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Comment: Yeah all IT pros want to. (Score 0) 615

by Octopuscabbage (#35724594) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Would You Take a Pay Cut To Telecommute?
"IT pros want to telecommute — so much so that more than one-third of those surveyed by Dice.com said they would take a pay cut for the chance to work full time from home" Yes. Obviously all of of the IT professionals want to telecommute if 33% of them say yes. The other 66% do not matter.

+ - Android gets touch (haptic) feedback-> 1

Submitted by mikejuk
mikejuk (1801200) writes "A new SDK bring touch feedback to the Android platform using standard hardware — the vibration motor. You can select touch themes like rubber ball, typewriter, butterfly and so on and application developers can use it to bring users closer to their creations.
The idea of achieving different feedback effects by modulating the vibration motor is clearly a fairly crude form of feedback, but it could be that custom vibrate "ringtones" are the next big thing."

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+ - Reclaim your data from the world's biggest sites-> 1

Submitted by Barence
Barence (1228440) writes "PC Pro has a feature revealing what data the likes of Google, Facebook and eBay hold on you, and how to get it back. The feature reveals what to do if someone else tags a photo of you on Facebook that you don't want against your profile, how to stop Google keeping a record of your search history, and how to stop others from seeing what you've bought on eBay, amongst other privacy-enhancing tips."
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Have you ever noticed that the people who are always trying to tell you `there's a time for work and a time for play' never find the time for play?