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Comment: Re:"Ancient." "Cruft." (Score 4, Funny) 304

by Razgorov Prikazka (#46758761) Attached to: OpenBSD Team Cleaning Up OpenSSL
You forgot Windows 1.x, 2.x, 3.x, 95, PocketPC 200x, mobile 5, 6, 7, 8, RT, NT3.1, 3.5, 4.0, XP, Server 20xx, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and finally CE1.x to CE7.x.

Those should be avoided at all times as well if security is the main concern. Have you ever heard of a security breach on a OpenBSD system? You probably did, it's because that is actually newsworthy! News of a new MS security breach is chucked into the same lame bin as 'Cat is stuck in tree', 'Small baby is born', 'MH370 is finally found', 'Cat still stuck', 'MH370 still not found', 'Is this the year for BitCoins'?, "Cat climbed down himself', and other nonsense that will surprise no one at all.

(P.S. This is not meant snarly, cynical or negative, just slightly blasé)

Comment: Re:This is Fantastic! (Score 2) 99

by Razgorov Prikazka (#46697615) Attached to: Rover Curiosity Discovers Australia-Shaped Rock On Mars
Australians?
You probably mean Austrians. The people in Austria are either called Mr./Mrs Aboriginal or Mr./Mrs Convict. The guy's next door from Switzerland are called Australians.
Dont blame me for getting my topography wrong, it is about as accurate as that stone looks like Australia!

Comment: Re:Equivalent (Score 1) 114

by Razgorov Prikazka (#46610879) Attached to: 5.1 Earthquake Hits California
Actually I fail to see why this is news that matters or how this is news for nerds however.
IF it was triggered by a google experiment I could see why it has value on /.
IF it was triggered by a Morlords I could see why it has value on /.
IF it was triggered by a aliens I could see why it has value on /.
IF it was triggered by a cosmic event I could see why it has value on /.
IF it was part of a beowulf cluster of minor earthquakes running on GNU-Linux on raspberry-pi's I could see why it has value on /.
Just some rocks sliding and stuff is no news. Let allone for nerds.

Comment: Re:A lense cover (Score 4, Insightful) 363

by Razgorov Prikazka (#46558613) Attached to: Google Tries To Defuse Glass "Myths"
Well said!
There is a big difference between holding a phone vertically at eye hight (=most probably taking a picture) and the diagonal position used to crush candy or communicate via text or do other stuff.
I think it is a sign on the wall that 99% of the criticism is about taking pictures and only 1% about things like distraction and so forth. It is all about consent and not knowing if someone is (not) taking a picture. And even if the wearer is not actively engaged in taking pictures, remote access tools might be able to take over. There is a reason I got the webcam taped off on my laptop...
I just simply fail to see why a webcam strapped to a face is a nice idea.

Comment: Re:No (Score 0) 421

by Razgorov Prikazka (#46299953) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Should I Get Google Glass?
Thing is... that even when you are not filming me, I can not be assured that I am not being filmed.
Ever heard of RAT? Remote Access Tools? So even when you are not aware of actually filming me, someone else actually might. They can even switch off that little LED that signals: Hey I am filming!
Sorry... what did I say again?
There should be a little red recording light?
Never mind! FU if youre wearing it. Hopefully for you it is, the evidence of the attack is on a disk and the judge will tell me: YOU SHOULD LET OTHER PEOPLE FILM YOU WHATEVER THE SITUATION ! ! !

Comment: Re: Slashdot: news for nerds who... (Score 1) 421

by Razgorov Prikazka (#46298067) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Should I Get Google Glass?
Nice one! Let me elaborate on that theme a bit further:

Slashdot: News for nerds who value their privacy and that of others
Or
Slashdot: News for nerds who value their teeth because they might bump into someone who actually DOES dislike new technology.
Or
Slashdot: News for nerds who value their teeth because they might bump into someone who actually likes new technology AND knows what it might do AND values his/her privacy and has no way of telling you are filming them without their consent.
Or
Slashdot: News for nerds who got rid of gmail because of privacy concerns, who actively block cookies, trackers, google-ads because of privacy concerns, who use xquick instead of google because of privacy concerns, who (after all that effort) do not want to impose Googles tech on others (with or without consent).

Comment: Re:No (Score 2, Informative) 421

by Razgorov Prikazka (#46297907) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Should I Get Google Glass?
No is the short and straightforward answer.
The longer more thought through answer should be: No-no-no-no-no-no-no-Hell-no!

There are way to many camera's as it is today, no need for privately owned ones as well.
There should be a little red 'recording' light on there. So you can go about as you are when not filming me, or get a sub-retinal version for free if you start filming me without consent.
I feel no need for others to film me with a wireless webcam straped to their faces!
So the answer should be NO. Period.

Comment: Re:My Toyota has had this since 2004... (Score 1) 151

by Razgorov Prikazka (#46198555) Attached to: Dead Reckoning For Your Car Eliminates GPS Dead Zones
That is absolutely true. The whole idea of navigation, wether it is on land or at sea is that you take measurements. From a practical standpoint it doesnt really matter wether that is from celestial bodies (natural or man-made) or from known landmarks.
One of the problems a sumarine (whilst being submerged) has is that it can`t do any measurements of that kind. Like LORAN-C, GPS, INS, landmarks, celestial navigation et cetera. So angle, distance and time are the main navigational tools. The main skewing factor there is drift. When in a body of moving water (mainly tide induced) you will move, say north to south, with that water without a way to find out you you are drifting. So sonar is another thing they use to avoid hitting the sea floor. Also using sonar wit a good map gives you some idea of where you are if there are some known "submerged landmarks". Again this is, as you said, a measurement. Also it is a tell-tale-sign for the enemy :-)
Actually, these two techniques (DR, mapping the surface while comparing it to a known map) are two of the seven measurements a typical cruise-missile uses to be... dead on... so to speak.

By the way, when talking about navigation, "a measurement" like shooting a sun or star is called "taking a fix". NavLeetSpeak :-D

Comment: Re:Finally! (Score 3, Funny) 156

by Razgorov Prikazka (#45957107) Attached to: Chinese Firm Can Now Produce 500 Cloned Pigs Per Year
and now they are at it... why not implement some chicken DNA as well. Have bacon and egg`s in one go.
Oh, and bread DNA, baked beans DNA, orange juice DNA, coffee DNA, newspaper DNA, naging wife DNA, sunrise DNA and some razorburn DNA and we are all set for the day!
What a glorious future it will be!

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