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  1. Unfortunately for AMD most people aren't building...

    Unfortunately for AMD most people aren't building rigs to run crypto tests.
  2. LG tried it with the G3 and it seems that we...

    LG tried it with the G3 and it seems that we don't need or even want that resolution. You gain nothing and lose a lot.
  3. They should have gone with JavaScript.

    They should have gone with JavaScript.
  4. JavaScript does not have classes. It has (or is...

    JavaScript does not have classes. It has (or is getting) syntax sugar to make you think it has classes, but it doesn't. Some of the changes coming in ES6 are just silly. JavaScript doesn't need...
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    Debian's idea of "stable" is more than simply "it...

    Debian's idea of "stable" is more than simply "it won't break". The feature set is also stable; you're never going to update your packages and find that the distro or its installed software behaves...
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    Most users have no sense of security anyway, and...

    Most users have no sense of security anyway, and rubbish like secret questions and answers does far more to cause a false sense of security than SHA-1. A theoretically vulnerable algorithm that thus...
  7. You must not read much news. This is a pretty...

    You must not read much news. This is a pretty standard way of reducing characters in article titles. It reads badly but it's not unusual by any means. I used to write news articles and the editors...
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    Microsoft needs to hire a new proof reader. ...

    Microsoft needs to hire a new proof reader.



    They've also left markup in there showing previous edits.

    I prefer the MS Office interface but mostly out of familiarity. I still think the...
  9. Most of them just look like improvements to...

    Most of them just look like improvements to filesystem path handling.
  10. I think Valve employees have talked about this as...

    I think Valve employees have talked about this as an act of goodwill, but the Steam Subscriber Agreement (the document that actually matters, not an employee's hearsay) does not say anything of the...
  11. It's debatable whether it's a word. It is in some...

    It's debatable whether it's a word. It is in some dictionaries but with a note that it's not considered standard. It doesn't really matter anyway. No word was a word until someone wanted it to be....
  12. I wish they'd use Qt. Then Firefox would finally...

    I wish they'd use Qt. Then Firefox would finally honour mouse wheel scroll rate settings specified in KDE, instead of using the broken GTK+ black magic that requires messing with the bowels of...
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    Microsoft must have thought it crazy to support...

    Microsoft must have thought it crazy to support OOXML as well. After all, it took them until Office 2013 before even they could create documents conforming to the ISO/IEC 29500 Strict standard.
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    The Skype for Linux version number has finally...

    The Skype for Linux version number has finally passed the one for the build I run on Windows.
  15. Quality has nothing to do with it. What matters...

    Quality has nothing to do with it. What matters is if it's an imitation; a fake. Maybe you should go look up the definition of "counterfeit".
  16. Counterfeit goods are imitations. An exact copy...

    Counterfeit goods are imitations. An exact copy that is bit for bit identical is not an imitation and so cannot be counterfeit. The correct term is copyright infringement. All other terms are...
  17. The Windows client is advancing? I waste up to...

    The Windows client is advancing? I waste up to half of the allocated time for my regular meetings dealing with issues with that client. Random changes to the selected microphone and speaker in the...
  18. It should theoretically run better if you turn...

    It should theoretically run better if you turn off desktop effects, although I don't know by how much.
  19. Agreed. They should have stopped after they got...

    Agreed. They should have stopped after they got it printing "hello world".
  20. Then you'll have people complaining that Firefox...

    Then you'll have people complaining that Firefox looks old because they didn't realise that they could alter the appearance. You can't please everybody.
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