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Comment: Re:Here's Your Cocktail Napkin Business Plan (Score 1) 608 608

2. Hire real experts, real writers, professional editors. Toss the agenda-driven wankers and college kids.

Sanger tried that. It didn't work. Doesn't mean he hasn't given up yet. (NB: RationalWiki is NOT affiliated with Wikipedia; it was started as a response to Conservapedia (a large group of nutjobs with a wiki, also unaffiliated with Wikipedia)).

PlayStation (Games)

PS3 Jailbreak Now Legal In Spain 113 113

deek writes "Spanish gamer site NicaGamerz.com have reported that it's now legal to sell the PS3 Jailbreak modchip in Spain (Google translation of Spanish original). According to the article, one reason for the legal ruling is because Sony removed the ability to run GNU/Linux on the console. One can only wonder if Sony will soon rush out a firmware update that will re-enable the OtherOS feature, and appeal the court decision. Oh the irony of that thought. The legal ruling was made on the 13th December (Google translation). There are only 5 days to appeal, starting from that date."

Comment: Re:Issue is Privacy from Other Countries (Score 1) 685 685

They are simply posting details about past things that the mainstream press conveniently "forgot" to tell us.

Interestingly enough, The NY Times has decided it doesn't like WikiLeaks. I would post a link, but they want a login (it's currently in the opinion section, where it belongs, but it may be archived eventually).

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