* Posts by ryokeken

43 publicly visible posts • joined 18 May 2018

Study finds a quarter of bosses hoped RTO would make employees quit


so many assumptions for such an emphatic nope

i already said it in the subject

HR expert says biz leaders scared RTO mandates lead to staff attrition


you can see that in nyc AND how's not going to market

you can see that in nyc AND how' often it doesn't even go back to market for,speculative reasons maybe/probably?

Judge orders NSO to cough up Pegasus super-spyware source code


i dunno, maybe if there's a mention of hunter biden and "joe rogan bad"

everyone will vote for it

GitHub struggles to keep up with automated malicious forks


420 mentioned a hundred million times

no 69?

It's crazy but it's true: Apple rejected Bing for wrong answers about Annie Lennox


bing cross search results? brialliant!

ill say it again

bing cross search results? brialliant!

FCC really, truly won't give SpaceX nearly a billion bucks for Starlink rural broadband


don't be a boomer

Squid games: 35 security holes still unpatched in proxy after 2 years, now public




Rocky Linux details the loopholes that will help its RHEL rebuild live on


(ignoring the whole GPL technicalities for a moment)

(ignoring the whole GPL technicalities for a moment)

everything you said kind of a moot point if you casually ignore the license.

would you say "if we ignore copyright law for a moment yadda yadda yadda "? nope

That's the whole point of the GPL, to protect everyone's hard work from the real poachers and those who make excuses for them

Artificial General Intelligence remains a distant dream despite LLM boom


I asked my chair what it thought about that quote


interesting enough, at least here in USA some department chairs are like apartment chairs “¯\_(ツ)_/¯“

Microsofties still digesting pay freeze upset by Nadella's 'landmark year' memo


Re: They're not here to pay people

agreed, human resources is just the shepherd's dog


lacking some historical memory here

"Nadella is the most cold hearted, blood thirsty leader microsoft has ever had, "

never heard of Bill Gates?


Re: The problem in the USA

try googling it


maybe those unions they opposed can help now awwwww

awwwwww, make tons more money than i do, work for a motherfookink' evil company, oppose labor organizing and now you have a rod stuck up your arse? awwwwwww, move to Texas i heard freedom is free there.

awww to the hacker news crowd

China chokes exports of semiconductor secret sauces gallium and germanium


that it? kinda flavorless

" Yet, they doubled down to call their bluff and now we see a taste of what they can do"

a bit tasteless for sure, because it lacks flavour, needs more oomph. I mean if they're so salty about it

Gen Z and Millennials don't know what their colleagues are talking about half the time



Monty Python is much better than you remember that's why one way or another millennials and younger know who they are


THIS exactly

thank you, I’m off to the rabbit hole now.I you know the quote you probably also know Vsauce's version of your comment (seems to me lol) on youtube i think it's called Juvenoia


Re: Most misused list - where is "steep learning curve"?

Encyclopedia Britannica? what is that? /j


Re: Most misused list - where is "steep learning curve"?

I think you walked into the wrong bar, this is The Vulture, the stacks are down the block right next to hacker newsstand


i don't understand, there where no millennials who was George Orwell talking about?

i don't understand, there where no millennials who was George Orwell talking about?teehee


Re: 38 percent of graybeards sounds like boomer jargon

greybeards? old folk you mean? people with experience?

what's with the boomer jargon?


Re: Pffft

sounds like you have a long career in corporate


Re: By a CG (computer Geek) older than all of you out there - OK BOOMER GOODBYE BOOMER

ok boomer,

i'm gen X turning 51.

we're still mopping all the damage done by boomers and "the silent generation " (they didn't brag about beating their wife or kids)

goodbye boomer you never wanted to learn why would you start now?


tl;dr shittin on the young for being young when youses wasn't half as smart at the same age

this is just another piece on how easy it is to shit on younger people for being young, they don't understand the fooked up jargon that hides the bullshite? what's so wrong about that? If you are going to shit on younger people then i want to hear from your parents what "stoopidity"where you spouting as a teenager and a young adult and check it against today "formal business " an example from the top of my head " here's my contact info" or " feel free to contact me" at the end of a letter or resumè. boomer's parents approve of this and yet here we are

tl;dr shittin on the young for being young when you wasn't half as smart at the same age and yet youses (royal youses) managed “¯\_(ツ)_/¯“




Out with the old, in with the new – Accenture declares AI is 'mature and delivers value'


Re: Same as the old boss

not now, always LOL hence why they had to change their name from Andersen consulting, it's sister company Arthur Andersen disappeared inside delloite because none wanted anything to do with the companies that vouched for ENRON

US, NATO military plans leak: Actual war strategy or pro-Kremlin shenanigans?


re:"our 'leaders' have been busily creating insane energy and environmental policies,.."

"If Ukraine suceeds, it'll be in a much better position to negotiate any peace.

If it loses, it's going to struggle to try again.

Again this is a policy problem because we've been busily de-industrialising and making manufacturing & heavy engineering much more expensive.

This is again a huge political problem because our 'leaders' have been busily creating insane energy and environmental policies, which means we can't deal with national security threats like these. .."

I’m confused,

who is "we" and "our leaders"?

what are those "insane energy and environmental policies"?

i feel i've read something similar but can't remember, are you affiliated with any policy institution yourself that reflects this position or is it just your own thoughts on the subject?

maybe it was you whom i actually read , it happens “¯\_(ツ)_/¯“ =)

Wipro tells freshers a job awaits - if they accept a lower salary than first offered


where's the follow up to this story

for real, what happened?

Where on Gartner's Hype Cycle is Gartner's Hype Cycle?


Re: "the square root of strategy"

How many football fields would that be? :)

Ad tech ruined the web – and PDF files are here to save it, allegedly


VeraPDF! Thanks this is my app of the week

Thanks for the link

Open-source dev and critic of Beijing claims Audacity owner Muse threatened him with deportation to China in row over copyright


This was a clear and unambiguous threat to his life

This was a clear and unambiguous threat to his life, what’s not to understand? There’s no other way to read it, have doubts? Do what i did, ask other people around what they think it was.

If you have to explain why it isn’t a threat then you have your answer

Watch it go: World's smallest self-folding origami bird that reminds us we were promised nanobots at some point


I wonder the consequences for cat based entertainment

The dangerous consequences for cat based entertainment are limitless.

Why did Apple hamstring camera repairs on standard iPhone 12 but leave Pro Max module swappable? asks engineering group


Business insider 2013 agrees with you

Tho the New York Times from 2013 seems to disagree with you

Tho one has a bunch of prizes and the other not. Gonna google who’s it (smiley here)


When you tell Chrome to wipe private data about you, it spares two websites from the purge: Google.com, YouTube


Never the human’s name responsible attached to Company name

Google this and Other Big Companies names that but never the person/s responsible for controversial many times criminal actions, Your bluster is as effective as making fun of a wall full of graffiti, as if the wall was a real being. I watch This Week In Tech, (TWIT) I’ve seen you and heard youses.clutching them pearls about giant companies yet always yielding to whatever drivel anonymous spokesperson (“don’t blame the messenger excuse has been thoroughly debunked by observing Trump’s interactions with the press) and wondering out loud what can be done,”oh so sad the state of tech” why don’t you begin by attaching more names responsible for the shite you report. From suspicious changes in code to the regular big bro stuff you report.I’ve heard that github can help with some of this, dunno, maybe it an urban legend. regardless you call yourself journalists be one or let someone who will,be.

Fake crypto-wallet extensions appear in Chrome Web Store once again, siphoning off victims' passwords


Re: If Google have to positively approve these apps to appear on their store ...

Dunno about google never talked to IT tho it be interesting if we find out the actual person in charge of their budget...


Who is google? Nobody if you don’t name who’s responsible for that division

Who is google? Nobody if you don’t name who’s responsible for that division. Innit half assed to report on a problem, name the company responsible and not name the person at the end of the bucket?what snark you say? Liabilities? I call BS because I’ve read the rag for years and watch uncle Leo on the twit.tv network so I’m acquainted with at least one of your guys worldview, it seems representative of the whole company and supposedly it doesn’t stand for bullshit yet all you do is call out this giant anonymous CEO shield and not the actual physical person who signed off on whatever. It's as if you don’t know how to break down a big problem into small easier to solve ones? you’re not following,uh? You have ten articles about the behemoth Google but you could have ten articles about ten different managers who messed up at google. Still not following? You got a big mouth and tiny balls start naming names, agur

BAE Systems tosses its contractors a blanket... ban on off-payroll working under upcoming IR35 tax reforms


so what's the big deal? the market will work it out

companies are going to pay up for what their cheating the government and the contractors out off.

Isn't that how the market works? if you do t pay enough you're not gonna get talent to work for you. If you're not offered a raise or a permanent position then maybe it's time to sharpen them skills

At least that's the view for NYC and USA where the government is small for the poor and socialist for the rich and incorporated :)

Iowa has already won the worst IT rollout award of 2020: Rap for crap caucus app chaps in vote zap flap




This the people that want me to NOT vote for Trump LOL LOL LOL (crying)

Boris celebrates taking back control of Brexit Britain's immigration – with unlimited immigration program


Is there a guide for this thread? I’m lost

Equifax how-it-was-mega-hacked damning dossier lands, in all of its infuriating glory


Re: "Such a breach was entirely preventable"

Dunno, chances are he did screw a few of his richer peers and in high flying money matters I think only bernie madoff went to jail.word on the streets is because he stole from the super rich =\

iPhone XR, for when £1,000 is just too much for a smartmobe


Re: I’m Struggling…

i just installed Mojave on a stock early 2009 imac and it runs great. i used the Mojave usb patch I think it's called. runs waaaaaay better than I expected. i never had such an easy experience on ( spit on floor) windows

Amazon tried to entice Latin American officials with $5m in Kindles, AWS credits for .amazon


5mill in the land of lavajato

Their latest bribe scandal j is measured in several BILLIONS,presidents and countries and Amazon wants ti but the unicorn (that's what's it for them at this point) for FIVE MILLONS in shitty tablets and cloud space? who would agree with that precedent? The lavajato scandal is as relevant if not more to this article to illustrate how much more insulting the offer really is.

Linux kernel's Torvalds: 'I am truly sorry' for my 'unprofessional' rants, I need a break to get help


Open Source but Closed Minded?


Zucker for history: What I learnt about Facebook 600 years ago