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Comment: This news piece has been greatly exagerated (Score -1, Troll) 219

Seriously, come on. Do you PERSONALLY know ANYONE who was affected by this? Neither do I.

TFS and TFA should include something like: This news brought to you by our scaremongering overlords, courtesy of privacy nutjobs all over the globe.

This isn't legal documents we're talking about here, anyway. I'm also pretty sure this is covered under Facebook's EULA/TOS you didn't read.

Life goes on. Don't like Facebook, don't use Facebook.

Comment: What's wrong with unregulated? (Score 0, Troll) 270

Our lives are already regulated by governments all the way to hell and back and look how messed up it is now.

Regulating internet will lead to more expensive and less efficient service for all. The only winning parties will be politicians and lawyers, as usual. The population always loses with regulation.

Comment: Another bubble (Score 5, Insightful) 110

by rodrigoandrade (#47201743) Attached to: GoDaddy Files For $100 Million IPO
This is going to make top Go Daddy execs millionaires, and every other stockholder gets screwed after the execs flip and the stock tumbles down in the months following said IPO.

Protip: NEVER enter an IPO, no matter how awesome you think the company is. Wait and see how the stock performs over an extended period.

Comment: Crusade against capitalism (Score 0, Flamebait) 398

by rodrigoandrade (#47178307) Attached to: The Ethics Cloud Over Ballmer's $2 Billion B-Ball Buy
I'm pretty sick and tired of this crusade against capitalism all over the world, where anyone who makes a lot of money is either evil, unethical, or oppressive to his employees.

Then you have folks like Thomas Picketty who preach to the socialist choir, and writes all the shit the lefties wanna read. Nevermind he's a millionaire himself.

We need more Ron Pauls.

Comment: Re:Low hanging fruit but where's the juice? (Score 0) 321

by rodrigoandrade (#47108935) Attached to: I Want a Kindle Killer
+5 Insightful!!

Anyone using tablets for an extended period of time (several months or a few years) and is not a senior citizen who uses it as his/her main Facebook/e-mail/lolcatz dumb terminal can confirm that the magic has worn off and his/her tablet mostly sits in a drawer or coffee table waiting to be used once in a blue moon, whether it's an iPad or Android device.

Once you're done playing the most popular free(mium) games and/or its clones, watched a few movies, and can't find a specific use case for it, tablets become semi-useful gadgets that you only pick up when you remember you actually own a tablet.

Power corrupts. And atomic power corrupts atomically.

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