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Once you hit -10 you instantly die.
Same with meta voting on driving. Every car has a heads-up display and you can instantly vote other drivers up or down. At -10 your car turns off.
PS, I patented both of those already.
Isn't American Airlines rolling out WiFi in some of there planes? I can't turn on my Gameboy but the operator can run their own wireless network?
On the other hand is the price for me bring righteous is I have to pay with my life I'll just turn my shit off.
It's just playground-rules. A few of the strongest egos call the shots, and the mob follows. Anyone can be anon and nobody can be anon both at the same time. No-org is just an attempt to stay out of trouble. It's just semantics and it won't keep the guilty out of trouble.
Agreed completely. Denying IT access and expecting to be allowed a rogue server on a corporate network is completely ridiculous. When this machine gets hacked or goes ape-shit and floods the network intentionally or unintentionally guess who is going to catch the flack for allowing it.
Regarding hobbyist vs professionals: It's not about who has more technical experience but the professionals know corp policies and how the shit will hit the fan.
I don't see anything wrong with it in general, but how can it be the same for a 13 y/o (or worse a 13 y/o girl), and a 35 y/o married man with 4 kids? That's just ridiculous. I know games have ratings but doesn't magically make the understanding equal.