I'd +1 you if I could - completely true. The whole antivaxxer movement is the epitome of pseudoscience, in the worst possible way.
Because if so then I sort of admire the guy, because that is some EPIC level trolling he's managed to pull off:
I've only seen one clip of the show, but I kid you not it was some of the dumbest "hollywood take on tech" shit I have ever seen. Something to do with having to download some software from the onboard computer of a commercial airplane and the best way to do it was... DANGLE a goddamn ethernet cable down from the airplane mid-flight to the protagonists in their fast car so they can plug it into their laptop and download the required software.
Perhaps I just need to get used to them, but the "better looking fonts" on windows don't actually look better to me, they look worse. I'm not really sure what it is, but there definitely seems to be something slightly off about them.
How on earth do you figure this is a "blow" in the console war? Are you suggest that Microsoft was somehow behind this? Or is everything that gets reported on and is related to Playstation\Xbox now some sort of insidious plot to discredit one or the other console?
In reality it sounds like pure incompetence at Sony (and the same in the story you link about Microsoft) and I think when many people are affected by this sort of thing it's fair enough that it's covered on tech sites. It doesn't have to be part of some 'console war' that you parenthesize with apparent disdain while at the same time perpetuating the idea.
If you're sitting there thinking "This is nonsense; my team has no idiot" then it's most likely you.
I really wish I had some mod points for you.
As a New Zealander I will be watching this case with interest, particularly how quickly\easily the extradition proceeds. New Zealand law on extradition states that extradition must relate to an offence that:
"Involves conduct that would be regarded as criminal had it occurred in New Zealand, and would have carried a similar penalty."
The penalties they're talking about here sound much higher than what I would expect in NZ... so I'll be interested to see how this turns out.
WTS: Sense of humour, stolen from nicholas22. Barely used.
andGovernments in developing countries can purchase the cut-price software, if they provide free PCs for schools.
"This is not a philanthropic effort, this is a business," Orlando Ayala of Microsoft told the Reuter's news agency.
Other storage news is the new 32GB SSD from SanDisk. This is a 1.8-inch flash-based drive for notebooks. It's still quite expensive, in the first half of this year a 32GB SSD will add roughly $600 to the price of a notebook.