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Comment: A Matter of Pride (Score 1) 278 278

by jeek (#49703633) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: What's On Your Keychain?

Kali Flash Drive, Hiren's Flash Drive, KNOPPIX Flash Drive, HAK5 Rubber Ducky, Random Files Flash Drive, Breathalyzer, Key multitool, set of Brian Brushwood's bump keys, house key, car key, solar-powered flash light, 720p video camera that looks like a garage door opener, portable blacklight

Comment: Re:Who knows how long it will last? (Score 1) 210 210

by jeek (#48873899) Attached to: Tracking Down How Many (Or How Few) People Actively Use Google+

This. A million times, this.

I used to read about 80 webcomics. Most daily.

I'd also read about another 30-40 pages whenever they updated.

Google Reader made it so easy, all I had to do was click the Next button in my bookmark bar over and over until I ran out of Internet. My only whine was that it was always newest first, which sucked if I missed a day for whatever reason and would end up seeing today's comics before yesterday's. :(

But then Google killed off Reader, and now I only read XKCD and Cyanide+Happiness. :( :( :(

Comment: Re:I'd expect Fawkes masks to start making stateme (Score 2) 218 218

by jeek (#48615983) Attached to: Single Group Dominates Second Round of Anti Net-Neutrality Comment Submissions

Where I work, everyone's health care went up about 40% on average last month, with everyone getting either equal or worse coverage than they had previously. I think the ACA was a necessity, but premiums certainly did spike for a lot of people.

The perversity of nature is nowhere better demonstrated by the fact that, when exposed to the same atmosphere, bread becomes hard while crackers become soft.

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