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Amazon Cloud Not Big Enough For Feds and WikiLeaks

sakasune Re:You mean there's only one cloud? (204 comments)

Why aren't we all making our own little clouds?

Fart jokes. They never go out of style.

They may never go out of style, but sometimes they stink...

about 4 years ago

Thief Posts His Photo To Facebook Victim's Account

sakasune Re:Just more extreme (222 comments)

What's next, posting to the victim's wall before you break in? Maybe to the police's wall too?

Washington DC Police Dept Likes This

more than 4 years ago

Yahoo Lays Off 600; Free Beers and Jobs Flow

sakasune Re:Exclamation point (164 comments)

Yeah they replaced the exclamation point with ellipsis and now they're just "Yahoo..."

more than 4 years ago

Porn Site Gave Federal Agents Free Rein

sakasune Re:I'm torn... (319 comments)

On one hand, I like porn. On the other

...well, the other hand is busy :P

more than 4 years ago

Underwear Invention Protects Privacy At Airport

sakasune Re:Well... (325 comments)

When you obscure genitalia, only the outlaws will have genitalia.

More accurately, only the outlaws will wear underwear.

Actually, only outlaws will have obscured genitalia. Also reminds me a Futurama quote where one of the cops said "And unblur your face, too!"

more than 4 years ago

Heroic Engineer Crashes Own Vehicle To Save a Life

sakasune Re:Burnout (486 comments)

No, I think GP's comment was just OT because he has Sally Ride's house bugged and that was the last thing she said this morning...really has no place in this discussion of blowing up 100 cars for bonus points ;-)

more than 4 years ago

College Student Finds GPS On Car, FBI Retrieves It

sakasune Re:Dont' call your lawyer? (851 comments)

The ACLU is already involved. FTA:

Brian Alseth from the American Civil Liberties Union in Washington state contacted Afifi after seeing pictures of the tracking device posted online and told him the ACLU had been waiting for a case like this to challenge the ruling.

more than 4 years ago

Comcast Warns Customers Suspected of Bot Infection

sakasune Re:Mixed feelings (196 comments)

Not everyone reads the bills or even gets paper bills. When I had Comcast, they removed a channel from their lineup and the only message was on the paper bill. Since I was paperless, I would have had to open the PDF on their site to know that. I never opened the PDFs because my bill was always the same...if they were charging me X, I knew it was right and paid it, no need to look at the itemized bill.

more than 4 years ago

CIA Drones May Have Used Illegal, Inaccurate Code

sakasune Re:Wow. (279 comments)

The bad news: If you use nukes, then coders will get even more lazy and feel they don't have to use asserts and end up being so off that the drones nuke New Jersey instead of Afghanistan.

I'm from New Jersey, you insensitive clod!

The good news: Such as catastrophe just be enough to take Jersey Shore off the air.

Well, what are we waiting for?!?

more than 4 years ago

Today's Children Are Officially Potty Mouths

sakasune Re:Out of the mouths of babes (449 comments)

But despite all the curse words, none of them were as cringeworthy as when, at her 3rd birthday party, she laid on her back, pulled up her skirt and shouted to all and sundry:


Who taught her that?

more than 4 years ago

Steve Jobs Tries To Sneak Shurikens On a Plane

sakasune Re:It was a public airport (661 comments)

Heck, he could have found an apple fan-boy in line in the terminal who would have checked them and mailed them to him from the USA for the chance to shake his hand.

...or an iPhone 4 that gets a signal ;)

more than 4 years ago

Microsoft Suspends Gamer For Being From Fort Gay

sakasune Re:please change your sig (490 comments)

Some of the most beautiful women ever born were androgen insensitive males

[citation needed]

more than 4 years ago

The Possibility of Paradox-Free Time Travel

sakasune Re:And Back to the Future. (421 comments)

I don't even know where I am now, man </hippie>

more than 4 years ago

NASA Attempts To Assuage 2012 Fears

sakasune Re:Wow. (881 comments)

I'm afraid of Sarah Palin getting elected in 2012...or ever.

more than 5 years ago

Apple Patents "Enforceable" Ad Viewing On Devices

sakasune Re:Customer Service : My Screen is Broken (439 comments)

You bring up an interesting point about which I've always wondered; how is it legal for a company to change the ToS, and still claim that a customer "signed" it? Are all contracts "update-able" in the same manner? What language would I have to use when writing a contract to reflect that property?

IANAL, but I think the language would be something like "subject to change without notice" although I'm not really sure how that would hold up in court

more than 5 years ago

Comcast In Deal Talks With NBC Universal

sakasune Re:Lamest rebranding (160 comments)

... is 100% pure SPORTS!!!!!!!!!!!!

Even more reason for it not to be on a channel (originally) geared towards geeks :P

more than 5 years ago

Australian Police Database Lacked Root Password

sakasune Re:mmmm........ (214 comments)

In this case, it's probably going to be the tea-lady (who will have no idea as to what a database even is)

There, fixed that for you ;)

more than 5 years ago

Scammer Plants a Fake ATM At Defcon 17

sakasune Re:Pedant Warning! (394 comments)

Is that you Jimmy Two Times?

nice Goodfellas reference

"I'm gonna go get the papers, get the papers"

more than 5 years ago

Microsoft Raises $3.8B in Bond Sale

sakasune Re:Yahoo (437 comments)

Sorry I'm late to the party, but I just wanted to throw my 2 cents in...I can't find an article with the exact details, but I believe they paid off their debt in 2004. Here's an article about them paying off all their debt: http://macdailynews.com/index.php/weblog/comments/2622/

more than 5 years ago



Crimes to be featured on a NJ municpal web site

sakasune sakasune writes  |  more than 6 years ago

sakasune (772886) writes "A New Jersey shore town, Belmar, is going to start mapping and sharing all crimes that occur in the municipality. From the article, "The yet-to-be-named site will use a Google Earth map to track all police activity, code-enforcement violations and even first-aid responses in the borough, the chief said. Users will be able to click on an area of the map to view all incidents logged for a particular address, or perform searches based on date, location or type of incident."
I think its kind of cool, yet scary at the same time for the privacy concerns. They say they will post only addresses or street names, but no names. Apparently this kind of thing is already in place in San Francisco and Coral Springs, FL."

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