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Comment: A little off subject... but I have almost 100 PCs (Score 1) 115

by labiator (#47858477) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Robotics or Electronic Kits For Wounded Veterans?

I am looking for the right Veterans Organization (Semper Fi to my fellow Marines) to give some Dell Optiplex PCs.. USB 2.0, 200 GB disks, Intel Video. I served during the first Gulf war, so I know what you are talking about. Any suggestions. North Texas is preferred to reduce shipping costs.

Comment: Re:Treason (Score 0) 359

by labiator (#36646822) Attached to: If WikiLeaks Suspect Manning Is Legally Guilty, What Punishment?

UCMJ is pretty clear on this. Treason is punishable by death. He knew what he was doing, and knew it was in violation of the UCMJ. The UCMJ (Uniform Code of Military Justice) supercedes the Constitution for Military personnel and those under Martial Law. Moral Right or Wrong does not apply. Personally, I think he should be executed as he put his fellow soldiers at risk, in addition to others Americans.

Comment: Accounts disabled as well? (Score 1) 401

by labiator (#35337280) Attached to: Gmail Accidentally Resets 150,000 Accounts

Are you seeing your account disabled due to a "perceived" violation of the TOS? What recourse is there to this issue? Whatever happened to "Don't be evil?" I can't access Apps, Voice, iGoogle. or anything else they "offer" me. I have been in this boat since yesterday morning. Anyone have any suggestions?

Canada

Ontario School Bans Wi-Fi 287

Posted by samzenpus
from the balance-the-humors dept.
St. Vincent Euphrasia elementary school in Meaford, Ont. is the latest Canadian school to decide to save its students from the harmful effects of Wi-Fi by banning it. Schools from universities on down have a history of banning Wi-Fi in Ontario. As usual, health officials and know-it-all scientists have called the move ridiculous. Health Canada has released a statement saying, "Wi-Fi is the second most prevalent form of wireless technology next to cell phones. It is widely used across Canada in schools, offices, coffee shops, personal dwellings, as well as countless other locations. Health Canada continues to reassure Canadians that the radiofrequency energy emitted from Wi-Fi equipment is extremely low and is not associated with any health problems."

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