Hehe. Anyway, no software means the Tesla Vampire problem wouldn't occur at all, which is a good Thing, I guess.
This is what that happens when owners of Things can't change the software running on them.
Looks SCIMP does not prevent an attacker from seeing when, to/from whom, and how much is beeing sent. I2P-Bote seems a lot better.
Perhaps the pushing effect of solar radiation and solar wind keeps it from falling into the star.
Looks like the old question finally gets an answer.
Every program that is created must have a purpose. If it does not, it is deleted... except for the exiles.
The first half of Greg Egan's Permutation City is set in a future where computation is a commodity. Storage and bandwidth, the more important parts of today's cloud services, are ignored in the novel.
Wikileaks has been over for some time now. Let's start ignoring it already. Other leakers can handle the future.
Yeah! Where's my OGV file?
TFA doesn't say anything about laws that help FOSS, except for trademarks. Because they don't help. TFA only mentions a few cases where they don't hinder.
Open-source game "inspired by 0x10c: http://trillek.org/
Remember when some blogger replaced Facebook as the first search result for "facebook"? He got tons of comments asking why they couldn't log in anymore.
The traffic doesn't have to be meaningless. Join Freenet or another onion-routing network, and let your traffic be useful!
Sure it is. For example: design a fusion reactor.