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Nokia Had a Production-Ready Web Tablet 13 Years Ago

Terminus32 Innovation (272 comments)

Take that Apple!

about 5 months ago

Cheerios To Go GMO-Free

Terminus32 Re:the ultimate sign of affluence. (419 comments)

'i don't know if GMO food is "dangerous" or not....i don't think anyone here really does....but i do know one thing. only a population with WAY more food then it could possibly dream of needing could ever have this debate.' Look at the effects of GMOs on lab rats! I rest my case... GMOs are pure evil, designed to kills us as part of a eugenics agenda. Oh, and for profit and power too. Control the world's food supply and you control the world. I can't believe so many people on here are dumb enough to think Monsanto are doing this to grow more crops to feed starving people! (Just like Bono reckoned) I bet these people also believe Bill Gates' vaccines are for the good of the children... :rolleyes:

about 8 months ago

Cheerios To Go GMO-Free

Terminus32 Re:GMOs feed over a billion people (419 comments)

GMOs are EVIL. They don't 'feed' people, they are slowly killing them as part of a eugenics agenda. GMOs aren't real food. People are waking up, time to switch back to eating organic raw foods - food that your body recognises as food, none of this processed junk.

about 8 months ago

Make Way For "Mutant" Crops As GM Foods Face Opposition

Terminus32 Die Monsanto! (194 comments)

GM 'food' is destroy our planet and killing the population - no one can justify using them, other than to line Monsanto's pockets and give them control of the world's food supply.

about 10 months ago

BBC Unveils Newly Discovered Dr.Who Episodes

Terminus32 After waiting my whole life to see these stories.. (184 comments)

..the BBC decide to release them on iTunes - massive fail. Luckily my family still use Windows/Mac devices otherwise I'd have had no way of seeing them! Bring on the DVD releases, these truly are classic stories that live up to the hype that surrounded them! :-)

about a year ago

Ask Neil Gaiman and Amber Benson About Their Kickstarter Vampire Movie

Terminus32 Re:Why do this? (103 comments)

True say!

about a year ago

Ask Slashdot: New To Linux; Which Distro?

Terminus32 I'd have to say Mint... (573 comments)

...or maybe even Xubuntu/Lubuntu.

about a year and a half ago

Gnome Founder Miguel de Icaza Moves To Mac

Terminus32 Macs suck! (815 comments)

Period. More than Windows in fact. Horrible UI. Can't get my head on what makes it so appealing to people? The 'Apple' logo on the side of their machine? Linux all the way! (Lubuntu)

about a year and a half ago

Doctor Who's Dalek Designer Dies At 84

Terminus32 The REAL creator... (106 comments)

Not Terry Nation, who made millions as the writer.

about a year and a half ago

Mark Shuttleworth Addresses Ubuntu Privacy Issues

Terminus32 Why is everyone moaning about Unity? (279 comments)

Use Lubuntu or Xubuntu instead! They're much faster and less bloated!!!!! Lubuntu/LXDE is the best distro/GUI I've used, even lighter than XFCE.

about a year and a half ago

Learn Linux the Hard Way

Terminus32 Wow (185 comments)

Wish I'd started with a guide like this to dive into! :-)

about a year and a half ago

GNU Hands Out Trisquel At a Microsoft Store

Terminus32 Re:Good luck with that (274 comments)

As much as I love the GNU/Linux philosophy, I would rather give someone Linux Mint (over Ubuntu) as it plays multimedia out of the box! I have converted many to Linux this way (sorry, GNU/Linux) and the other week installed Xubuntu on a work mate's old laptop over Windows XP and had it running like new again. How chuffed he was, he said it was like having a brand new laptop again!!!!!

about a year and a half ago

Ask Slashdot: Do You Still Need a Phone At Your Desk?

Terminus32 Not in all offices! (445 comments)

Smart phones and main desk phones without PCs are still the norm in my office! We have PCs but those are used by admin...

about 2 years ago

Those Sleeping Pills May Be Killing You

Terminus32 Nothing new here... (237 comments)

Big Pharma kills, period! :-/

more than 2 years ago

New Exoplanet Is Best Yet Candidate For Supporting Life

Terminus32 Re:22 light years (288 comments)

'To search expectantly for a radio signal from an extraterrestrial source is probably as culture bound a presumption as to search the galaxy for a good Italian restaurant. And yet, this has been chosen as the avenue by which it is assumed contact is likely to occur.' - Terence McKenna

more than 2 years ago

I do my best coding after...

Terminus32 Psilocybin (222 comments) the drug of choice for hackers! :-)

about 3 years ago

Linus Torvalds Ditches GNOME 3 For Xfce

Terminus32 LXDE/XFCE are the way forward... (835 comments)

Seriously.......I gave up on the bloatware of KDE/Gnome along time ago. Sort it out developers, people want something that gets things done - not wasting memory on drawing windows and flashy GUIs that look like Mac OS X (which SUCKS big time anyway!)

more than 3 years ago

Ask Slashdot: Easiest Linux Distro For a Newbie

Terminus32 Lubuntu (622 comments)

I used to big up Xubuntu, but it's become rather bloated now. I'd say Lubuntu, 'cause it small & lightweight and has a clean & simple interface. Nothing bloated or confusing like with KDE, Gnome or Unity.

more than 3 years ago

Can Ubuntu Linux Consume Less Power Than Windows?

Terminus32 Leave out the bloatware! (225 comments)

Install Lubuntu: it totally rocks, even beats Xubuntu in terms of being uber-light! As stealthy as a ninja...

more than 3 years ago



BBC to release four free Doctor Who PC Games

Terminus32 Terminus32 writes  |  more than 4 years ago

Terminus32 writes "The BBC will be using license-payers' money to develop a series of adventure games based of their long-running science fiction television series Doctor Who.
The games use a 3D engine, although it will be more of a puzzle-solving affair rather than a shoot-em-up, and will feature the new Doctor (Matt Smith) and his companion Amy Pond."

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