I'd be all over that Kim Something Ill or other, and blame North Korea! After all, they have the most elite hackers in the world! Use the FBI against themselves.
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Oh cool, good luck getting the rich to drop their private planes.
Oh wait, you mean poor people should stop binge flying.
Ive been using Linux since SLS days, even before there was a network stack.
never heard of it either.
obviously it's some tool the kids have put together to solve a problem that BSD's ifconfig solved in the 1980s.
they are all uwaterloo people living in the kitchener/waterloo area. To say they are a minute insular community is an understatement. Its no surprise they are fasttracking their way to being the next Watcom.
So if he likes this one, it'll suck.
It's too bad she won't live, but then again who does?
Do we really need a stupid sequel to this?
The first major hack to SONY came two weeks after they laid off their security people. what a coincidence. And this malware was targeted... It doesn't take much to see that it's been a long running inside job from people who were once SONY security people.
all the domains in that thread are gone. does that guy even exist anymore?
it's DOOM, why is this a 'bad thing'?
come back out. It's interesting to compare the various ports of doom that have been released over the years.
Thanks for the hard work!
So it's the 'trade in your iPod for a Zune strategy'... got it.
If it makes you feel any better, I'm in Hong Kong, and all my stuff has American accounts so all that glorious DRM shit doesn't work. Yeah much to my amazement it doesn't work when you travel.
Nobody buys Oracle because they need a DB, and that sounds sexy. They buy Oracle because their application needs a database, and it either ONLY runs on Oracle, or is highly recommended to run on Oracle.
And then there is Oracle commerce which I see nobody mentioning. The backend of most businesses, which shockingly needs an Oracle database.
Got some random data you want to organize? have a budget? If so MSQL, otherwise MySQL. Have a real world app? Oracle.
and all those ~$100 tablets. If Microsoft didn't lower the cost of Windows to zero those would all be Android tablets.
and other sub $150 windows 8.1 tablets.