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Volvo Developing Nano-Battery Tech Built Into Car Body Panels

PerfectionLost Re:Hazard (178 comments)

More like good bye after market vendors.

about 6 months ago
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VirtualBox 4.3 Comes With New Multi-Touch Support, Virtual Cam and More

PerfectionLost Re:What are the current options? (114 comments)

What's wrong with being a drunk homosexual?

I know right? Unless he is making the comment that Larry Ellison is a drunk homosexual, which is probably more offensive to drunk homosexuals.

about 6 months ago
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Microsoft Office Finally Gets iOS App

PerfectionLost Re:The enemy of my enemy... (139 comments)

I kind of wish they went with Ask Jeeves instead.

about 10 months ago
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Chrome, Firefox, IE 10, Java, Win 8 All Hacked At Pwn2Own

PerfectionLost Re:Fundamentally Flawed (183 comments)

When software stops being made for end users.

about a year ago
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For Businesses, the College Degree Is the New High School Diploma

PerfectionLost Re:And people wonder why the US is going broke... (728 comments)

After you're done reading a book, you put it down, and maybe never even read it again. After you read 100 resumes, and pick a couple to talk to the people you have to hire someone. That someone will be in your life for the forseable future. It makes the consequence of picking a bad or--even worse--a mediocre candidate a serious decision. Its much worse to hire a mediocre employee because it will take you longer to figure out they are no good, and even longer to get rid of them.

about a year ago
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WotC Releases Old Dungeons & Dragons Catalog As PDFs

PerfectionLost Re:Finally (224 comments)

My bad, PM's dont exist. You can use this form: http://perfectresolution.com/?page_id=565

I'll have to dig them out of the box in storage to figure out what I have. probably around 10-15 class and race books, and a binder of monsters.

about a year ago
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WotC Releases Old Dungeons & Dragons Catalog As PDFs

PerfectionLost Re:Finally (224 comments)

My bad, PM's dont exist. You can use this form: http://perfectresolution.com/?page_id=565

I'll have to dig them out of the box in storage to figure out what I have. probably around 10-15 class and race books, and a binder of monsters.

about a year ago
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WotC Releases Old Dungeons & Dragons Catalog As PDFs

PerfectionLost Re:Finally (224 comments)

I have many AD&D books I am looking to sell. Please PM me if you are interested.

about a year ago
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VPN Providers Say China Blocks Encryption Using Machine Learning Algorithms

PerfectionLost Re:This is true (111 comments)

Oh man you just made my day.

about a year ago
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Microsoft To Apple: Don't Take Your Normal 30% Cut of Office For iOS

PerfectionLost Re:Platform == racketeering (724 comments)

Yes, but side loading is installing another piece of software. My point was just because you can do something--such as install an app from a different repo, or install a different web browser on an OS--doesn't mean that you don't have a monopoly.

about a year ago
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Microsoft To Apple: Don't Take Your Normal 30% Cut of Office For iOS

PerfectionLost Re:Platform == racketeering (724 comments)

I agree. These people have also never tried to sell art through a gallery. 30% would be lauded as a tiny cut of the profit in that industry...

about a year ago
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Microsoft To Apple: Don't Take Your Normal 30% Cut of Office For iOS

PerfectionLost Re:Platform == racketeering (724 comments)

Please note, you could install a different browser then IE6 on windows 95/98, but that did not stop the anti-trust law suit from happening against M$ in the 90s.

about a year ago
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Cloud Version of OpenOffice In the Works

PerfectionLost Re:Hey, guys, at least... (71 comments)

Open Office on the cloud would allow you to run it on a device that supports web browsing, but does not have precompiled binaries. A good example would be a tablet, or smart phone.

about a year and a half ago
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Reiser4 File System Still In Development

PerfectionLost Re:Al Bundy (317 comments)

Thought of Al here. Either scenario is funny--though ones a comedy and the others a tragedy.

about a year and a half ago
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A Honda Civic With no Gas Tank (Video)

PerfectionLost Re:Practical? (331 comments)

Interestingly enough, the dark green states in that map seem to roughly correlate to how much nuclear power is produced in the state. Go figure.

Though I question the numbers.

In Maryland, I can buy all Wind Powered energy from Ohio (which is actually cheaper then the mostly coal mix that I get by default). I have to imagine that that would lessen the impact.

about a year and a half ago

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