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Rightscorp's New Plan: Hijack Browsers Until Infingers Pay Up

AveryRegier Re: Unconstitutinal (376 comments)

For the same reason speed cameras with automated fines should be unconstitutional too, but we still have them.

about 2 months ago

Set Your Watches For the End of Windows XP

AveryRegier Finally made my upgrade decision... (712 comments)

I've been waffling a long time on which way to invest in upgrading my pc's. win 7 or 8? I like 7's stability and am not excited about metro, but don't want to have to pay the Microsoft tax too soon again. I finally made a decision.

I bought a Mac. Arrives tomorrow.

Yes, it will be more expensive over time. At least the upgrades are priced half what windows are.

about a year and a half ago

A 50 Gbps Connection With Multipath TCP

AveryRegier API support (150 comments)

One of the barriers to this technology will be API support. Many APIs provide the IP address (on both sides) with the connection object. Implementors will have to make a choice about which ip to expose and remain backward compatible.

about a year and a half ago

How Newegg Saved Online Retail

AveryRegier Re:Patent troll? (259 comments)

The patent office would not need to inspect the reports, just file them. The reports would be inspected as a part of the legal case brought against the offenders. If they lie, then they pay all court costs and hopefully get thrown in jail.

about a year and a half ago

NASA Building Massively Heat-Resistant Chips

AveryRegier EM Pulse (172 comments)

I'm reading a book now called 'Aftermath' wherein Alpha Century goes supernova and sends a massive EM Pulse through Earth's atmosphere, killing all microchips. (I'm just assuming the science is well researched and correct here.)

Would these hardened chips be able to withstand that?

more than 7 years ago


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