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Wikipedia Medical Articles Found To Have High Error Rate

karolgajewski not surprising (200 comments)

It's not Lupus! (for the House fans in the audience)

about 7 months ago

DuckDuckGo: Illusion of Privacy

karolgajewski Credibility? (264 comments)

I may be breaking the fundamental rules of Slashdot, but ...
- the "article" is a single post on a recently created blog
- they misspell "lose"
- a quick google of Brett Wooldrige doesn't bring up anything exciting (a Forbes blog account with no content?)

This is the very definition of "nothing to see here, move along".

about a year and a half ago

German Laser Destroys Targets More Than 1Km Away

karolgajewski Re:Germans acquire an advanced weapon! (338 comments)

Don't forget those Polacks that went to Canada, to enjoy the socialist paradise promised us back home.

about 2 years ago

World's Hardest Sudoku

karolgajewski Difficulty level (179 comments)

If you read the "official" difficulty level, it's 11.

Yes, it goes to 11. You know it's harder when it's one more.

more than 2 years ago

Sergey Brin Demos Google Glasses Prototype

karolgajewski Old news (122 comments)

This was news almost two months ago when he wore them here at an event for The Foundation Fighting Blindness.

more than 2 years ago

Is Gamification a Good Motivator?

karolgajewski Hell yeah! (290 comments)

As a bureaucrat in a dead-end job, I can say "Hell yeah!"

There's nothing I look forward to more than a little gold star that I can put on my cubicle to rub in the face of Jenkins because I submitted more dreary TPS reports than anyone else in our unit.

more than 2 years ago

Low-Cost Indian Tablet Project Falls To Corruption

karolgajewski DataWind (144 comments)

I don't know if it's fair to still call DataWind a Canadian company. Yes, it was founded in Montreal, but ... R&D is in Montreal.. management is in the UK.

more than 2 years ago

Server Names For a New Generation

karolgajewski Re:Dual naming (429 comments)

This comment is brilliant in its simplicity and usefulness.

I wish Slashdot had a bookmark comment option.

more than 2 years ago

Bad Guys Use Open Source, Too

karolgajewski Title (84 comments)

Their grammar's great, too.

more than 2 years ago

Jerry Seinfeld Will Plug Vista

karolgajewski Re:Oh, sweet irony! (776 comments)

Maybe he's unfamiliar with dating.

more than 6 years ago



Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin Spotted Wearing Project Glass

karolgajewski karolgajewski writes  |  more than 2 years ago

karolgajewski (515082) writes "Google co-founder Sergey Brin was recently seen at an event wearing Project Glass, and there's photographic proof.

Blogger Robert Scoble caught Brin wearing the glasses at an event for The Foundation Fighting Blindness"

Link to Original Source

Swedish firm to offer lawful alternative to piracy

karolgajewski karolgajewski writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Karol (515082) writes "A Swedish company believes it may have discovered a lawful solution to the movie industry's long-running file sharing quandary. By merging peer to peer file sharing methods with advanced watermarking technology, Stockholm firm Headweb hopes to beat the internet pirates at their own game and offer consumers a legal alternative. Customers will be given the opportunity to pay for movies, download them legally using BitTorrent technology and view them using a regular DVD player."



Yay, my first "5, insightful"

karolgajewski karolgajewski writes  |  more than 8 years ago

Dear DIE-ary,

One of my comments made it to a "5, insightful". That makes me a happy 'dotter.

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