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Hollywood's Secret War With Google

hackus Re:The battle of extremes. (176 comments)

"The 9 trillion dollar bank bailout."

Gad.

Do you realize what tech we could build with 9 trillion dollars?

We could go to alpha centauri for lunch, and be back just in time for dinner.

What a human and monetary waste of potential. Whoever approved that are enemies of the human race

about a week ago
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How Intel and Micron May Finally Kill the Hard Disk Drive

hackus 3.2TB HD's (438 comments)

Gimme gimme gimme.

about three weeks ago
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Ask Slashdot: Best Practices For Starting and Running a Software Shop?

hackus Issues in general. (176 comments)

First, you my friend are going to have a mighty rough ride if you are thinking about competing against the new generation of software people coming down the pipe.

I do not know what advantage you think you have, but asking such basic and simple questions although not a crime, suggests you should not be the one owning the shop.

Hopefully you recognize that and put someone else in control because learning on the fly with investor money is a sure fire recipe for disaster. Unless you are funding the shop yourself.

The people I work with, never went to college. They are a new generation built upon Internet access. The are debt free. Free thinkers and horrifically skilled and on their second startup by the tender age of 23.

They are debt free, confident and not scared of failure.

More than a match for any CS program anywhere in the world. I would ask one of these young choppers to run the place.

That is if you can get enough respect from one of them by simply dangling your paper degrees in front of their faces to be the one they call boss.

Good luck, you are going to need it.

about a month ago
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Samsung Seeking To Block Nvidia Chips From US Market

hackus Nvidias destruction. (93 comments)

Nothing would make me happier.

From an open source perspective Nvidia is far worse than Samsung with regards to hardware openness.

I mean, I have been very careful over the years to not buy phones, tablets, video cards that are associated with Nvidia in my private computing and professional computing experience.

I urge everyone here to do the same and put your dollars privately in those situations professional consulting can sway your customers opinion towards companies that have open hardware. Even companies who are not open fully, like AMD, but much more so than Nvidia.

Building a great operating system with source code requires open hardware.

about a month ago
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Is Public Debate of Trade Agreements Against the Public Interest?

hackus I'll informed public... (219 comments)

If a ill informed public votes for a bad law, then that is not so bad.

If a single person decides the fate of millions, that is very bad because being informed has nothing to do with the overall well being of a Republic.

We have a small number of people in Europe, USA and Asia creating lots of problems.

Let me be the first to say they are VERY informed about what they are doing, and very well educated.

These enemies of humanity are working very hard to bring about the destruction of the human race with their greed, lust for power and absolutely blood thirsty rule.

The issue as I see it is to deconstruct or decentralized control of societies. As these blood thirsty people plan the next disaster or take advantage of natural ones to destroy our lives with fiat rule by decree, or executive orders or whatever, we simply prevent large structures of political blocks from forming.

We can start by preventing banks from becoming too large, because they are, well..enable the construction of these large blocks of control in the first place.

Ever since banks in the USA for example became a monopoly things have been going down hill fast.

There funding of mischief is ever increasing through out the world.

about a month and a half ago
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UN Climate Change Panel: It's Happening, and It's Almost Entirely Man's Fault

hackus Re:the ones to blame are the 350.org, etc (695 comments)

I hate to be the one to break this to you, but the energy industry, as well as the financial industry are the primary benefactors to both primary parties in the USA.

so this is not a neo con, tea party issue.

In fact, as it has been pointed out in pedantic style here on Slashdot and non mainstream media outlets, we live in a oligarchy.

NOT a republic, democratic state as so many idiots continue to believe in.

about a month and a half ago
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UN Climate Change Panel: It's Happening, and It's Almost Entirely Man's Fault

hackus CO2 levels (695 comments)

Plants simply absorb most of it, as they done so for BILLIONS OF YEARS THROUGH FAR WORSE EPISODES IN EARTH HISTORY.

I am all for growing trees and increasing the density of the natural Biosphere to combat this problem. Make every city block free space required to grow food plants of any kind appropriate, for example.

Make the primary color of all cities green, instead of concrete. Very simple to do, and free food for everyone.

If city workers can plant and water trees they can do the same with food crops.

I am not for carbon credits, AL Gore nonsense and incorrect or bad science.

I am ESPECIALLY AGAINST modifying the atmosphere. You want to try that? Take a crappy 2000 plus year old tech rocket ride to Mars and take your industrial education complex fellow PhDs with you.

Good luck, and do not call us, we will call you.

about a month and a half ago
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White House Wants Ideas For "Bootstrapping a Solar System Civilization"

hackus Yeah...I got some ideas... (352 comments)

1) Destroy instutionalized education and rebuild it with features like Oh, I don't know...how about not penalizing people who think differently and degrees based on contribution to society and not paper exams?

2) How about not destroying our economic base by giving bankers hundreds of trillions in benefits for raping society and well, maybe using that money to build something we need...like a new propulsion tech not based on Newtonian Physics?

I would be willing to bet with 17 trillion dollars that the Bankers go we could probably do something interesting....like open the entire resource base of the solar system to a growing humanity with lots of problems.

about 2 months ago
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Medical Milestone: Scientists Reset Human Stem Cells

hackus I will tolerate man for 120 years. (75 comments)

There is a reason why we die.

It is the very fact, human beings are essentially evil if left to their own devices.

The worst possible outcome is human beings living longer for no other reason except to continue our evil ways.

Something has to change, and it isn't found in simply changing our DNA.

about 3 months ago
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Getting Into College the Old Fashioned Way: With Money

hackus Re:Smart People (161 comments)

George Boole was told he wasn't a man of quality, and his ideas were not correct by ALL of the leading academic institutions IN THE WORLD.

That is just one example, and there are many more.

How idiots like you in institutionalized learning centers manage to get away with REWRITING HISTORY OF THE COMPUTING FIELD by posting that sort of horse shit really pisses me off.

Yeah, go right ahead. Burn through 250K in cash, places like harvard and stanford computer science programs and get taught by narrow minded people who share that marvelous history of telling people like George Boole his ideas are not worth anything. "Because you are not a man of quality."

It is a fine tradition carried on till this day by all major Universities around the world.

If you are a University Degree'ed PhD reading this I have a message from George B. :

KISS MY ASS.

about 3 months ago
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Grand Ayatollah Says High Speed Internet Is "Against Moral Standards"

hackus USA is morally safe. (542 comments)

Between COX, Time Warner and Charter we should be safe from High Speed Internets evil influences for the foreseeable future..

about 4 months ago
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Canada Tops List of Most Science-Literate Countries

hackus Kill God (221 comments)

If you kill God, you are scientific and literate.

about 4 months ago
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Numerous Methane Leaks Found On Atlantic Sea Floor

hackus Leaks on the Seafloor (273 comments)

Yeah, like that has never happened before.

Lets have a Methane Exchange and destroy peoples lives to fix it with Methane Tax Exchanges.

about 4 months ago
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Linux 3.17-rc2 Release Marks 23 Years of the Linux Kernel

hackus 23 Years of LINUX (106 comments)

Year of the Linux desktop!?

Sorry, just had to post that.

Thank God for open source LINUX.

Seriously.

I would be running a chain of Indian Restaurants long ago if the only thing I was doing was product management of Wind0ze machines.

LINUS thanks for the greatest occupation anyone could want: LINUX Admin/LINUX Programmer.

PS: I need to buy LINUS something, but what do you do for a man that has all the source code? MMMmmmm....

about 4 months ago
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Illinois University Restricts Access To Social Media, Online Political Content

hackus You cannot be surprised? (130 comments)

Anyone who is stupid enough to pay a University via a banker to become "institutionalized" deserves exactly what they get.

In the age of the internet, if you have to pay someone to sit you in a room and teach you like a trained monkey you have serious problems that go way beyond education.

Universities are sort of like the last DINO's that hung around after the big rock thing from the sky happened. In this case the rock is the formation of the modern internet.

I would pay about $500 bucks for a Bachelors degree, max for the outside chance a University actually provided something I can't do myself with a Internet connection.

about 4 months ago
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Tech Looks To Obama To Save Them From 'Just Sort of OK' US Workers

hackus Same. (441 comments)

I do not agree.

I have been in the tech industry for 25+ years and most of the time foreign means cheap workers.

I would also point out out, how incredibly frustrating it is to design technology over language and cultural barriers. Especially for non trivial infrastructure work spanning continents.

I finally asked management to just send our US team abroad to work for a year, otherwise I was going to quit.

What would have taken 3 years was done in 8 months time to I would like to point out.

about 4 months ago
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Is "Scorpion" Really a Genius?

hackus Genius (391 comments)

Einstein, Tesla, Newton, Boole.

Contributions way the freak ahead of their time, and not just the knowledge they knew, but what they decided to do with it, was probably pure genius in my opinion.

There are lots of smart people in the world, but very few of them really contribute anything beyond paper test scores or academic nonsense.

To be a true genius in my opinion, you look the world straight in the eye, tell it your full of crap, and whack upside the head with a contribution that challenges civilization at the time.

All of the above men did that, some centuries before their contributions fully took root.

about 4 months ago
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Microsoft Surface Drowning?

hackus Go Surface! (337 comments)

I don't think Microsoft should stop Surface at all.

It has extreme promise to vastly exceed the loses it has already accumulated, and I think Microsoft should strive to hit the 10Billion a year loss threshold by 2020.

I know Microsoft can do it, the technology they provide to the world can easily match $10 Billion in losses by 2016, but only if they hunker down, and get to work.

about 4 months ago
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Ask Slashdot: Life Beyond the WRT54G Series?

hackus WDR4300 (427 comments)

Works very well with the source builds of OpenWRT.

The WDR4300 hardware and software with the WDR4300 present one with a verifiably secure wireless system, that is also correctable if it is not.

That is why I use it.

about 4 months ago
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Why the "NASA Tested Space Drive" Is Bad Science

hackus Bad Science (315 comments)

In otherwards, you can't make billions off of the infrastructure storing liquid hydrogen, billions off launch pad construction and maint contracts and most of all, nothing can go boom sp, instead of having to buy insurance and possibly building TWO in case of launch failure, there just isn't any good money....I mean good science in that or any idea that doesn't use rockets.

Rockets=The Chinese were doing it long before we were and somehow nobody gets it that it is old hat.

about 4 months ago

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