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Comment: Re:say wha? (Score 1) 67

He said, don't bring your laptop to hacker shows in Malaysia. But if you *do* manage to get it through airport securitI, and not have it stolen by baggage handlers *don't* click on flash. Because downloading pr0n in Malaysia is illegal. Just stay home and use NSA approved safe methods of browsing. Oh, and if your the type that carries sensitive information on your cell phone, well, die then.

Comment: 2045 is gonna be the Year of the Linux desktop (Score 1) 550

Just wait your turn. Besides, we are almost out of natural intelligence now! I'm afraid AI is our only option. But will we have color choices? Which color will be the smartest AI? Who decides? I realize this could start an AI race war, but if you make them all the same color, i'm afraid i'm not interested.

Comment: Re:Well (Score 5, Funny) 550

Not multi threads, that's for sure. Of course computers will take over the world. Programmers leave all those unused cores lying around doing nothing and that's trouble. You gotta keep those registers full, and i mean all the time. Either that or just feed them some chip-porn. That'll keep em busy.

Comment: Re:How foes this compare (Score 1) 146

by NemoinSpace (#47388581) Attached to: NASA Approves Production of Most Powerful Rocket Ever
No, the problem with the boosters is not where they were located. Arguably, even the fatal design was accepted into production with the expectation that large yellow and black warning signs would be taped to them exclaiming - "USING THIS PART WHILE FROZEN VOIDS THE WARRANTY".
You see, the world is full of "thinkers" who believe it is safe to walk under a 50 ton crane because the use of hardhats have been mandated. This is nothing new, the last generation of Apollo 1 also ignored warnings of 100% O2 atmospheres and escape hatches that opened the wrong way. Feynman explained to us dopes that frozen o rings don't work, but he failed to stress that exploding stuff explodes. We are not really ever going into space. We are going to die here. But we will have healthcare by then.

"Those who will be able to conquer software will be able to conquer the world." -- Tadahiro Sekimoto, president, NEC Corp.