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Comment: Why Men Earn More (Score 1) 427

by defaria (#46396439) Attached to: All Else Being Equal: Disputing Claims of a Gender Pay Gap In Tech
If women really did get paid only $0.75 per a man's $1 and yet performed equally to men then I must ask you - which businessman would not hire all women seeing as they are 25% off! The so called gender pay gap is just a myth that women attempt to use to get more money for nothing. Warren Ferrell's book, Why Men Earn More, explains all of this.

Comment: Just make the current buttons bigger! (Score 2) 237

by defaria (#46281679) Attached to: A New Car UI

This is ridiculous! You mean now I have to learn and think about how many fingers do I use to control control X and do they need to be far apart or not?!?

It's simple, just make the current buttons bigger for the kinds of adjustments you are likely to make when driving. All too often toggles and play/pause, etc are small buttons to look appealing instead of large buttons because they are likely to be used frequently. Usage of screen real estate often sucks big time. For example, in my car, when the bluetooth is paused I get a small button to make it play again. It takes up about 10% on the right hand side of the screen. The other 90% is completely fucking blank! Put the damn play button in the center of the screen and make it fucking big. It's the most likely thing I'm gonna hit next! Geeze! This is really not rocket science - common sense is all one needs.

Comment: Why? (Score 2) 731

by defaria (#45993147) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Are AdBlock's Days Numbered?
I never understand this. It's obvious to anybody with 2 IQ points to rub together that somebody who employees adblocking software IS NOT INTERESTED IN YOUR FUCKING PRODUCTS. How, then, by going around his blocks and stuffing this shit in front of his eyes do you believe that suddenly he will be unable to resist your ad. He will resist your ad and will only get even more pissed about your company. Is this really a wise thing for you to do?!?

Comment: Meltdown... (Score 1) 374

by defaria (#45977017) Attached to: Man Jailed For Refusing To Reveal USB Password
I've always thought that encryption software should offer a meltdown password such that when entered, instead of decrypting the data it erases it. So when you want to get into your encrypted drive you enter "sesame" but when the authorities which to get your password you enter say "meltdown" (or rather you tell them your password is "meltdown") and they enter it only to find the drive has been hosed. Then you shrug your shoulders and say "I thought that drive was on it's last legs....".