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Duke: No Mercy For CS 201 Cheaters Who Don't Turn Selves In By Wednesday

jason.sweet Re:Or just practicing for an actual job (320 comments)

If you could have coded it from scratch, you knew how to weed out all the crap and pick the correct example. You also knew enough to realize that the example was an implementation simplified enough to fit in a web page. And, as a result, you enhanced the example to make it robust enough for production use. You did do that, didn't you?

about a month ago

LAX To London Flight Delayed Over "Al-Quida" Wi-Fi Name

jason.sweet Re:This was no AP. (339 comments)

Oh fuck it. Who the hell cares. I am so sick of you fucking nit-picking slashdot morons.

"Who the hell cares" should end in a question mark, even if it is only rhetorical.

about 2 months ago

Google Announces Inbox, a New Take On Email Organization

jason.sweet Sigh! (173 comments)

Please don't tell me you are one of those MORONS who relies on software for real-time instructions

Since this is slashdot, I shouldn't have to remind you of the things in the modern world that depends on real-time instructions from software. But I will say this: If software running on 1960's technology could get humans to the moon and back, it is not unreasonable for me to expect my phone to tell me how to get to ikea.

about a month ago

Wind Power Is Cheaper Than Coal, Leaked Report Shows

jason.sweet Re: as the birds go (610 comments)

If God had intended chickens to live out a natural life-span, he would not have invented so many tasty recipes with them as the main ingredient.

about 2 months ago

Texas Ebola Patient Dies

jason.sweet Re:The Conservative Option (487 comments)

In the US, more poeple have died of gunshot wounds in the last month than have died from Ebola since it was discovered. Let's not talk about rational, effective responses from conservatives.

about 2 months ago

Online Creeps Inspire a Dating App That Hides Women's Pictures

jason.sweet Re:How about... (482 comments)

It not the number of messages that is the problem. It's the dick pic to serious content ratio.

about 3 months ago

Reno Selected For Tesla Motors Battery Factory

jason.sweet Re:Stop Making Up Words! (157 comments)

WTF is a "gigafactory?"

It gets it's power from lightning striking the clock tower of Reno City Hall.

about 4 months ago

An Accidental Wikipedia Hoax

jason.sweet Re:In the olden days... (189 comments)

You mistook dismissal for whining and indifference for ignorance. Your comprehension of the English language is fleeting.

about 5 months ago

An Accidental Wikipedia Hoax

jason.sweet Re:In the olden days... (189 comments)

Why do so many people misspell and mispronounce that?

The better question is "Why do you care?" I submit a "get off my lawn" rant without proofreading, and the best you can do is criticize my spelling of the name of a crappy burger joint. Your internet-foo is weak.
As far as I'm concerned, MacDonalds is the one who doesn't know how to spell MacDonalds.

about 5 months ago

An Accidental Wikipedia Hoax

jason.sweet In the olden days... (189 comments)

In the olden days, as my children like to call them, we learned that you only use an encyclopedia. For those too young to remember, and encyclopedia is a set of articles about stuff, like Wikipedia. It came in a large set of books. It was edited by a much smaller, and, we assume, more educated set of people than Wikipedia. But even so, we recognized that a small summary article could not sufficiently convey the complexity and nuances of the subjects we were eager to study. We also understood, that such a large volume of knowledge was likely to contain oversimplification and plain errors. That is why the articles included a bibliography of sources, so we could find those books and expand our knowledge more completely and accurately. Somewhere along the line, we grew lazy. We got used to the instant gratification of the internet. Somewhere along the line we decided it was too much trouble to GET OUR HEAD OUT OF OUR ASSES AND READ A FUCKING BOOK.
This isn't about Wikipedia being unreliable. It's about authors being unreliable. Check your fucking sources, or get a job at MacDonalds.

about 5 months ago

The Sci-Fi Myth of Killer Machines

jason.sweet Re:It's not really a myth anymore (222 comments)

(HTML5-based because no one else is writing programs for your custom OS).

Figures! Skynet is written in fucking JavaScript. The whole world is going to hell in a handbasket, and Brendan fucking Eich is still sitting there shrugging and making excuses about the schedule he was on.

about 6 months ago

AT&T Hacker 'weev' Demands One Bitcoin For Each Hour He Spent In Jail

jason.sweet Re:A fifth horseman (449 comments)

And why does he include Heemeyer in when speaking of federal government?

Probably because of his sweet beard.

about 7 months ago

Replicant Hackers Find and Close Samsung Galaxy Back-door

jason.sweet Re:Who's behind that back-door ? (81 comments)



Or their equivalent from South Korea ?


about 9 months ago

Thieves Who Stole Cobalt-60 Will Soon Be Dead

jason.sweet Re:They will, without a doubt, die... (923 comments)

Film continuity doesn't apply to the real continuity.

Do you mean the real continuity described in the excellent historical references published by Marvel Comics?

1 year,16 days

Most IT Workers Don't Have STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Math) Degrees

jason.sweet Re:Personally (655 comments)

I think you meant to write, "It's's possessive."

about a year ago

1.5 Meter Long Meteorite Fragment Recovered From Russian Lake

jason.sweet Re:Obligatory (86 comments)

The change to the manual was a decision made by a minority, and it will ultimately be as successful as Prohibition in the United States.

about a year ago

It's Official: Voyager 1 Is an Interstellar Probe

jason.sweet Re:Really? (218 comments)

In space...
No one hears your nerd rage.

about a year ago


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