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Comment: Re:I have 24 invites saved up... (Score 1) 130

by iVasto (#29395129) Attached to: Spotify Retreats To Invite-Only In UK
Go fucking wild.

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Comment: Re:Mentioning "Fire" gets the attention of Appleca (Score 1) 314

by iVasto (#28780663) Attached to: FOIA Documents Detail iPods Overheating, Catching Fire
I did something similar to replace my HP laptop power brick. I simply mentioned that I almost burned myself on it and a new one was shipped out immediately. Granted I don't think I could burn myself, but the power brick was running a lot hotter than it should have so I just exaggerated a little bit. Whenever something is malfunctioning, simply mention almost being injured by it and companies will most likely send you a replacement item (within reason). It's cheaper to send a $20 power brick then pay a lawyer to just read a lawsuit being brought against them for negligence.

Comment: Skiing Technique (Score 1) 52

by iVasto (#28780537) Attached to: Japanese Researchers Create Skiing Robot
There is no one technique to ski. People learn different ways. For example Bode Miller has a sort of homegrown technique that is very different than other racers. The reason why there is no one technique is because it differs based on weight distribution, equipment (skis, bindings, boots, etc..), and snow conditions. You ski very different on ice then you do on powder.

Comment: Re:Just deserts. (Score 1) 841

by iVasto (#28714711) Attached to: Apple Update Means Palm Pre Can No Longer Sync With iTunes
I can't believe this post is on Slashdot. First of all, the iPod is just a mass storage device so virii and malware can infect it. Infact Apple even decided to infect Windows with their iPod. McAffee felt the need to create an iPod malware removal tool. And how long are people going to perpetuate the myth of OSX being 100% secure. Security through obscurity does not count. Granted most current virii for OSX requires a user giving root access to the program, but let's face it a lof of OSX users aren't technical savy. I would venture out to say most don't even know why they occasionally have to type their password in.

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