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OCZ Launches Vector Indilinx Barefoot 3 SSD, First All In-House Design

MoOsEb0y Re:Reliability? (122 comments)

Neither. Micron, Intel, or Samsung. In that order.

about 2 years ago

Why the Number of O's In LOL Matter On YouTube

MoOsEb0y Re:so (186 comments)

4 digits as requested.

more than 2 years ago

If You Don't Want Your Car Stolen, Make It Pink

MoOsEb0y Re:Hm... (390 comments)

Going back to the unix analogy of the parent... Have you seen some of the custom themes for Gnome/KDE out there? :)

more than 3 years ago

Microsoft Says Google Chrome Frame Makes IE Less Secure

MoOsEb0y By that logic... (459 comments)

... we should ban flash, acrobat reader, quicktime, and dozens of other plugins that all have regularly reported vulnerabilities.

more than 5 years ago

Microsoft Discloses Windows 7 Pricing

MoOsEb0y Re:Overpriced. (821 comments)

Yeah, and if I could buy snow leopard for my PC, I might actually consider it.

more than 5 years ago

Maddog's New Hampshire "Unix" Plate Turns 20

MoOsEb0y Re:Oh the memories (212 comments)

I'll always look back fondly at the summer I spent at the spit brook road campus in Nashua. I interned there a couple years back working with a bunch of old DEC guys. A great team and a great building. It's a shame HP sold the building off. If someone from ZKO happens to run across this, send me a plate of Chori Pollo, stat! :)

more than 5 years ago

New Firefox Project Could Mean Multi-Processor Support

MoOsEb0y So here's the $10,000 question... (300 comments)

Does the process separation prevent badly-behaved plugins needed for a good portion of websites in existence these days *cough*flash*cough*acrobat*cough* from killing your browser when they inevitably decide to break? Both plugins have been killing me on both win32 and linux. Noscript and mozplugger or foxit help to some degree, but firefox is by far the most unstable program I use these days because of plugins.

more than 5 years ago

Time Warner Shelves Plans For Tiered Pricing

MoOsEb0y Excellent news (210 comments)

Now, can we get Bell Canada to do the same?

more than 5 years ago

Shuttleworth Announces Karmic Koala

MoOsEb0y Re:Another one! (305 comments)

How about Leprous Lemur?

more than 5 years ago

Pandora Trying Out Invasive Commercial Breaks

MoOsEb0y Re:Can't be accessed outside of US (244 comments)

  1. ssh -D 8080 host.in.the.us
  2. set ff proxy to localhost:8080
  3. ????
  4. profit!

about 6 years ago

Ubuntu Mobile Looks At Qt As GNOME Alternative

MoOsEb0y Qt4 Dance (262 comments)

I bet the GNOME developers are going to run and go do the Qt4 Dance once they start programming in it.

about 6 years ago

Ubuntu Download Speeds Beat Windows XP's

MoOsEb0y Here's an idea... (515 comments)

Swap the hard drives and run the benchmarks again. If they're identical save for the amount of ram, then the Windows XP installation shouldn't freak out about new hardware.

about 6 years ago

GM, Utilities Partner To Advance Plug-In Hybrids

MoOsEb0y Re:What Charging Infrastructure? (582 comments)

Very, very few people will pay new-car prices for a car that will go 150 miles then require a 3-hour recharge.

Yeah, because my friends and I all drive more than 150 miles every day.

more than 6 years ago


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