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Comment: Re:cant even get the keyboard right on their lapto (Score 1) 93

by FuzzNugget (#47684231) Attached to: Not Just For ThinkPads Anymore: Lenovo Gets OK To Buy IBM Server Line

That's not even the worst part. You can switch them in the BIOS, so it's effectively a null point.

But, yeah, the keyboards are fucked, regardless.

Text nav keys splayed fucking everywhere, lack of F key groupings, F keys that *aren't* F keys, chiclet bullshit, slop and flex regions.

It's not even a damn ThinkPad anymore.

Comment: Re:Mozilla... (Score 1) 80

by FuzzNugget (#47595927) Attached to: Mozilla Dumps Info of 76,000 Developers To Public Web Server

The more you think about it, the more it sounds like doublespeak.

You: oh, so that's why they remove useful features that everyone wants with every new release? That's why they shove a godawful UI that nobody wants down everyone's throat?

Your privacy: see summary

Open web: the EME debacle says otherwise

Comment: A special kind of evil (Score 1) 76

Hey, let's pick a minority group of people living with a misfortune through no fault of their own... what's something that will make it easy to play the sympathy card? Y'know, like it'll make everyone *else* look like the bad guys for opposing it? Wait... I got it... let's exploit the disabled!

Verizon has long been the poster child of corporate fuck-all-y'all evil, but I believe Satan just reserved a special place them in hell, probably as his right hand, to one day ascend to the fiery throne and command the world's evil, trident in hand.

Comment: What the hell is going on down there? (Score 1) 24

by FuzzNugget (#47475101) Attached to: Committee Formed To Scrutinize Australia's Web Censorship Law

Outlawing protests, imprisoning journalists, instituting censorship...

In mere months, Australia has gone from as place that I avoided because every wild animal exists to make your life miserable or worse, to a place I'd avoid because the government is doing the same.

Comment: Re:Seems appropriate (Score 4, Insightful) 353

by FuzzNugget (#47418367) Attached to: UK Computing Student Jailed After Failing To Hand Over Crypto Keys
That is the issue on which this case hinges: there is no absolute guarantee against self-incrimination in the UK. You *can* be compelled to reveal your secret encryption keys that exist only in your mind.

Seems the founders of computing as we know it have lost their way.

Philogyny recapitulates erogeny; erogeny recapitulates philogyny.