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Comment: Why include Deep Web? (Score 2, Interesting) 156

by BarryNorton (#31463582) Attached to: The Dark Side of the Web
Darknets are a concern. What is the link with the Deep Web? The only connection seems to be that they're both unindexed by search engines.

I thought the article might get to the point by the last page, but it was still talking about child protection and terrorism (in company databases???) I had wondered whether this confusion was down to an incautious academic, but the doesn't seem to suggest it: http://ai.arizona.edu/research/terror/

Comment: Why? (Score 1) 766

by BarryNorton (#31211772) Attached to: Which Linux For Non-Techie Windows Users?
"Having at last gotten Linux to run satisfactorily on my own PCs" - so you struggled and you want to foist it on others? Leave them using Windows. Hell, be nice and buy them Windows 7! Either that or get them a pretty looking distro (Ubuntu) and some unsupported hardware and have them build a driver from source, or better still recompile a kernel, then offer 'stick with this or go back to Windows'. Tl:dr: Ubuntu... for two weeks until they get pissed off and hate you for it

Be sociable. Speak to the person next to you in the unemployment line tomorrow.

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