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One of the things I find most interesting about this site is their policy to intentionally disallow comments to be posted. This is especially strange in this current age of social-networking sites.
From their FAQs page:
"Comments frankly, frustrate us as readers of other sites we regularly visit. It always seems like comments are used to throw out off-topic ramblings, belittle others or to add the overly useful "me too" sentiment. It is rare that we have seen anything useful in a comments section."
What do you think Slashdot? Is the social-networking fad finally starting to fizzle? Are comments as we know them dead? (Remember, useful comments only, please!
"The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Mr Urmas Paet, said that Estonia and the whole European Union has fallen under a brutal attack of Russia."
"Paet also stated, that Estonia has proof on the fact that cyber assaults against Estonian governmental authorities have came from IP addresses of governmental authorities of Russia.""
The board is powered by an Atmel AT91RM9200 processor, which features an ARM9 core clocked at 180MHz. It supports up to 64MB of SDRAM, has one SD/MMC slot, 2 MB of serial flash, one 10/100 Ethernet interface, USB host and two serial ports."