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Comment: Re:Fire-Resistant Safe (Score 1) 446

Drill a small hole into a fire-resistant safe where your power and SCSI/IDE/SATA/USB/ETH cables go, then put your drives in there.

For extra safety, block up any gaps around the cables with newspaper or alcohol soaked cloth.

And don't be afraid to get in there with a lit match or a lighter to ensure that you have everything patched tight.

Comment: Re:Just Askin' (Score 1) 367

by Mordok-DestroyerOfWo (#49200483) Attached to: Come and Take It, Texas Gun Enthusiasts (Video)
I've been hearing a lot of talk about how applying Title II rules from 1936 nowadays is a bad thing because technology has changed so much. But in the arena of gun laws, applying a law from the late 18th century to modern assault rifles and the like is considered to be completely reasonable.

Comment: Re:Autoplay video is bad, and you STILL get it wro (Score 4, Insightful) 91

by Mordok-DestroyerOfWo (#49076493) Attached to: Advice on How to Start an IT Business (Video)
I thought I was losing my mind, there was an odd voice telling me to start an IT company coming from behind my testing server. Thankfully it turned out to /. with an autoplay video. Seriously, this is not a Geocities site. Act like professionals make disable the fscking autoplay!
The Internet

The Man Squatting On Millions of Dollars Worth of Domain Names 175

Posted by timothy
from the your-name-here dept.
Jason Koebler writes For the last 21 years, Gary Millin and his colleagues at World Accelerator have been slowly accumulating a veritable treasure trove of seemingly premium generic domain names. For instance, Millin owns, has sold, or has bartered away world.com, usa.com, doctor.com, lawyer.com, comic.com, email.com, cyberservices.com, and more than 1,000 other domain names that can be yours (including yours.com, which he owns), as long as you've got the startup idea to back it up. Millin doesn't sell domain names anymore, instead, he trades them to startups in exchange for a stake in the company.

And on the seventh day, He exited from append mode.

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