the real reason we have zombies everywhere is political correctness. it's a lot safer for game makers to use pretend antagonists than human beings. if a game has you shooting human beings, somebody's going to complain; monsters or robots are much less likely to offend the hyper-sensitive thought-police tipper gores of the world.
The story points to plus46.html which isn't useful for a general distribution announcement like this. Here's a much better choice (which includes a link to the plus46.html page):
for the record, i submitted it with different links. plus46.html was originally linked from the text "and lots more." they "improved" the links in the story before they published it.
- "inaccessible," not "unaccessible"
- no such word as "unoptimality," and
- i seriously doubt that that line is a quote from an actual error message (therefore don't use quotation marks)
Cisco Systems is reporting multiple vulnerabilities in three popular wireless products that can unleash all kinds of nastiness, including denials of service, privilege escalation, information disclosure and the ability to gain full administrative access. The flaws reside in Cisco's Wireless Control System (WCS), Wireless LAN Controller and Lightweight Access Points.
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this stance says, "we don't *want* high standards;" this is intellectual laziness, the slacker ethic.
slashdot won't miss me; i know that. but neither will *i* miss slashdot, and, as more and more productive users abandon the site, the lower its already-embattled quality will sink. it won't be too long before slashdot is nothing but trolls.
p.s. don't waste your time flaming me; i won't see it. i mean it; i'm never coming to this website again.
for the record, i wrote this.