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Comment: Re:AC is pretty nice, but looks aren't enough (Score 1) 310

by Phlow (#45882559) Attached to: Linksys Resurrects WRT54G In a New Router

The Netgear Nighthawk R7000 is $100 cheaper, was an absolute cinch to put the latest DD-WRT on. On the 2.4GHz antenna I have N transfers with TurboQAM hitting 12MB/s (connecting at 144Mbps). I installed the Intel 7260HMWG adapter in my laptop, and even at 2x2 it's connecting to the 5GHz AC antenna at upwards of 650Mbps and transferring files typically between 40 - 50MB/s.

Not sure what more a $300 router would buy me.

Comment: Anonymous didn't do this for justice... (Score 1) 550

by Phlow (#41680189) Attached to: Teen Suicide Tormentor Outed By Anonymous

Seems clear to me that it's just another example of some maladjusted hackers wanting to show people that they are the biggest bully around. That the only reason you're safe, is because they haven't targeted you yet.

They did this to see what would happen, not for some vigilante justice.

Comment: I stopped paying for Cable for a number of reasons (Score 2) 283

by Phlow (#39963731) Attached to: Dish Network Announces Prime Time TV With No Ads
One of which being that I was fucking tired of PAYING to watch advertisements. It's one of the biggest scams of all time. Everywhere I go, I'm inundated with ads. The rare time I go to watch a movie at the theater, now instead of just movie ads, I'm watching ads for soft-drinks, cars, TV shows... Keep going Entertainment Industry. Keep annoying the shit out of me. See how far it gets you.

Comment: Great, at least... (Score 1) 109

by Phlow (#38959177) Attached to: Nouveau Open-Source NVIDIA Driver Achieves OpenCL Support
...we can take advantage of the hardware in some way. Because it sure as fuck isn't being taken advantage of in 3D gaming on Linux. The state of graphics driver support in Linux is sad. We end up with abominations like nVidia Optimus, which they won't even support, forcing the open source community to bullshit their way through with hacked up work-arounds like Bumblebee. They just won't put the development dollars into Linux, and there doesn't seem to be any recourse.

"Life sucks, but it's better than the alternative." -- Peter da Silva