Once they are finished with their nerd cleansing, they can build a new Slashdot. A sexier Slashdot. A Slashdot the kids can dance to.
They aren't ignoring you. They are exterminating you."
try snooping on my sparcstation classic running netbsd, i dare you. but ignore my crt please (http://www.newscientist.com/blog/technology/2007/04/seeing-through-walls.html)
Especially considering that the firmware is loaded via a driver whenever the camera is activated (like many wireless chipsets), is this really news to anybody?
There are no guarantees, but I'm much more concerned with what Microsoft/Oracle/Cisco does than what Redhat, Ubuntu, or OpenBSD throws into their builds/source.
this is essentially what (http://nixos.org/) or (http://www.gobolinux.org/) do, though the former has much grander goals.
I have two of them, you get pretty good at 're-levitating' it after a while being that every time someone bumps into your desk it stops, definitely worth the trouble though. I do wonder why a van de graaf generator was left off the list though
Chromium is a good hand-eye game, you directly control a space-ship using the mouse. Reminds me of crystal quest on the mac, I still have an LC hooked up for that purpose.
Placebos never work, by definition.
"Something of no intrinsic remedial value that is used to appease or reassure another."
as did i (sparcstation 5)...
and yes, you shouldn't have any difficulties.
... though his invention worked superbly -- his theory was a crock of sewage from beginning to end. -- Vernor Vinge, "The Peace War"