Become a fan of Slashdot on Facebook


Forgot your password?
DEAL: For $25 - Add A Second Phone Number To Your Smartphone for life! Use promo code SLASHDOT25. Also, Slashdot's Facebook page has a chat bot now. Message it for stories and more. Check out the new SourceForge HTML5 Internet speed test! ×

Comment Re:One question (Score 1) 336

Don't forget to read the reviews!

A caution to people buying these: if you do not follow the "directional markings" on the cables, your music will play backwards. Please check that before mentioning it in your reviews.

I installed one of these cables between my gigabit ethernet switch and my Canon Pixma 6700 color printer. I know it's not a sanctioned use, but I was looking for the ultimate in speed and color fidelity. I'm freaky that way.

The first time I downloaded a picture to the printer over this cable, the bits moved so fast the printer collapsed into a naked singularity, right there in my office.

Since then, I can't find the cat, and my entire set of VAX/VMS 4.7 documentation (DEC Will Rise Again!) (Mmmmm, orangey!) has gone missing.

Please, for the love of God, please, do not use these cables! The very existence of Earth may depend on your decision!

Comment Re:One damn tool - pay for 200 unnecessary ones (Score 1) 378

Most of those people could get by with Photoshop Elements instead of Photoshop, and there are even cheaper alternatives if that's still too much. Honestly, I'd prefer it keep working the way it does rather than getting a $10 gutted version with in app sales or "software as a service" model feature rentals.

Photoshop CS6 now optionally supports Content Aware Fill for $1 a use or $15 a month!!!

Fuck no.

Comment Re:Anonymous Coward (Score 1) 716

The first thing I do when I get a new case is rip the old fans out and replace them with Yate Loons or Scythes. Stock fans are almost invariably garbage, but fans don't have to be noisy. With the Yates at least (S-Flexes are debatable), the decrease in sound is certainly worth the price.

Slashdot Top Deals

The trouble with opportunity is that it always comes disguised as hard work. -- Herbert V. Prochnow