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Comment "news"?! (Score 4, Informative) 65

i know the level here is low recently... but an old product is news? with an hour long commercial introduction before the no-infomation video?!?!

here is the fucking product page link http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/jsp/Moverio/Home.do (with no information such as file type, etc)

and here is the $500 amazon page selling it with fucking reviews http://www.amazon.com/Epson-V11H423020-Moverio-See-Through-Wearable/dp/B007ORN0LS

Comment Re:Speaking as someone in the industry (Score 1) 39

That is interesting. I'd guess they do not like your book because it is a dreaded school assignment to them. Maybe you should go for the schools and allow them to distribute for free after a small fee? that way it would be easier to enforce...

And I am curious if you add a plea against piracy on the book?

Comment Re:What person thinks this is OK? (Score 1) 191

You may have already purchased such device if you have an Android.

Wifi passwords are sent to Google by default, on every device, email passwords sent to Motorola (owned by Google) on all Motorola devices (except for gmail... Guess they optimized since they already have those)

On ios, who knows? It's closed and phone home all the time.

Comment Re:Nvidia drivers (Score 1) 157

They are dumb. Release the driver as opensource, and depends on the closed 3rd party code, shipped as the current binaryblob.

Open source devs would waste their time implementing open source version of those components, freeing nvidia ofof paying royalties in the future.

Comment Learn (Score 2) 332

Lear all you can. how can he do less work and not create bugs? (if he creates bugs, stop fixing his work and let the problem fix itself)

All in all, he is you tomorrow. You will get like him. Maybe there's a reason for that. maybe it's just indifference that comes with age. either way, i'd recomend you to learn his ways and start sooner, for as soon as you start that, you will get better pay, more respect, and a youger idiot to clean up after you.

Comment debunked (Score 1) 135

This pretty much debunked the myth that being a woman in tech is difficult and that is kjust because women opt to do other things that we don't see them around. And that the whole issue is around only for a few individuals special interests.

What i really want to see is someone pull that coverage by being a 50-60 yr old male white developer. The only group that really is absent in tech despite trying.


4-Billion-Pixel Panorama View From Curiosity Rover 101

SternisheFan points out that there is a great new panorama made from shots from the Curiosity Rover. "Sweep your gaze around Gale Crater on Mars, where NASA's Curiosity rover is currently exploring, with this 4-billion-pixel panorama stitched together from 295 images. ...The entire image stretches 90,000 by 45,000 pixels and uses pictures taken by the rover's two MastCams. The best way to enjoy it is to go into fullscreen mode and slowly soak up the scenery — from the distant high edges of the crater to the enormous and looming Mount Sharp, the rover's eventual destination."
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DOJ Often Used Cell Tower Impersonating Devices Without Explicit Warrants 146

Via the EFF comes news that, during a case involving the use of a Stingray device, the DOJ revealed that it was standard practice to use the devices without explicitly requesting permission in warrants. "When Rigmaiden filed a motion to suppress the Stingray evidence as a warrantless search in violation of the Fourth Amendment, the government responded that this order was a search warrant that authorized the government to use the Stingray. Together with the ACLU of Northern California and the ACLU, we filed an amicus brief in support of Rigmaiden, noting that this 'order' wasn't a search warrant because it was directed towards Verizon, made no mention of an IMSI catcher or Stingray and didn't authorize the government — rather than Verizon — to do anything. Plus to the extent it captured loads of information from other people not suspected of criminal activity it was a 'general warrant,' the precise evil the Fourth Amendment was designed to prevent. ... The emails make clear that U.S. Attorneys in the Northern California were using Stingrays but not informing magistrates of what exactly they were doing. And once the judges got wind of what was actually going on, they were none too pleased:"

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