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Comment: Re:They didn't know he also... (Score 2) 403

by grahamlee (#44595669) Attached to: Yahoo Deletes Journalist's Pre-Paid Legacy Site After Suicide
"You agree to indemnify and hold Yahoo! and its subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, agents, co-branders and other partners, and employees, harmless from any claim or demand, including reasonable attorneys' fees, made by any third party due to or arising out of Content you submit, post to or transmit through the Services, your use of the Services, your connection to the Services, your violation of the TOS, or your violation of any rights of another." - http://info.yahoo.com/legal/uk/yahoo/utos/en-gb/details.html Or, to put it another way, no they don't.

+ - GNUstep Kickstarter Campaign Launched->

Submitted by borgheron
borgheron (172546) writes "The maintainer of GNUstep has launched a kickstarter campaign to get the time to make GNUstep more complete and get it's APIs up to at least a Mac OS 10.6 level of compatibility. This will allow applications for Mac OS X to run on Linux with a simple recompile using new tools developed by the GNUstep team to directly build from xcodeproj project files. If the kickstarter project is funded beyond it's $50,000 goal, it's possible that WebKit and Darling might also be completed allowing applications built on Mac OS X to run without the need for a recompile... think WINE-like functionality for Mac OS X applications on other platforms... including Windows, Linux, BSD, etc."
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Comment: Re:Hah (Score 1) 174

LOL That's IT?

I'm at work, and have Lotus notes, Visio, Word, and You tube (streaming some off road Jeep JK trail runs that I'd like to try (no Audio)) open on my first 2 screens, on my 3rd screen I'm using Logmein to access my home machine where I'm on Safari with 6 home page tabs open (including this one), this is all while I'm listening (again) to the Hobbit in an Audiobook on my iphone (in preparation for the movie) with my personal email open and connecting from my 5 email accounts....

According to this article I must be so depresed to be on the cusp of becoming a suiside Bomber and blowing up a small building...

Comment: Re:Graduated College (Score 1) 524

by IAmAMacOSXAddict (#41548205) Attached to: Are you better off than you were four years ago?
>PS
I forgot to mention, My favorite "Broke" meal was Mac &Yak...

2 boxes of Kraft Mac and Cheese, A pount of hamburger, a stick of butter and a pint of milk. Cost 5 bucks, lasts 4 meals. Just don't think about the fat cals and your good..

Add a little Hot Sauce, catsup, or extra flavoring of your choosing and your good to go...

Comment: Used to be that we were safe... (Score 1) 319

In the past we used to think that we were totally safe because in the past most hackers were like Dogs and didn't "shite where they sleep". but now we are among the rest of you realizing that the new generation of hackers are a truely dogs, and eat their shite after they poop it......

Comment: Re:Always a niche (Score 1) 317

I'm not sure if you're thinking that thought through. Yes the higher education institutions could sell the personal relationship with the expert. But they don't necessarily have to do it in a classroom environment. Video chat is main stream now, and it can even be done as a classroom. Brick and Mortar schools could easily become a thing of the past with the advent of Broadband availability to most/all homes (even internationally).

Essentially, Colleges and Universities will still exist, but on a much smaller footprint, and will become Media creativity hubs (Compute/Storage farm, and pure research facility), where professors will generate content for online consumption. Then once their curriculum for the semester is complete the head home (wherever that may be), and make themselves available for Video/Audio conference, and/or if they choose a live video classroom.

Universities will become a true sense of what everyone thinks of them now, A place that will give you a piece of paper after several years of paying them 10s or 100s of thousands of dollars. Then you use that paper to get you in the door of you first job and not much beyond that...

Comment: Re:Enterprises Will Like This! (Score 3, Funny) 249

by grahamlee (#38662772) Attached to: Mozilla Announces Long Term Support Version of Firefox
Then, at some point in the future, Mozilla will run a campaign explaining that 10% of the interwebs is on Firefox 11 ESR, but there have been loads of new features and enhancements since then so we should all tell people to upgrade to Firefox 17. Friends don't let friends use IE 6^W^WFF 11.

Comment: Depends on the term "Property" (Score 1) 312

by IAmAMacOSXAddict (#38423160) Attached to: Smallest space my belongings could fit (unbroken):
It's pretty Vague, but using the term unbroken I assume it means "Personal Property" not including Homes or Land. If so than I might fit the 5000 with 4 cars, furnature from a 3 bedroom victorian (9 rooms in all, all rooms furnished and furnished basement home theater), and throw in all the personal other stuff like computers/tvs/clothes.

If it implies all "property" then 5000 is not enough....

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