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Comment: Re:I'm boycotting Disney after IT fiasco (Score 1) 176 176

by geminidomino (#50007843) Attached to: Disney Bans Selfie Sticks

People were okay with them having a Gay Pride Day years ago and celebrating homosexuality in an environment largely dominated by children, and they're only now worth fucking because they dared fire American workers

Might be because these things are only comparable if you've got the intellectual capacity of a moth.

Comment: Re:Speaking of "opaque" - Dice, WTF re: comment li (Score 1) 85 85

. If they don't, then they're not UI experts.

They're not. "Usability Experts" these days are using "UX", to differentiate them from the people who actually understand such useless concepts as "use cases" and "suitability to purpose."

Comment: Re:This is Slashdot's first article on the topic.. (Score 3, Insightful) 124 124

by geminidomino (#49945613) Attached to: SourceForge Suspends Independent Project Mirroring

Not sure if you're livving up to your username or what, but that's not true.

http://tech.slashdot.org/story/15/06/01/1241231/sourceforge-and-gimp-updated/

Dice, SF, and slashdot genuinely fuck up frequently enough that we can do quite well without the histrionics and bogus accusations.

Comment: Re:Amen brother! (Score 2) 424 424

Is there a Godwin's law for unnecessarily dragging an otherwise apolitical topic into the political arena?
I only ask because this is a clear violation of [insert that law].

Technically, if it was analogous to Godwin's Law ("As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1"), this would be a manifestation of that law.

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