I bailed out of slashdot and spent more time commenting and being a part of the community over there until Bruce decided to shelve it.
Here's to hoping he resurrects it again.
Only not written in ruby.
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If it really is, why not move to a host that isn't vulnerable.
No such thing. The closest thing to invulnerable is The Tick, and even he's only nigh invulnerable.
The Washington Post reports that the U.S. birthrate is at its lowest since 1920, the earliest year with reliable records.
Except for Hawaii. Their earliest year with reliable records was 1962 apparently.
By giving us cheap and open devices, Google is making sure it's in control -- not the carriers. That's better for the consumers, but it's also better for Google.
That's better for the consumers for now. But in the long run there's no more reason to trust Google than the telephone companies where power is currently concentrated. Once all the power is in Google's hands (if they get their way) it's not so good for consumers anymore.
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