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Coca-Cola Reserves a Massive Range of MAC Addresses

SINternet Coke Net Appliance (371 comments)

Instead of your present day Coke Machine. They will take a picture of those who buy and push Commercials to be played on their Machines. SIN

about 9 months ago
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60% of Americans Unaware of Looming Incandescent Bulb Phase Out

SINternet Re:Get rid of those things (944 comments)

What you did is not the norm with the lion share of "renters". I'm impressed!

about 9 months ago
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60% of Americans Unaware of Looming Incandescent Bulb Phase Out

SINternet Re:Get rid of those things (944 comments)

Actually Mr. Know It All. Almost everyone I know (which is alot) switched to CFL YEARS AGO. AS IN APPROX. 7 years. It would have happened sooner if not for availability. But maybe your right. Us being so ignorant and stupid (I guess that covers everything doesn't it). Since that time I'm sure it was passed onto other HOME OWNERS. It was the Home owners seeking the savings rather that Renters or Apt. Dwellers. They are the hold out it seems and would have been NO MATTER WHERE ON THE GLOBE. SIN

about 9 months ago
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Police Pull Over More Drivers For DNA Tests

SINternet Re:Um.... (562 comments)

Sheesh. People focus on this arm of the "Law" but I'm more worried about those who dream this crap up and what they intend on using it for. SIN

about 9 months ago
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Lessons From the Healthcare.gov Fiasco

SINternet Doing a good job IT! (501 comments)

How many developers were against the ACA at the start? Maybe some sabatogee? The NSA knew that many in IT just don't "completely" follow instructions/orders so they canned them. The same can and will be said anywhere/everywhere about IT. SIN

about a year ago
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Senators Push To Preserve NSA Phone Surveillance

SINternet Re:Fire them. (252 comments)

pffft

1 year,4 days
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Google To Encrypt All Keyword Searches

SINternet Smoke Screen (224 comments)

A multibillion dollar business cares? SIN

1 year,6 days
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Student Arrested For Using Phone App To 'Shoot' Classmates

SINternet Re:Really? (706 comments)

On your use of "Thought Crime". Did the student go beyond keeping it in his head? I do agree this has gone too far. Get rid of everything Electronic and we will get back our sense of selves.

1 year,17 days
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Intel Rejects Supporting Ubuntu's XMir

SINternet Re:Black People (205 comments)

Really?

1 year,23 days
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Teens Actually Care About Online Privacy

SINternet Parents (93 comments)

Teen online privacy really only applies to Parents.

about a year ago
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Don't Fly During Ramadan

SINternet This is /. material? (1233 comments)

Really? This is not newsworthy within the vein of Slashdot. WTF.

about a year ago
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Julian Assange Says Google's Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen Are "Witch Doctors"

SINternet Witch Doctors indeed! (253 comments)

Smoke and mirrors. Data Mining with F@cking us all in the end. What would anyone think of people who only earn 1 dollar a year to avoid paying taxes on Billions. @ssholes I say.

about a year ago
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Xbox One Used Game Policy Leaks: Publishers Get a Cut of Sale

SINternet Get a clue (379 comments)

MS and others have been wanting to get Consumers away from Physical Media anyway. This "leak" is on par with that. Everything is intended to be downloadable. What that does for Gaemstop and the like who knows.

about a year ago
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How Google Fiber Could Do Some National Good, Or At Least Scare the Carriers

SINternet Google Fiber (163 comments)

Google is setting up Nets. The choice of Cities is carefully planned.

about a year and a half ago
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US Near Bottom In Life Expectancy In Developed World

SINternet Re:Well... (1063 comments)

What you clueless folks don't get is the each country on the list has they're own "Corporation's" or whomever that is calling the shots. The difference is that they think in a like minded way. In the US those brought up without a core value(s) are prone to live a choatic life guided by slack behaviour. We are all allowed to live in a semi dream world wishing we had a lead role in a Utopian dream till we check out. Blah Blah Blah.

about a year and a half ago
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Steve Jobs Was Wrong About Touchscreen Laptops

SINternet Re:It would be worthless for work (526 comments)

your making the case why people don't change or adopt anything new.

about 2 years ago
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Steve Jobs Was Wrong About Touchscreen Laptops

SINternet Re:Before the eight-hate arrives, I just want to s (526 comments)

My comment wasn't so much insult as its the reality we see all the time. I'm 50+ and get annoyed when my peers expect someone younger to do the "research/computing" for them. I take almost any opportunity to embarrass the hell out of them. They along with others are lazy like those who can't meet lifting requirements and duck out of "Heavy" work but expect the same pay. Quit your whining and learn what to do with those devices other than buying them for bragging rights and barely get off the home screen. SIN

about 2 years ago
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Steve Jobs Was Wrong About Touchscreen Laptops

SINternet Uh Yea... (526 comments)

Got my son a Panasonic Toughbook with Touchscreen and noticed how he and his friends wove Touchpad and Touchscreen actions together. I tried to always impress weaving Keyboard shortcuts actions and Mouse use to get things done faster. The improvement is not enough to get frontpage news but to say its useless is like everything else that suffers a slow adoption, ie People are slow to change sometimes when it suits them (lazy), even Steven Jobs. SIN

about 2 years ago
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Facebook Abstainers Could Be Labeled Suspicious

SINternet Funny (625 comments)

Closed my Account yesterday because FB takes up too much time (and I was only going in every 2 - 3 days). Accounts get tagged and spammed and FB does nothing about it. Now there is a Article saying I'm suspicious. Yes things are getting weird and scary! SIN

more than 2 years ago

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