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Comment: Re:Uh. no (Score 1) 140

by jedidiah (#46792381) Attached to: California Utility May Replace IT Workers with H-1B Workers

So it's local outsourcing. They're still taking away your job so that they can give it to someone that isn't in as good of a bargaining position. It doesn't matter if it's some guy in a 3rd world country, or some guy that's visiting from a 3rd world country who gets to be treated like dirt.

Both "illegals" and H1-B's fall into this sort of 3rd world underclass.

As if we didn't already have enough pockets of 3rd world fester...

Comment: Re:So ... (Score 1) 73

by AuMatar (#46789799) Attached to: Samsung's Position On Tizen May Hurt Developer Recruitment

The trick to wearables is not to have a UI. Everyone has a powerful computer with a great UI in their pocket. Wearables should leverage that by providing absolute minimal controls (no more than 1 or 2 buttons/knobs, no more than a small digital watch like display) and should transmit their data to the users phone via BLE. Then an app on the phone should provide more advanced control and display of results. The value of wearables is in providing additional sensors for apps, not in UI.

Comment: Re:Militia, then vs now (Score 1) 1569

by Jeremiah Cornelius (#46782791) Attached to: Retired SCOTUS Justice Wants To 'Fix' the Second Amendment

The US president is a Spokesmodel.

The last vestiges of Presidential authority as actual executive were blown out of JFK's skull, 50 years ago. The real rulers have allowed the cosmetic changes of politics, without substantial challenge to policy or imperative.

That's why you can argue successfully to let fags into the imperial legions, but not if such legions should be withdrawn from the globe and disbanded.

False conservatism, false progressive/liberalism. Everybody in the US takes a hot shower and drives to the mall, on the burnt bodies and broken future of a million dead babies - hidden in Congo and Yemen and Indonesia and...

For every bloke who makes his mark, there's half a dozen waiting to rub it out. -- Andy Capp