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    I really like where these 3D, multi-monitor...

    I really like where these 3D, multi-monitor replacement systems are going. At some point, potentially very soon, physical constraints on computer-visual interaction will be a thing of the past. Right...
  2. As far as official DLCs go, nothing I know of,...

    As far as official DLCs go, nothing I know of, but there is this:
    http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=75522294&searchtext=
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    Any links? I love reading stuff like that - a...

    Any links? I love reading stuff like that - a guilty pleasure of mine.
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    Again though, what advantage is there to ReactOS...

    Again though, what advantage is there to ReactOS over WINE? Since ReactOS relies on WINE, it can't run anything that WINE can't run anyway, so really, why even bother?
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    This project always seemed pretty pointless to...

    This project always seemed pretty pointless to me. Anyone who wants to switch from Windows to another OS either does it because they want a better OS or they want to use a FOSS OS. And if you want a...
  6. No, if you read the article it clearly states...

    No, if you read the article it clearly states where the rumor originated from: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTQ3Nzc
    Note that the article is from before the steam controller...
  7. No, Civ V *never* looked liked it was coming out...

    No, Civ V *never* looked liked it was coming out for linux to anyone who was actually paying attention. Read the thread from that article, and look at the original source...
  8. Just as a friendly reminder:...

    Just as a friendly reminder:
    http://www.reddit.com/r/LinuxActionShow/comments/1a45pa/if_mir_fails_within_one_year_from_now_ill_wear/

    Not only was he wrong about it being used on *any* other...
  9. Unencrypted /boot doesn't create an attack vector...

    Unencrypted /boot doesn't create an attack vector in the form of Evil Maid. Evil Maid works whether the data is encrypted or not, unless you're using authenticated encryption, which pretty much no...
  10. Most likely AES. In the case of dm-crypt/LUKS, it...

    Most likely AES. In the case of dm-crypt/LUKS, it just uses the kernel's crypto API, so it depends on what was enabled with that. I'm not positive, but I think AES-NI would have to be enabled at...
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    Votes are in, N officially wins. ...

    Votes are in, N officially wins.

    https://lists.debian.org/debian-ctte/2014/02/msg00595.html
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    My local meshnet group is thinking of using these...

    My local meshnet group is thinking of using these for CJDNS routers.
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    Voting is done by email, and

    Voting is done by email, and
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    As you yourself even said, that comparison isn't...

    As you yourself even said, that comparison isn't valid, and if you're measuring in terms of pure bandwidth, USB 3.1 and Thunderbolt 1 are the same (10 GBps, though Gen 2 doubles this, at least...
  15. I get the impression that a lot of people don't...

    I get the impression that a lot of people don't understand what's going on here. This code doesn't literally go through and wipe a hard drive. Instead, it finds all LUKS keyslots and wipes those.
    ...
  16. Not a chance. They'd basically be giving away the...

    Not a chance. They'd basically be giving away the entire server market.
  17. I'd recommend just going ahead and changing it to...

    I'd recommend just going ahead and changing it to "3", which makes TLS 1.2 the max version. It's already planned for inclusion in FF27, and I've been using it for months now without issues outside of...
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    Yes, a probabilistic process and a random process...

    Yes, a probabilistic process and a random process are the same. If we define "randomness" as entropy, since entropy is really all that matters in this setting, it's just that uneven probabilities...
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    I certainly don't fully understand QM, but I was...

    I certainly don't fully understand QM, but I was under the impression that the effects are pretty much undeniably empirically random -- even if there is some "deterministic" explanation as to why,...
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    They find patterns that weren't earlier...

    They find patterns that weren't earlier identified in the entropy source. It's not like you can exactly predict what comes out, you can just more accurately identify the limited entropy in the pool...
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