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Comment: Re: Any Memory?? what judge will go on just that? (Score 1) 415

by geminidomino (#47400475) Attached to: Police Using Dogs To Sniff Out Computer Memory

I'm well aware of the moral of the story (I've been dating a historian for 12 years, and my awareness of it still impresses her).

I didn't say anything about historical reality, I said that crediting "feminism" with the concept was nuts, and implied that just because something is in the OT doesn't make it good/right/accurate/worth a damn (and it sure as hell has fuckall to do with "historical reality").

Comment: Re:Long term jobs are rare and getting rarer. (Score 2) 281

by geminidomino (#47389257) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How Often Should You Change Jobs?

#2 is mostly but not entirely true. I've been at my current job for nearly 7 years now (and have no intention of leaving as long as the doors stay open) for just that reason: It's a very small software company, and the pay is below market (especially given the number of DevOps hats I wear), but it's more than enough to live on, and the bosses DO treat me with the same loyalty and respect I give them.

Apparently, I work in Narnia.

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Comcast Executives Appear To Share Cozy Relationships With Regulators 63

Posted by timothy
from the how-totally-amazing dept.
v3rgEz (125380) writes A month before Comcast's announcement of a $45B takeover of rival Time-Warner, Comcast's top lobbyist invited the US government's top antitrust regulators to share the company's VIP box at the Sochi Olympics. A Freedom of Information Act request from Muckrock reveals that the regulators reluctantly declined, saying "it sounds like so much fun" but the pesky "rules folks" would frown on it, instead suggesting a more private dinner later.

Comment: Re:People assume they're watched. (Score 2) 195

by geminidomino (#47298553) Attached to: Workplace Surveillance Becoming More Common

Nah, that's strictly PFY-level Bastardry. A BOFH would be running a lucrative side-business selling the Lusers "privacy dongles" -- USB Flash drives pre-loaded with remote-access malware (conviniently whitelisted) -- to protect them from such monitoring, for the low, fair price of $199.99

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