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'Ban Killer Bots,' Urges Human Rights Watch

Icegryphon Re:Sounds like a great idea (297 comments)

Agreed, Winston Churchill had it right. William Tecumseh Sherman had it right. Destroy every bit of the enemy infrastructure and they wont have anything to wage war with.

about 2 years ago

Classic Nintendo Games Are NP-Hard

Icegryphon Re:Kid Icarus (204 comments)

All these replies, so many people will never be the Boshy.

more than 2 years ago

Anonymous Takes Down DOJ, RIAA, MPA and Universal Music

Icegryphon Some Anon's should the Art of War. (649 comments)

Just a brief outline but, this is what I would start to work with (mostly intel):
1. Define Targets. (Names/Emails/Sites/Etc)
2. Define Targets Infrastructure.
3. Define Allies (Partnerships) (Names/Emails/Sites/Etc)
4. Define Allies Targets and Infrastructure.
5. Find Weak points in Logistics and Infrastructure.
6. Plan Attacks Types against Weak points.
7. Time Attacks to Occur at Same time.
I know I am forgetting some points and I am sure it can be added. DDoS will eventually go away.

more than 2 years ago

Data Hogs: the Monsters Carriers Created

Icegryphon Re:Come now (215 comments)

Welcome to the interwebs, you must be new here.

more than 2 years ago

Microsoft Pulling the Plug On Windows XP In Three Years

Icegryphon Bit Question, (315 comments)

Does this Mean XP 64Bit Edition.
If so I am going to be pissed. There is not SP3 even yet for 64Bit XP.
Sure some of you may hate it, But I has it's uses for Certian Software.

more than 3 years ago

Is There a New Geek Anti-Intellectualism?

Icegryphon Re:Frist Psot (949 comments)

Oh, and FYI: Global warming is a myth, hydrogen doesn't burn, Polywell or Focus Fusion is the future of fusion, the Big Bang didn't occur, and John Doe from Podunk, Illinois has just discovered something in his garage which overturns Dominant Paradigm X.

Reminds me of a John Doe who went head to head with Stephen Hawking

more than 3 years ago

Consumer Device With Open CPU Out of Beta Soon

Icegryphon Re:ok (99 comments)

Really considered about power consumption?
You are completely Trolling.
Even the new Spartan processors have power consumption options.
Your common everyday x86 is a real HOG.

more than 3 years ago

VMware Causes Second Outage While Recovering From First

Icegryphon Re:Slashdot summary non sensationalist (215 comments)

Don't go knocking my typewriter
It's Electric, and has wonderful BNC connector
for network access. IBM, you did good.

more than 3 years ago

VMware Causes Second Outage While Recovering From First

Icegryphon Re:Slashdot summary non sensationalist (215 comments)

Keyboards, how do they work?
This does not bode well for VMware.
As much as I love their production,
I did chuckle at this major failure.

more than 3 years ago

Black Hat, DEFCON Founder Named CSO of ICANN

Icegryphon Re:can't resist (41 comments)

ICANN haz Black Hat?

Sir, If I had mod points, you would of had some of them.

more than 3 years ago

Novell Completes Sale

Icegryphon Re:Novell behaved perfectly rationally (202 comments)

If Microsoft lasts as long it could be with us for billions and billions of years (lol).

God I wish there was a +1 Scary moderator option.

more than 3 years ago

Quad-Core Mobile Chips Wasted On Mobiles?

Icegryphon Re:2 Cores/CPUs and Up. (336 comments)

If you're writing properly multithreaded code,

Exactly what I was trying to say. Question is, how many developers properly coding?

more than 3 years ago

Quad-Core Mobile Chips Wasted On Mobiles?

Icegryphon 2 Cores/CPUs and Up. (336 comments)

The major problem still out there is Programmers need to write their applications to support SMP.(Symmetric multiprocessing)

Sure I loved my Dual Pentium 2 and 3 boards back in the day. You would always see one CPU idle Unless you were running multiple Applications.(multiple tasks at once)

But, if you want to get the most performance with one program it needs to be programmed the correctly to use all these core efficiently. Like the way you use the MPI and MPI v2 Libraries for Clusters. (Message Passing Interface)

more than 3 years ago

NVIDIA To Push Into Supercomputing

Icegryphon Re:more nukes :/ (103 comments)

Exactly, CUDA has become a major player in the field of supercomputing. Just like IBM's PowerPC/BlueGene systems. With support for Floats/Doubles and amazingly fast math functions and tons of data in Matrices, the only other way to do all that math fast is a FPGA or a PowerPC chip.

CUDA, Supercomputing for the Masses: Part 1/20

more than 3 years ago

Anonymous Now Attacking Corporate Fax Machines

Icegryphon Re:Animus news day? (410 comments)

You would be suprised who makes up anonymous.
It always reminds me of the following line from fight club.

Tyler Durden: [to the police chief] Hi. You're going to call off your rigorous investigation. You're going to publicly state that there is no underground group. Or... these guys are going to take your balls. They're going to send one to the New York Times, one to the LA Times press-release style. Look, the people you are after are the people you depend on. We cook your meals, we haul your trash, we connect your calls, we drive your ambulances. We guard you while you sleep. Do not... fuck with us.

I for think it is funny to see "Project Mayhem" take form.

more than 3 years ago

A Third of World's Spam From One Russian Man

Icegryphon REAL SOVIET DAMAGE (233 comments)

Spambot increase your destruction of weak capitalist regime.

Eventually you will do REAL SOVIET DAMAGE

more than 3 years ago



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