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Mathematical Model of Zombie Epidemics Reveals Two Types of Living-Dead Strains

Lueseiseki Re:hehe (163 comments)

So are you trying to tell me Zombieland wasn't a documentary about the Twinkie shortage and Bill Murray's dying showbiz career?

about 9 months ago

Yahoo Board Approves a $1.1B Pricetag For Tumblr

Lueseiseki Re:Strange (142 comments)

Source: Yahoo Finance


about a year ago

And Now, the Cartoon News

Lueseiseki But (107 comments)

Wait wait hold on, what if I want to watch Homer unveil the 'Microsoft Monocle and Self-Driving Bentley'? I think you guys are on to something here

about 2 years ago

Hungary's Needy Given Money to Burn

Lueseiseki Selling Money (95 comments)

Have they ever thought about selling their unusable notes out for novelty purposes? I think it would spice up a good game of monopoly :)

more than 2 years ago

China Completes First Space Docking Test

Lueseiseki First Space Docking Test (106 comments)

Well that's kind of strange. I've seen headlines describing the advent of sex in space before but this is two guys doing it to each other? Not that there's anything wrong with that I mean...

more than 2 years ago

DDoS Attacks Exceed 100 Gbps For First Time

Lueseiseki cyber protest (62 comments)

Are we really calling illegal attacks on a companies' servers "cyber protest" now?

more than 3 years ago

Today's Children Are Officially Potty Mouths

Lueseiseki Re:Adults too. (449 comments)

It's called "positive punishment", a very standard and accepted phrase in the studies of psychology and behaviorism. Does a kid that was spanked always become aggressive against his/her environment?

more than 3 years ago

Gamer Plays Doom For the First Time

Lueseiseki Slashdot (362 comments)

Slashdot article status:

News for nerds: [x]

Stuff that matters: [ ]

more than 4 years ago

Officials Use Google Earth To Find Unlicensed Pools

Lueseiseki UK (650 comments)

lol, the next thing you know you'll be paying taxes just to be able to own a TV!

more than 4 years ago

4 Cores? 6 Cores? Do You Care?

Lueseiseki Re:They are just late to the party (661 comments)

Except for price, of course. My timely purchased 4890 does all I could ever want. :)

more than 4 years ago

Spore-Inspired Action RPG Darkspore Announced

Lueseiseki Re:You had me at EA... (86 comments)

Hey calm down, if you pay attention to what EA's been doing lately, they're not as restrictive and all that as they were pegged out to be. An example is their Bad Company 2 game, which launched with SecuROM that they intended to (and did) remove two weeks after the game released. Even further than that, they're even coming out with a fully fledged expansion to that game in Vietnam. No pay for extra maps here, this is actualyl original content that wasn't stripped from the game. If you wanna bitch at a company so bad do it to Activision.

more than 4 years ago

4 Cores? 6 Cores? Do You Care?

Lueseiseki Re:They are just late to the party (661 comments)

When you kinda grasp how they do it, it's not so hard.

If I'm looking at an ATI card with the number given as 5850, I know that it's part of the current generation ( 5### ) and is a pretty high end card card ( #850 ).

If I see 4350, I'll know it's from the previous generation of cards ( 4### ) and it is an entry level or HTPC card.

It's kinda hard to really know whether an ATI's 4650 is greater than a nvidea 9800GT though, but I think the real difficulty comes from trying to know how much a generation of cards improves from its last generation. (4350 vs 5350 for example)

more than 4 years ago

Biggest Study On Cellphone Health Effects Launched in Europe

Lueseiseki Re:permanent mouth movement (109 comments)

Not that there's anything wrong with that...

more than 4 years ago

South Korea Announces Daily MMO Blackouts For Youths

Lueseiseki Interesting, but (148 comments)

How would they go about enforcing this? (article slashdotted) Are they going to block a family's internet connection because their one child will be playing during a different time? What if you have multiple children even?

more than 4 years ago

MIT Researchers Harness Viruses To Split Water

Lueseiseki Re:Hopefully they aren't too effective.. (347 comments)

about 250 million years ago

And how many millions of years did it take to get back to normal? Do you think humans could continue to thrive for just one of those millions?

more than 4 years ago

F.E.A.R. 3 Announced For This Fall

Lueseiseki the thing (53 comments)

From the summary, it looks like they're really trying to shape this up and make it into a good game. FWIW, The Thing was was one my classic favorites for the PS2. :) A very scary game indeed.

more than 4 years ago

Possible New Hominid Species Discovered, Thanks To Google Earth

Lueseiseki Didn't RTA (86 comments)

Maybe it was some sort of burial ritual? Just an idea.

more than 4 years ago



Easter Eggs Give Clues to Next-Gen iPhone

Lueseiseki Lueseiseki writes  |  more than 5 years ago

Lueseiseki (1189513) writes "Very little is known about Apple's next iPhone, but screens and files hidden in the handset's latest beta software are providing some major clues. iPhone 3.0 beta testers are stumbling upon menus, system preferences and text strings that Apple tried to keep secret — presumably because they give away features that will appear in the next upgrade to the iPhone hardware, which will probably be released this summer. Highlights include a video recorder, an auto-focus camera and a digital compass. Beta-testing sleuths have also found tantalizing suggestions about the operating system, including an unannounced tethering capability, voice control and a "find my iPhone" feature."
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