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Kerry Says US Is On the "Right Side of History" When It Comes To Online Freedom

Flicker Leak their secrets go to jail (261 comments)

"go to jail rather than win prizes"

Kerry doesn't seem to have noticed that our government, particularly his boss's administration, is not giving prizes to leakers but rather jailing them. In particular Snowden's prize did not come from the U.S. government, but the mad scramble to capture and punish him certainly did.

about 6 months ago

Flaws In a BSA Software Piracy Report?

Flicker Only 1 in 5? That's amazing. (288 comments)

Nice of them to offer to fund 25,000 police salaries with the money they'll make when pirating is snuffed out.

more than 6 years ago



Matrix Harware rev 0.1 ?

Flicker Flicker writes  |  more than 6 years ago

Flicker (4495) writes "While most large scale networking games today are running on clusters or via distributed systems, IBM has another approach. They're demonstrating that mainframes can still rule in a networked world by loading up a z9 with cell processors and running a virtual world on the gameframe."


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