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Comment meh (Score 1) 1191

- News uses less than what 1/3 of the horizontal space not including the polls, everything is crammed in a narrow strip down the middle of the screen.
- bright blank white space on each side is great than the content section as a whole at 1920X1080
- contrast of new design makes reading harder some how.
- Comments are awful; due to the compressed layout and the fact they aren't boxed in as well as the old system
- loaded it on my iPhone, and waited... and waited... slow and the banner ad that loaded made the layout break. big step backward from the current mobile option

Bottom line I am hard pressed to find anything positive here...

Comment Re:Why aren't people more hyped about the Wii U? (Score 1) 188

I don't know, when the Wii U controller was announced stuff like this http://www.macstories.net/news/ipad-games-on-apple-tv-firemint-announces-real-racing-2-hd-with-ios-5-airplay-mirroring/ had already landed.

If you already own a tablet that can stream to your TV why purchase a dedicated console with a limited tablet LIKE controller?

Comment Re:Network gear features are still WAY behind v4 (Score 1) 244

I can forgive Juniper when compared to Cisco on the topic of licensing and complexity.

Despite advancements for support at the device level the next major hurdle for large enterprise is the management tools and monitoring tools not fully supporting IPv6.

It is really hard to manage a modern network without flow monitoring, snmp and syslog data from all systems. This is another area where you end up with a setback or compromise if you try and roll out right now.

Comment Network gear features are still WAY behind v4 (Score 4, Informative) 244

On the consumer front only just recently did home WiFi routers start shipping or start getting IPv6 support, even then finding an ISP that will provision you is next to impossible.

On the enterprise front gear has been labeled as IPv6 ready or compatible or even listed it as a feature for a long time. However if you work in security and have to implement policy control over content, you quickly see that the functionality is years behind when applied to IPv6 flows... At an enterprise level switching isn't easy without swamping out a lot of gear, or reducing expectations... IPv6 enabled deep inspection, and application layer inspection tools are only now becoming available, or only now becoming mature enough to roll out.

Comment Re:Yes, blame the developers! (Score 1) 156

Developers are not end users... they are some level of engineer, as they are BUILDING things for end users to use... They should be reading some kind of docs before choosing tool / function they use for the job... the more powerful the language the more you need to know.

In your example the developers should be the ones that build the BAD CAR with the exploit in it that was sold, they where not the poor end users that purchased it.

If bankers can count, how come they have eight windows and only four tellers?

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