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Comment: Re:And who will be pushing the accelerator (Score 2) 387

by BreakBad (#47211021) Attached to: Geothermal Heat Contributing To West Antarctic Ice Sheet Melting

Indeed. But nobody ever wants to talk about population. If simply 'curbing' CO2 is so hard, wouldn't it be easier to just have one big ass war? Sure it would be messy at first, but the long term benefits of nixing a few trillion people would be worth considering.

Comment: Re:Start with the software developers and type saf (Score 1) 169

by BreakBad (#46817775) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How Can We Create a Culture of Secure Behavior?

I used the same approach my requiring my users tattoo their passwords on their foreheads. Eventually my user base dropped to almost zero...but for those who stayed I did see an interesting trend. Passwords like %uS*32Ldi# started prevailing because passwords like wafflebunny make for an embarrassing tattoo.

Comment: Re:My personal experience (Score 1) 358

by BreakBad (#46808673) Attached to: Google: Better To Be a 'B' CS Grad Than an 'A+' English Grad

That makes the assumption that one could only learn the concepts taught in a CS degree by participating in the program. That if you do not participate, then you will never be able to open some of those doors. That is simply not true. A college degree is an expensive certification that usually comes with little to no working experience. That is all.

Formal Education != Eating

Comment: Re:My personal experience (Score 1) 358

by BreakBad (#46807701) Attached to: Google: Better To Be a 'B' CS Grad Than an 'A+' English Grad

If you do not have a good (!) formal education in CS, what you can do is quite limited.

Having a CS degree by no means makes your skill-set unlimited. It is possible for someone without a formal degree to be more qualified. Life is complicated, we don't have to put a stamp on everything. Degrees are great, it tells me someone made it through boot-camp....this accounts for something, not everything.

Comment: Re:Walking yes, standing no. (Score 5, Funny) 312

by BreakBad (#46779375) Attached to: Switching From Sitting To Standing At Your Desk

We have an employee with a treadmill at his desk. He walks and types. Of course his emails usually read something like, "Hewmy Jammmmes, I gto taht TSp reprt dne!".

Its a new form of crypto...with different levels, depending on the level of difficulty the treadmill is set on:
HILL128 - Hilly Level 1
MNT512 - Mountains Level 5
DED1028 - Death Race Level 10

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