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Casio Unveils New Color Screen Graphing Calculator

neuro-commando Re:16MB? 1999 called, they want their calculator (313 comments)

I have a graphing calculator app on my Ipod. It's awesome. My teachers are mildly excited by the fact that I'd install an app related to mathematics, but not so thrilled about letting students use their Itouch (read, essentially mini-laptops) during class.

more than 4 years ago
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Casio Unveils New Color Screen Graphing Calculator

neuro-commando YES!!! (313 comments)

Finally, I can jack off in Math class.

more than 4 years ago
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Paleontologists Unearth Giant Fossilized Penguin

neuro-commando Really? (124 comments)

I really love the fact that this is posted as Linux news.

more than 4 years ago
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What Pinball Looks Like When the Stakes Are High

neuro-commando I wish (133 comments)

I could make that kind of money from playing pinball :)

more than 4 years ago
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Can an Open Source Map Project Make Money?

neuro-commando Legally ok... Morally not. (304 comments)

Taking the hard-work of the open-source community and making money off it without any acknowledgement or payment to the origin of the product is just immoral, not that it matters much, but it does a great job of making you come off as an asshole. Like was said, Legally Ok. I don't think they're bitching because Microsoft using it, but rather, because Microsoft is taking their hard work and making a profit off it without doing anything in return. In Polish, we have a word for this kind of behavior: Hamstwo (Haamstvo-phonetically). No one's bitching from a legal standpoint, they understand Microsoft is allowed to do this, they're just annoyed at the disregard these people are showing.

more than 4 years ago
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Some Windows Apps Make GRUB 2 Unbootable

neuro-commando Re:FLEXnet, Adobe's rootkit (429 comments)

Indeed, I've also heard of other Adobe products doing similar things to GRUB, though I believe they somehow ended up overwriting it altogether. I don't remember the specifics, but it happened to me once. True, no big deal, I popped in Super Grub Disk and repaired my MBR, but its the fact that Adobe has no business there, coupled with the fact that it's annoying which really gets to me.

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Icons on my (computer) desktop:

neuro-commando Say no to clutter (384 comments)

I try to keep my desktop as icon free as possible. I generally put the things I really do use often there, but other than that, I try not to clutter it. I prefer my pretty desktop anyday :)

more than 4 years ago
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Full-Body Scanners Deployed In Street-Roving Vans

neuro-commando Re:how long until.... (312 comments)

Although a bit extreme, and probably illegal way to fight this, it would probably work. If they started turning up false positives all over the place, people wouldn't be very happy at all.

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Skipping Traditional Recruitment, Going Straight To the Source

neuro-commando Great idea (207 comments)

I would prefer if browsing stack-overflow and similar sites was the preferred way of finding possible workers, like the article said, it shows a much bigger picture, as well as a person's strengths, and major areas of interest. It sure beats a resume that's designed to make the recruit look like a golden angel, especially because there are bound to be hundreds just like it, finding the right guy is pretty much a "pin resumes to the wall, and throw darts" type of science.

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BlackBerry Battle In India Going Down To the Wire

neuro-commando Re:Tough Call (176 comments)

This is simply not a battle they can, or should win. If Indians don't like the way their government treats their privacy, they need to change things themselves.

I agree with you here. The governments concerns do sound legitimate, as far as terrorist groups go, but I'm not sure if it's to the point that they need to strip every blackberry owner of their rights. Personally, I'm all for privacy, and you're right, if the Indians want to have their privacy respected, they need to make a stand and be willing to take the risks associated with it.

more than 4 years ago

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