Yeah, everything on the internet is connected to 4chan, right.
Maybe you think to much about 4chan or loli or zoo sex. Huh, zoo sex? You haven't mentioned zoo sex in your post, at all.
No, but you have set your fucking
There are several comments here that suggest developers are _forced_ to support IE6 because of their company or clients.
And you call yourselves professionals?
Am I the only one who quit his job over IE6 and MS junkie mgmt!? I can't be the only one. There have to be other people who take their profession seriously.
With my knowledge and expertise I create efficient computer systems for my clients. With my help, their lives become easier, their jobs become more productive.
This is what I do.
Thanks editors for helping take down the blasphemy.ie website! For everyone interested in reading the quotations here's the coral cache link:
The first quotes are from Jesus Christ himself.
And btw, if you're planning on building a high traffic website don't use Wordpress...
From the blasphemy.ie source:
<meta name="generator" content="WordPress 2.7.1"
You could always hit her back at home where nobody sees it. All you have now is a bunch of lost friendships.
Talking about double standards.
Papadimoulis indeed uses the word 'atone' in the linked announcement.
Seriously, why does it always have to be about sin and hell or fear in general? Can't we all just write good code?
When I'm famous I'll be auctioning my
Yes, there is something different. A
[rambling about computers redacted]
Sorry about the last sentence, I was browsing slashdot while typing.
Large shell scripts are basically the foundation of
If there is a story that you don't like, log in and click the "-" on the top of the story. If enough people do that, it WILL disappear from the front page.
So, you're saying, we're going the way of Reddit?
But what's more dangerous, the bag of tricks in the hands of a few skilled people or an open bulletin board with 0day-exploits for everyone?
What makes this question even more complicated for me is that Secunia, the people who protect us from exploits if we pay them, is sponsoring this practice.
I just love the way you put "geek", "myself" and "stigma" into one sentence.
Enjoy your mindset!
I think the parent is talking about those "modern geeks", those superficial, macbook wielding, super star programmers. You know, the cool kind of geek, who know all about the shiny tech the jocks and their girlfriends like to play with. They're real popular nowadays, too, because they can fix your Vista notebook or setup your HD home cinema or even write a witty reply on craigslist for you.
But don't tell them anything about tinkering with old tech. Why would you play Quake on a TRS-80 when you can play Gears of War an a HDTV!? You'd sound like a total nerd to them
The Antisec guys just have a problem with "security experts" who earn their living by doing nothing but posting exploits (without contacting anyone but Secunia) and generally spreading fear.
I haven't really understood their views on non-disclosure but my guess is they'd rather have no disclosure at all than the farce that is full disclosure.
Life would be so much easier if we could just look at the source code. -- Dave Olson