Unlike beta. Fuck beta.
Unlike beta. Fuck beta.
"Like Digg, it seems more and more legitimate businesses or non-profit organizations are being targeted by Dice Holdings, Inc. in attempts to disrupt and monitize their users. Anonymous Coward has posted a press release condemning these efforts. Quoting: 'These attacks are performed without informing the userbase and are targeted at users associated with politically motivated movements such as "FUCK BETA" While this AC does not condone or endorse and actively forbids any illegal activity on its servers we encourage discussion on all topics including political and social commentary. It is apparent now that engaging in such topics with an opinion contrary to that of Alice Hill is sufficient to make people a target for monitoring, coercion and denial of access to a decent site design. The released documents depict Dice operatives engaging in social engineering of Slashdot users to entrap themselves by encouraging the target to leak details about their location as well as wholesale attacks on the Slashdot servers hosting the network. These attacks bring down the Slashdot network entirely affecting every user on the network as well as the company hosting the server.' One of those tactics applied by Dice Holdings, Inc. is the DDOS, which (perhaps not so) coincidentally, is what their suspects are accused of. Is this irony or hypocritical?"
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John (at) AltSlashdot (dot) org
$7.2 million of intangible assets and $6.3 million of goodwill related to Slashdot Media
and have only started to realize some improvement on related sites. With ad revenue declining and not expected to pick up (read: everyone who uses Slashdot uses adblocking softwarwe), it appears that the Slashdot stewardship experiment by Dice Holdings has been a financial failure.
Since the site has been redesigned in a user-hostile fashion with a very generic styling, this reader surmises Dice Holdings is looking to transform or transfer the brand into a generic Web 3.0 technology property. The name may be more valuable than the user community (since we drive no revenue nor particularly use Dice.com's services).
I mainly lurk.
If I'm forced to use this interface that looks like some intern took a shit on Twitter Bootstrap, I'll be doing a lot less lurking.
DO NOT WANT.
Give us an option to use the old interface, at the very least.
atypically pissy, stubborn and reckless
Isn't this default for most toddlers?
[We] use bad software and bad machines for the wrong things. -- R.W. Hamming