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How One Small Company Blocked 15.1 Million Robocalls Last Year

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:With a name like his (145 comments)

I sure hope his hack is free/open-source.

No, it would appear that Foss's software is non-f/oss.

2 days ago

Google Should Be Broken Up, Say European MPs

Whiney Mac Fanboy The directive does not mention google. (237 comments)

No Clue indeed. No clue from almost anyone reporting on this piece of news. (it is dissapointing that the BBC headline is so wrong)

Have a read of the Euro Parliament's Press release or (unbelievably better than the BBC) Tech Crunch.

Its a general resolution about online search engines bundling services & about the need to enforce European Competitions laws in the online space.

about 2 months ago

Microsoft To Open Source .NET and Take It Cross-Platform

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:Cite for "Linux is a Cancer" (525 comments)

It's obvious to me he is talking about GPL and not Linux itself.

Its obvious to me that he is deliberately conflating GPL & Linux to scare companies. That's the way MS operates.

about 2 months ago

Microsoft To Open Source .NET and Take It Cross-Platform

Whiney Mac Fanboy Cite for "Linux is a Cancer" (525 comments)

You are twisting his words. Ballmer was not talking about Linux, but about the GPL and it's 'viral' nature.

No. You are totally incorrect. Here's the quote, from it source in the Chicago Sun-Times (via the internet archive):

Q: Do you view Linux and the open-source movement as a threat to Microsoft?

A: Yeah. It's good competition. It will force us to be innovative. It will force us to justify the prices and value that we deliver. And that's only healthy. The only thing we have a problem with is when the government funds open-source work. Government funding should be for work that is available to everybody. Open source is not available to commercial companies. The way the license is written, if you use any open-source software, you have to make the rest of your software open source. If the government wants to put something in the public domain, it should. Linux is not in the public domain. Linux is a cancer that attaches itself in an intellectual property sense to everything it touches. That's the way that the license works.

about 3 months ago

Google Announces Project Ara Developer Conference, Shows Off First Prototype

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:A Theif's Dream Come True (66 comments)

Imagine... a phone you can steal tiny little parts out of, rather than the whole phone. It might be minutes or even hours before anybody even notices.

Are you serious? You think your little armchairy-10-seconds-of-analysis thought on the security of this device hasn't been covered by google's team of engineers?

Oh, it has:

Google says that there will be a “manager” app on the smartphone that controls some kind of locking mechanism, which keeps the modules from popping out when the phone is dropped or twisted.

about 3 months ago

Lego Ends Shell Partnership Under Greenpeace Pressure

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:Pixie Dust (252 comments)

Because Legos are made out of pixie dust, not oil.

Thanks for your insight AC. Because anyone opposed to drilling for oil in the artic of course, must be opposed to use of all oil products, produced anywhere in the world for any reason.

about 4 months ago

Indian Mars Mission Beams Back First Photographs

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:Proud of India... (113 comments)

To the Indian government though, I suggest the next project be here on planet earth:

That is, to make public toilets as easily available as every other space power.

1) China is a space power. Not exactly know for the quality & quantity of rural public toilets.

2) If everyone waited to solve every domestic issue before becoming a space power, noone would have developed rockets yet. I think you would be astonished by the poverty that existed in Appalachia or other rural isolated areas in the US when their space program started. Ditto for Europe (portugal / greece) and Russia (almost everywhere).

about 4 months ago

It's Banned Books Week; I recommend ...

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:Book Bans (410 comments)

The Golden Compass is considered as dangerous by Christian parents as Narnia is by Atheist parents

So... not dangerous at all then? I'm an Athiest. I loved the Narnia series aged 7-11. I'll get my kids to read them. I know many Athiest parents who have allready bought The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe for their bubs before they can read.

I want my kids to be as wideley read as possible Most Athiest Parents I know feel the same way. Knowledge is something to be embraced. Not feared.

about 4 months ago

Apple Reveals the Most Common Reasons That It Rejects Apps

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:Blame FSF not Apple ... (132 comments)

the developer was OK with the App Store, but a 3rd party threatened to sue Apple so Apple pulled the app.

This statement is bogus. 3rd parties cannot sue under copyright law. VLC is developed by multiple parties, some of whom wanted VLC in the app store & others who didn't.

Portraying this as Apple & VLC vs the FSF is a misrepresentation of the situation.

about 5 months ago

Apple $450 Million e-Book Settlement Wins Court Approval

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:Very disappointing. (93 comments)

and they were filed because Amazon pays a hell of a lot more bribe money in Washington than Apple ever will.

It is unclear what you mean by 'bribe' money, but both Amazon and Apple spent huge sums of money lobbying over the last 15 years or so.

Amazon spends more, but not 'a hell of a lot' more. Both organisations do their absolute best to influence policy in their favour. The idea that Apple is somehow pure in this way is fantasy that could only come from the most delusional fanboy.

about 6 months ago

Bug In Fire TV Screensaver Tears Through 250 GB Data Cap

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:Little Snitch (349 comments)

The trick is that you use the Mac as a proxy, so all traffic from the device goes through the Mac

The real trick would be to put your unix-like box behind your gateway, routing all traffic through it. This has the massive advantage of not requiring you to go around, reconfiguring all suspect devices to use a proxy server (if they even can).

I assume this is possible with a mac, its certainly relatively easy to do with linux.

about 7 months ago

To distress my enemies, I'd force on them ...

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:Interstitials - on mobile! (199 comments)

Every once in a while an auto playing video comes up. I didn't even knew it was possible, first time it ever came to me in an ad, many years, several iterations of IOS and slashdot was the first site to show me an auto playing video ad on mobile. On a limited plan 3G connection!

I think you should seriously consider using an ad-blocker. In instances like this where a site is both being abusive (showing ads after you've paid to block them) & knowingly wasting a limitied resource (mobile battery & bandwidth), there is no moral quandry. Block them.

about 8 months ago

Android Beats iOS As the Top Tablet OS

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:And yet apple sells more tablets than anybody (487 comments)

* white label tablets. Presumably built and sold in China, elsewhere.

White label tablets are sold in China, but also everywhere else. Rebranded as Aldi / Staples / Wal-Mart or what have you.

We need to recognize that premium android might as well be a different OS than white label android. The apps will be different, the languages will be different, the monetization will be different, the fragmentation will be different.

What are you talking about? I have a white-box Chinese Android tablet. It came with Android 4.2, gmail, Play store, google maps, etc. All of the no-name (Aldi Branded / Walmart / etc) tablets I've seen are the same.

For all intensive purposes premium android is as removed from white label android as it is from kindle.

Totally incorrect. The cheaper manufacturers actually provide a better android experience as they're using 'pure' android rather than putting shitty touch-wiz / sense style overlays & attempting to sign you up for a million stupid Samsung / etc services.

Oh - and you say "for all intents and purposes". Think about it. Intensive purposes makes no sense in the context this phrase is typically used in.

about a year ago

Australia OKs Dumping Dredge Waste In Barrier Reef

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:By reef... (277 comments)

As for Tasmania, almost 50% of the entire state is currently world heritage listed.

Are you sure about that? Closer to 20% it would seem.

I don't think de-listing a fraction of a percent of that ....

A fraction of a percent? They're de-listing ~74000 hectares of 1.4 million. Thats closer to 20%.

...is going to cause much damage.

You can't even get basic facts right & you expect people to believe your assessment of what will cause much damage? Even by slashdot standards, you're a fuckwit.

about a year ago

Wikimedia Community Debates H.264 Support On Wikipedia Sites.

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:Stand their ground (247 comments)

I can't see how Wiki has all that much leverage.

Looking at the list of most popular websites, I think only facebook & youtube would have more influence on video-standards settings.

When did you last see someone turn down one Smartphone for another because it couldn't play a wiki video?

Never, but it can add to a list of small frustrations, getting a user to switch manufacturers next contract renewal. You don't have to be the sole reason for a change to have leverage over manufacturers.

1 year,14 days

India Frees Itself of Polio

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:At constant risk (309 comments)

India will still be at constant risk. This modern secular country is right next to a muzzy hell-hole where attacks on polio workers are frequent.

Depressingly, Pakistani muslims are correct in thinking that vaccination programs may be controlled by western governments. The CIA used a fake vaccination program (not polio) to aid in the hunt for Bin Laden.

Among the many other things that Islam forbids they have now decided that polio vaccines are unislamic.

Islam does not forbid vaccination.

1 year,17 days

Apple Forges Agreement With China Mobile

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:Peak Apple 2012 (79 comments)

"smartphones" that are really just feature phones running Android

Wow! You're a fuckwit. Even the cheapest shittest android phone is still a smartphone. I'd love to hear your definition of a smartphone that covers the first gen iphone, but doesn't include current low end androids.

about a year ago

Samsung Ups Ante In Smartphone Size Wars: 6.3 Inches

Whiney Mac Fanboy Re:Dead Zone? (221 comments)

However, 6.3" just seems like a deadzone. Too big to hold in a hand and use effectively, unless you're Shaq, but smaller than a 7 or 8" tablet like the Nexus 7

Don't forget that the correlation between screen size & device size is not neccessarily linear. Samsung managed to increase the screen size of the S4 (over the S3) by 1/5 of an inch while (slightly) reducing the phyiscal dimensions of the phone.

The Nexus 7 has a massive bezel, these devices do not & will be smaller than the 0.7 inches you'd expect placed side-by-side with a Nexus 7.

about a year and a half ago



Apple fined $2.5 million for false advertising

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 2 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "Apple has agreed to pay a $2.25 million (AUD) fine (along with 300k legal costs) to the Australian Competition & Consumer Commision for misleading advertising. Apple misrepresented their iPad product as being a '4G' device, when in fact they're only compatible with a very small percentage of 4G networks around the world. The Age online has the full story."
Link to Original Source

Dennis Ritchie, creator of C & Unix reported d

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 3 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "The register & many others, are reporting on the death of Dennis Ritchie", confirmed by a google plus post by Rob Pike, a former colleague at Bell labs.

Dennis Ritchie was best known as co-creator of the Unix operating system (modern versions of which underpin most smart phones, Linux & OS X) and the creator of the powerful & elegant C programming language.

This is a truly sad day. The computing community has lost one of the giants, on who's shoulders so many who came after stood."

Link to Original Source

Mac Pros Smell, Cause Cancer.

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 6 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "The Guardian is reporting that some European Mac Pro users are experiencing a strong burning plastic smell when using their Mac Pros (also see babelfish translation of original french article). One unfortunate user, a molecular biologist for CNRS got so sick of the stench, he went to GreenPeace. Eventually France's national institute covering the industrial environment got involved & said a component of the smell was cancer-causing benzine. Does your Mac smell?"

Safari EULA forbids installation on windows/linux

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 6 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "The Register is reporting that the windows version Apple's Safari Web browser has an interesting catch in the EULA. You're forbidden to install it on Windows. This is the same browser that Apple slips in as an 'update' to iTunes. The license was last updated six months ago — proof that noone (even the authors) read an EULA."
Link to Original Source

Apple Founder slams iPhone, AppleTV, macBook air.

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 6 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "On a recent visit to Australia, Apple founder Steve 'Woz' Wozniak has given an interview in which he comments on the 'dissapointing' iPhone, citing the lack of 3G support and adding that other 3G phones have a good battery life. He carries a Motorolla phone to make up for the iPhone's shortcomings. On the macBook Air: "I don't think it's going to be a hit...I don't feel it's a benefit if you have to carry the Air plus a DVD player plus a couple of extra dongles to connect to Ethernet things and also maybe an extra hard disk to carry your music. On AppleTV: "My life is way too global and unpredictable for that [24-hour time limit to watch shows] — I'll get interrupted by something and I won't finish it; I don't want to have to pay again." He also noted AppleTV's poor video playback quality for youtube content."
Link to Original Source

iPhones toxic to human reproduction.

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "Greenpeace has released another environmental report critical of Apple. This one stating that a mixture of toxic phthalates are found to make up 1.5 percent of the plastic (PVC) coating of the headphone cables. The SMH is reporting that iPhones can "damage your lap top zone", as the phthalates found in the iPhone are classified in Europe as "toxic to reproduction, category 2 because of their long-recognised ability to interfere with sexual development in mammals." Its a pity that Apple can't be more like Nokia & sell mobile phones compltely free of PVC."

Google: Patent system broken, Apple: No its not.

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "Part of the AlwaysOn Stanford Summit, was the panel discussion "The Patent Crisis: Crossroads for the Business of Technology." — with speakers including Google's, IBMs & Apple's patent lawyers. According to coverage from The Register, Google's head of patents believes the system is in crisis: "The Patent Office is overburdened," she said. "The volume of patents going in is huge. And the quality of patents coming out — it could be better." Apple's chief patent counsel, Chip Lutton on the other hand, said the US patent system was "not broken" and that it was "not in crisis," calling it "the best in the world"."

iPhone sales figures released. AAPL down 6%

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "Forbes is reporting on AT&T's figures for iPhone activations over the release weekend. Many analysts had predicted 500,000 activations (and many slashdotters predicted million plus sales). Unfortunately, AT&T reported only 146,000 activations. Following this news, Apple shares fell $US8.81, or more than 6 per cent, to $US134.89, wiping out more than $US7 billion of Apple's market value. Does an over-hyped product always lead to a stock bubble?"

Malicous websites can exploit & control iPhone

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "The New York Times is reporting that a serious vulnerability has been found in the iPhone — allowing arbitrary code to be run as root. From the Security Evaulators page:

When the iPhone's version of Safari opens the malicious web page, arbitrary code embedded in the exploit is run with administrative priviledges. In our proof of concept, this code reads the log of SMS messages, the address book, the call history, and the voicemail data. It then transmits all this information to the attacker. However, this code could be replaced with code that does anything that the iPhone can do.
The security researchers have also released a white paper. This sounds like a useful vector to allow native applications to run on the iPhone."

Link to Original Source

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "David Hockney, Britain's best-loved living painter has launched an attack on Apple's mp3 player, saying Ipods have combined with a decline in art education to create a "fallow period of painting", where people are more interested in sound than visual awareness — even leading to poor dress sense. He said of the proliferation of iPods:

"We are not in a very visual age," Hockney said. "I think it's all about sound. People plug in their ears and don't look much, whereas for me my eyes are the biggest pleasure.

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "Fans of Apple CEO Steve Jobs are quick to point out that he is only paid a $1 salary for his role at Apple. However, according to Forbes he's the highest paid executive in the US — to the tune of 646 Million dollars for 2006. From the article

Forbes said the highest-paid CEOs were not always those that delivered the most to shareholders.Forbes said by its analysis, Apple's Jobs was 36th. Topping the list was John Bucksbaum of General Growth Properties, a real-estate investment trust. Over the past six years, Bucksbaum was paid $US723,000 a year while delivering a 39 per cent annual return to shareholders.
I wonder how much of that $646 Million was from improperly backdated options?"

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "Defective by Design have posted an open letter to Steve Jobs in response to Jobs' blog entry about DRM following attempts by European regulators to force Apple to licesnse fairplay. Defective by Design asks Jobs to show his sincerity about DRM in three ways:
1) Drop DRM on iTunes for independent artists.
2) Drop DRM on iTunes for Disney movies and video.
3) Take a public stand against DRM and legislation mandating DRM by funding a campaign to repeal the Digital Millenium Copyright Act's (DMCA) prohibitions."

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "Australia's monopoly Telecommunications provider Telstra has ruled out carrying Apple's iphone, in a rather stinging attack on Apple, the Telco's spokesman said:

"There's an old saying — stick to your knitting — and Apple is not a mobile phone manufacturer, that's not their knitting," Mr Winn told AAP. "You can pretty much be assured that Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and ZTE and others will be coming out with devices that have similar functionality."
It should be noted that Telstra has the only cell network (2.5G) in Australia that is capable of supporting the iPhone. Does this mean Australian's will not be getting iPhones at all?"

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes ""Dvd" Jon Johansen has posted several sceptical blog entries reacting to Steve Job's blog posting about DRM. One post questions Job's misuse of statistics that attempts to prove consumers aren't tied to iPods through ITMS.

Many iPod owners have never bought anything from the iTunes Store. Some have bought hundreds of songs. Some have bought thousands. At the 2004 Macworld Expo, Steve revealed that one customer had bought $29,500 worth of music.
The other question's the DRM-free in a heartbeat claim. There are apparantly, many Indie artists who would love to sell DRM-free music on iTunes, but Apple will not allow them.

It should not take Apple's iTunes team more than 2-3 days to implement a solution for not wrapping content with FairPlay when the content owner does not mandate DRM. This could be done in a completely transparent way and would not be confusing to the users.

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  about 8 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "Nintendo's Wii has demolished Microsoft's xbox 360 sales in Australia, outselling the xbox's entire fourth quarter sales in just three weeks.

From the article:
The quarterly figures, released by games analyst Daniel Morse, show Nintendo sold 51,744 Wiis, whereas Microsoft sold 45,036 Xbox 360s. However, since the Wii only went on sale from December 8, its figures relate only to the three weeks to December 31, whereas the Xbox 360 numbers pertain to the entire three-month quarter.

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 8 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "Toptechnews is reporting the release of the iPhone. Unfortunately, the product doesn't support music and is from Linksys, beating Apple to the punch. Cisco (Linksys's owner) has owned the iPhone trademark since its acquisition of Infogear in 2000. The iPhone is a VOIP handset, using 802.11 wireless rather than standard GSM or CDMA mobile networks. It also features a built-in Web browser."

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 8 years ago

Whiney Mac Fanboy writes "Apple has sent a nastygram to the Crunchnotes blog. The crime? Linking to a video hosted on Youtube. Apple's lawyer states "While we appreciate your interest in Leopard, it has not yet been released to the public. The software demonstrated in the video must therefore be running on a pre-release developer's build of OS X 10.5." This appears to be contradicted by the video's public availability on the Apple website. Is this another case of Apple bullying those who simply want to give them free publicity?"



An open letter to Taco on Pudge's abuse of power.

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 6 years ago


An entry you wrote on the Slashdot FAQ states:

What sorts of anti-troll filters exist?

A handful of filters have been put into place to try to make sure that people don't abuse the system. The most important is that the same person can't post more than once every 120 seconds. Also, if a single user is moderated down several times in a short time frame, a temporary ban will be imposed on that user... a cooling off period if you will. It lasts for 72 hours, or more for users who have posted a ton.

The vast majority of you will never encounter any of these troll filters. If you do encounter one unfairly, let us know so we can fix it. This stuff is fairly beta code, so there are bound to be problems. [emph mine]

Yet Pudge can post a comment at 12:50, 12:51, 12:52 and 12:53.

In the same story, Pudge posted over 60 times (and counting!) in a five hour period, many times less than 120s since his last post.

I understand allowing the editors certain freedoms that you can't give to a wider audience, but allowing your own editors to troll the Slashdot readers and abuse the filters set to stop such behavior is frankly a little sad.

If you agree that Taco needs to revoke Pudge's editor account, please reply below.


Why all the freaks?

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 7 years ago

I've just looked at my 'freaks' on slashdot.

Why are there so many? I just don't understand.

Wouldn't all you freaks rather be my fans instead?


A dollar for Apple is a vote for the Democrats?

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 7 years ago

In the long lead up to the US Presidential Elections, there is something that I'm curious about.

How do slashdotters (and particularly conservative slashdotters) feel about Apple's overt and unequivocal support for the Democrats? If you're not sure what I'm talking about, consider the following:

  • During the last election. John Kerry had Steve Jobs' personal support and friendship, including Jobs' offering himself in the position of technical/PR advisor to the Kerry campaign.
  • Jobs has had the Clintons over to his house for an intimate dinner. The Clinton's returned the favor, inviting Jobs to stay a night in the White House's Lincoln bedroom, a privilege granted to big party donors.
  • Steve Jobs organised a fund raiser for Hilary Clinton at his Palo Alto home.

Has Apple's support for the Democrats changed your purchasing decisions?

Are you more or less likely to buy Apple knowing that a non-trivial percentage of your hard earned dollars are going to make there way into Democrat campaign funds?


Google "Mac Fanboy".

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  about 8 years ago

I'd just like to thank all the other whiney mac fanboys here on slashdot for linking to my slashpage.

Your tireless efforts have resulted in the slashdot wmf homepage becoming the number one google search result for mac fanboy.

Thanks again for all your hard work.



Why is Apple afraid of being PC?

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 8 years ago

There is one thing I really don't understand about Apple. From the first advertisements for the Apple ][, Apple was proud to call their PC line ""Personal Computer"s". Apple continued to be proud of their PC heritage, billing the Lisa as a reinvention of the "Personal Computer".

This continued until as recently as 2000, when Apple was quite happy to advertise the powerMac G5 as the World's fastest "Personal Computer" (at least until they were ordered to pull the ads for being "misleading".)

I can understand why Mac users use the term PC. It's because of a sense of being an outsider & the feeling of superiority the term gives the user (I use a mac, it's not a generic item like a "PC"). On the other hand, I think if Apple were the company it portrayed itself as being (great products, from an ethical, honest company), it wouldn't use the term PC (in opposition to mac), as well as the term "Personal Computer" (when it suits).

Ironically (in the Alanis sense), Apple's most blatantly incorrect usage (Mac Guy / PC Guy ads) has come after Apple's shift to a far more generic PC architecture, which makes it possible to run windows on a mac or os x on non-mac hardware (the 'standard' definition for a PC used to be 'a machine capable of running windows').

What does everyone else think? In this new era where it's possible to run OS X on a Dell, or windows on a Mac, is Apple being intellectually dishonest using the term "Personal Computer" when it suits them and PC disparagingly?


Are you my friend?

Whiney Mac Fanboy Whiney Mac Fanboy writes  |  more than 8 years ago

Have I made you my friend?

If I have - its because just like me you're a whiney mac fanboy!

It's good to know who's going to join in piping up in every story about how a solution using Apple products is a far better then whatever the article is discussing.

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