‘Empowering’ – yeah, right!
I opened my Github account before they were even available to the public. I can’t even begin to fathom how bad this is going to get. Possible horrors include:
- Github 365
- Git 2019 Enterprise Edition
Perhaps it’s time to retire.
Gamers involved in December’s “swatting” death just got indicted
Swatting is domestic terrorism. Send them all to Guantanamo and lose the key.
Congress wants to extend the copyright on some sound recordings to 144 years
Or more accurately (by the url text) : Orrin Fucking Hatch.
No one lives to 144 years old, and certainly would have no copyright interest in anything they created (namely poop) for that long. No, this is obviously a continuation of the cancer that is Corporate Personhood.
Things in the Public Domain are not “orphaned” and up for adoption by yet another corporation looking to profit from possible copyright lawsuits. There’s so much wrong with that idea that I’m nauseous and may need to go lay down for a while.
All this corporate goatfuckery is going to destroy this country. That, and the social media turning everyone with an opinion into a terrorist, but that’s a topic for another rant.
Apple officially discontinues AirPort router line, no plans for future hardware
It’s almost like they don’t want to have customers. No mag safe power connector, no headphone jack, no SD card slots, no Ethernet ports, no HDMI ports, no replaceable battery, no external monitors, nothing actually “pro” level anymore, Cristiano Ronaldo level prices …
Please tell me Linux has caught up and I can run Photoshop and Battlefield One on the same non-Winblows platform now … please?
Comcast won’t give new speed boost to Internet users who don’t buy TV service
One excellent example of why Net Neutrality was a big deal (R.I.P.) and without it consumers just have to bend over and take it. This can only speed their demise, which sucks for me as there is no other comparable service in my area.
Google has a new offering: Introducting .app and I’m not impressed.
“A key benefit of the .app domain is that security is built in …”
I can’t tell if they’re being disingenuous or naive here, but to offer a “secure” domain name without encrypted DNS and WHOIS privacy seems like an idea that missed the mark. A “secure” domain name system must involve security at the domain name level. What they choose to enforce at the browser level is almost completely irrelevant.
That said, the HSTS aspect is a nice touch, assuming you’re going to use the domain for something based on HTTP.