Archive for April, 2010
If the reports are to be believed, someone has stolen 1.5 million Facebook accounts and is selling them to the highest bidder. This news article lets you know all of the terrible things they can do with your login. They also try to help you minimize the damage.
I just wanted to have a good laugh.
I just want to be clear on this. I think slightly less of you after I find out that you have a Facebook account. I just can’t fathom what caused you to overlook every flag that was raised while storing your personal information with a site that was created by a juvenile with anger management issues and a God complex. I can understand you missing some of them, but all? I find it unfathomable.
I honestly don’t know why I try, nonetheless for the few of you that aren’t the lobotomized retards giving away all of their personal information by both handfuls, but instead someone that just had a moment of complete stupidity and created an account while in a fugue:
I’m no longer using linux for my day to day stuff, so I don’t have any tentativeness concerning upgrading whatever linux install is on the computer partition that I’m not using. In the case of my laptop, it’s Ubuntu. I had read that they had released the beta of 10 and since I could care less if the install was unusable after the upgrade, I upgraded from 9.
I have used it for a couple hours and no matter how much I explored, I can only find one change between the old and new. This change, however, will alter the landscape of linux computing. Years from now, after every distribution, in all OS camps have followed in Ubuntu’s steps, the four of you that read this will remember my heralding of a new era.
So what’s the change? What incredible insight did Mark Shuttleworth have that is sure to forever change the way we compute? (continue reading…)