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Warner Bros. Admits To Issuing Bogus Takedowns

dmacleod808 Re:Oh Okay (199 comments)

I got ONE notice. It costs me money on a monthly basis. For my VPN

1 year,1 day
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Man Killed By His Own Radio-Controlled Helicopter In Brooklyn

dmacleod808 Re:OUCH (479 comments)

Because the Federal government threatened to pull back funding for states if they did not up the drinking age to 21.

about a year ago
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Falling Windows RT Tablet Prices Signify Slow Adoption

dmacleod808 Re:Would I buy one? (290 comments)

R&D + Marketing + production cost = they may actually have taken a loss.

about a year and a half ago
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Alan Kay Says iPad Betrays Xerox PARC Vision

dmacleod808 Re:Fanboy attack (387 comments)

I think the paradigm is more akin to using the onscreen keyboard with a mouse... how is it different than adding a SEPARATE keyboard *except in the case of a laptop of course*

about a year and a half ago
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JMS and Wachowskis Teaming Up for New Netflix Funded Scifi Series

dmacleod808 Re:Devices that play Netflix (268 comments)

Clearly the Author lives in 2002.

about a year and a half ago
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High Court Orders UK ISPs To Block More Torrent Sites

dmacleod808 VPN FTW! (133 comments)

The law has obviously not caught up to the Tech Community...

about a year and a half ago
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Six-Strikes System Starts In U.S.

dmacleod808 Re:WTF NOOB! (418 comments)

Usenet is bad once the indexing sites dissapeared and a much higher percentage of the content does not end up being complete in the last 3 - 4 months.,

about a year and a half ago
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Six-Strikes System Starts In U.S.

dmacleod808 Re:Of course (418 comments)

Don't know where you have been... but AOL hasn't been a part of Time Warner in over 3 years... In 2000, AOL and Time Warner merged under the name AOL Time Warner. The merger was not fruitful and on May 28, 2009, Time Warner announced that it would spin off AOL into a separate public company. The spinoff occurred on December 9, 2009,[11] ending the eight-year relationship between the two companies.

about a year and a half ago
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Six-Strikes System Starts In U.S.

dmacleod808 Re:Good thing proxies can't be spoofed! (418 comments)

This is why I run my VPN enabled connection in a VM, to use for things not to be monitored. My main connection is free for low latency.

about a year and a half ago
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HR Departments Tell Equifax Your Entire Salary History

dmacleod808 Re:Privacy And Sin (472 comments)

You are obviously not familiar with Burma Shave, its a 1950s thing. There were signs on the road, each sign had a single line, ending with "Burma Shave". It was not supposed to be fine prose. I think they covered it in the pilot episode of Quantum Leap.

about 2 years ago
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UK Cookie Consent Banners Draw Complaints

dmacleod808 Re:Most users are not geeks (108 comments)

you forget the subset of the population who does not fundamentally understand how to use google. Step 1. Go to google.com Step 2. Search for Yahoo. Step 3. Click on yahoo. Step 4. Search for gmail.

about 2 years ago
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Linux Nukes 386 Support

dmacleod808 Now I Want... (464 comments)

A 486 with ethernet just for IRC. Since it is now my last vestiges of nostalgia for 1992 since my 386 wont work. Sans modem of course.

about 2 years ago
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Windows 8: a 'Christmas Gift For Someone You Hate'

dmacleod808 Re:The guys is wrong (740 comments)

Miss Information makes me mad too. She is so snooty.

about 2 years ago
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Microsoft Surface Struggles to Ship A Million Units

dmacleod808 Re:failure round 2 incoming (375 comments)

if MS has a good dock for this (they dont , at least they haven't announced it) that will turn it into an Ultrabook, maybe with an extra battery built in etc. it could be viable as a platform, however they have announced scant accessories for either machine as far as I know.

about 2 years ago

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