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Comment: Re:Last Ubisoft game I will ever buy (Score 0) 215

by eWarz (#47269551) Attached to: Was <em>Watch Dogs</em> For PC Handicapped On Purpose?
You lost me at 8 cores...the i7 960 is a quad core chip. Intel has never released octa core chips. Nvidia Geforce 660s are crap, as are most non maxwell nvidia chips. (NVidia finally sold me when they released maxwell, i've never seen such a low powered high performance graphics card). Don't blame ubisoft for shitty ass hardware from yesteryear...even if their shitty ass software can't run on it. P.S. for all the other gamers running actual decent hardware....UBISOFT WHAT THE HELL, are you TRYING to get me to not give you my money?

Comment: Re:Clueless article (Score 1) 396

by eWarz (#47239311) Attached to: One Developer's Experience With Real Life Bitrot Under HFS+
As someone who has 20 mb hard drives from decades ago...I find this whole bit rot thing a bit hard to swallow. While i'm not saying it's not's not as likely as people claim. What has more likely happened is the amount of improper power ons/offs/resets damaged the data as it was being written to disk to begin with.

Comment: Re:Please no (Score 3, Insightful) 191

by eWarz (#47161439) Attached to: Intel Wants To Computerize Your Car
I do. I just want a better user experience. I hate having to rely on my cell phone for GPS (due to expensive map updates), music (cause pandora is better than satellite radio), voice control, and more. Car manufacturers are trying too hard to make 'infotainment' into something profitable, instead they should focus on making a fantastic user experience (oh shit, your gas is running low, here is the cheapest, most reliable gas station in your range)

Comment: I Agree (Score 1) 283

My wife and I had our first child around the time we turned 30. Many of our friends hadn't had children yet. We had our second 8 months ago (I'm 32) and I find it shocking that people are still waiting. Quite a few people I know are going for their masters and above in college...they aren't even considering children prior to being 35-40. Scary stuff.

Comment: Obamacare exists because... (Score -1, Flamebait) 288

by eWarz (#46802829) Attached to: $42,000 Prosthetic Hand Outperformed By $50 3D Printed Hand
Obamacare exists because the poor can't be bothered to pay $90 for a doctors visit. Instead they rack up a $900 bill at the local hospital (because hospitals are required to see you, doctors aren't) and they never pay it. This means that the hospitals must raise their fees for everyone in order to accommodate the losers that don't pay. Obamacare fixes this by requiring that everyone have health insurance. if everyone has health insurance, the majority of the bill gets paid, which should stabilize healthcare costs. This also ensures that a 'union' (health insurance companies) puts downward pressures on the prices sought out by healthcare providers.

Comment: Dear Dice.... (Score 0, Offtopic) 642

by eWarz (#46711143) Attached to: Scientists/Actress Say They Were 'Tricked' Into Geocentric Universe Movie
As somebody who initially HATED your beta and your purchase of Slashdot (wasn't kidding about my comments disappearing early on. You guys should PROBABLY look into that one) I'll say that the beta has come a long way, and I like it. I've been trolling slashdot far longer than my uid claims ( i was googling google and impressing the girls since the 90s son!...before which, the true geeks knew that altavista and hotbot were the hot mess :P) and i'm genuinely impresssed by the beta. Keep up the good work.

Comment: In the US.... (Score 1) 77

In the US we file what is called a charge back. Quite simply, if you didn't explicitly agree to the charges, you can file (and win) a charge back. The burden of proof would be on the merchant to prove that you consented to the charges. Combined with the fact that they are required by ICANN to transfer the domains, the merchant in question really has no legal standing. it's only the morons that would pay this transfer fee...but there are QUITE A FEW morons in the world.

Comment: Re:A person prone to distraction (Score 1) 367

by eWarz (#46599413) Attached to: More Than 1 In 4 Car Crashes Involve Cellphone Use
If it's obviously their fault....ban them for 3 years from driving, throw people that violate the order in jail for 3 years. The problem will quickly resolve itself. Just this morning i witnessed a woman this morning on the way to work chatting away, holding a cell phone to her head.

Comment: Re:10 year old software? (Score 1) 179

by eWarz (#46207473) Attached to: Windows Replacement? ReactOS 0.3.16 Gets Themes, CSRSS Rewrite, and More
"crappy ribbon bar" is a matter of opinion, many of us like the ribbon. The real reason is that office 2007/2010 tends to be much more complex due to the shear amount of extra code. The biggest issue with ReactOS is stability. You still (to this day) can't use it for even the most basic tasks. I've been with (and coded for) ReactOS since before it was's sad that it still has yet to break out into something much better. I hope that it will eventually flourish, but as of right now i will not get my hopes up.

Comment: Re:Morons (Score 1) 564

by eWarz (#45803135) Attached to: PC Makers Plan Rebellion Against Microsoft At CES

No offense bro, i'm definitely not 'for' android replacing a desktop OS, but yes, it can do all those things and more. The latest versions of android on most premium smartphones come with an office clone that reads and writes various office file formats. There are bazillions of apps out there for reading and writing PDF files, etc. In addition, as far as printers...remember. Android is Linux. Printer vendors for the most part keep their printers Linux compatible. I can even write Ruby/Ruby on Rails code if i choose to do so on an android based device.

No, the real issue with Android? It's designed for a touch based device. Production level PCs are currently mouse and keyboard based devices. It will be very hard for any company to change that. Instead, if an OS vendor wants to succeed, they need to cater to that market.

Oh and to anyone claiming that microsoft is catering to that market, they aren't, and they've admitted as such, and are working to remedy that in the next major Windows release, due out in 2015.

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