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Comment: Garbage, Wrong (Score 0, Troll) 400

by salteye (#43527137) Attached to: Dropcam CEO's Beef With Brogramming and Free Dinners
Young, single, childless males are the ones who will dedicate their evenings to making sure not only that things run properly, but that you are in the front of your field. Filling your department with family oriented people is just going to give you a whole bunch of people who will do what they must and anything they need to not to lose their job. If you follow this advice, DO NOT EXPECT TO INNOVATE!

Comment: Hm (Score 0) 318

by salteye (#43342917) Attached to: Google Glass and Surveillance Culture
I really hope concern over the glasses will read to people being more conscious of data privacy, but to be honest I have to wonder why people are just now concerned about data privacy. A former senior executive at the NSA was persecuted for trying to speak out against sweeping surveillance against ALL americans and had the espionage act used against him, yet awareness of this issue has remained close to zero. Face it, people, we already live in a surveillance society. Everything you do is associated with you. Here's a video of the former NSA exec speaking: This is already a really important issue.

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