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Comment: Cry some more. (Score 1) 378

by GnomieHomie (#37411474) Attached to: New Sony PSN ToS: Class Action Waiver Included
It's sad people are complaining about something like this. Obviously filing class action lawsuits is high on your priority list in life if you care so much about something that means so little to you. Get over it and care about more important things than complaining about something that barely affects you. So many other things to care about and enjoy than legal garbage all day long.

Comment: Agree (Score 1) 510

by GnomieHomie (#35693978) Attached to: Google's Driverless Car and the Logic of Safety
I agree completely. People won't take the time to notice the statistics or numbers showing how many more live every year. They will get too caught up in having something to blame and many will rally behind it. The problem I see is if 1 drunk driver causes an accident he gets put in jail. If 1 robot causes an accident all the robot systems will take the heat.

+ - Google Debuts Dataing Site->

Submitted by Daetrin
Daetrin (576516) writes "Have you seen the Google Romance page yet? Particularly the tour? I'm not going to bother writing up a real summary since i'm not creative enough to come up the the right Tweaks, but i'm sure you could find some fun ways to use them while talking about Google's attempt to help us find love/contextualize romance/sell ads :)"
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+ - April Fools Test 1

Submitted by ginbot462
ginbot462 (626023) writes "

PB8 noted that Google Googol Gilgamesh Gesus has been following all the kinect hacking innovation stealing time-wasting projects that have been floating around the net, and decided to use motion moron sandwich CowboyNeal detection along with a rich visual vocabulary including common gestures and American Sign Language to accelerate your gmail time. This is going to require a bit of a change in my email composition since normally I use those gestures middle-fingers thumb-bites hair-pulls to vent frustration.

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+ - How to make your Google account Hack Proof->

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karthikmns
karthikmns writes "Many of us use various Google services. Gmail, orkut, docs, webmaster etc. Main point is that we all use same login credentials for all the Google services. A universal log-in system. So, if your gmail account is hacked you will not only loose access to gmail, in fact you will not be able to sign into any of Google products. This shows the vitality of our Google credentials."
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Comment: 1st 3D movie left with headache (Score 1) 281

by GnomieHomie (#35666768) Attached to: Does 3D Make Your Head Happy Or Ache?
I've only seen 1 movie in 3D at the theaters and I left there with a headache. I don't get headaches often and never had a problem with any other movie so I'm assuming it was because of the 3D. It was cool and everything but frankly nothing to be excited over. I like my movies large and in 2D.

Comment: IE9 Firefox (Score 2) 176

by GnomieHomie (#35407914) Attached to: Firefox 4 RC Vs. IE9 RC: the First Duel
Microsoft always cares about being number 1 in everything. Sometimes they stick their noses where it doesn't belong. They can't accept to lose in something. Yet if they really cared they would put more thought into their products before they released them and focus more on fixes rather than trying to constantly come out with a product to trump someone else.
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+ - The Need for IPv4 to IPv6 Planning->

Submitted by wiredmikey
wiredmikey (1824622) writes "The Internet's supply of IPv4 addresses is quickly running out, setting the clock ticking on the final exhaustion of the Internet numbering plan that the world has used for over three decades. Expected to occur in March of 2011, the event will be a wake-up call for connected organizations everywhere. It is clearer than ever before that IPv6 transition plans are urgently needed. Once all IPv4 addresses are depleted, organizations will only be able to receive IPv6 address space.

If you haven't started to work on an IPv6 strategy yet, you're probably behind the curve. IPv6 was designed largely to solve the IP address exhaustion problem. It exponentially increases the amount of address space available to Internet-connected devices. IPv4 addresses, which are represented by a 32-bit number, enables a mere 4,294,967,296 (4.3 billion) IP addresses. IPv6 uses 128 bits, allowing 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 (340 trillion trillion trillion) addresses.

The inevitable switchover to IPv6 has been anticipated for a long time, but the cutover is imminent. When the IANA runs out of IPv4 addresses, headlines will be created, even more awareness will be raised. CIOs who have not planned IPv6 transition plans as part of their strategic agenda must act now, or risk the entire enterprise online."

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