Good ol' Darwinism.
Good ol' Darwinism.
lol, good luck.
That's got to be one of the most awkward tools for breaking a window.
You'd be better off resting the metal bars from the headrest against the glass and kicking it in.
Lemon. Party of 3.
This sounds like it'll only work if they also ban Cert Pinning: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
I'd MOD UP if I had the points.
I came here to say exactly the same thing, but no need as you've already done a better job than I would have.
This post reads as:
"The thing I want doesn't do everything I want, but I can't be bothered to actually define what it is I actually want."
Well, put some effort into it. How are we supposed to know how to satisfy you if you don't even know what you want?
This shows such a lack of effort that I'm amazed you even managed to get your question posted on slashdot.
Actually, I got it wrong. The article wasn't talking about the "bare metal" storage mechanisms our brains use. Oh well.
I guess it didn't happen then because "trust me" and "you suck" aren't sources.
What you're describing is the behaviour of our memory at a high level of abstraction. The comparison made by the article refers to how our memory works at the "bare metal" level. At this lowest level of data retention there is no processing. It's simply storage and retrieval. Redundancy is probably the next level up and then probably several layers of processing.
Source or it didn't happen.
Thanks, I'll take a look at that article tonight.
And I find it funny that you immediately jump to the "MS shill" angle when someone chooses to wait for hard facts before hating MS.
Again, I miss the old slashdot. Kids today.
Man, you don't need to talk down to me.
I'm a regular on here and I have been reading all the Windows 10 coverage. That's how I know it's been light on facts and heavy on FUD.
It surprises me just how many of today's slashdot readers gobble that up without questioning the source.
I know it's almost a tradition here to not read the article, but it used to be that the readers at least applied some critical thinking.
I don't think it has been adequately covered. I still find people on here who confuse the Windows 10 release with the Insider Preview (which was designed to collect usage data).
There's a lot of FUD going around and very little fact.
There are four comments so far claiming Cortana is spyware but none of them offer any evidence of this. Is this just typical Slashdot irrational MS hatred, or am I missing something?
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