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Comment: Re:Really fun browser (Score 1) 318 318

Sorry, but no.

A private session should just be a new browser with a new/clean profile, no changes to or from the default one.
Destroying that new profile when the private session ends.

And since Uzbl uses a different process for each window/tab this is quite easy to implement.
It's funny.  Laugh.

+ - Winner Lucasfilm Best Short Star Wars Film '07->

Mike McMahan writes: "Ever tried to get your AT-AT out of a parking lot without causing any damage? Check out this short on Atom: It's funny, it's Star Wars, it's under two minutes long and we made the entire thing on an Apple Powerbook G4. Just thought the Slashdot community would be into it: we made it with an awesome (downloadable) program called istopmotion (from Boinx), and then edited it with Final Cut Pro, and added the magic with After Effects. Hope you enjoy! -Mike"
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Input Devices

+ - New KODAK Image Sensor Technology Redefines Digita->

MacK writes: "ROCHESTER, N.Y., June 14 — Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE:EK) today introduced a groundbreaking advancement in image sensor technology that will help to make dark, blurry digital photos a thing of the past.

Kodak's new sensor technology provides a 2x to 4x increase in sensitivity to light (from one to two photographic stops) compared to current sensor designs."

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Privacy

Judge Orders TorrentSpy to Turn Over RAM 726 726

virgil_disgr4ce writes "In an impressive example of the gap of understanding between legal officials and technology, U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Chooljian 'found that a computer server's RAM, or random-access memory, is a tangible document that can be stored and must be turned over in a lawsuit.' ZDNet, among others, reports on the ruling and its potential for invasion of privacy."

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