Given some of the stories I've seen from Comcast employees, it's an extremely demoralizing place to work. Not too surprising they'd do things like this.
"Linus Torvalds not actually a god, news at 11!"
If you force weak encryption for everyone, you're shooting yourself in the foot. Sure, you might shoot someone else in the foot as well in the process, but that's little consolation.
The FCC might be able to reduce the number of comments they have to read by running them through a letter plagiarism filter.
If your future employer has devil ears, you might want to reconsider taking the job.
It's my go-to show for talk about game mechanics. They post new videos on Youtube every week, consisting of 5-10 minute lectures on a topic.
Let's not open that particular can of worms.
Because really, who wants to deal with 47 different state laws when you can just have one federal law? At the very least, it would save their legal departments a lot of headaches.
How do you say "killstealing" in bat language?
Not indicative of anything, but during the conversations I've had with the small number of female students in my vicinity, they told me programming was something that simply didn't interest them. They often went into other, but related fields rather than sticking around in software design.
"Got you good, didn't we?"
That is an awesome scam. You get them to give you obscene amounts of money and they'll even feel good about it.
If not, then why would it matter that a rich guy decides to teach people history?
I wonder how look it took before the first art critic came into existence.
From an outside perspective, the things that IT people do might as well be summarized as "Computers".