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Comment: How about enforcement? (Score 1) 273

by fyec (#46661065) Attached to: Algorithm Challenge: Burning Man Vehicle Exodus
The idea is interesting, but car + long line => selfish jerk behavior, always. So you mention radioing ahead to tell someone that an unauthorized car is in the express line. Then what? How do you force that car out of the line? It still seems like you're expecting people to follow the rules and, when they don't, say "gosh darnit, you're right. I was cheating" and then calmly get out of line. People who are hot, tired, dirty, and irritated are not going to be reasonable.

Comment: Re:Expected (Score 1) 76

by fyec (#45967181) Attached to: Amazon and GoDaddy Are the Biggest Malware Hosters
I agree with you, but I wonder if there is something that Amazon et al might be able to do about it. Would it be too cost/performance prohibitive to scan for known malware before a site is allowed to go live? Is that technically infeasible or are there confidentiality issues that prevent Amazon from doing that?

Comment: Re:And your predictions? (Score 2) 385

by fyec (#45860363) Attached to: Isaac Asimov's 50-Year-Old Prediction For 2014 Is Viral and Wrong
I think you missed the point of the post. The OP was not griping about how inaccurate Asimov was. The griping is about NPR, Huffington Post, and Business Insider and their lauding of how right Asimov was, when he mostly wasn't.
Asimov was brilliant and certainly did better in these predictions than many could have done, but he got more wrong than right. A headline like "Genius predicted a few things but was mostly wrong" just does not make good copy.

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