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Microsoft's New Smart Bra Could Stop You From Over Eating

NinjaPablo AbracadaBra (299 comments)

But will it be as comfortable as the AbracadaBra, at least once the overheating issues are solved?

about 8 months ago
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Is RIM's Centralized Network Model Broken?

NinjaPablo Kill the server side (104 comments)

It's bad enough having to manage GroupWare or Exchange, but having to run some horrible RIM BlackBerry enterprise bloatware on them just so BB users can get email is ridiculous.

more than 2 years ago
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AMD Llano APU Review - Slow CPU, Fast GPU

NinjaPablo Llano (184 comments)

Can the llano be tapped for green?

more than 3 years ago
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System Measures Stress In Emergency Callers' Voice

NinjaPablo New Number (238 comments)

Haven't you heard? Emergency services has a new number. It's 0118-999-881-999-119-7253.

more than 3 years ago
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Verizon Changing Users Router Passwords

NinjaPablo Re:uhhh (545 comments)

IANAL, Even if that is true, the router is rented, so it belongs while he pays his connection. In my country and I think in most countries, a landlord can't enter in any of his rented houses without consent of the people who live there. By your way of thinking Verizon could enter your network even if you protected it, just because they own the router.

Verizon still owns the router. To use your apartment analogy, just because you rent an apartment, does that give you the right to change out the locks and not give the landlord a copy of the new key?

more than 3 years ago
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Berkeley Gets Willow Garage Robot To Fold Towels

NinjaPablo TowelNet (99 comments)

We are but towels to the robots, existing only to be folded, and patted neatly into place on a table. Mark this day.

more than 4 years ago
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Car Glass Rules Could Impair Cell, GPS and Radio Signals In CA

NinjaPablo Fuel Economy (762 comments)

So to reduce fuel consumption, they're enacting a law that is going to force people to roll down their windows to get cell, radio and GPS signals, therefore increasing drag and fuel consumption? Yay!

more than 4 years ago
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Developer Exposes Copyright Infringers On Twitter

NinjaPablo Re:Twitter (164 comments)

"Developer Exposes Copyright Infringers In My Pants on Twitter"

more than 4 years ago
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CentOS Project Administrator Goes AWOL

NinjaPablo Re:Peace (492 comments)

If he wants some time off and some peace & quiet, thats fine. Most people in this case would say 'I'll be gone for X weeks, Mr. Soandso will be covering for me in the interim, and has full access to everything I normally manage.', not just disappear and not return calls or emails.

about 5 years ago
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Conficker Downloads Payload

NinjaPablo Re:Holidy Weekend. (273 comments)

Pudding can't fill the emptiness inside my heart. But it'll help.

more than 5 years ago
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Piracy and the Nintendo DS

NinjaPablo Re:DSi's effect on homebrew (261 comments)

What handheld platform should homebrewers be developing for instead?

Perhaps the GP2X or one of its related devices?

more than 5 years ago
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World's Fastest Net Link 'Used To Dry Laundry'

NinjaPablo Re:First Post ? (135 comments)

No, it looks weird for me too. Earlier the front page wasn't loading any CSS at all.

more than 6 years ago

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