Become a fan of Slashdot on Facebook

 



Forgot your password?
typodupeerror

Comment Re:Clearly (Score 0) 178

You know what I actually found this /. post interesting and relevant.. too scared to load zdnet again though. So I took the time of your post "Tuesday November 09, @06:10PM". And I found this little gem in YFA's -

"After this, Apple users on Slashdot will defend Steve Jobs. They'll state this can happen on any operating system, and that it is not Apple's responsibility. Then they're say how they are immune to viruses. They'll rejoice when they get their new version of Safari, which is limited to Apple's pre-approved sites.

Then their call will cut out, their screen will break, and their data will disappear. Steve Jobs will tell them that they are "holding it wrong". Apple fans will then bend over and take this abuse, at a personal cost of $4000."

Clearly here we totally think as a group and have exactly the same position on all things from hardware to software. Oh and we respect each other greatly.

- sent from my.. oh F**K, I don't even know anymore.

Comment Re:Your definition of movie may vary... (Score 0) 207

From the FTA: “There is no official deal in place to make that happen, as it isn’t controlled by a ‘distributor’ as such. The only conclusion we can reach is that in the absence of a ‘proper’ distributor, they won’t list us.”

I dunno why he gave such a lame geek answer like "the sky is falling you're retarded". Should have just sent him an email with the distribution info:

http://www.google.co.nz/search?&q=filetype%3Atorrent+the+tunnel

Comment Re:Fail. (Score 0) 87

Comment Re:Georgia Aquarium (Score -1) 352

Use fine sandpaper or even better, a sharpening stone, to create a sharp edge. This edge will be where the vertical edge meets the horizontal surfaces. Not only does sanding increase the chances of your victim being cut but sanded glass is less likely to chip along the edges and has some added strength. sorta source

Slashdot Top Deals

Never put off till run-time what you can do at compile-time. -- D. Gries

Working...