...too often it's USED for profit at the expense of mankind and the environment and not for the betterment of mankind or the environment. This is a huge problem. Science is science and is great for advancement. Problem is, businessmen don't care about consequences or advancement. They simply think "how can we profit from this knowledge" and too often "environment/health/people be damned". GMO is not the problem. It's how it is USED that will/will not be the problem.
That's kind of what I was thinking.
...is if there was a target. Like if the WiFi signal was near a Jewish family's home, and let's say the family was named "Cohen". If the WiFi signal overlapped their home and was broadcasting an idea with a threat such as "CohensRKikes" or "DieJewScum" or similar, I can see a crime being involved. But just something like "JewsSuck" or whatever? I'm Jewish. Everyone hates us. It's just part of life.
...how does this help solve the mystery of the Pittsburgh protractors?
...is we don't talk about Anonymous. Second rule of Anonymous is we don't talk about Anonymous. Third rule of Anonymous is
Luckily, Twitter doesn't take much bandwidth. YouTube won't be a good weapon at that rate, but 56K should be plenty for effective Twitter usage.
Fair? What is this? (In the monotone of Deep Space 9's wormhole aliens...yeah, I'm that geeky.)
"App" is short for "Apple"....duh!
A survey of American voters by World Public Opinion shows that Fox News viewers are significantly more misinformed than consumers of news from other sources. One of the most interesting questions was about President Obama's birthplace. 63 percent of Fox viewers believe Obama was not born in the US (or that it is unclear). In 2003 a similar study about the Iraq war showed that Fox viewers were once again less knowledgeable on the subject than average. Let the flame war begin!
Easiest way to execute a DDoS attack is to post about it on
/., huh? :)
"Imaginary guitar notes and imaginary vocals exist only in the imagination of the imaginer...and... ultimately, who gives a fuck anyway?" - The Central Scrutinizer.
I'd much rather have a positive effect from a placebo than from a drug that usually has nasty side-effects.
Everyone who signs up for Facebook agrees to their Terms which are clearly spelled out and say they could pull stuff like this. If you don't like the terms, don't sign up. This isn't a situation like a local utility where you don't have a choice to switch to something else.