Slashdot Tries Something New; Audience Responds!
The problem I have with the mobile site is that my phone just can't handle it. It is slow slow as to be completely unusable. The desktop site runs fine though.
Shouldn't a mobile site be more lightweight than the desktop site? It seems that reverse is actually true.
Canada Quietly Offering Sanctuary To Data From the US
I imagine that if you are transferring data from Canada to Mexico, it is 99% likely to travel through the US.
BitTorrent Sync Beta Released
No, the files are only sync'd to computers that you give your secret key out to.
Mobile websites should be lighter and faster than their desktop counterparts, not the other way around!
Bing Becomes No.2 Search Engine at 4.37%
Now if only it didn't suck.
I wish someone - even Microsoft - would come up with a decent alternative to Google. Being a monopoly is making them more and more corrupt, and by being the gatekeeper, they now own too much of the internet.
Try duckduckgo.com. It's pretty good
The Golden Age of Infinite Music
Well whatever. Because that is me. I evolve, but I don't revolve. Or vice-versa. I suppose what you're trying to say is, you don't want another Chris Evans on your hands.
Asus Slaps Linux In the Face
What about the time and effort you spent replacing windows with linux?
What Free IDE Do You Use?
Its the only IDE I've ever found comfortable to use on Linux.
Eclipse isn't designed for C++ and feels clunky as a result.
Code::Blocks was OK, but seemed to have too many bugs to make it usable.
CodeLite on the other hand is designed for C++ and I haven't encountered any major bugs preventing me from using it productively.
Helping Surfers Sidestep Site Registration
Whenever a site asks me to register before I can access content (and I don't mind my username/password being made public), I use http://www.mailinator.com/.
You basically email@example.com, and then head over to the site, type in your made up email address, and it shows you the last 5 (probably spam) messages it has received.
Of course its totally unsecure (but that's sort of the point), so be careful what you use it for.