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You've Got Male: Amazon's Growth Impacting Seattle Dating Scene

jasonla Re:Well.. (315 comments)

Oh Hi Jeff.

about 2 months ago
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You've Got Male: Amazon's Growth Impacting Seattle Dating Scene

jasonla Re:Already mostly debunked... (315 comments)

Maybe he can't get a date because he's a creep? Please Google "Nice guys of OKCupid." Look at the women who actually commented on his post: http://webcache.googleusercont... It's the same error as always: correlation != causation. The guy isn't actually a techie, but a manager (overhead), who has no credentials whatsoever: http://resume.jeffreifman.com/

about 2 months ago
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You've Got Male: Amazon's Growth Impacting Seattle Dating Scene

jasonla Re:Well.. (315 comments)

I understand that this was meant to be a joke, and I find it funny. But if only it worked that way. Sure it's a bunch of guys, but they're still mostly all straight, which does me no good. Might as well go live at Wellesley College.

about 2 months ago
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Coding Bootcamps Already 1/8th the Size of CS Undergraduates

jasonla Re:There needs to be some kind of badges system (92 comments)

I can barely make sense of what this person is saying. Did you attend a bootcamp for sentence structure, punctuation and grammar?

about 3 months ago
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Intel and SGI Test Full-Immersion Cooling For Servers

jasonla Re:Not your father's SGI (102 comments)

Thank you. I would think the current editors pay a little more attention... Is this the new Slashdot? Have I been away for so long?

about 4 months ago
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Python 3.4 Released

jasonla Re:and... (196 comments)

And in about 20 years, it will make it into the REHL derivative my company uses... sigh.

about 4 months ago
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TrustyCon was the 'Rebel Conference' Across the Street From RSA 2014 (Video)

jasonla Stephen, not Steven (20 comments)

Google.... is your friend.

about 5 months ago
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Mathematicians Are Chronically Lost and Confused

jasonla Bait headline (114 comments)

Cute headline, anon, but it's kinda misleading and reeks of BuzzFeed's desperate "read me!" attempts.

about 5 months ago
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The New PHP

jasonla Re:PHP (254 comments)

I've done PHP for 10 years, and then switched to C#, and I'm never looking back. EVER. Not only is the language shit, but look at the implementation: http://use.perl.org/use.perl.o... If the value of the variable is larger than INT_MAX .... do this... there we go, overflow averted... -_-

about 5 months ago
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iPhone Keylogger Can Snoop On Desktop Typing

jasonla Soooo..... (103 comments)

Sooo... "Need to eavesdrop on someone? There's an app for that." And I make this joke as an iPhone user who got the 4S the first week it was out, so please, no "Apple hater" accusations.

more than 2 years ago
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Gate One 0.9 Released, Brings SSH To the Web

jasonla FireSSH (151 comments)

FireSSH is better. The client runs locally on your machine through FF. No server plugin required. And you don't have to worry about the server hosting the HTML5 frontend going down with FireSSH, unlike this Gate One's 404 and 500 errors.

more than 2 years ago
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Square Enix Admits Final Fantasy XIV Damaged Brand

jasonla Re:It's a lot better now. (234 comments)

Uhh. Yes, RIFT is doing quite well and is preparing to release a new major patch.

more than 2 years ago
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Square Enix Admits Final Fantasy XIV Damaged Brand

jasonla Completely Enix's fault (234 comments)

Ever since the merger, the company's games have been shit, and I completely blame the Enix side of the family. Square Co. produced some of the most memorable and genre defining games, such as FF, Chrono Trigger, Xenogears, Secret of Mana/Evermore. (full list here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Square_games). WTF has Enix ever released that was as noteworthy or even approaches the quality of Square?

more than 2 years ago
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Can Android Without Dalvik Avoid Oracle's Wrath?

jasonla To Google: Just buy the rights to Java from Oracle (264 comments)

Seriously, Google uses Java prolifically enough across multiple platforms --- why not just buy the rights to Java and open source it. The company has tons of money, and I'm pretty sure Google would be a better steward. I mean, how long has Java 7 been in the works? Even Google's own Java architect thinks the language has fallen behind. Google could fix what's wrong with Java and in record time.

more than 3 years ago
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Facebook Photos Land Eden Prairie Kids in Trouble

jasonla Re:Don't they have anything better to do? (626 comments)

In many states, students (kids under 18), are the responsibility of the school between the hours of business. Technically, the teachers/admins are the parents between 8 am and 3 pm. So they can punish as they see fit, regardless of when said activity occured. Also, the school provides sports and other activities, and it's in its purview to remove them as well.

more than 6 years ago

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Bloomberg News: NSA has been using HeartBleed for years

jasonla jasonla writes  |  about 4 months ago

jasonla (211640) writes "We all knew this was coming, right? From the article:

"The U.S. National Security Agency knew for at least two years about a flaw in the way that many websites send sensitive information, now dubbed the Heartbleed bug, and regularly used it to gather critical intelligence, two people familiar with the matter said.""

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