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Classic Nintendo Games Are NP-Hard

donotlizard Kid Icarus (204 comments)

Kid Icarus for Nintendo is the most difficult game in the history of mankind.

more than 2 years ago
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Controlled Quantum Levitation Used To Build Wipeout Track

donotlizard Re:How can you NOT spot that this is fake? (162 comments)

There used to be the Toronto Institute of Technology and Science (TITS). I'm not sure what it's named now.

more than 2 years ago
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All-Electric DeLorean Car To Hit the Streets In 2013

donotlizard Re:Wow, (366 comments)

Awesome! An interestingly expensive way for me to finally become a giant douche.

about 3 years ago
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WikiLeaks Publishes Cable Archive In Full

donotlizard Re:Buckle up folks... (296 comments)

Yes, I was looking forward to the next big news story after being inundated with non-news regarding that stupid East Coast hurricane. It'll be interesting to keep track of all the chain reactions set off by this cable release.

more than 3 years ago
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Kernel.org Compromised

donotlizard Re:Wishful thinking (312 comments)

How much are 1337 points worth in Bitcoin?

more than 3 years ago
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Evidence Points To Huge Underground River Beneath Amazon

donotlizard In related news (116 comments)

The rock band Styx has filed a trademark suit against...

more than 3 years ago
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Google Sued Over Chromebook Name

donotlizard Re:Publicity... (116 comments)

I wonder what the actual cost difference is between investing in proper marketing/advertising and suing Google and getting free advertising as a result.

more than 3 years ago
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Daily Sony Hacking Occurs On Schedule

donotlizard Re:a mess of santorum (353 comments)

Uh, I was considering Rick Santorum as my candidate of choice for President if his name was on the ballot in 2012. Now I'm not so sure.

more than 3 years ago
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Robots Successfully Invent Their Own Language

donotlizard Re:better link (159 comments)

I'm pretty sure she transferred from Toronto Institute of Technology and Science.

more than 3 years ago
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ICANN Wants To Change Rules For GTLDs

donotlizard Re:Awesome (127 comments)

Oh no! My glennblech.net domain may be at risk for takeover. I wonder what freedom-fighter Glenn Beck thinks about this.

more than 3 years ago
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Global Warming To Hinder Wi-Fi Signals, Claims UK Gov't

donotlizard Re:UK Government Hinders WiFi (280 comments)

I trust all reports from the Information Policy Unit. But I only when I'm wearing my government-approved tinfoil hat.

more than 3 years ago
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Amazon Denies Skynet's Involvement In AWS Outage

donotlizard Re:Well, that's a relief! (99 comments)

I'm glad that the people at Amazon think their outage is so humorous.

more than 3 years ago
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Robot Throws First Pitch At Phillies Game

donotlizard Re:Hrmmm... (92 comments)

Booing a robot is so abstract.

more than 3 years ago
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What Monty Python Teaches Us About Computing

donotlizard It's (102 comments)

a stretch. I'm sure TFA's author has run out of ideas. Next week he may compare computing to The Simpsons. Doh!

more than 3 years ago
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Iran Says Siemens Helped US, Israel Build Stuxnet

donotlizard Re:Iranian Idiot (300 comments)

I'm sure that Siemens, like Honeywell, Schneider Electric, Allen Bradley, etc., employ programmers, electricians and project managers who integrate control systems of varying scale.

more than 3 years ago
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Iran Says Siemens Helped US, Israel Build Stuxnet

donotlizard Re:texas? (300 comments)

Or how to navigate the Internets.

more than 3 years ago

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Google Glass as a means of monitoring by the NSA

donotlizard donotlizard writes  |  about a year ago

donotlizard (1260586) writes "I'm surprised that no one has connected the conception of Google Glass, a slightly covert, wearable video camera, to the monitoring efforts of the NSA. It seems like a perfect inlet of information for any security organization."
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Geeknet Joins Open Invention Network

donotlizard donotlizard writes  |  more than 3 years ago

donotlizard (1260586) writes "If you had started to worry about patent sharks going after Linux and Open Source distribution sites, you will be interested to hear that Geeknet, which owns SourceForge, freshmeat, Geek.com, ThinkGeek, and Slashdot, has just joined Open Invention Network as a licensee.
From the press release:
        "Geeknet is a leading resource for open source software development and distribution," said Scott Collison, Chief Product Officer of Geeknet. "We believe that by becoming an Open Invention Network licensee, we encourage further open source development and promote innovation in a technical community that benefits everyone."
Once again, we see OIN doing what it has set out to do, try to protect the Linux ecosystem. When you are swimming with sharks, it helps to be inside a protective cage, which is why you have seen a lot of folks joining recently, including Fluendo."

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