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I love new and old technology, am an audio purist.
I've got an iPhone 4, iPhone 5, motorola F3, several Koss Porta Pro headphones, home built PC, 7 year old laptop.
studying to be a network manager.
if my comments seem like trolling, it's because i've been a *channer for almost 6 years. my apology.
All things Apple0 posts
For what reason does Wii U never count?
No DRM, no need to be online 24/7, can play last gen games, doesn’t listen in on you, CAN TRADE GAMES.
lots of exclusives.
about 3 hours ago on Steam might let you borrow friends' games more easily than next-gen consoles 2 replies 3 recommends
Mr dotcom seems to not understand that, if you don’t pay for something which you hire, the owner will have it taken away from you.
that’s the real world, welcome.
about 3 hours ago on Kim Dotcom tweets outrage after LeaseWeb deletes all Megaupload data 4 replies 8 recommends
this guy is Richard Branson 2.0
about 14 hours ago on Bath salts and booty: watch a drug-fueled John McAfee uninstall his antivirus software 1 reply 11 recommends
It’s almost as if they want to divert attention from something else…
2 days ago on Microsoft offers Surface RT to schools for as little as $199 1 reply 11 recommends
i do not approve of anything being beamed to somewhere if we don’t know what’s there.
and a gif of someone penetrating the 4th wall has to be the stupidest thing you could sent.
How will it be encoded? If it’s an actual .gif file they probably can’t even read it.
>because it costs too much
>not because of any moral issues or anything
george orwell got it right, just off by 29 years.
5 days ago
This december in the Amsterdam ArenA. so excited.
let’s investigate on snowden but totally not on the big organisation internationally tapping everything they can.
“To protect the people” my ass.
6 days ago on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden used banned thumb drive to smuggle documents 4 replies 20 recommends
it’s funny how these art people totally miss the point and don’t understand this artform.
It makes me sick really.
16 days ago on Banksy's missing 'Slave Labor' mural sold for $1.1 million at private auction 1 reply 4 recommends
S/modified charger/mini computer/
Wow what a bullshit. What basically is happening here is that you have to give up data to the FEDs without knowing why, and without approval of any other bureau/agency.
Getting more and more happy i live in the Netherlands.
19 days ago on Google must obey FBI's warrantless requests for user data for now, judge rules 1 reply 1 recommend
20 days ago
I’ve been wanting to create a physical version of the Tubular Bells cover for so long. To get featured on the Verge would be very cool.
And this is how you turn whitehat hackers into grey or even blackhat hackers. Good job corporate world!
Idk, maybe for creating two file sharing websites that are some of the most used, and for standing up against a government that’s protecting money instead of people?
As humans have an average lifespan of 75 years, i think the answer to your question is indeed that he can and eventually will die.
28 days ago on Kim Dotcom accuses Google, Facebook, and Twitter of violating his two-step security patent 1 reply 16 recommends
28 days ago
Back in the days they made bootleg recordings of life performances. Scarcity makes it special.
i just want to play my games man. If i want something to listen to me 24/7 i’d get a cat.
29 days ago on The Xbox One will always be listening to you, in your own home (update) 2 replies 33 recommends
But my used xbox360 games won’t be playable.
(For the record, I don’t own any xbox360 games)
Problem: robot doesn’t understand how i feel when i have a problem, but will fix it more likely.
Human understands my feelings, but tells me to just reboot the router, and if that doesn’t work, you get to speak to half the company. Who also tell you to reboot the router.
29 days ago on New IBM project puts Watson to work in customer service 1 reply 1 recommend
30 days ago
i’ll have a musician re-compose it and play it live from our playroom.
An allegation (also called adduction) is a claim of a fact by a party in a pleading, which the party claims to be able to prove. Allegations remain assertions without proof, until they can be proved. -wikipedia
hasn’t it been proven that the people have been captured there without any form of trial? And isn’t that against the law?
Normally you have hordes of americans wanting to protect their freedom by quoting half the Constitution, but in these cases you never hear them speak up.
30 days ago on US shuts down Guantanamo Wi-Fi in response to Anonymous threats 4 replies 14 recommends
my 75KG, and 1,86m say “HA!” To your study.
still, i’m impressed that people take up such studies.
i still don’t believe in borders as things that should keep people out. having your own laws is fine, and if you cross that border you should abide them. But everyone should have equal rights to go wherever they please.
about 1 month ago on Why Laurene Powell Jobs broke her silence to support immigration reform 7 replies 2 recommends
Well it could have been worse. Facebook or google might have bought it.
that’s a lot of advertisements
Meanwhile, i have 7GB of data for €45.