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    Not sure if I would call a web forum modern lol

    Not sure if I would call a web forum modern lol
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    A middle of the road option would be to go with...

    A middle of the road option would be to go with the Nook since its known to be rootable, giving you full access to the Android OS its built upon so you can install apps. Its not quite as streamlined...
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    Instead of getting locked into one platform via a...

    Instead of getting locked into one platform via a Kindle I would highly suggest looking to an Android based tablet because then you can get access to the Kindle store, Nook (Barnes and Noble) as well...
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    Might not be what you are looking for but this...

    Might not be what you are looking for but this certainly will make it so that data is not recovered: http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/land/m14-th3.htm
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    Its a shame but its true; there are still too...

    Its a shame but its true; there are still too many areas that Linux lags behind in that prevent it from being a true contender for desktop use. The one that comes to mind is Gaming, I had World of...
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    The IT field as a whole suffers from a lack of...

    The IT field as a whole suffers from a lack of females, chances of this changing anytime soon are about as likely as an outbreak of female automotive technicians unfortunately. Honestly I don't see...
  7. Thread: IRC?

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    Did someone say IRC?

    Did someone say IRC?
  8. Only problem is that Chrome lags behind all...

    Only problem is that Chrome lags behind all others in the normal features that people have come to expect from a browser. Really a shame because chrome is quite nice, just kind of lacking in the...
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    Wasted energy is wasted energy, bandwagon or not.

    Wasted energy is wasted energy, bandwagon or not.
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    Way to waste energy hating something; if it...

    Way to waste energy hating something; if it doesn't directly impact your life you really shouldn't care.
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    As far as I've heard the authenticator device is...

    As far as I've heard the authenticator device is in fact pretty craptastical as this story points out; if its that simple to have the device disassociated with an account then it might as well be...
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    Not much of a suprise; could be smoke or legit,...

    Not much of a suprise; could be smoke or legit, when keeping such a tight lid on matters its kind of hard to discern which it is. I would like to think that vendors will fix this issue before it...
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    Does this really surprise anybody? And even if...

    Does this really surprise anybody? And even if Google didn't keep this data every single URL you visit will be logged in at least a few places, specifically every upstream ISP your requests pass...
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    Well it seems Martin McKeay of the Network...

    Well it seems Martin McKeay of the Network Security Podcast/Blog got ahold of HT and made him a brief star of one of his minicasts, anybody who is interested should check it out (i haven't yet, still...
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    The underlined part is likely why they were...

    The underlined part is likely why they were arrested in an effort to stop the spreading of nonsense hippy ideals which are poisoning the country.
  16. Thread: Nosey Admins

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    My take is that if it goes across company owned...

    My take is that if it goes across company owned lines or takes place on company owned hardware there is NO expectation of privacy because the admins are tasked with the safeguarding of that network...
  17. It only gets better, I suggest anybody running a...

    It only gets better, I suggest anybody running a DNS server who hasn't patched yet do it right now. Seems that a winner somehow released details of the vulnerability and promptly removed the entry...
  18. Thread: To bear arms

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    Kind of impressive that the Supreme Court gets...

    Kind of impressive that the Supreme Court gets something right for a change but I guess if you keep trying long enough you make one in the right hole.
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    This is kind of a hard thing to meter because if...

    This is kind of a hard thing to meter because if you go by 'users' online which does not separate registered users from those just stopping in to read then the site is doing fairly well. I suspect...
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    Another good one (although not a GUI) that I have...

    Another good one (although not a GUI) that I have found invaluable to me is Firehol, which takes alot of the cryptic flags out of firewall work. It might not be as visually easy to use since you...
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    Sure it would be in their best interests to keep...

    Sure it would be in their best interests to keep ITG on board since they will more than likely ask the same duties of him as the new person is getting situated while paying him a lot less (going from...
  22. Thread: New VT scam

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    Sick to profit from it, definitely. But if so...

    Sick to profit from it, definitely. But if so many across the world are compelled to 'rubberneck' (local term) along the highway near a crash then is that in and of itself so sick or is it just a...
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    If I had the paperwork that came with my newest...

    If I had the paperwork that came with my newest rifle on hand I could photocopy for you the pages where all of the above and more are covered. The guide goes over basic safety concepts, safe...
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    Older Celerons sucked pretty bad, but the newer...

    Older Celerons sucked pretty bad, but the newer ones seem pretty decent and have served me quite well in my new Toshiba Satellite, so don't let your friend scare you away, and as for Acer my roommate...
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    Actually in the case of Columbine if I recall...

    Actually in the case of Columbine if I recall details correctly Eric Harris (who was arguably the force behind it, Klebold was just a follower) was on an antidepressant medication but quit prior to...
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