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North Korea Denies Responsibility for Sony Attack, Warns Against Retaliation

ayesnymous Re:And OJ offers a reward to find the real killer (196 comments)

You have a point, but it was either Stuxnet or a nuclear strike by Israel. Given those two options, I think we're all better off with Stuxnet.

Iran is close enough to Israel that they couldn't be sure the radiation from a nuclear strike wouldn't spread back to Israel.

3 hours ago
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DOJ Launches New Cybercrime Unit, Claims Privacy Top Priority

ayesnymous When they say they care about privacy... (61 comments)

They care about the NSA's privacy. They don't want anyone to know what the NSA is doing.

about two weeks ago
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Ultrasound Used To Create Haptics That Can Be Touched and Felt

ayesnymous Holodeck (41 comments)

We could build a holodeck this way.

about two weeks ago
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Want To Work For a Cool Tech Company? Hone Your Social Skills

ayesnymous Re:I'll never be employed (139 comments)

having people skills can actually make you a stand out that will get promoted and allow you to progress in your career.

That's what people here DON'T want. They don't want to be promoted. They want to stay with coding forever.

about three weeks ago
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Ask Slashdot: IT Career Path After 35?

ayesnymous Re:Oh my god, you're actually serious??? (376 comments)

My IT career didn't even *start* until I was 32 or 33, it's 20 years later now... and I'm doing just fine, thanks.

But are you a coder or are you a manager? "IT career" can mean many things, including being in management.

about three weeks ago
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Ask Slashdot: IT Career Path After 35?

ayesnymous Re:Yes (376 comments)

A catastrophic health problem can change your plans overnight, at any age. Throw in that the older you get, the more likely it is to happen ... and employers can do the math too.

Not sure what the point of this response is. A catastrophic health problem can happen to anyone, whether they are a coder, in management, etc.

about three weeks ago
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Ask Slashdot: Making a 'Wife Friendly' Gaming PC?

ayesnymous Get a divorce (720 comments)

Do you really think she's being reasonable?!

about three weeks ago
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Eizo Debuts Monitor With 1:1 Aspect Ratio

ayesnymous The pixels must be tiny (330 comments)

If a standard 1920x1080 monitor is 24-27" nowadays, then a 26.5" 1920x1920 is going to have a much smaller pixel size. Good luck trying to read any text.

about a month ago
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How To End Online Harassment

ayesnymous Re:Justin Bieber (834 comments)

Everyone stop making fun of her!

Who's she?

about a month ago
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American Express Seeks To Swap Card Numbers For Secure Tokens

ayesnymous Some cards already have this - the virtual CC # (130 comments)

Some cards let you create a virtual CC # tied to your credit card and basically set it up for one-time use by putting a dollar limit and expiration date on it. Too bad some cards like Discover actually discontinued it.

about a month and a half ago
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The Great IT Hiring He-Said / She-Said

ayesnymous Re:There's a clue shortage (574 comments)

The biggest clue shortage on the hiring side is requiring x years of experience with a tool or product that has only been out for less time than they're demanding. I've lost count of the numbers of times I've seen such asinine job posting requirements.

They want someone who's willing to be a slave. If a technology has only been out for 2 years, but they ask for 4 years of experience with it, then they want to know you were working with that technology for 80 hours/week for 2 years.

about a month and a half ago
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Pianist Asks Washington Post To Remove Review Under "Right To Be Forgotten"

ayesnymous Wayback Machine cannot save that article (257 comments)

"Page cannot be crawled or displayed due to robots.txt" What's the point of Wayback Machine if sites can just block it with a robots.txt?

about a month and a half ago
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Charity Promotes Covert Surveillance App For Suicide Prevention

ayesnymous Re:Um (74 comments)

The summary said nothing about sharing those tweets with other people. It only said it sends you an email suggesting you contact them to help.

about 2 months ago
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Security Companies Team Up, Take Down Chinese Hacking Group

ayesnymous Re:6 years of hacking with the same malware? (63 comments)

Any hacker group that relies on the same malware code on their hacking, for 6 year straight, deserves no respect

Any victim that keeps getting hacked by the same malware code for 6 years straight, deserves no sympathy.

about 2 months ago
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Ex-CBS Reporter Claims Government Agency Bugged Her Computer

ayesnymous Re:She's.. (235 comments)

Poof gone, and happens to all over us.

Only happens to computer noobs.

about 2 months ago
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Jedi-ism Becomes a Serious Religion

ayesnymous Re:From who's perspective? (268 comments)

The Mormons and COS were both intended as money making operations to gain power.

You could say that about most/all religions. The other religions are just less obvious about it.

about 2 months ago

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