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Re:What logic!

Luckyo (1726890) writes | about 3 months ago


You don't need to hold the person hostage. You just need to take away their electronic id card for the rest of the day.

This isn't a strawman. This is a real threat, and something that has significant history of happening in the past with democracy. Please stop pretending that "doing stuff with computers is always better" and actually study the history behind the issue.

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pikine (771084) writes | about 3 months ago


Pfft, I am my own typist. I typed a C program on a mechanical typewriter the other day. The typewriter was missing some of the keys, but I managed to use the trigraphs.

Re: Not convinced

loufoque (1400831) writes | about 3 months ago


Natural language is both ambiguous and unprecise.

Converting it to a programming language forces you to be specific about what you really want.

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Re: Emacs, vi, IDE

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I like Geany quite a lot, I use it on windows and linux.

It has plugins like notepad++; whether there are as many available I'm not sure.

Re:Where's my medal?

BenJeremy (181303) writes | about 3 months ago


Yeah, I got a couple of those during my time in. I did a few things to improve productivity and spent a lot of time teaching people how to use PCs (The amazing, Tempest-certified Z-248! Running Enable!). I think I had performed over 200 one-on-one classes in the ~3 years I was at that particular unit.

Tweaked the EDL-based print spooler we ran to get print from Camp Lejeune so we could store more than 65,535 lines of print (hmmmm maybe it was 255 lines)... that made it possible for the "night shift" person to come in @ 5am and still get all the print off and ready by 7am... before, we had to start at 10pm to get the same amount of work done. It seems that both communications and printing were faster if they weren't performed at the same time, by at least an order of magnitude.

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Re:Uh, sure..

jimmydevice (699057) writes | about 3 months ago


You didn't work for my bosses.

Cheap bastards.

Re:Need doublethink training

whitesea (1811570) writes | about 3 months ago


It looks like you are looking at it from the political viewpoint instead of the practical one.

Google discovered that they already have plenty of white males working for them. They want more diversity and this course is their way to increase the pool of available talent.

Diversity (variety of backgrounds, experiences and viewpoints) is good for business. Google has many programs to solve different problems. This program is to resolve a problem of too homogeneous workforce. Don't read too much into it.

If I want a vegetable soup and I already have plenty of potatoes at home, I buy what I am lacking. Will you criticize me for discrimination against potatoes? I posit that all the indignation about this particular program omitting white males is as silly as criticizing me for omitting potatoes from my shopping list.

I also agree with other posters that attacking and denigrating any group will drive some of its members away, even if they are otherwise interested, talented, and competent.

Re:Doesn't give warm fuzzies

Sciath (3433615) writes | about 3 months ago


Absurd. Private insurance industry can do the exact same thing, deny coverage because of lifestyle. In fact private industry has an even greater incentive to do so... profit margins. Government services are not operated on the basis of quarterly profits and are pay as you go systems. So I very much doubt your assertion carries much weight all things considered.

Re:The answer nobody likes...

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Now answer the question.

What felonies did the average guy probably commit today?

I got up, drove to work, worked, ate lunch, worked, came home, and watched some TV.

Re:Need doublethink training

ClickOnThis (137803) writes | about 3 months ago


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Re:Let them drink!

Ol Olsoc (1175323) writes | about 3 months ago


Okay let me backpedal a wee bit and re-label it a "potential problem." And yes I can, I think. A massive portion of the food we sell in the US cannot be lawfully sold in Belgium.

Im fairly certain they have socialized medicine.

Oy, Looking into this, I see that in Belgium they have horse butchers. Coming from a Horsey family, this is a little distressing. The apparently ban GMO foods.

They do ban Bisphenol A - which is a very very good idea. Too many estrogenic mimicking products on the market

I see that pigs blood for black pudding received some sort of transport temperature waiver. You do not want to watch that being made

Darnit, you got me started here, now I'll be reading this stuff all night!!

Anyways the context is important because the US has used very similar logic as a justification in NYC for trans fats, and before it was struck down, the large soda ban.

Yeah. Of all the places to try to eliminate trans fats especially, NYC. One of my concerns about peole trying to ban food on "health grounds" is that what is considered unhealthy changes over time, and for different people's opinion. Eggs for example went through a period of time when they were a real pariah. I have a lot of older friends who havent eaten anything but "Egg Beaters (tm) for years. But now it seems - hey, not so bad. Or banning salt when very active persons like myself need more salt than others.

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Miamicanes (730264) writes | about 3 months ago


You're right that concrete isn't a guarantee... but true EF5 tornadoes are almost as rare as landfalling category 5 hurricanes... and EF4 tornadoes aren't a whole lot more common. On the other hand, EF0 tornadoes are abundant, EF1 tornadoes are common, and EF2 tornadoes aren't particularly UNcommon. Switching to Florida-style construction wouldn't eliminate the risk of death or injury from a tornado altogether (because frankly, the only place that's safe to be when an EF5 hits your house is "somewhere else, far away")... but it WOULD basically eliminate meaningful damage from common EF0 tornadoes, would dramatically reduce property damage and injuries from EF1 tornadoes, and would almost certainly reduce the death toll (though not necessarily number of injuries or number of houses rendered uninhabitable) for EF2 and EF3 tornadoes. So yes, an unlikely (but non-inconceivable) EF5 tornado hitting downtown Kansas City mid-afternoon would still result in unfathomable carnage... but the dozen or so EF0 and EF1 tornadoes that hit the KC metro area over any given 5-year timespan would barely earn more than a few minutes of semi-sensationalistic coverage on the local TV news (maybe CNN, if someone gets good video footage of the tornado itself & it's a slow-news day).

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Re:Doesn't give warm fuzzies

Sciath (3433615) writes | about 3 months ago


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Re:Doesn't give warm fuzzies

Sciath (3433615) writes | about 3 months ago


It's questionable whose opinion is remarkably naïve. Doctors have been abdicating their responsibility for patient care for financial reasons over the past thirty years. And even more so over the past five to ten in their rush to be absorbed into giant healthcare systems who exercise corporate power over their practices. Ergo, patient care is subjugated to the corporate bottom line. Now... doctors and the AMA could've sought other solutions utilizing not only their financial but also their professional expertise influence. After all, no one else is legally permitted to practice medicine in every state except licensed medical professionals. Thus, if they wanted to, they could dictate conditions in the medical/insurance economy. But they haven't. Why? Money, just like the insurance agents/companies. So who's worse, the people who are in business to make money or the ones who took the Hippocratic Oath to serve? Seems clear doesn't it?

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So why do people complain that emacs is big while not complaining that web browsers are getting too large and bulky for the display of static documents?

People do complain about web browsers getting too big, and about them being used for dynamic content, too. Nobody listens. People complain about EMACS giving them carpal. People listen to that. (No really, one of my old bosses had one of those expensive Kinesis keyboards way back in the day, before carpal was fashionable, and blamed it on EMACS.)

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Ran some tests back when CRTs commonly had >80FPS capability and we had enough computer power to run them. For most of the test subjects 85 was about all that they could readily discern. There were some, though, that could see the benefit at 100.

It's kind of like the IndyCar ad on NBCSN, where the passenger is mostly screaming and Mario Andretti (CART, F1 champ, Indianapolis 500, NASCAR winner, amoung the items on his resume) is observing the dandelions in the infield and the ladies in the stands, apparently in slow motion. Some just process visual data faster than others.


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Re:Be polite

Maxo-Texas (864189) writes | about 3 months ago


I like the hope of the AC, but I think your post is probably more correct.

I had relatives who became police officers. They became thuggish towards ordinary citizens. It wasn't just thinking ordinary citizens were criminals- it was being thrilled with the power they had over ordinary citizens and the unequal enforcement of the law on them.

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feedfeeder (1749978) writes | about 3 months ago


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