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Comment: Um, no (Score 1) 279

by Adam Gignac (#44191677) Attached to: Disney's Titling Problem With Its <em>Star Wars</em> Movies
No need to add "The Skywalker Saga" on to the titles. Movies that are part of the main thread keep their "Episode $n" titles, and spin-offs get their own titles. Worked for X-Men (the quality of that series notwithstanding) which had X-Men {1,2,3} (spanning the Xavier vs Magneto stories), Origins and First Class (prequels), and the upcoming Wolverine and Days of Future Past.

Comment: Ethics (Score 3, Insightful) 85

by Adam Gignac (#42993503) Attached to: PunkSPIDER Project Puts Vulnerabilities On (Searchable) Display
Funny; my professor just told a networking class recently when discussing vulnerability scanners that it was seriously unethical to scan a system without permission - it would be like walking through a parking lot and checking which cars are unlocked. I think most people would agree with him. This project might have good intentions, trying to encourage the sysadmins to tighten up their security, but I think there's a better way to do it than public shaming.

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