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Space Invaders: The Movie

xenn Re:it was a cold dark night (244 comments)

Love your work. Fucken great. How do you come up with this stuff?

But cutting to the chase scene decora, the studio execs think it's a little bleak. Could ya lighten it up a bit? Maybe throw a romance in?

more than 3 years ago
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New Medical Camera the Size of a Grain of Salt

xenn Re:In America.... (132 comments)

it's razor sharp, like a car driving under a truck trailer

more than 3 years ago
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Creating the Software Art In Tron Legacy

xenn Re:uh oh, talking out of channels (124 comments)

that's really a truly great idea.

very few musicians have even tackled 5.1+ surround audio, let alone release each track as a bunch of separate mixable objects (ie bassline, drum track, or vocals as an individual sound file or track)

that's how I intend, and I expect DJ culture to lap it up.

It will take time, but before too long it will be defacto in the 'live' scene.

more than 3 years ago
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Creating the Software Art In Tron Legacy

xenn Re:TRON needed more TRON (124 comments)

Yeah about the quality of that movie,

character moves from a to b encounters c, moves from d to e encounters f, etc... ad nauseum.

how does the substance of this movie compare?

more than 3 years ago
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Android Passes BlackBerry In US Market Share

xenn Re:Surprised? (250 comments)

Explain how that affects the sale of services in your reality, please.

more than 3 years ago
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Drug Runners Perfect Long-Range Subs

xenn Re:i am for the legalization of marijuana (428 comments)

QUICK!!! Someone should tell Portugal before their addiction rates continue to drop, along with all the other benefits they've seen in the 10 years or so since they decriminalised ALL illegal drugs.

more than 3 years ago
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Should We Have a Right To Be Forgotten Online?

xenn Re:Public Forum. Get used to it. (210 comments)

Proposal:

Slashdot Word Thingy Referendum

Which word should supplant "entitle" to mean what entitle used to mean in it's original context-dependent neutral value existence etc...

What say ye?

more than 3 years ago
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Is Apple Turning Into the Next "Evil Empire"?

xenn Re:Obligiatory (722 comments)

Precisely.

"Evil" masterminds alway's explain their masterstroke before commencing...

duh.

more than 3 years ago
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Chinese Intellectual Property Acquisition Tactics Exposed

xenn Re:Savvy business dealings (398 comments)

No surprise. This is done all the time in business no matter what country you are in. You can have partnerships or you can acquire technology. after that you can do what you want with it. This is kind of like the open source model, no? you get the source when you buy the product. After that you decide what you want to do with it.

I certainly think so. Perhaps albeit, with a sour aftertaste for some.

The great thing for human kind though, is since China knows it doesn't own the intellectual concepts they cobbled together and put into function, all the developments improvements they have made by doing so is now Free (as in speech) for all the world to copy.

For all they're tyrannical control of censorship, I believe history will absolve them to a degree, as they do the world a favor.

more than 3 years ago
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Beware the Garden of Steven

xenn Re:The battle is ON! (580 comments)

- It read like a Sinatra song...to me.

more than 3 years ago

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World-Wide Sting on Internet Piracy.

xenn xenn writes  |  more than 2 years ago

xenn (148389) writes "The linked article, titled by TVNZ as "Kim Dotcom bail appeal dismissed, funds released", somehow doesn't quite capture the drama the lies within...

"Meanwhile, it emerged today that US authorities are investigating Dotcom's pregnant wife, Mona Dotcom, as part of a world-wide sting on internet piracy.

Toohey said she had received a preliminary application from the US indicating that Mona could have been involved in Megaupload.""

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