How about actually siting/quoting one of these stories?
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How is this insightful? Mr AC hasn't provided any evidence to demonstrate who this quote should be attributed to and under what context it was originally said. My understanding was that there is a lot of debate surrounding these issues, but that's not mentioned, either.
I guess if you want to appear intellectual and "better than everyone else" here on
Everyone talks about a FFVII remake (and with good reason, that's a huge cash cow waiting to be milked), but personally I would pay top dollar for a SoM remake that allowed me to play the co-op multiplayer feature over PSN.
"carefully planned, very professional, highly sophisticated"
These are not words I think of when discussing Anonymous. Give me a break.
Perhaps there are other "needle in a haystack" type problems that could be solved in a similar way?"
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Pretty much all video game websites are filled with these kind of kids/idiots. I was reading the Joystiq response to it yesterday and it was equally depressing. They've been brainwashed into believing that they no longer own the things they buy. The "Intellectual Property" and DRM propaganda has apparently worked on an entire generation, so much so that they are willing to run to the defense of a giant corporation in order to ensure their precious online Trophy awards don't get screwed up. Fucking pathetic.
I really liked seeing how many comments a story had while skimming the front page, can that option be put back?
Also, the Older Stories slashbox is not working anymore.
This is why I dumped Drupal and moved everything to WordPress; upgrading Drupal is a major pain in the ass.
And it's one of the contributing factors that makes Chicago thin crust pizza so horrible. I've been stuck here for over 15 years and I'd kill for one decent, east-coast style pizza place. Chicago deep-dish is good, but only in small quantities. Their thin crust, however, it an abomination. I want even sized pizza slices, each with their own piece of crust NOT square "party-cut" sweet sauce-on-cardboard shit.
This comment reveals a very popular ignorance. You can't publish "raw data" that you don't own. Many times the climate data comes from National Meteorological Services that require an NDA to be signed. Organizations like CRU cannot give away that data, but of course, you're if you want to pay/sign an NDA you're welcome to do that.
But there is data that is freely available, like here:
So really, your comment, and the 1000s of others like it all over the web, are without merit.
Are you aware that you can buy other characters using ingame money? So you buy a bunch of PLEXs with real money, sell them for ingame money, then use that to buy yourself a 60mil skillpoint character. Yeah, sounds really fair.
"What measures are you taking to prevent auto-erotic asphyxiation and other ways you're fairly unlikely to die?"
Wait, auto-erotic asphyxiation has gone airborne now? Sweet.
(Hint: your analogy is horrible. Additionally, your death is not the only issue when it comes to the flu.)
Yes, by all means ask the questions to get those details...AFTER you get an offer from the company. The principle is simple: until you've got something (an offer), you've got nothing. Asking about salary, benefits, hours, etc. before you have an offer only hurts your chances of getting a job. Why should you care about those things when you have no reason to believe you will work for that company? Those details are meaningless until you are hired. Once the offer is on the table, however, the balance of power shifts and you can ask those types of questions without hesitation.
I love seeing people getting worked up over stuff like this. Comments about totalitarian governments and censorship get tossed around and righteous anger runs hot. Well, someone please explain to me how this is any different from the shitstorm in the US over Janet Jackson's tit being shown at the Superbowl. In both cases we the government stepping in and doing something to "protect the children." The FCC came down hard and renewed their fight against "indecency." So while the banning of ganster games seems crazy to people outside of China, there are many people in other countries who think that banning female breasts is just as absurd.
Please note, I'm not saying I agree with the actions of these governments, I'm just pointing out that every group of people seems to have their cultural taboos.
It's not that these people haven't tried other games *after* WoW, it's the fact that they never played any MMOs *before* WoW. There's a complete lack of historical perspective on the genre and an ignorance (through no fault of their own necessarily) about what's possible in an MMO. Features that have been in other games for years are somehow revolutionary when Blizzard does it, and glaring omissions are glossed over as no big deal.