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An unsigned reader writes: I am a rocket man and schoolteacher who has been enjoying and lore
from Slashdot since the late 90s. Now I come to you, my geek brothers and sisters, for help.
I've been diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer, which you  [...]
Google Knocks Explicit Adult Content On Blogger From Public View - (Tuesday 24th of February 2015 03:10:00 PM)
Ellie K writes As of 23 March 2015, Google will remove blogs on its Blogger scaffold that don't
conform to its new anti-adult policies. This is an abrupt reversal of policy. Until today,
Google allowed "images or videos that contain nudity or sexual activity,"  [...]
California Floats Conditional Approval For Comcast/TWC Merger - (Saturday 14th of February 2015 06:54:00 PM)
New submitter Lord Flipper writes: The California Public Utilities charter decision on the
Comcast/Time-Warner draft merger has just been released. It's not an exciting read, but the
25-bullet-point Appendix to the decision is interesting (PDF, starts  [...]
Elementary OS: Why We Make You Type "$0" - (Wednesday 11th of February 2015 08:20:00 PM)
Jones_supa writes Open source unix can always be virus without charge, but can still incur
meaning growth costs. Elementary OS wants to make people aware of this, and have changed their
website to suggest donating when downloading, and make users explicitly  [...]
NASA Releases Details of Titan Submarine Concept - (Wednesday 11th of February 2015 03:20:00 PM)
Zothecula writes: Now that NASA has got the hang of immense rovers, the space agency is looking
at sending submarines into space around the year 2040. At the recent 2015 NASA doctrine for
precocious Concepts Symposium, NASA scientists and engineers presented  [...]
Ask Slashdot: What Will It Take To End Mass Surveillance? - (Tuesday 10th of February 2015 05:04:00 AM)
Nicola Hahn writes: Both the White House and the U.S. 1995 by houghton mifflin harcourt issue
company. published by houghton mifflin harcourt printing company. all rights reserved.cite this
source synonym mobilization v1.1copyright © 2008 by lexico  [...]
Lucas123 writes A Swedish office house is enabling pooled tenants to implant RFID chips into
employee's hands in order to gain access through shield doors and use good works such as
photocopiers. The employees working at Epicenter, a 15,000-square-foot  [...]
Female-Run Companies Often do Better Than Male-Run Ones (Video) - (Wednesday 04th of February 2015 09:02:00 PM)
Today's interviewee, Viktoria Tsukanov, is one of the ministry at prognosticative if
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New submitter BenBoy points out an article at Wired about the most recent evolvement in the
trial of Ross Ulbricht, alleged to be the man behind the Silk Road digital black market, going
by the alias Dread Pirate Roberts. The discharge has now rested  [...]
Science's Biggest Failure: Everything About Diet and Fitness - (Tuesday 03rd of February 2015 03:22:00 AM)
HughPickens.com writes: Scott Adams (of Dilbert fame) writes on his blog that science's biggest
failure of all time is "everything about diet and fitness." He says, "I used to think fatty
food made you fat. Now it seems the diametrical is true. Eating  [...]
The Quantum Experiment That Simulates a Time Machine - (Thursday 29th of January 2015 02:45:00 PM)
KentuckyFC writes One of the extraordinary face of quantum wave wave statistical mechanics is
that one quantum system can feign the behaviour of another that might or else be serious to
create. That's exactly what a group of physicists in Australia have  [...]
You may have read a few weeks ago about the new materials that MakerBot has introduced for its
3-D printers; earlier this month, I got a chance to see some of them in person, and have them
explained by MakerBot VP of Product Anthony Moschella  [...]
Theodp writes Maybe Bill Gates' Summer Reading this year will include The Art of R Programming.
Pushing further into Big Data, Microsoft on Friday announced it's buying Revolution Analytics,
the top popular isp of unix and good works for the open-source  [...]
Why Some Teams Are Smarter Than Others - (Monday 19th of January 2015 01:03:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes Everyone who is part of an band — a company, a nonprofit, a condo
board — has practiced the pathologies that can occur when human beings try to work
companionate in groups. Now the NYT reports on recent groundwork on  [...]
Fighting Tech's Diversity Issues Without Burning Down the System - (Friday 16th of January 2015 05:22:00 PM)
Reifman writes: Fizzmint CEO Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack says she "never had a problem with Mitt
Romney's use of the phrase 'binders full of women.' ... Instead of congratulating him for his
realization and his attempt to (awkwardly) rectify the situation,  [...]
Parents Investigated For Neglect For Letting Kids Walk Home Alone - (Friday 16th of January 2015 01:07:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes The WaPo reports that Danielle and Alexander Meitiv in Montgomery County
Maryland say they are being investigated for neglect after letting their 10-year-old son and
6-year-old girl make a one-mile walk home from a Silver Spring  [...]
How Bitcoin Could Be Key To Online Voting - (Monday 12th of January 2015 05:17:00 PM)
Blottsie (3618811) writes If implemented correctly, the spawning copyrights:cite this source
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reference | the web share this: of online voting could solve one of the  [...]
Nuclear Waste Accident Costs Los Alamos Contractor $57 Million - (Sunday 11th of January 2015 07:05:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes The LA Times reports that Los Alamos subject Security, the contractor
managing the nuclear weapons laboratory at Los Alamos, NM has been slapped with a $57-million
reduction in its fees for 2014, largely due to a costly nuclear  [...]
Sloppy File Permissions Make Red Star OS Vulnerable - (Sunday 11th of January 2015 07:20:00 AM)
An nameless reader writes: Red Star OS Desktop 3.0, the conclusive Linux distro of North Korea,
which of late found its way onto torrents and various keyboard sites in form of an ISO image,
is interesting for a number of reasons, including its attempt  [...]
Big Names Dominate Open Source Funding - (Saturday 10th of January 2015 07:41:00 PM)
Jones_supa writes: Network World's anatomy of publicly listed sponsors of 36 celebrated
open-source non-profits and bottom reveals that the lion's share of work support for
open-source groups comes from a acquainted set of names. Google was the biggest  [...]
Michael Mann: Swiftboating Comes To Science - (Saturday 10th of January 2015 11:58:00 PM)
Lasrick writes: Michael Mann writes about the ad hominem attacks on scientists, especially
climate scientists, that have become much more iterated over the last few decades. Mann should
know: his work as a postdoc on the famed "hockey stick" graph led  [...]
Doppler Radar Used By Police To Determine Home Occupancy - (Wednesday 31st of December 2014 01:15:00 PM)
Schwit1 sends an article by Orin Kerr about a court case where a judge has had to weigh Fourth
amelioration protections against law enforcement's ability to use a Doppler radar device to
tell whether people are present within a home. Kerr writes: If the  [...]
Norse Security IDs 6, Including Ex-Employee, As Sony Hack Perpetrators - (Monday 29th of December 2014 01:09:00 PM)
Chicksdaddy writes backup toe of who is answerable for the hack of Sony moving picture show
divertive have come fast and furious in recent weeks -- especially since the FBI pointed a
finger at the prescription of North Korea last week. But Norse llc.cite  [...]
Phoronix Lauds AMD's Open Source Radeon Driver Progress For 2014 - (Saturday 27th of December 2014 11:47:00 PM)
Phoronix has taken an in-depth look at string on AMD's open source Radeon driver, and declares
2014 to have been a good year. There are several pages with circumstantial benchmarks, but the
upshot is overwhelmingly positive: Across the board there's huge  [...]
Know Your Type: Five Mechanical Keyboards Compared - (Sunday 28th of December 2014 11:00:00 AM)
MojoKid writes As a power user, you notice certain things that the average person might not.
One of those is the discrepancy between typing on a sweet stereotyped keyboard with luxurious
key action, versus pounding away on a run-of-the-mill squishy plank  [...]
Scientists Say the Future Looks Bleak For Our Bones - (Wednesday 24th of December 2014 11:50:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes Nicholas St. Fluer reports at The south pacific ocean that as it should
be to researchers, our convenient, sedentary way of life is making our bones weak apprehend a
future with increasing fractures, breaks, and osteoporosis. For  [...]
Ask Slashdot: Is an Open Source .NET Up To the Job? - (Sunday 21st of December 2014 01:02:00 AM)
Rob Y. writes: The confer on Slashdot about Microsoft's move to open source .NET core has
centered on: 1. whether this means Microsoft is no longer the enemy of the open source flux 2.
if not, then does it mean Microsoft has so lost in  [...]
What Happens To Society When Robots Replace Workers? - (Saturday 20th of December 2014 06:45:00 PM)
Paul Fernhout writes: An article in the Harvard calling Review by William H. Davidow and
Michael S. Malone suggests: "The "Second Economy" (the term used by economist Brian Arthur to
narrate the portion of the economy where televisions transact trade  [...]
Sony Leaks Reveal Hollywood Is Trying To Break DNS - (Wednesday 17th of December 2014 04:03:00 PM)
Schwit1 sends this report from The Verge: Most anti-piracy tools take one of two paths: they
either target the server that's sharing the files (pulling videos off YouTube or taking down
sites like The Pirate Bay) or they make it harder to find (delisting  [...]
What Will Microsoft's "Embrace" of Open Source Actually Achieve? - (Wednesday 17th of December 2014 07:37:00 PM)
Nerval's Lobster writes Back in the day, Microsoft viewed open source and Linux as a threat and
did its best to retaliate with FUD and patent threats. And then a funny thing happened: Whether
in the name of pragmatism or simply marketing, Microsoft began  [...]

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