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'Heartbleed' Bug Coder: 'It was a simple programming error'
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Microsoft didn't investigate this code because they don't use OpenSSL. The question should be why didn't open source enthusiasts like Google look into it.
fbi investigating herbalife, sources say
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Nice of the FBI to help William Ackman make some money by shorting Herbalife stock: http://tinyurl.com/Ackmans-FBI
'Weev' Wins Appeal in Celebrity iPad Hacking Case
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Since the man didn't profit or even attempt to profit from his actions and didn't actually expose private data to anyone but a single reporter, the punishment doesn't really fit the crime. If only the consumer was protected with such broad and severe laws that corporations enjoy.
Donations Pour in for Phoenix Mom facing Charges
Tue Apr 8, 2014
In reply to: j-411495 #6.5 Yes, rescheduling is an option and so is hiring somebody else because they were available sooner. Businesses don't hire people for charity, they hire them to keep the business alive.
Lena Dunham brushes off Vogue cover controversy: 'What's the problem?'
Mon Jan 20, 2014
"Comfortable with your body is the new excuse fat people are using to stay fat." One needs an excuse only if one has made a mistake or done something wrong. The fact that you believe an excuse is needed for being fat speaks volumes about you.
Want to get hired? Don't hug your interviewer
Fri Jan 17, 2014
There may have been a time years ago when an employer had a legitmate fear that a more experienced candidate who accepted a lower wage might quit at the first opportunity, but it's no longer the case. Real wages have been stagnent for many years and for older workers, average compensation has …
Boehner backs short-term measure to avoid government shutdown
Thu Aug 1, 2013
SickOfTheBickering No matter what you think Jackson and Sharpton, they're not exactly major political figures - more of a side show these days. But there are plenty of Republican haters who actually hold office and their views have significant consequences.
Lead investigator: Zimmerman may have exaggerated his injuries
Tue Jul 2, 2013
I find Zimmerman's whole story bizarre. Where was the gun while all this head-banging was supposedly going on? If Martin was the aggressor, why wasn't he slamming Zimmerman's gun hand against the sidewalk instead of his head? On the other hand, if they were fighting over the gun was Martin slamming …
Obesity is a disease, doctors' group says
Tue Jun 18, 2013
It's amazing how desperate some people are to keep hold of their sense of superiority. If you have a healthy weight congratulations. But no, it doesn't mean you have more will power or more virtue than others.
Undocumented military cadets molded for success, then cast adrift
Mon May 27, 2013
IA.ScooterTramp So the story is wrong for using the correct term for individuals in this country without papers? If you want to use a street term in place of the correct designation feel free, but spare us your "correction" when you're wrong.
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