After playing Minecraft for 4 hours over the weekend with my 10 y.o. son watching over my shoulder, I have to agree. Now I need to get him setup with his own computer so he can play for hours on end.
I'm hooked, and my 13 year-old son is hooked as well. It's a dangerous game. At least he has his own computer, though.
sign them up for groups like NAMBLA, you name it.
you can sign people up for groups without any hax OR their consent now - as i discovered the other day, when my gmail had 5735 new facebook notifications.
Now they only need to fix the service, which is so shite.
As a customer of this ISP, I have to disagree. Decent speeds, and I've only seen a few hours of downtime in the last couple of years.
Damn, the judge destroyed her business model in one stroke of his pen.
I heard she's sueing him.
I've had _one_ successful virus - still not sure how it got there, back in the win2k days.
you've had _one_ successful virus/piece of malware you're aware of. malware tech advances at the same rate as other tech.
If one ISP stands up and refuses to give up records etc, and people rally behind them, that company would hopefully flourish.
This has already happened. UPC/NTL have told IRMA (the Irish RIAA) to basically go and fuck themselves unless they have a court order.
Logic doesn't apply to the real world. -- Marvin Minsky