The AFP says they also arrested an eighteen year old Penrith, New South Wales, resident for hacking."
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The continual gray haze gets to after a few days, beats you down, and holds you there.
Sounds like Seattle...
Why not have multiple groups controlling? It eventually worked out for Twitch Plays Pokemon.
Though that will only mean something to a few of us, that was the comparison I immediately made, too.
I think NMCI (and possibly this NASA system) works just fine if you're a headquarters admin/management type and all you need is email/web apps/power point. If you actually have to produce something and require more than those tools, you're going to have a bad time.
Also, the character limit for the subject appears to be way too small.
I do like the fact that comments preview and post without reloading the page.
I'm not seeing the link for "Slashdot Classic" in the footer. I'm in an older browser (not by choice), so I expect some things to be broken, but the "ripcord" to a working version of the site needs to be easily available.
If you know commenting is so broken, why are you forcing people to use the Beta?
For the last 4 days, I've been stuck using the beta when I browse from work (IE8, not my choice) because the page is too broken to give me the option of using 'Classic mode'. I emailed the feedback link (once I found it, another thing I can't see in the beta), and got no response.
The UI and back-end stuff may be beta, but the comment system is alpha, at best, and shouldn't be forced on anybody.
It won't tell you much about what happens when the fuel all melts and starts pooling at the bottom of the reactor of course
They already did that experiment, but it was poorly instrumented.
It may be the fossilized remains of Ivar's prized proto-clam: http://www.komonews.com/news/offbeat/Ivars-Mystery-object-in-tunnel-may-be-giant-fossil-clam-236438221.html
How much of my data plan is running this speed test for the FCC going to eat up?
Spoken like a Fire Controlman.
I had a t-shirt with that slogan on it back in FC A-school.
Not only is UNIX dead, it's starting to smell really bad. -- Rob Pike