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The American App Economy Is Now "Bigger Than Hollywood"

eudas Wait... (135 comments)

Did they include all the aspiring actors/actresses working as waiters in that estimate?

2 days ago

CIA Director Brennan Admits He Was Lying: CIA Really Did Spy On Congress

eudas Re:When will we... (266 comments)

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

about 6 months ago

'Google Buses' Are Bad For Cities, Says New York MTA Official

eudas Corporate Arcologies (606 comments)

If anyone is going to bring us Shadowrun-style corporate arcologies, it'll be Google.

about a year ago

Honeywords — Honeypot Passwords

eudas Re:Honeywords? No... (110 comments)

"I prepared Explosive Runes today."

about a year and a half ago

'This Is Your Second and Final Notice' Robocallers Revealed

eudas Re:FFS (235 comments)

Not to Godwin the thread or anything, but "I was just following orders" didn't work well as a defense at the Nuremberg trials. Just sayin'.

about 2 years ago

Rockstar Creates 'Cheaters Pool' For Game Hackers

eudas Re:Interesting (228 comments)

"There'd better be some sort of concrete proof"

Game companies don't provide ban evidence to end-users, because cheaters always request it so they can improve their cheat progs so that their next account can avoid the banhammer.

more than 2 years ago

Sony To Delete Virtual Goods

eudas card collections value (171 comments)

for the most part, this statement is true of non-virtual cards as well.

more than 2 years ago

Scientists Create World's First Atomic X-Ray Laser

eudas In other news (145 comments)

Vault-Tec stock is up!

about 3 years ago

White House Responds To SOPA, PIPA, and OPEN

eudas bullies (517 comments)

Simply coming back with "ok, we get the message - you don't like SOPA. But i don't hear you jackoffs coming up with any better ideas, do I?" is bully psychology. it is a sorry attempt to rephrase the conversation as "well, do you prefer A or B?"

but that's not the issue. the issue is, "does this problem need to be solved at all?"

because if we simply accept the choice between horrible implementation that infringes on our rights A and horrible implementation that infringes on our rights B, we're not actually thinking about all of the possibilities. maybe piracy, ultimately, is better for the public than either choice A or choice B.

just a thought.

about 3 years ago

UK Police Test 'Temporarily Blinding' LASER

eudas seems like a really bad idea (398 comments)

Isn't the use of lasers for blinding enemy personnel against the Geneva Convention? What makes it sound like a good idea for use on your own Citizens if you can't use it against enemy infantry? Not to mention the lawsuits resulting from failures that wind up permanently blinding people.

What a bad idea.

more than 3 years ago

How Tech Vendors Help Governments Spy On Their Citizens

eudas Re:And by the way (102 comments)

it's easier to get your own citizens to remain complacent about being spied on than the enemy agents.

more than 3 years ago

Google Throws /. Under Bus To Snag Patent

eudas Re:Excellent karma yet no mod points (584 comments)

I believe that one of the account options is that you can opt-out from moderation. Check that and see if that's what's going on...

more than 2 years ago

Judge Makes Divorcing Couple Swap Facebook Passwords

eudas Re:divorce (332 comments)

1) You should probably delete your profile ahead of time, then.
2) I'm pretty sure that if you took the action to "delete your profile" with such a short turnaround time, then the spouse's login to your FB account would undo the "delete" action, anyway. Logging in to a FB account during the "deletion waiting period" cancels the deletion.

more than 3 years ago

Favorite Sony Gaffe?

eudas Re:PS3 backwards compatibility (329 comments)

i think the only reason ps2 backwards compatability was included in the ps3 was to help drive adoption rate for the ps3. as ps3 adoption went up, then ps2 backwards compatability was phased out, until it was gone and the ps3 stood on its own.

it's not like sony really wants you to have a single device to play all their games on - they just wanted the new item to have a better sales ratio until a critical mass of buyers had been achieved.

more than 3 years ago


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