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Copyright Lobby Targets "Pirate Bay For Books"

rednuhter Re:Wait... (356 comments)

Books and even DVDs cannot be "do-not-rent" if you BUY them. It's the "first sale doctrine" -- you bought it, it's yours! You can lend, rent and sell them, at your hearts will.
In what country/ies ?
We are talking about Finland here

more than 5 years ago

A Monster LED Array For Irresponsible Fun

rednuhter Re:Is it just me... (225 comments)

you sir are a [voicemode value=ominous effect=echo] god ![voicemode /]

more than 5 years ago

BBC Hijacks 22,000 PCs In Botnet Demonstration

rednuhter Re:What?!? They destroyed it? (457 comments)

they disabled the botnet clients on the a machines they had access to.
And changed the wallpaper to a message informing the user as to the investigation.

more than 5 years ago

Nintendo Asks For Government Help To Fight Piracy

rednuhter stop physical devices and .. (296 comments)

so they stop physical devices and all that changes is that people choose to download PDFs(etc) and build there own.
In fact I see a good business opportunity "will build anything from PDF(etc), no questions asked, good rates".
reminds me of

more than 5 years ago

UC Berkeley Offering Starcraft Course

rednuhter Re:Starcraft theory... (148 comments)

In tetris, you often have to make complex decisions: getting single lines quickly or more lines later on.

Should you create a 'bad' line (piece does not fit)(to fill in later) or make future shapes less likey to fit.

more than 5 years ago

RAM Disk Puts New Spin On the SSD

rednuhter Re:WAY over priced. (305 comments)

$380 excludes the ram OUCH!
(read the conclusions page)

more than 5 years ago

Interesting uses for a USB LED screen?

rednuhter what make and model are you referring to ? (1 comments)

what make and model are you referring to ? I would be interested to know the cost and availability.
As you can access the pixels directly I would try creating a nice performance bar graph, network, cpus, heat etc

more than 5 years ago

Linux and OSS to Aid the Library of Congress

rednuhter Re:Hmm... (63 comments)

RaTFA (note the lowercase "a" for "all")
"the Internet Archive has migrated Scribe entirely to Linux, and Windows support has been dropped."
Seems focused on Linux to me.

more than 7 years ago



rednuhter rednuhter writes  |  more than 7 years ago

rednuhter (516649) writes "Nature online is reporting scientists have used drugs to selectively remove one memory while unaffecting another. Musical tones were played to the rats and at the same time the subjects were given a mild electric shock. Half the study group were given the drug (not approved for use in humans) and then the experiment was repeated with a new tone. The following day the rats that had not been given the treatment were afraid of both tones while the treated half were only afraid of the second tone, the memory of fear of the first had been erased."



rednuhter rednuhter writes  |  more than 9 years ago

so the article was accepted, but it went down like a lead ballon, appears I use to many parenthisis ...

live and learn


rednuhter rednuhter writes  |  more than 9 years ago

of course it has not been accepted either.

I know its a long review, but how long does it take to review a review ?


book review submitted

rednuhter rednuhter writes  |  more than 9 years ago

just submitted book review for "LPIC1 exam carm 2", but will it get rejected like all my previous news submissions ?

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