they will, if u hover ...

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Australian ISPs agree to three-strikes-plus-court-order anti-piracy plan

JamesTQuirk

Re: But...

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/02/05/cat_collars_japanese_death_threat_hacker/

Like the people who where hauled before courts over this ? All "innocent" but subjected to months of wrongful accusations & imprisonment, CAUSED by the holes in windows & other OS, So If law enforcement can't be sure of where it was coming from then, now with new "admissions" regarding NSA etc, how can traditional forensic methods still apply to this virus infected windows & OSX ?

With currently infected routers, especially any embedded gizmotron, NBN gateways not receiving a patch in 6-7 months that I have had one, and my home routers have had 1 each, these are the backdoors that crooks ALSO use ....

Clean Desktop OS's, and routers free of Spyware backdoors & maybe people may be able to lock down their systems ...

And not all Download sites are illegal, www.archive.org, a American site, offering PD movies & Film & books & Audio & Computer Software, a site use frequently & mirror files to ed2k, but because I am a part of network doesn't mean I am downloading the file, seeing searches in network as files, means their "detective" software is dingo-dung ...

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Blimey!

About the USA, I Posted this elsewhere on El-Reg, but maybe it belongs here, Apparently it is a Old Problem like 1840's & before ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexis_de_Tocqueville

Alexis de Tocqueville : "It is odd to watch with what feverish ardor Americans pursue prosperity. Ever tormented by the shadowy suspicion that they may not have chosen the shortest route to get it. They cleave to the things of this world as if assured that they will never die, and yet rush to snatch any that comes within their reach as if they expected to stop living before they had relished them. Death steps in, in the end, and stops them before they have grown tired of this futile pursuit of that complete felicity which always escapes them."

“Society will develop a new kind of servitude which covers the surface of society with a network of complicated rules, through which the most original minds and the most energetic characters cannot penetrate. It does not tyrannise but it compresses, enervates, extinguishes, and stupefies a people, till each nation is reduced to nothing better than a flock of timid and industrious animals, of which the government is the shepherd.”

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Dumb question from a newbie

Maybe where you think it come from isn't, & VPN are stationary targets, but hey !!!

Maybe I should elaborate dig a hole = sort of safe, but, heat seeking human hating missile = not so safe, get mobile gunnery/defensive platform, (eg: tank), gets missile up butt, SO lesson, stay @ home, eat chocolate, Alcohol, Joints, Friends, Giggling, Good Time, Deciding what I am gunna do, v's halfwits fighting over deckchairs, hang on, thinking ...........

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Blimey!

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom "Chattar Lal - Dr. Jones, in our country, it's not usual for a guest to insult his host."

So No Probs Bob, have the people who paid fees to people who made pencils, napkins, notebooks(paper), paper, Crayons, Texta's, Anything used to draw, Anything used to record, all their royalties?

The people who design Typewriters, Teletype, Walkie Talkies ie: Nikola Tesla & others responsible for 20th century ? (no Westinghouse & others, screwed him, on Copywrite)

Companies in Computer field that were swallowed and spat out for a key patent ?

No but build a network, give users the capacity, then decide it's ok for companies & "intelligentsia" but NOT P2P....

OK do what the "establishment" is good @, admin, collect & audit it, BUT not because your "system" allows it, because information unshared in useless, more minds that see it, transforms original info into NEW DATA ..

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JamesTQuirk

Re: How to enforce

I have received maybe 30-40 notices, from a "vibole on Viacom's" behalf ...

NOT a File they have accused me of downloading of exists here, all shows I have never seen or in infant kids, foreign languages, some Online TV shows, which later I found are on youtube,..

It only happens if I Connect to a ed2k server, server get shared REQUESTS on network, it confuses brain dead software see my PC as network client supporting others in network by relaying REQUESTS & they send you a notice, So don't stay connected to a server, do a search, leave, but if if that works, it works for ALL, so the real "problem" is missed, cause their IP P2P Detective software is crap ...

I think answer is, for the Government to Setup & Operate, a licensing Fee Collection Service, linked to a "PayPal" like account, that uses BitTorrent ED2K & Others to collect Appropriate Fees to Copywrite Works, by giving say Copywrite 90% & Net Tax/admin 10%, they would more money in studio coffers, USE the EXISTING networks, no need for huge centralized Servers to stream hi speed content, and infrastructure to support it being so "Critical" & maybe a revenue stream thru Tax/admin & it saving money in enforcement, detection, P2P using less Network Resources ....

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'Net neutrality will turn the internet communist – and make Iran's day'

JamesTQuirk

Re: You didn't ask Nancy Pelosi did you?

Apparently it is a Old Problem like 1840's & before ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexis_de_Tocqueville

Alexis de Tocqueville : "It is odd to watch with what feverish ardor Americans pursue prosperity. Ever tormented by the shadowy suspicion that they may not have chosen the shortest route to get it. They cleave to the things of this world as if assured that they will never die, and yet rush to snatch any that comes within their reach as if they expected to stop living before they had relished them. Death steps in, in the end, and stops them before they have grown tired of this futile pursuit of that complete felicity which always escapes them."

“Society will develop a new kind of servitude which covers the surface of society with a network of complicated rules, through which the most original minds and the most energetic characters cannot penetrate. It does not tyrannise but it compresses, enervates, extinguishes, and stupefies a people, till each nation is reduced to nothing better than a flock of timid and industrious animals, of which the government is the shepherd.”

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Linux clockpocalypse in 2038 is looming and there's no 'serious plan'

JamesTQuirk

I am talking gibberish, as most of you lot are, this article is non-event, as those who take it seriously ...

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JamesTQuirk

multi-Re: Testing, testing!

As a Pan dimensional, multi-Membrane being, I have seen your space time, it suck's, so do current batch of humans, but it is History, better luck next time ..., sorry, but I giggled .....

SORRY I will pretend like it matters ...........

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Testing, testing!

Testing, Testing, Would you know if postman was up you, if he didn't blow the whistle, Will Robinson ....!!!

Warning, Warning Dr Smith is irate .... Get over the Robot from LIS, I nearly bought him, radio controlled, in 1986 @ MT Druitt in OZ, but thought I don't want to support that bit of crap, wish I had of bought for $ 3500 then ... so when 1mbit kernels's get here, where that theory gunna go, VM's will be history, in many ways ...

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JamesTQuirk

Re: Could this already be a problem ?

So that relates to 128b 256b 512b or "the" mega kernel how ??

Thinking 64 bit is end is weird ....

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JamesTQuirk

Re: The problem is in applications

So me playing 8 bit & 16 bit games in wine, & other Emulators, breaks law of physics or something ?

No I still like wiping a swarm of b17's in SWOTL in 3 passes in a me262, running in DOS5, the Kaypro CPM VM is work in progress ....

Some of key to running old games/apps is having a VM or Virt HDD as fat8 or fat16 bit format, give it what it really wants, and they are happy ..

As you can control the "clock" in VM, this is issue when ?

Time is a relative thing, cause all my relatives have my things most of the time ? ....

And that will apply to NextGen emulators too ...

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Free Windows 10 could mean the END for Microsoft and the PC biz

JamesTQuirk

Re: Eh?

No, They knew Zip(nothing), they ask those who thought they were IT what to do, where employed because they what a computer or windows was, NOT because they actually knew anything .....

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Google unleashes tame botnet to hunt XSS in cloudy code

JamesTQuirk

I found it easier just to remove java & flash from system keep running firefox NoScript, adblock+,AdBlock edge, (just killing crap), guest agent switcher\,( thinking if website thinks you are a "mac" so will multi-faceted virus...)

Android will be next to be seen for what it is, secure Linux, rewritten in holy java ....

New phone don't need Android, java is not required, what is, is a OS for Phones/PC's/Everything, it is here, but apparently it's a secret, it is called Debian ....

Ubuntu for Phones is based on it ...

Nice, but as electronics get better, I payed $199 for a 12 core tablet 32gb ram, spent $34 on 32gb flash SD, $10 for a cover, Happy to call that $250.00, from Kmart ...

A long time ago, I pay $1399.00 for a Commodore64 Computer, Brand New, only on market for 2 weeks, $199 for a Tape drive, $699.00 for a Commodore 1526? printer, $899.00 for a 1540 disk drive, and $799 for a sony trin-atron TV/Monitor, about $3000 ...

So seeing the tablet is 64bit & Commodore64 8bit, it may confuse issue, but intrinsically does that mean I have get 8 times Cpu * 1 billion times memory capacities, @ 1/10 price ?

Or just little reason for whinging about whats available in modern IT hardware ....

My only complaint is those who think they in charge like google, apple, Microsoft, of pushing their own bandwagon, selling their gizmatrons, making all else is crap ..

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