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(helpnetsecurity.com) https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2017/04/21/programming-tutorials-vulnerabilities/
the use of code from popular but insufficiently reviewed tutorials https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2017/04/21/programming-tutorials-vulnerabilities/
sqli https://www.owasp.org/index.php?title=reviewing_code_for_sql_injection&oldid=88988
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a substantial, if not causal, link https://arxiv.org/pdf/1704.02786.pdf
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started rising again https://science.slashdot.org/story/16/12/13/0038245/rapid-rise-in-methane-emissions-in-10-years-surprises-scientists
methane emissions might not have increased dramatically in 2007 http://www.caltech.edu/news/detergent-molecules-may-be-driving-fluctuations-atmospheric-methane-concentrations-54742
correlated strongly with fluctuations in methane http://authors.library.caltech.edu/76636/
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used eye-tracking and pupil dilation technology to see what happens https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/04/170417154847.htm
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we're going to find out that this was done by a contractor http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2017/04/21/manhunt-underway-for-cia-traitor-for-leaking-secret-documents/
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it's 2017 now, and java is showing its age http://www.stanforddaily.com/2017/02/28/cs-department-updates-introductory-courses/
were the two most commonly-taught languages at america's top universities https://cacm.acm.org/blogs/blog-cacm/176450-python-is-now-the-most-popular-introductory-teaching-language-at-top-u-s-universities/fulltext
a spreadsheet compiling the results https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tqsv1ykvotsfkelc21jsx1-f2lrnv94z3olwcv6i2om/edit#gid=1852095133
it's going out as the reigning champ https://computinged.wordpress.com/2017/04/21/cs-department-updates-introductory-courses-java-is-gone/
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the internet archive has joined the dark side of the internet https://lauren.vortex.com/2017/04/22/a-terrible-decision-by-the-internet-archive-may-lead-to-widespread-blocking
nothing published on the web is ever meaningfully private https://boingboing.net/2017/04/22/internet-archive-to-ignore-rob.html
(liliputing.com) https://liliputing.com/2017/04/linux-pc-builder-system76-plans-design-manufacture-hardware.html
able to buy a system76 computer that was designed and built in-house https://liliputing.com/2017/04/linux-pc-builder-system76-plans-design-manufacture-hardware.html
in-house designed and manufactured desktops will ship next year http://blog.system76.com/post/159767214983/entering-phase-three
(techradar.com) http://www.techradar.com/news/microsoft-is-pushing-office-2016-users-towards-office-365
no longer get access to the business flavours of onedrive and skype http://www.techradar.com/news/microsoft-is-pushing-office-2016-users-towards-office-365
pony up for office 365, as microsoft really wants you to do http://www.pcworld.com/article/3191298/windows/microsoft-will-cut-services-to-standalone-office-users-so-theyll-subscribe-to-office-365.html
we are updating our system requirements https://blogs.office.com/2017/04/20/office-365-proplus-updates/
gives you time to review your long-term desktop strategy https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/office-365-blog/office-365-system-requirements-changes-for-office-client/ba-p/62327
an option to get monthly desktop updates https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/office-365-blog/office-365-system-requirements-changes-for-office-client/bc-p/63658/highlight/true#m45
(technologyreview.com) https://www.technologyreview.com/s/604081/the-growing-case-for-geoengineering/
fleets of large drones would crisscross the upper latitudes of the globe https://www.technologyreview.com/s/604081/the-growing-case-for-geoengineering/
allow more radiation into space, cooling the earth http://people.earth.yale.edu/sites/default/files/files/boos/storelvmoboosherger2014.pdf
spraying materials into the stratosphere could help reflect more heat https://www.technologyreview.com/s/511016/a-cheap-and-easy-plan-to-stop-global-warming/
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why is it so hard for a startup to get attention https://insights.hpe.com/content/hpe-nxt/en/articles/2017/04/steve-case-explains-why-innovation-can-happen-anywhere.html
discussed https://www.recode.net/2016/4/18/11586198/steve-case-the-third-wave-startups-aol
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(networkworld.com) http://www.networkworld.com/article/3189882/collaboration/how-to-keep-your-verizon-email-account-from-being-killed-off.html
to close down our email business https://www.verizon.com/support/residential/email/migrations.htm
are being notified "on a rolling basis http://www.networkworld.com/article/3189882/collaboration/how-to-keep-your-verizon-email-account-from-being-killed-off.html
revived using aol mail https://help.aol.com/products/aol-mail-verizon
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on github https://github.com/anbox/anbox
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calculated whether those results differed by programming language https://stackoverflow.blog/2017/04/19/programming-languages-used-late-night/
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slashdot stories firehose all popular polls ask events --> deals submit search slashdot login or sign up topics: devices build entertainment technology open source science yro more... --> follow us: rss facebook google+ twitter newsletter want to read slashdot from your mobile device? point it at m.slashdot.org and keep reading! nickname: password: public terminal forgot your password? close binspamdupenotthebestofftopicslownewsdaystalestupid freshfunnyinsightfulinterestingmaybe offtopicflamebaittrollredundantoverrated insightfulinterestinginformativefunnyunderrated descriptive typodupeerror !--> 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! × 90633195 story flawed online tutorials led to vulnerabilities in software (helpnetsecurity.com) 5--> 5 posted by editordavid on sunday april 23, 2017 @01:34pm from the bad-examples dept. an anonymous reader quotes help net security: researchers from several german universities have checked the php codebases of over 64,000 projects on github, and found 117 vulnerabilities that they believe have been introduced through the use of code from popular but insufficiently reviewed tutorials. the researchers identified popular tutorials by inputting search terms such as "mysql tutorial", "php search form", "javascript echo user input", etc. into google search. the first five results for each query were then manually reviewed and evaluated for sqli and xss vulnerabilities by following the open web application security project's guidelines. this resulted in the discovery of 9 tutorials containing vulnerable code (6 with sqli, 3 with xss). the researchers then checked for the code in github repositories, and concluded that "there is a substantial, if not causal, link between insecure tutorials and web application vulnerabilities." their paper is titled "leveraging flawed tutorials for seeding large-scale web vulnerability discovery." programming github stats 90632897 story 'detergent' hydroxl molecules may affect methane levels in the atmosphere (caltech.edu) 23--> 23 posted by editordavid on sunday april 23, 2017 @12:29pm from the greenhouse-gas-guzzlers dept. an anonymous reader quotes caltech's announcement about the results of a study funded by nasa and the department of energy: during the early 2000s, environmental scientists studying methane emissions noticed something unexpected: the global concentrations of atmospheric methane -- which had increased for decades, driven by methane emissions from fossil fuels and agriculture -- inexplicably leveled off. the methane levels remained stable for a few years, then started rising again in 2007... new modeling by researchers at caltech and harvard university suggests that methane emissions might not have increased dramatically in 2007 after all. instead, the most likely explanation has less to do with methane emissions and more to do with changes in the availability of the hydroxyl radical, which breaks down methane in the atmosphere... if global levels of hydroxyl decrease, global methane concentrations will increase -- even if methane emissions remain constant, the researchers say... tracking decadal trends in both methane and hydroxyl, christian frankenberg and his colleagues noted that fluctuations in hydroxyl concentrations correlated strongly with fluctuations in methane... "think of the atmosphere like a kitchen sink with the faucet running," frankenberg explains. "when the water level inside the sink rises, that can mean that you've opened up the faucet more. or it can mean that the drain is blocking up. you have to look at both." so what's changing the level of hydroxl in the atmosphere? the researchers say they have no idea. nasa power science 90616045 story pioneering researchers track sudden learning 'epiphanies' (sciencedaily.com) 21--> 21 posted by editordavid on sunday april 23, 2017 @11:24am from the a-ha-moments dept. wisebabo quotes science daily: until now, researchers had not had a good way to study how people actually experienced what is called "epiphany learning." in new research, scientists at the ohio state university used eye-tracking and pupil dilation technology to see what happens as people figured out how to win a strategy game on a computer. "we could see our study participants figuring out the solution through their eye movements as they considered their options," said ian krajbich, co-author of the study and assistant professor of psychology and economics at ohio state. "we could predict they were about to have an epiphany before they even knew it was coming." the original submission suggests, "this might be useful to determine when you are trying to teach a difficult subject to someone who you're afraid might be inclined to just nod their head. or maybe this is how the voight-kampff test works. (are you a replicant?)" science education 90615875 story cia, fbi launch manhunt for wikileaks source (cbsnews.com) 104--> 104 posted by editordavid on sunday april 23, 2017 @10:19am from the looking-for-leakers dept. an anonymous reader quotes cbs: cbs news has learned that a manhunt is underway for a traitor inside the central intelligence agency. the cia and fbi are conducting a joint investigation into one of the worst security breaches in cia history, which exposed thousands of top-secret documents that described cia tools used to penetrate smartphones, smart televisions and computer systems. sources familiar with the investigation say it is looking for an insider -- either a cia employee or contractor -- who had physical access to the material... much of the material was classified and stored in a highly secure section of the intelligence agency, but sources say hundreds of people would have had access to the material. investigators are going through those names. homeland security expert michael greenberger told one cbs station that "my best guest is that when this is all said and done we're going to find out that this was done by a contractor, not by an employee of the cia." crime privacy usa 90633859 story slashdot asks: what was your first programming language? (stanforddaily.com) 359--> 359 posted by editordavid on sunday april 23, 2017 @07:14am from the teaching-technologies dept. this question was inspired by news that stanford's computer science professor eric roberts will try javascript instead of java in a new version of the college's introductory computer programming course. the stanford daily reports: when roberts came to stanford in 1990, cs106a was still taught in pascal, a programming language he described as not "clean." the department adopted the c language in 1992. when java came out in 1995, the computer science faculty was excited to transition to the new language. roberts wrote the textbooks, worked with other faculty members to restructure the course and assignments and introduced java at stanford in 2002... "java had stabilized," roberts said. "it was clear that many universities were going in that direction. it's 2017 now, and java is showing its age." according to roberts, java was intended early on as "the language of the internet". but now, more than a decade after the transition to java, javascript has taken its place as a web language. in 2014 python and java were the two most commonly-taught languages at america's top universities, according to an analysis published by the communications of the acm. and java still remains the most-commonly taught language in a university setting, according to a poll by the special interest group on computer science education. in a spreadsheet compiling the results, "python appears 60 times, c++ 54 times, java 84 times, and javascript 28 times," writes a computing professor at the georgia institute of technology, adding "if java is dying (or "showing its age"...) it's going out as the reigning champ." i'm guessing slashdot's readers have their own opinions about this, so share your educational experiences in the comments. what was your first programming language? java education javascript 90631703 story should archive.org ignore robots.txt directives and cache everything? (archive.org) 130--> 130 posted by editordavid on sunday april 23, 2017 @04:09am from the universal-access-to-all-knowledge dept. archive.org argues robots.txt files are geared toward search engines, and now plans instead to represent the web "as it really was, and is, from a user's perspective." we have also seen an upsurge of the use of robots.txt files to remove entire domains from search engines when they transition from a live web site into a parked domain, which has historically also removed the entire domain from view in the wayback machine... we receive inquiries and complaints on these "disappeared" sites almost daily." in response, slashdot reader lauren weinstein writes: we can stipulate at the outset that the venerable internet archive and its associated systems like wayback machine have done a lot of good for many years -- for example by providing chronological archives of websites who have chosen to participate in their efforts. but now, it appears that the internet archive has joined the dark side of the internet, by announcing that they will no longer honor the access control requests of any websites. he's wondering what will happen when "a flood of other players decide that they must emulate the internet archive's dismal reasoning to remain competitive," adding that if sys-admins start blocking spiders with web server configuration directives, other unrelated sites could become "collateral damage." but boingboing is calling it "an excellent decision... a splendid reminder that nothing published on the web is ever meaningfully private, and will always go on your permanent record." so what do slashdot's readers think? should archive.org ignore robots.txt directives and cache everything? internet 90633087 story linux pc maker system76 plans to design and manufacture its own hardware (liliputing.com) 72--> 72 posted by editordavid on sunday april 23, 2017 @12:07am from the open-source-specs dept. an anonymous reader quotes liliputing: system76 is one of only a handful of pc vendors that exclusively sells computers with linux-based software. up until now, that's meant the company has chosen hardware that it could guarantee would work well with custom firmware and the ubuntu linux operating system... starting in 2018 though, you may be able to buy a system76 computer that was designed and built in-house... cad files for system76 computers will be open source, allowing anyone with the appropriate skills and equipment to build or modify their own cases based on the company's designs. "we're prototyping with acrylic and moving to metal soon," the company says in a blog post, adding "our first in-house designed and manufactured desktops will ship next year. laptops are more complex and will follow much later." linux business hardware 90632385 story microsoft will block desktop 'office' apps from 'office 365' services in 2020 (techradar.com) 157--> 157 posted by editordavid on saturday april 22, 2017 @10:05pm from the being-what's-next dept. an anonymous reader writes: microsoft is still encouraging businesses to rent their office software, according to techradar. "in a bid to further persuade users of the standalone versions of office to shift over to a cloud subscription (office 365), microsoft has announced that those who made a one-off purchase of an office product will no longer get access to the business flavours of onedrive and skype come the end of the decade." pc world explains that in reality this affects very few users. "if you've been saving all of your excel spreadsheets into your onedrive for business cloud, you'll need to download and move them over to a personal subscription -- or pony up for office 365, as microsoft really wants you to do." microsoft is claiming that when customers connect to office 365 services using a legacy version of office, "they're not enjoying all that the service has to offer. the it security and reliability benefits and end user experiences in the apps is limited to the features shipped at a point in time. to ensure that customers are getting the most out of their office 365 subscription, we are updating our system requirements." and in another blog post, they're almost daring people to switch to linux. "providing over three years advance notice for this change to office 365 system requirements for client connectivity gives you time to review your long-term desktop strategy, budget and plan for any change to your environment." in a follow-up comment, microsoft's alistair speirs explained that "there is still an option to get monthly desktop updates, but we are changing the 3x a year update channel to be 2x a year to align closer to windows 10 update model. we are trying to strike the right balance between agile, ship-when-ready updates and enterprise needs of predictability, reliability and advanced notice to validate and prepare." microsoft business cloud 90616535 story can geoengineering drones fight global warming? (technologyreview.com) 200--> 200 posted by editordavid on saturday april 22, 2017 @07:54pm from the fixing-the-clouds dept. mit technology review reports: david mitchell, a lanky, soft-spoken atmospheric physicist, believes frigid clouds in the upper troposphere may offer one of our best fallback plans for combating climate change... fleets of large drones would crisscross the upper latitudes of the globe during winter months, sprinkling the skies with tons of extremely fine dust-like materials every year. if mitchell is right, this would produce larger ice crystals than normal, creating thinner cirrus clouds that dissipate faster. "that would allow more radiation into space, cooling the earth," mitchell says... increasingly grim climate projections have convinced a growing number of scientists it's time to start conducting experiments to find out what might work. in addition, an impressive list of institutions including harvard university, the carnegie council, and the university of california, los angeles, have recently established research initiatives... by this time next year, harvard professors david keith and frank keutsch hope to launch a high-altitude balloon from a site in tucson, arizona. this will mark the beginning of a research project to explore the feasibility and risks of an approach known as solar radiation management. the basic idea is that spraying materials into the stratosphere could help reflect more heat back into space, mimicking a natural cooling phenomenon that occurs after volcanoes blast tens of millions of tons of sulfur dioxide into the sky. "i don't really know what the answer is," says a former associate director at lawrence livermore national laboratory. "but i do believe we need to keep saying what the truth is, and the truth is, we might need it." science climatechange globalwarming 90630283 story steve case on how to get funded outside tech corridors (hpe.com) 33--> 33 posted by editordavid on saturday april 22, 2017 @06:49pm from the you've-got-first-round-seed-capital dept. long-time reader esther schindler writes: innovation occurs outside the bay area, new york, boston, and austin. so why is it so hard for a startup to get attention and acquire venture capital? steve case and kara swisher discussed this never-ending-topic recently, such as the fact 78% of u.s. venture capital last year went to just three states: california, new york, and massachusetts. case sees a "third wave" of venture capital funding and through his vc firm is investing in startups based outside major tech centers. but, points out stealthmode's francine hardaway, if you're in boise or baltimore you don't have to wait for case to come to town. she shares advice about what's worked in other startup communities, focusing on the #yesphx efforts. conventional wisdom says you should be in a major tech center to get funding, but the article offers an encouraging counterargument. "never rely on conventional wisdom if you're an innovator. money follows real innovation." business gibmoniesplox 90629991 story verizon.net 'gets out of the email business' (networkworld.com) 63--> 63 posted by editordavid on saturday april 22, 2017 @05:44pm from the choice-is-ours dept. "we have decided to close down our email business," verizon has announced -- in a move which affects 4.5 million accounts. slashdot reader tomservo84 writes: strangely enough, i didn't find out about this from verizon, itself, but siriusxm, who sent me an email saying that since i have a verizon.net email address on file, i'd have to update it because they were getting rid of their email service. i thought it was a bad phishing attempt at first... network world reports that customers are being notified "on a rolling basis... once customers are notified, they are presented with a personal take-action date that is 30 days from the original notification." but even after that date, verizon.net email addresses can be revived using aol mail. "over the years we've realized that there are more capable email platforms out there," verizon concedes. "migration is going well," a verizon spokesperson told network world. "i don't have any stats to share, but customers seem to appreciate that they have several choices, including an option that keeps their verizon.net email address intact." aol business email 90629393 story anbox can run android apps natively on linux (in a container) (anbox.io) 54--> 54 posted by editordavid on saturday april 22, 2017 @04:39pm from the android-in-a-box dept. slashdot user #1083, downwa, writes: canonical engineer simon fels has publicly released an alpha version of anbox. similar to the method employed for android apps on chromeos, anbox runs an entire android system (7.1.1 at present) in an lxc container. developed over the last year and a half, the software promises to seamlessly bring performant android apps to the linux desktop. after installing anbox (based on android 7.1.1) and starting anbox application manager, ten apps are available: calculator, calendar, clock, contacts, email, files, gallery, music, settings, and webview. apps run in separate resizeable windows. additional apps (arm-native binaries are excluded) can be installed via adb. installation currently is only supported on a few linux distributions able to install snaps. contributions are welcome on github. in a blog post simon describes it as "a side project" that he's worked on for over a year and a half. "there were quite a few problems to solve on the way to a really working implementation but it is now in a state that it makes sense to share it with a wider audience." android opensource anbox 90628965 story waymo is using grand theft auto v to help teach its self-driving cars (bloomberg.com) 49--> 49 posted by editordavid on saturday april 22, 2017 @03:34pm from the obey-and-survive dept. an anonymous reader quotes bloomberg: in the race to the autonomous revolution, developers have realized there aren't enough hours in a day to clock the real-world miles needed to teach cars how to drive themselves. which is why grand theft auto v is in the mix... last year, scientists from darmstadt university of technology in germany and intel labs developed a way to pull visual information from grand theft auto v. now some researchers are deriving algorithms from gtav software that's been tweaked for use in the burgeoning self-driving sector. the latest in the franchise from publisher rockstar games inc. is just about as good as reality, with 262 types of vehicles, more than 1,000 different unpredictable pedestrians and animals, 14 weather conditions and countless bridges, traffic signals, tunnels and intersections... the idea isn't that the highways and byways of the fictional city of los santos would ever be a substitute for bona fide asphalt. but the game "is the richest virtual environment that we could extract data from," said alain kornhauser, a princeton university professor of operations research and financial engineering who advises the princeton autonomous vehicle engineering team. waymo uses its simulators to create a confounding motoring situation for every variation engineers can think of: having three cars changing lanes at the same time at an assortment of speeds and directions, for instance. what's learned virtually is applied physically, and problems encountered on the road are studied in simulation. games google gta 90628279 story systemd-free devuan announces its first stable release candidate 'jessie' 1.0.0 (devuan.org) 278--> 278 posted by editordavid on saturday april 22, 2017 @02:34pm from the init-freedom dept. long-time reader jaromil writes: devuan 1.0.0-rc is announced, following its beta 2 release last year. the debian fork that spawned over systemd controversy is reaching stability and plans long-term support. devuan deploys an innovative continuous integration setup: with fallback on debian packages, it overlays its own modifications and then uses the merged source repository to ship images for 11 arm targets, a desktop and minimal live, vagrant and qemu virtual machines and the classic installer isos. the release announcement contains several links to projects that have already adopted this distribution as a base os. "dear init freedom lovers," begins the announcement, "once again the veteran unix admins salute you!" it points out that devuan "can be adopted as a flawless upgrade path from both debian wheezy and jessie. this is a main goal for the devuan jessie stable release and has proven to be a very stable operation every time it has been performed. " debian linux opensource 90618687 story stack overflow reveals which programming languages are most used at night (stackoverflow.blog) 92--> 92 posted by editordavid on saturday april 22, 2017 @01:34pm from the coding-with-coffee dept. stack overflow data scientist david robinson recently calculated when people visit the popular programming question-and-answer site, but then also calculated whether those results differed by programming language. quoting his results: "c# programmers start and stop their day earlier, and tend to use the language less in the evenings. this might be because c# is often used at finance and enterprise software companies, which often start earlier and have rigid schedules.""c programmers start the day a bit later, keep using the language in the evening, and stay up the longest. this suggests c may be particularly popular among hobbyist programmers who code during their free time (or perhaps among summer school students doing homework).""python and javascript are somewhere in between: python and javascript developers start and end the day a little later than c# users, and are a little less likely than c programmers to work in the evening." the site also released an interactive app which lets users see how the results for other languages compared to c#, javascript, python, and c, though of those four, "c# would count as the 'most nine-to-five,' and c as the least." and they've also calculated the technologies used most between 9 to 5 (which "include many microsoft technologies, such as sql server, excel, vba, and internet explorer, as well as technologies like svn and oracle that are frequently used at enterprise software companies.") meanwhile, the technologies most often used outside the 9-5 workday "include web frameworks like firebase, meteor, and express, as well as graphics libraries like opengl and unity. the functional language haskell is the tag most visited outside of the workday; only half of its visits happen between 9 and 5." python javascript programming « newer older » slashdot top deals slashdot top deals slashdot deals slashdot poll which voice assistant do you think is the best? google assistant siri cortana alexa other (specify in comments) they're all equally bad they're all equally good vote now read the 117 comments | 8187 votes looks like someone has already voted from this ip. if you would like to vote please login and try again. which voice assistant do you think is the best? 0 percentage of others that also voted for: view results or view more read the 117 comments | 8187 voted most discussed 355 comments ask slashdot: how do you explain 'don't improve my software syndrome' or dimss? 349 comments slashdot asks: what was your first programming language? 276 comments systemd-free devuan announces its first stable release candidate 'jessie' 1.0.0 216 comments can parents sue if their kid is born with the 'wrong' dna? 204 comments cycling to work can cut cancer and heart disease hot comments re:no brainer (5 points, insightful) by blackest_k on sunday april 23, 2017 @07:11am attached to should archive.org ignore robots.txt directives and cache everything? the administration has won (5 points, insightful) by anonymous coward on sunday april 23, 2017 @10:35am attached to cia, fbi launch manhunt for wikileaks source re:yeah (5 points, informative) by zocalo on sunday april 23, 2017 @05:45am attached to should archive.org ignore robots.txt directives and cache everything? what a weird add (5 points, funny) by locater16 on sunday april 23, 2017 @12:26am attached to linux pc maker system76 plans to design and manufacture its own hardware no brainer (5 points, insightful) by fnj on sunday april 23, 2017 @04:14am attached to should archive.org ignore robots.txt directives and cache everything? this day on slashdot 2012 in nothing we trust 910 comments 2010 hdtv has ruined the lcd market 952 comments 2003 how would you move mount fuji? 1247 comments 2002 apple deals with devil, communists 965 comments 1999 why kids kill 1087 comments sourceforge top downloads vlc media player822m downloads emule683m downloads azureus/vuze539m downloads ares galaxy338m downloads microsoft core fonts300m downloads powered by sf slashdot today saturday friday thursday wednesday tuesday monday sunday submit story this is an unauthorized cybernetic announcement. faq story archive hall of fame advertising terms privacy opt out choices about feedback mobile view blog trademarks property of their respective owners. comments owned by the poster. copyright © 2017 slashdotmedia. all rights reserved. close close slashdot working...


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