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Ask Slashdot: What To Do About Repeated Internet Overbilling?

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:Simple Solution... (310 comments)

Obviously, that's not an option for this person. What prompts you to type this and click preview, and then click submit, without considering this? Do you think you're the one who's stating an obvious point? You're not. You're the one who is proving he doesn't think before he types.

yesterday
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Is Dong Nguyen Trolling Gamers With "Swing Copters"?

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:Why are you giving this dipshit free PR? (112 comments)

This is an idiotic who had a mental breakdown (or whatever) and removed FB because it was "too hard and ruined peoples loves", after he staged a meltdown online where he blatantly lied and said that the amount of money he was raking in was too much and posed a threat to himself because of where he lived in the world.

IMHO, this jackass should have been banned from the App Store with all the shenanigans he pulled. Now you jackasses are giving him free PR again, because he wrote another shitty HTML5 game that is once more purportedly "too hard". Nice.

Wow. This guy proves i kan reed's point IMMEDIATELY.

2 days ago
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Do Readers Absorb Less On Kindles Than On Paper? Not Necessarily

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:Compare it with a nook (105 comments)

Wow. I hadn't noticed that Amazon was marketing the Fire tablets as e-readers, but yeah, that's the wrong hardware for the job. Sounds like a group of marketers at Amazon think that their poop can dance and do tricks.

about a week ago
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Do Readers Absorb Less On Kindles Than On Paper? Not Necessarily

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:Compare it with a nook (105 comments)

You're not under the impression the Paperwhite isn't e-ink are you? It is. Paperwhite is e-ink with a sidelight built in.

about a week ago
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Supervalu Becomes Another Hacking Victim

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:In other news (27 comments)

That's not how you spell Hole Foods.

about two weeks ago
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Involuntary Eye Movement May Provide Definitive Diagnosis of ADHD

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:100 percent bullshit (200 comments)

ADHD meds are no more a slippery slope than Antidepressants before them. And they were no more a slippery slope than the Tobacco/Pot/Alcohol/Coffee before them. Arguments like yours are why Slippery Slope is considered a logical fallacy.

I'm saying that seeking chemical sources to soothe over the overabundance of reward-based interactions we are experiencing will naturally progress towards escalating both the drugs and the reward-based interactions. I apologize if I misused the term "slippery slope". Invoking antidepressants as an example of harmlessness is far more questionable than any incorrect naming of a type of fallacy I may have done.

about two weeks ago
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Involuntary Eye Movement May Provide Definitive Diagnosis of ADHD

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:100 percent bullshit (200 comments)

Which medical school did you graduate from?

You don't know? I graduated from the school that passes out pieces of paper that prove I'm more authoritative than you are. Look at my creds, they prove everything! It's way better than thinking about what I'm saying. Now shut up and call me Doctor.

about two weeks ago
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Involuntary Eye Movement May Provide Definitive Diagnosis of ADHD

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:100 percent bullshit (200 comments)

On the plus side, even if we accept the assertion that the disorder is nonsense (which is questionable; but for the sake of argument); the usual treatment has the virtue of being sufficiently useful, safe, and even pleasant that plenty of people who don't even suspect ADHD will try to score some through alternate channels or complain until they get a prescription.

The risks aren't zero, and there are certain people who should stay away; but psychostimulants are some very nice drugs.

I have to reject that. Slippery slope. If we take enough drugs, we can totally mechanize and work/play on our machines/selves/machineselves all the time, and be "content" about it. Why would that be good, as opposed to changing our expectation of the next generation being the same mental configuration as the previous one?

about two weeks ago
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Involuntary Eye Movement May Provide Definitive Diagnosis of ADHD

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:100 percent bullshit (200 comments)

You misunderstand me. I'm not blaming technology. I'm blaming our lack of understanding of how our interaction with it affects us as a group over time.

about two weeks ago
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Swedish Dad Takes Gamer Kids To Warzone

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:Gettin All Up In Yo Biznis (418 comments)

The correlation between military FPS and real war is mindshare/recruiting. Why do you deceive yourself? For fun? You love CoD so much you can't see the downside? I don't get it.

about two weeks ago
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Involuntary Eye Movement May Provide Definitive Diagnosis of ADHD

uCallHimDrJ0NES 100 percent bullshit (200 comments)

The persistence of the notion of this disorder is disturbing. The method by which it's diagnosed is faulty. You can't come in after all this legacy of crap and tell us that you can diagnose it physiologically using a single criteria like this. These assertions will be disproven within the year. The entire ADHD diagnosis phenomenon is the culture struggling with the ramifications of human interaction with technology. You can't set the example of "pay close attention to the stimulating box for long periods of time" over multiple generations and not expect a massive change in the way kids behave. Whether they fit in with our plans or not, these kids are NORMAL. It's the expectation that this generation will behave like the previous one which is faulty.

about two weeks ago
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Apple's App Store Needs a Radical Revamp; How Would You Go About It?

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:Hey Apple, U got problems? I got solutions! (249 comments)

This doesn't solve the problems listed, it makes them worse. By having multiple stores you decrease each apps visibility, unless the developers do much more work to list their apps in every store. Taking time that would otherwise be devoted to developing more or better apps.

I don't agree, Basil. More app stores means more/different lists of most "popular" apps, and more diverse bodies of users who will be looking for something different. It's not very Apple, but it is true. Does this mean developers have to choose which market/appstore to be sweet to? Yes. This is simply "humans" managing the App store, as Tim Cook pretended to propose. He meant "Apple employees who do what we tell them," but we are suggesting more truly independently run App stores.

You seem to be pursuing a dream where Apple drives customers to independent Apps. That was a fine dream when iOS was fledgling. Now, it's a behemoth. New stores, new markets, new risks, new rewards for new developers.

about two weeks ago
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Of the following, I'd rather play ...

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:Go (274 comments)

Gin!

about two weeks ago
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Of the following, I'd rather play ...

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:Go (274 comments)

Atari.

about two weeks ago
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Can Our Computers Continue To Get Smaller and More Powerful?

uCallHimDrJ0NES Our own computers? In the FUTURE? (151 comments)

Next you'll be telling me they'll let us run unsigned code on processors capable of doing so. You need to get onboard, citizens. All fast processing is to occur in monitored silos. Slow processing can be delegated to the personal level, but only with crippled processors that cannot run code that hasn't yet been registered with the authorities and digitally signed. You kids ask the wrong questions. Ungood.

about two weeks ago
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DARPA Uses Preteen Gamers To Beta Test Tomorrow's Military Software

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:What's the problem? (84 comments)

quietwalker, you are treading dangerous waters. If you talk sense here, people won't be sure if you're on their side or not, and then they won't know whether to mod you up or down. Look at the other replies to your comment...they've got you practically eating babies already. Stop making sense and expecting people to think. I find it's best to make jokes.

about two weeks ago
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I'd most like to (personally) explore:

uCallHimDrJ0NES Re:Cities (246 comments)

What's stopping you from making it happen?

THIS. The presupposition of this survey is that we are all somehow trapped.

about two weeks ago

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NTLM 100 Percent Broken Using Hashes Derived from Captures

uCallHimDrJ0NES uCallHimDrJ0NES writes  |  about a year and a half ago

uCallHimDrJ0NES (2546640) writes "Security researcher Mark Gamache has used Moxie Marlinspike's Cloudcracker to derive hashes from captured NTLM handshakes, resulting in successful pass-the-hash attacks. It's been going on for a long time, probably, but this is the first time a "white hat" has researched and exposed the how-to details for us all to enjoy. Microsoft has posted a little guidance for those who need to turn off NTLM: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2793313. Have fun explaining your new security project to your management, server admins!"
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