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Comment Re:Intended? (Score 4, Insightful) 336

And they should.
You bought an MSI or ASUS or whatever brand graphics card with an AMD-branded Radeon chip... which of these words hint at "Catalyst"?
I know it sounds less "k3wl", but what's wrong with naming it "AMD graphics driver".
Marketeers should keep their dirty mittens off anything that affects actual users.

Comment Re:You did Something vs. You didn't do Anything (Score 4, Insightful) 206

You don't even need to post-process anything to make a fake photo.
Just choose the right position to hide context from the photo, the right angle for emotional effect or simply ask people to do something or rearrange some objects.
One could say that by even merely being present, a photographer influences the content of his photos.

Comment Re:Computers against "prosecutorial discretion" (Score 1) 200

The complaints against the particularly-effective enforcement techniques are misguided and stupid — the laws need to change instead.

Yeah, if we could just change the laws to a zero mph speed limit everywhere, all the time, then all speeding tickets would be valid and nobody would complain about that.

Comment Re:Follow the money (Score 1) 211

I'm actually surprised you don't hear this kind of thing more often.

The vast majority of startups fail.

Read, especially chapter D.
The vast majority of startups fail. This report claims 74% of startups fail due to premature scaling alone.

Premature scaling seems to be exactly what has happened here; a company finding itself in a situation where it has to produce far more than it knows how to.

One picture is worth 128K words.