Did you dumb fucks miss the part where Apple announced today that it was a false rumor, that they won't be charging for LPs, and that they're going to release all the specs for people to make their own?
Who the hell does Mechanist.tm think they're protecting from not telling us who's screwing customers over in his example? Don't be a cunt; tell us what site it was that was filtering NAS reviews.
So you're calling this guy a dickhead because you feel there shouldn't be any copyright or patient system?
jesus christ slashdot, could you be any slower in reporting the news?
That wasn't a typo, he was talking about Apple Display Port
Dr_Barnowl writes "The BBC reports that Sony is to convert its online bookstore to the EPUB format. While this format still allows DRM, it's supported on a much wider variety of readers. Is this a challenge to the Kindle? It's nice to see Sony opening up to the idea of open standards. Even if you still have reservations about buying a Sony device, you might be able to patronize their bookstore sometime soon."
jesus christ, you have no fucking clue about how electricity works. This isn't the result of "poor wiring" at all, and circuit breakers DO NOT act as isolators (why the hell would you think they would?).
WestCoastSuccess writes with this excerpt: "A year and a half ago, Canada's Shaw Cable began encrypting channels with the '0x02' flag. This flag has the effect of making the IEEE1394 (Firewire) output useless to customers who use third-party PVRs (such as the excellent MythTV, for example). After complaints to the CRTC and Industry Canada about this practice, the encryption flag was dropped on most channels and the Firewire connection again functioned. Until last night, that is."
I've been using my new 15 inch 2.8 MBP, and I normally get around 7 hours unless I'm pushing the processor with more than casual web browsing and IRCing.
I read novels on my iPod touch via the Kindle app. Doesn't bother me at all
Apple does allow tethering. Take your bitching up with AT&T.