- ~ 1 terabyte: the sum of all Federal , State and City regulations
- 2.5 terabytes: Everything in Widener Library.
- 5 terabytes: every article in every academic journal printed last year.
Ghosts of Slashdot: 02/06/2007
[Wow, it's been a ghost-free new year up until now. Kinda dead, you know. (groan) But here's one, though it may come back from the dead -- I suspect it got pushed from the front page in favor of the news of the DNS Root Server attack. The DNS story is also posted by "kdawson" who, oddly, doesn't
All well and good, but isn't this a little hypocritical given that iTunes sells DRM encumbered songs that are available at other stores (e.g eMusic) without DRM?
Michael Barrett, PayPal's CSO, says PayPal may end up recommending specific ISPs that are doing a good job at stopping spam. PayPal is studying the correlation between a user's choice of ISPs and the incidence of phishing.
From the Article:
"The Waters discovery began solely on the hunch of Chris Nowinski, a former Harvard football player and professional wrestler whose repeated concussions ended his career, left him with severe migraines and depression, and compelled him to expose the effects of contact-sport brain trauma. After hearing of the suicide, Mr. Nowinski phoned Mr. Waters's sister Sandra Pinkney with a ghoulish request: to borrow the remains of her brother's brain.""
Could these guys get any more disgusting? Can the artists stop supporting these guys sometime soon, maybe take a moral stance?