Finally they stood up to the telecoms and now I trust them completely to ensure that the Internet will be free, open and available to everyone.
I've never understood the hate as of late.
We've improved Slashdot's video section; now you can view our video interviews, product close-ups and site visits with all the usual Slashdot options to comment, share, etc. No more walled garden! It's a work in progress -- we hope you'll check it out (Learn more about the recent updates).
Why did you remove the Slashdot Green Title Bars from the comment threads? (the green title bars create an easy to see delineation between the comments and are easy to see even when scrolling fast. (they are also part of that Slashdot Brand I was talking about)
Over the past decade the Slashdot logo, the Slashdot green, the title bars and icons, unique details and config options have become part and parcel of the "Slashdot Brand". It's what makes Slashdot unique. By ignoring this you weaken your brand and your reader's loyalty. You are basically stripping away all that is Slashdot without adding anything useful or new!!!!
If you own a Review Website
Why does the hosting provider have to get involved anyways? Isn't the content of the website the responsibility of the domain owner? Someone please explain why the hosting company would have shut the entire website down if they didn't remove the page?
If one of these things is flying over YOUR PROPERTY are you allowed to blast it out of the sky?
Or will doing so bring the wrath of the justice department upon you until you are either bankrupt, in jail, or worse.
It seems like surveillance state / police state is becoming a reality.
Thank-you. I hate when EA lovers try to rewrite history.
No-one said it was a conspiracy. SimCity was just the tipping point.
EA has made MANY terrible decisions over the past 5 years. No conspiracy
Madden continued to be a strong NFL sports franchise because there's no other official NFL games anymore
Top Ten Things Overheard At The ANSI C Draft Committee Meetings: (10) Sorry, but that's too useful.