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Comment: Asus RT-AC (Score 1) 427

by ehiris (#47634661) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Life Beyond the WRT54G Series?

I gave in and upgraded from my WRT to an ASUS router.
In the beginning it had major wireless latency issues (every 5th ping was over 100 ms) due to the broadcom wireless driver but after 6 months of complaining and getting nowhere with ASUS, they finally released a firmware that fixed the driver issues.
I really enjoy the speed now and being of 5 Ghz really helps snapping out of my overly congested neighbourhood.

Comment: Re:US and UK "spreading the blame"?? (Score 1) 503

by ehiris (#47483521) Attached to: Russia Prepares For Internet War Over Malaysian Jet

Slashdot seems to be caught up in the same disinformation campaign it is warning about.


The matter of fact remains simple no matter who is at fault for this incident. There should not be a war there. But there is and Russia is to blame because they started it when they lost their puppet government.

Comment: Re:Wrong priority! (Score 1) 503

by ehiris (#47483487) Attached to: Russia Prepares For Internet War Over Malaysian Jet

Well, that's the only thing that he thinks he can do these days. Illegally I might add. Killing US Citizens abroad without due process seems to be his only jump-to-conclusion square.

What he should worry about is how does something like this happen a day after he expanded economic sanctions. Some awful oligarch who doesn't feel he stole everything he could have from the Ukrainians is retaliating over it.

Comment: Re:Would they just put up with it for a key hire? (Score 1) 319

by ehiris (#47053735) Attached to: FBI Need Potheads To Fight Cybercrime

If you get recruited to Google because you're something special

From what I understand, any corporation with government contracts is required to do employment piss tests.
Totally intrusive and probably unconstitutional but the people who own this country piss on the constitution, whatever their piss contains, because no one tests them.

Comment: Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming (Score 1) 138

by ehiris (#46979279) Attached to: Electric Stimulation Could Help You Control Your Dreams

This book is one of my favorites. Stephen LaBerge teaches techniques that work very well for me to become aware of dreaming.

He also teaches how to use the skill for problem solving and creativity.

One of the techniques for becoming aware is to ask yourself during the day if you are dreaming and look for dream signs, which makes you ask yourself that same question while dreaming and helps realize that you are dreaming, at which point you can do anything. I guess that is where the electric current comes in handy because you are not used to it during your waking hours so when you experience it, it makes you realize you must be asleep, which means you can be or do anything you could ever want.

One of the coolest things for me is to fly to new strange cities.

Comment: Re:if you want your day in court (Score 2) 215

by ehiris (#46979133) Attached to: Plaintiff In Tech Hiring Suit Asks Judge To Reject Settlement

Except, this is not about the money as much as about exposing the filthy disgusting shit these people do to keep people from earning what they are worth.

And we should all wonder how that looks on the global scale. If they get away with this type of stuff in the US, image what they get away with in countries with extremely corrupt governments.

Comment: Yet again a convenience ruling (Score 1) 461

by ehiris (#46823267) Attached to: Supreme Court OKs Stop and Search Based On Anonymous 911 Tips

This is another ruling that is based on finding something that they think would give the victim (defendant) too much power, allowing him to skirt the law, and not based on true legality.

It re-confirms that the justices are nothing more than senile elderly people who work with and for the enforcement industry and don't really care about upholding the constitution.

Comment: If you have to ask ... (Score 2) 272

by ehiris (#46704231) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Which NoSQL Database For New Project?

It means you don't have any big data requirements so you're better off sticking with MySQL or something easier to manage at a small scale.
If growth is high or you have a lot of data to analyze, you can look into importing data into Hadoop using sqoop and query it with Hive and HBase. But you most likely won't need that for at least a couple of years.

"Floggings will continue until morale improves." -- anonymous flyer being distributed at Exxon USA