Oddly enough in my old slashdot account even though I never commented and rarely used them I was handed 5 moderation points pretty much every week.
The problem is the editors are still horrible. It is one thing to fuck up technology information, it is another when you butcher a health article by mentioning an amino acid that has nothing to do with the paper or study abstract. http://science.slashdot.org/story/09/12/06/060243/Reducing-One-Amino-Acid-Could-Increase-Lifespan
Everyone is on Facebook. Even my mom and all of her friends. I only reluctantly signed up because all of my friends were on there. The reason I found it tolerable is because you don't really have to put much effort into it if you don't want to, and I don't post compromising information. Then an ex-girlfriend found me and sent me a six page email of her feelings and I realized what I had gotten myself into. Sometimes it is better to just disappear.
Of course he is under no obligation. He is still an asshole for it though.
The only way this would work is if they offer the reader free to subscribers.
Until I never have to deal again with another flash ad that forces me to turn down my volume as it insists on blasting me, you're just going to have to put up with the 10% of users that don't give a shit what ads you have on your website.
Before the anti-audiophile crowd comes in screaming about how digital is a more accurate reproduction vinyls are typically mastered for their audience so they often are not compressed to maximum loudness that you hear in modern CDs so you actually have some dynamic range.
I can actually use this software. I was considering getting an Android phone but Epocrates doesn't make a version available for that.
The summary mentions tryptophan but it isn't anywhere in the article. And I wonder if the decreased longevity is due to the excessive methionine itself or a result of its byproducts such as SAM and homocysteine.
Isn't that par for the course for nearly all software? Or does Ubuntu not have a "we're not responsible for anything" clause?
You really should complain to the medical board. No one will do anything about it unless your voice is heard. We all have our bad days but that person isn't practicing medicine, they are practicing business (albeit poorly).
"It's time to reinforce the concept that I am responsible for my actions, and nobody else. "
That concept died decades ago. Visit digg or reddit for a quick reminder.
Sounds ads are the main reason I stopped using Chrome. I don't mind the advertisements themselves but I cannot tolerate sound based ads. Apparently the developer version of Chrome has a working flashblock but 220.127.116.11 doesn't.
In addition there has to be a solution between having to choose noscript (which makes the internet just plain annoying to use) and having a browser that is happy to do anything any website requests of it (e.g. flash cookies).
It is relatively easy to invent things; it is another matter entirely to get enough people to care about it. I'm sure everyone here has thought up a patentable idea, the difference is the drive to do something with it.
True but I don't understand how my comment is labeled troll but the two above, equally off-topic quotes are insightful when all I did was expand on them.