top Uber Demonstrations Snarl Traffic In London, Madrid, Berlin
Something new (i.e driverless Google cars) will come along to threaten their livelyhood.
Wouldn't today be the best time to start evaluating a different way to earn a living?
How many ways can you possibly protest and keep innovation away from people's daily lives?
about a month and a half ago
top Verizon and New Jersey Agree 4G Service Equivalent to Broadband Internet
I would have to disagree. It is great that there is a chance to vote the candidate out, BUT it is in the next election cycle.
The damage is already done by that time. Any candidate that promises to repeal those laws will come in and get comfy till the next election cycle. There is no need to take any bribes, because adding to this problem are the mindless voters who can't vote out the rubber stamp candidates and you got the policy mess we are in now.
top Bitcoin Exchange Flexcoin Wiped Out By Theft
Permit me to inform you of my desire of going into business relationship with you. I got your contact from the International web site directory. I prayed over it and selected your name among other names due to it's esteeming nature and the recommendations given to me as a reputable and trust worthy person I can do business with and by the recommendations I must not hesitate to confide in you for this simple and sincere business.
I am Wumi Abdul; the only Daughter of late Mr and Mrs George Abdul. My father was a very wealthy cocoa merchant in Abidjan,the economic capital of Ivory Coast before he was poisoned to death by his business associates on one of their outing to discus on a business deal.
If you send us your bitcoins now to our highly encrypted, uncreacable account, we will
1) Keep it safe from hackers
2) Wire you the equivalent USD to a bank account of your choosing
We are willing to offer you 15% of the sum as compensation for effort input after the successful transfer of this fund to your designate account overseas. please feel free to contact
,me via this email address
top Demonoid BitTorrent Tracker Apparently Back Online
This is great news because for the last few years the media has done their best to demonize torrents and related activity as nothing more than a pirates' leisure time activity.
There are truly legitimate uses for torrents and it is great to see that there are good folks working to keep such sites active.
top Solar Pressure May Help Kepler Return To Planet-Hunting Duties
I did not know that telescopes had an attitude to begin with. How does adjusting attitude allow a telescope to search for planets?
top Do You Like Online Privacy? You May Be a Terrorist
it is Anonymous.Coward@ilikeboys.com
top Don't Worry About Global Warming, Say 16 Scientists in the WSJ
I couldn't agree with you more. While we are at it, I want a personalized climate engineering. I am always +/- 1.23 degrees F colder / warmer than the guy sitting next to me. I used beans as a substitute on the days when it was cold, but *ass power is not what it used it be. My *ass may be used to colder weather and is not able to adjust to these freakish conditions anymore
top Electric Cars May Be Made Noisier By Law
In India and other places, they use horns to "warn" people and it is so unbelievably noisy, and people are so used to the horns that it becomes white noise almost. You honk and the person(s) you are issuing the warning to, COMPLETELY ignores you and does whatever the hell they wanted to do in the first place. When I come back to US, it feels like bliss, nothing having to listen to that. Imagine, hundreds of thousands of people just honking all the time. I think this is just a bad law, and hope it does not pass.
top Are Games Getting Easier?
The people playing the games might be getting faster as well? Kids as young as 5 years old are using computers. I couldn't remember getting my hands on a computer till I was 15. Kids these days are faster, better, but not necessarily smarter? according to all the other articles on
top Julian Love, Lead Technical Artist for
Does anyone know if I can play "single player" local to my computer, or is there going to be more of the same Starcraft type DRM where you have be connected to the internet(s) all the time? I was looking forward to Diablo 3 for many years now, and after hearing about the Starcraft DRM, I am very very very disappointed that I will not support this game.
top Sir Isaac Newton, Alchemist
Just because you don't understand something doesn't make it mumbo jumbo. People of old were a lot smarter than the many morons of today. There is belief that "unknown powers" gave the arc the magical powers it possessed, and science has yet to understand many things around us that have been used in homeopathy for ages, like turmeric, ginger, and garlic. Don't mock it, till you can say "I know everything about everything, and I know that is absolute rubbish"
top Thieves Use Vacuum To Siphon Cash From Safes
This doesn't sound like a case of smart criminals, but dumb executives at the head of the supermarket. If this has been going on for four years, why hasn't the company done something to fix the weak link in the chain to begin with? Serves them right for ignoring or not addressing the problem in the first place.
top UK Teen Banned From US Over Obscene Obama Email
I wonder if some "kid" decided to see what kind of crap
/. would put up, and decided to run a story from the UK version of the "National Enquirer" and there are a 3000 comments from people saying "that us just wrong".
top UK Teen Banned From US Over Obscene Obama Email
This is a very very good article. Thank you for pointing that out. However, I am curious as to how the court sees "maker voluntarily and intentionally uttered them as a declaration of apparent determination to carry them into execution". What if you simple say, "I had no intention of actually carrying it out. I said something in the heat of the moment". Also, just because the people in power choose to do what they want, i.e. threaten people just for speaking their minds, does not make it right in anyway. The article itself says that "75% of the people who threaten are mentally ill."
top Charles Darwin's Best-Kept Secret
There certainly is....
Marvin, The Paranoid Android – Hitch-Hikers Guide To The Galaxy, (1978 – 2006) (http://www.denofgeek.com/movies/166933/top_25_screen_robots.html)
top Apple In Talks To Bring $0.99 TV Rentals To iTunes
I don't understand why anyone would pay for TV, twice. Almost everyone (atleast in the developed countries) has a TV, and already pays for it. If you miss a show today, you can catch it in just a few hours at the earliest, and a few days at the latest. Most of it is reruns, anyway. If you want to watch something, transfer it before going somewhere. Why the hell would you pay for it again?
top Is a US High-Speed Railway Economically Feasible?
I live in Atlanta, GA in the "suburbs" and work in Downtown Atlanta. There is a rail line that stretches from somewhere close to where I live to Downtown Atlanta. I fight 1.5 hours of traffic, or 1.5 hours of bus time and some car time, to get back and forth. I always wonder what stops someone from saying, let me use the EXISTING tracks to put a rail from the so called suburbs to Downtown which would cover atleast three cities and would run along the WHOLE STRETCH of I85, and this has not happened as of yet. So, I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for this or any new solution. If anything
top RIM's Encryption 'Too Secure' For Indian Government's Taste
It is typically written as "enterprise-cum-consumer", meaning "enterprise as well as / with consumer", but in the US? not sure about Europe, that word has becum known for other things besides the cleaner version
top Rogue Anti-Virus Victims Rarely Fight Back
That's probably because people are too busy or too lazy. I would vote most as lazy, but probably busy to see the Cc to see whether they were scammed, if they are smart enough to realize that they have been scammed in the first place.
top Major Flaws Found In Recent BitTorrent Study
This should not be surprising to anyone. Such studies are published mostly to keep laws up against file sharers, and companies (napster, piratebay and so on), so that ?PAA can justify their existence.
suman28 has no journal entries.