Never trust a mason
But always trust a mason jar.
Never trust a mason
But always trust a mason jar.
That's not what the article you linked to says. All it really says is that Fox gets a big market share because they're one of the few (if not the only) major media outlet that doesn't skew to the Left.
But the media does in fact skew to the Right. Think about the ownership of the mainstream media outlets. Military contractors, warmongers, Rupert Murdoch (and his Saudi friends), the whole lot of them.
If you take a view through the actual political positions espoused in the mainstream media rather than through the "Overton window", you will see that the mainstream media and NPR and the BBC, are all right-leaning. Even the (supposedly liberal) NY Times and Washington Post were cheerleading George W. Bush during the run-up to the Iraq War.
I realize that it works, which is why it is such a popular technique. Mentioning Saggy pants and how stupid they are, gets me labeled "racist".
This is known as the "but white people eat fried chicken and watermelon too!" argument.
It is a rhetorical device used most often by racists who get caught with their dicks out. It is seldom persuasive.
Where is the "SLASHDOT IS FBI" guy? I figured he'd be all over this story.
Maybe he's thinking about going back to being the "cows say moo" guy.
The media in the US actually skews to the Right.
When Dissent is chanted down by the Mob crying "racism" or "Bigotry" or "sexist"
Have you considered the possibility that racism, bigotry, and sexism are not really "dissent"?
Do you think I can get this "Ludacris" mode retrofitted onto my '95 Mazda Protege?
I'm not a Musk-car fan, but knowing it has a Ludacris mode makes me really want one.
How did anyone even notice that there had been a nuclear accident in New Mexico? It already looks like Fallout 3. I'm pretty sure there are already feral ghouls and radscorpions there.
But anyway, any excuse to play this:
I am also worth $90 billion, give or take $90 billion.
I'm hesitant to search for 'korean manbang' on Google.
Yeah, probably safer to leave that one alone.
There needs to be more investigations into Hillary Clinton. It's not like Congress is busy doing anything else.
I switched off Comcast a few months ago to a regional ISP that's deploying fiber-to-the-premises all over the place. Their current offering in my neighborhood is FTTN, which is basically fiber to a box near my house, then DSL from that box to my living room. I have two DSL lines bonded for a 50Mbps down, ~8Mbps up connection (that is, faster than Comcast in uploads) for about a third what I was paying Comcast. That's to tide us over until the ISP gets around to replacing that last mile, which they've actually been doing and not continually deferring to some distant future.
Don't cry for me and my DSL connection. Our download speed is theoretically slower, but in practice it's just as fast, utterly uncapped, and far cheaper. I somehow think we'll scrape by.
"The protesters have made 16 demands," according to the article, six related to related to supposed infiltration of Tor by government agents, and 10 regarding the Appelbaum ruling and investigation -- including "asking all Tor employees that participated in this investigation to leave" and "the persons behind the JacobAppelbaum.net and the @JakeMustDie and @VictimsOfJake Twitter accounts to come forward and their identities made public."
It sounds like these protesters need to figure out what it is they're protesting. And their demanding that an online accounts should have their "identities made public" sounds a little bit incongruous with Tor's own mission.
Shutting down Tor to protest an attack on Tor sounds like they really haven't thought this thing through, regardless of their agenda. It's not like a one-day boycott of Tor is going to cost Tor money or anything, so it's not really putting any pressure on the elements within the project that they want to force out. Plus, as other people have pointed out, it hurts Tor users more than it hurts the people they want to hurt.
Finally, the dumbness of their manifesto calls into question the validity of their claims. We don't have to worry about the government trying to destroy Tor as long as they're doing such a bang-up job all on their own.
Adolf Hitler, Lennart Poettering, Donald Drumpf. All of german / austrian origin, and all horrible criminals.
But at least Adolf Hitler never used systemd. And few people know that the fuhrer was a terrific dancer, and could paint an entire apartment in one afternoon...two coats!
Also, as a server admin, having IPv6 open increases your traffic, not because more people are visiting but because a lot of bot nets are scanning IPv6 looking for vulnerabilities.
I'm very skeptical of this. What's the Venn diagram of "people who know what IPv6 is" and "people who think you can scan IPv6 space before the heat death of the universe"?
Genetics explains why you look like your father, and if you don't, why you should.