The sherrif is nearer.
The sherrif is nearer.
Surely you recall it was like pulling teeth to get Malda to post even that much code.
*cough* Your being a bit racially insensitive to the Eloi aren't you?
Eloi are people too...
Tasty, tasty people...
There can only be one Interrobang.
He probably means dollar per dollar up to 6% of gross annual pay.
"Fuck you, your masters know better."
Just spotted that people are stuffing comments into various stories here for the sole purpose of complaining about the
Maybe it's because I only occasionally visit here, but are people really that hung up on the current design?
Hell, I can remember when
I think the clue is in the word 'beta'. The whole point of this exercise is for users to help Slashdot iron out the kinks in the new design. As far as I'm aware, they are not forcing people to use the Beta site, and you can still use the 'classic' site in the meantime.
From an aesthetic viewpoint, it certainly doesn't look that bad - if it were faux-MySpace, I might be able to understand the anger. As it is, if you're really *that* opposed to change of Slashdot's look, either pitch ideas for a design that improves on how the site currently works, or help identify the problems with the proposed redesign. Clogging up the site with this neo-Luddite whinging will most likely get you nowhere, and if you decide to go elsewhere I suspect you won't be missed.
I hadn't heard of that - I'm inclined to check it out. Thanks for mentioning it.
Hot topics as I write this: Why doesn't Bruce resurrect Technocrat.net now that Slashdot is owned by Dice.com and stinks more than the last two times I've shut down Technocrat.net due to lack of readership?
Think it would really work this time? You've got my email and phone.
So yes, email him to give him an idea of how much actual interest there is so he knows the readership will be there.
So, it is tempting to resurrect Technocrat.net now that Slashdot stinks worse than the last two times I shut down technocrat.net
If you remember, we didn't get very many readers. We didn't get them because not enough people submitted usable articles.
I know that I can do it technically, and I have the server, and Cloudflare should be able to help me handle the load. But if it is like last time, and my wife observes that I'm talking to the same dozen guys all of the time, it's not going to work.
What do you think?
The trouble with computers is that they do what you tell them, not what you want. -- D. Cohen