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threat="ima kickya in teh ballz."
vulnerablility="i present thee with my balls for you to kicketh"
Here's a different way to think about the entire debacle. Some people say piracy deprives others of profit. Others say it doesn't. The end result is always the same. Some greedy megacorporation (record labels, motion picture creators, the government) etc will try to "block" the site[s] in question...
My argument is, what is the point? Block it all you like, someone will just find a way around it, create a new site, in an endless cycle. The "problem", if there even is one, is in the minds of the people... Why buy when I can get it for free? -or- I won't watch/listen to this avi/mp3 unless it is free.
There are always going to be pirates, there is always going to be piracy. The problem is greed and money. As long as there is money, people with low amounts of money are going to attempt to find ways of obtaining materials with less money or no money.
Tor? Host megaupload on a
I am not here to troll/bash in general, but I quite like Windows 7. So far IMHO its the best Windows version released to date, and I haven't heard of many bugs and crashes and vulnerabilities, besides this one.
Windows Vista is to Windows 2000 as Windows Me is to Windows 98. Windows 7 <3
Fact: I don't have a degree. Just some lameass 1 year college "Computer Science" diploma. It's not highly rated.
Fact: I get turned down by some companies (many) because I don't have a degree. The larger the company, the higher the chance of being turned down due to lack of qualifications. Smaller companies don't seem to care for degrees. Why? Because degrees equate to larger salaries.
Fact: Education institutions are sponsored. Many of them by Microsoft. In my country, a Computer Science Degree leaves you an ASP/Microsoft baby. Because Microsoft sponsors them. True educational freedom comes from learning what you want. Fact: Very few educational institutions are going to teach you Ruby on Rails, for example. Opinion: Degrees are for coding in the corporate ratrace. Self-tutoring is for true hardcore coding ninjas.