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Comment: Uhm... can I block this? (Score 1) 61

by The New Guy 2.0 (#47950531) Attached to: Amazon Purchases<nobr> <wbr></nobr>.buy TLD For $4.6 Million

This makes no sense other than being a money grab... Amazon can now charge Barnes and Noble for bn.buy, or redirect it back to Amazon. It seems .buy will just be a redirect to some page on Amazon, or be something trademark owners must buy in order to protect. Remember .cc resulted in refunds from Clear Channel.

Comment: This happens sometimes... (Score 2) 124

I had this problem at a place I used to work... we were an "answer the e-mail" schedule, and we went six weeks without anybody in our department getting any work commands for the system. I had no choice but to tell my boss the reason why I couldn't close any tickets was because I had no tickets. We checked, saw we were at zero usage, got laid off, and claimed half our pay for the next 99 weeks.

Comment: Re:This is not a new or unique problem (Score 1) 124

The problem here is not dishonest work on the patent logs, it's dishonest work on the time cards/sheets that tell the bosses how much to pay. Uhm, some computer logging software is about to fall off the patent logs for 14 years being up!

Comment: I want to downgrade to the upgrade! (Score 1) 152

by The New Guy 2.0 (#47813057) Attached to: Google Serves Old Search Page To Old Browsers

There's a problem at Google right now... it's Y2K search engine is superior to the one that they're offering today. I don't mind the including of AdWords sponsors, but the way they're bossing around the non-shaded parts of the screen is getting to be troubling. Additionally, the major content providers are bossing around Google Search.... I think we need a fresh crawl of the Internet by somebody else.

Comment: Re:Not surprising (Score 1) 506

by The New Guy 2.0 (#47797883) Attached to: California DMV Told Google Cars Still Need Steering Wheels

That definition of a driver-less car is called a "Fiat" and only safe when nobody else is on the road near it. Collision detection for cars is a little slow to react right now... humans are better at spotting a car on the screen and through the windshield than current non-visual tech.

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