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Comment Re:It's a Bad Time to be a "Serial Womanizer" (Score 1) 47

It was big in the 90s. The Late 10s? Not so much. Guy's got a custom-made dungeon in NYC, I am sure there's a disillusioned young lady lurking somewhere downtown waiting to pull the pin on her #MeToo grenade. The Alphabet Board did the only thing they could do.

In his defense: "News outlets have been sniffing around Schmidt’s former flames looking for a Harvey Weinstein-like bombshell, a source close to Schmidt told The Post. But sources say there’s nothing there." https://nypost.com/2017/12/21/...

Comment Re:Custom Android ROM (Score 1) 304

Ubuntu Touch/Mobile failed, Microsoft is closing shop on Windows 10 Mobile.

Honestly your best bet would be a phone that you can root, and put a stripped-down custom Android ROM on it. You don't need to connect to any Google Play services to get all the basics. At least that way you get to pick your configuration and keep it minimal.

There is LineageOS, it's a replacement (?) for cyanogenmod https://forum.xda-developers.c...

Submission + - Ask Slashdot: What Are The Worst Computer Or IT Related Jokes You Have Heard? 6

dryriver writes: It seems that in just about any field of employment — whether you are a 3D artist, a pastry chef or a lawyer — there is an abundance of jokes related to the profession or to situations commonly encountered during that profession, some pretty good, some so so, and some very, very bad. What I want to know is — what are the absolute WORST computer or IT related jokes that you have either heard from someone, found on the internet or possibly even invented yourself? (Since this is Slashdot, feel free to throw in Science-related jokes as well, provided that they are just as bad as the computer or IT jokes asked for). Thanks.

Submission + - Pentagon's Mysterious U.F.O. Program - with video! (nytimes.com) 1

Joosy writes: Until 2012 the Pentagon had a program, the "Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program", that tracked unidentified flying objects. Finally the program has come to light, and a few videos have been released.

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