Last time I took a maths class, 6 was not "hundreds". If 6 billion isn't a typo, then the article is way out of whack, and the economics are actually heavily stacked in the hyperloop's favour, as 2 airports with terminals and a dozen 747s to shuttle between them would end up costing more than 6 billion.
Readvertise with stricter requirements. If you're getting 1000 resumes, your person specification is way too vague.
If the FBI 'joins the dots' by connecting Pirate Bay uploader 'sharkmp4' and porn producer Ingenuity13 to Prenda (which seems pretty likely), then Prenda's whole business model looks very different.
They claim to be acting on behalf of Ingenuity13 to defend Ingenuity13 against copyright infringement started by sharkmp4... which would be legal, if they were not taking a blunderbuss approach to sending out accusations to people who are innocent but would rather pay up than go to court.
If however, Prenda, Ingenuity13 and sharkmp4 are one entity, they actually set just up a honeypot on their own behalf, and all the downloads were actually legal (because the copyright holder chose to share the files), all the accusations were false (and actionable), every penny of revenue they made was fraud, and they have been lying to more courts than most other corrupt or racketeering organisations even get to see the inside of. This is so illegal on so many levels that they'll pretty much end up not being sentenced by a court to life imprisonment, but simply dying of old age standing in the dock while the list of charges is still being read out.
This isn't about getting 'the latest games ported to Mac', this is about getting iOS games ported to Mac.
The iPhone/iPad platform has a hell of a lot of exclusive games, and if Apple can make the process of also offering those games to Mac owners sufficiently easy for developers, they might just end up with more games being available on Mac than there are on Windows.
Please put the polls back to the way they were, and while you're at it get rid of 'video bytes'.
SourceForge, once a trustworthy source code hosting site, started to place misleading ads (like fake download buttons) a few years ago. They are also bundling third-party adware/malware directly with their Windows installer.
Some project managers decided to leave SourceForge – partly because of this, partly just because there are better options today. SF staff hijacked some of these abandoned accounts, partly to bundle the crapware with their installers. It has become just another sleazy garbage site with downloads of fake antivirus programs and such.
How can I help?
If you agree that SourceForge is in fact distributing malicious software under the guise of open source projects, report them to google. Ideally this will help remove them from search results, prevent others from suffering their malware and provide them with incentive to change their behavior.
As this story has been submitted several times in the past several days, by various submitter and is going around various other tech forums( https://news.ycombinator.com/i... , https://soylentnews.org/articl... , https://www.reddit.com/r/progr...
Link to Original Source
Never mind 2038, it's 2048 when the Y2K bug hits us that we'll really be in trouble.
The letter to PA was sent on behalf of "Phi Sigma Sigma, Inc.", and there has to be some mechanism in place to pay for all those blue and gold* robes so they probably do count as a business.
* Just a wild guess based on those being their official colours according to Wikipedia, the colours of their logo, and the colours of practically everything on their website... wouldn't it be funny if those really were the colours they claim are "secret"!
Isn't Derek Khanna the only Republican Slashdot likes?
Why does the US have jurisdiction here?
If you're going to spend $30Bn on a pipe to Seattle, build a Hyperloop instead!
The Coati (a small member of the raccoon family native to Brazil) is also known as the Brazillian aardvark. The reason that it's known as the Brazillian aadvark is that someone made the phrase up and added it to Wikipedia - but the coinage gained traction, because journalists copied it, and this led to a citation for that name being added to the article. Now wikipedia is in a quandary... there are, thanks to lazy journalists, people who know the coati as the Brazillian aardvark, because they read that in a newspaper... so is the hoax now true?
Does it become true if the dord of references to that name reaches a certain level?
Does it become false even though people do use the term, just because the etymology of the word was a hoax?
Rent it for $100 for an hour, or $69,900 for 100,000 years.
Or, sell dealerships for $69,900 with a demonstrator car included.
Is there anyone outside M$ who didn't see that coming?
Virus and antivirus suppliers have a symbiotic business relationship, each requires the other to continually make slow progress, rendering their old product useless, so they can sell their new product. If either side 'won', then they would cease being able to sell upgrades, their business model requires then not to win.