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Clearly, powerful forces must be at work to perpetuate the cycle
Wow. I do believe a dose of Hanlon's Razor is in order here.
Exactly what the powerful forces want us to believe.
but was ignominiously rejected.
LZMA is how 500GB can be reduced to 100 kB.
LZMA is Boeing's friend.
Hopefully, it won't plead for too many trips to the psychotherapist.
No, you're just overreacting, like most people on Slashdot
Tell that to those who ran Linux/BSD on their PlayStation 3s.
While this article is framed as a victory for the consumer, it is yet another reminder that technology [such as Cinavia] can, and will, be used to subvert our existing rights [to lend, copy, borrow, make backups].
Step by step, resistance will be overcome and we shall be reduced to facilitators of consumption, thanks to the ever-increasing apathy amongst the general public.
The researchers could do far worse than consult the sub-continental experts on the other side of the planet.
Every now and then, an event occurs that should not [but does] fill one's heart with joy — mainly because of a universal form of justice being executed. This is one of those moments.
Apparently, there were regressions with the build.
Here's revision 2 of Apache 2.2.15 with OpenSSL. Preliminary reports indicate that it works like it should.
You're right, but sageres used the correct terminology in the first place. Ogg Vorbis is the accurate name of Vorbis streams enclosed in Ogg containers.