Catch up on stories from the past week (and beyond) at the Slashdot story archive


Forgot your password?
Slashdot Deals: Deal of the Day - Pay What You Want for the Learn to Code Bundle, includes AngularJS, Python, HTML5, Ruby, and more. ×

Comment Re:The exact thing in the summary pic! (Score 1) 99

I'm guessing that's a lot less frequent than the way I'm going to be getting free SD cards working here: We got a bunch of the new iMacs with the slot-loading DVD drive right above the SD card slot on the side of the machine (so you can't see either while looking at it straight on) and this week I was able to recover both the DVD and SD card in the DVD drive of one of them, using a zip tie to prevent it from trying to pull the disk back in while it was "ejecting" (it wasn't coming all the way out). I wasn't certain there was an SD card in the drive, but after sweeping with the zip tie I noticed the point of resistance moving with it so I figured it wasn't a part of the drive, and used the zip tie to lever it out.

College journalism students.

Comment Re:really no compettition? (Score 1) 705

This is only available for users who are in Verizon territory where Verizon would supply there local telephone service if they had a land line at there residense or business.

If only that site knew the difference between there and their. And probably they're, too. And maybe how to spell residence? All that aside, I'm sure these guys are legit. Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to go out to get my free candy from the Windowless Candy Van.

User Journal

Journal Journal: Adding

I used to rely on AdBlock Plus for my fix of ad-safety, but then I heard about RequestPolicy, so I've put that on. It's great, but it turns out that while I find it perfectly acceptable to turn off ABP on a site that I like, I am much less likely to create permission to direct me to a third party for content (usually ads). ABP doesn't protect me from my paranoia about the buttons, though, so I'm sticking with RequestPolicy, and maybe sites will start hosting their own ads if they really want

Comment Fire. (Score 1) 321

Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing to inform you of a fire that has broken out on the premises of 123 Cavendon Road... no, that's too formal. Fire - exclamation mark - fire - exclamation mark - help me - exclamation mark. 123 Cavendon Road. Looking forward to hearing from you. Yours truly, Maurice Moss.

"People should have access to the data which you have about them. There should be a process for them to challenge any inaccuracies." -- Arthur Miller