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Comment: Re: In theory (Score 1) 127

Lucky. You've only had to deal with the eureka moments when they discover something old. The trouble comes when they've wasted a week on a problem that a 2nd year CS student would know from sight or worse they've put it in the code and now someone has to find their race condition.

Comment: Re:Why Not???? (Score 1) 363

by internerdj (#48160155) Attached to: Scanning Embryos For Super-Intelligent Kids Is On the Horizon
Apart from the other excellent reasons. It is optional and beneficial so it will cost money. That means you are going to have some that will participate and some that won't and that will at least loosely be tied to existing intelligence between the couple. You aren't going to have zero dumb people after this. You will have a generally dumb group maintaining their birth rates. Some super rich folks who will have more intelligent kids at the same rate. Some middle income folks who will have fewer kids who are more intelligent.

Comment: Re:Recommended documentary on eyewitness testamony (Score 3, Interesting) 102

by internerdj (#48077285) Attached to: Study Weighs In On the Reliability of Eyewitness Testimony
I read a very interesting piece just this morning where a man who was not talking to police without a lawyer ended up having his silence used to prove that he was lacked basic human empathy in a fatal hit and run. Of course, now I can't find the article.

Comment: Re:$1000!? (Score 1) 278

by internerdj (#48058237) Attached to: Marriott Fined $600,000 For Jamming Guest Hotspots
I'm sure it is. I support a customer every few years at a 4 day convention there. Last time they bought a brand new dyson vaccuum for less than the price of the cleaning crew vaccuuming the booth at night. Another vendor bought a full set of very nice folding chairs for their booth for the price of chair rental. The service prices are just absurd.

When you don't know what to do, walk fast and look worried.