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Slashdot Items Tagged "whybother"

Date / TimeStory
Thursday June 26, 2014 @02:28PM Ask Slashdot: Is It Feasible To Revive an Old Linux PC Setup?
Tuesday June 04, 2013 @10:25AM World of Warcraft Film Shooting Begins Early 2014
Tuesday December 11, 2012 @12:16PM VLC Running Kickstarter Campaign To Fund Native Windows 8 App
Friday June 08, 2012 @04:32AM Ask Slashdot: How Best To Teach Programming To Salespeople?
Tuesday May 08, 2012 @06:05PM Apache OpenOffice Releases Version 3.4
Thursday May 03, 2012 @03:21PM JavaFX Runs On Raspberry Pi
Monday April 02, 2012 @06:04PM GNU/Linux Running On An 8-Bit Processor
Thursday March 15, 2012 @10:45AM Scientists Work Towards Naturally Caffeine-Free Coffee
Friday October 28, 2011 @09:35AM World's Biggest Gold Coin Minted In Australia
Sunday September 11, 2011 @02:16PM Ask Slashdot: Where Can I Buy Legal Game ROMs?
Saturday August 27, 2011 @04:57PM Ask Slashdot: Could We Deal With the End of Time Zones?
Friday August 19, 2011 @07:24AM What If Aliens Came To Save the Galaxy From Mankind?
Wednesday June 22, 2011 @04:57PM Camera Lets You Shift Focus After Shooting
Wednesday June 01, 2011 @03:18PM DC Reboots Universe
Tuesday March 29, 2011 @09:12AM New York Times Paywall Goes Live, Loopholes Abound
Monday January 24, 2011 @11:54AM The Matrix Re-Reloaded
Thursday January 06, 2011 @08:32PM Running Your Own Ghost Investigation?
Monday October 11, 2010 @12:03PM The Hackintosh Guide
Wednesday October 06, 2010 @10:56AM Chrome OS Arrives On the iPad — No, Seriously!
Thursday August 19, 2010 @01:06AM Supercomputing, There's an App For That
Wednesday June 16, 2010 @01:29AM IEEE Working Group Considers Kinder, Gentler DRM
Tuesday May 18, 2010 @03:23PM Europeans Bury "Digital DNA" Inside a Mountain
Monday May 10, 2010 @03:46PM A Peace Plan To End the Flash-On-iPhone Fight
Monday April 12, 2010 @01:58PM Google Preparing iPad Rival?
Sunday March 07, 2010 @07:47PM Correcting Poor Typing Technique?
Thursday March 04, 2010 @12:44PM Ubuntu Desktop In the Cloud
Tuesday March 02, 2010 @04:08PM Scientists Discover Booze That Won't Give You a Hangover
Monday January 18, 2010 @09:13PM ReactOS Being Rewritten, Gets Wine Infusion
Friday January 15, 2010 @09:25AM Dragging Telephone Numbers Into the Internet Age
Saturday January 02, 2010 @10:31PM The Amiga, Circa 2010 — Dead and Loving It
Tuesday December 01, 2009 @06:34PM Trying To Bust JavaScript Out of the Browser
Sunday November 29, 2009 @07:02PM G-WAN, Another Free Web Server
Tuesday November 17, 2009 @02:41PM NASA Attempts To Assuage 2012 Fears
Monday November 16, 2009 @02:04PM Mark Cuban's Plan To Kill Google
Saturday November 14, 2009 @09:42AM Fujitsu's Latest Mobile Phone Splits In Two
Saturday November 14, 2009 @08:18AM Commodore 64 Runs Again On the iPhone
Thursday November 12, 2009 @07:17PM Recovering the Slums of the Internet?
Wednesday November 11, 2009 @12:34PM Go, Google's New Open Source Programming Language
Monday November 02, 2009 @09:11PM Mac OS X 10.6.2 Will Block Atom Processors
Saturday October 31, 2009 @10:13AM Installing Linux On Old Hardware?
Monday October 26, 2009 @07:16PM Microsoft Opening Outlook's PST Format
Sunday October 25, 2009 @08:43AM Ryan Gordon Wants To Bring Universal Binaries To Linux
Wednesday October 14, 2009 @03:08PM First Look At Acer's 3D Laptop
Wednesday September 30, 2009 @04:07AM How To Play Poker With Your Rock Band Guitar
Tuesday September 29, 2009 @10:33AM Rad How-To: Play Poker with Your Rock Band Guitar
Thursday September 24, 2009 @12:53PM The World's First Four-Screen Laptop
Thursday September 24, 2009 @09:50AM Google Brings Chrome Renderer, Speedy Javascript To IE
Wednesday September 23, 2009 @12:34PM Microsoft Awarded Patent For Peer-To-Peer DRM
Monday September 14, 2009 @02:42PM Is City-Wide Wi-Fi a Dead Idea?
Monday September 14, 2009 @01:06PM Windows 7 Upgrade Can Take Nearly a Day
Monday September 14, 2009 @09:42AM After 8 Years of Work, Be-Alike Haiku Releases Official Alpha
Friday September 11, 2009 @07:05PM IEEE Approves 802.11n Wi-Fi Standard
Thursday September 03, 2009 @04:32AM How To Hire a Hacker
Tuesday September 01, 2009 @11:57PM Sony and Nintendo Step Up Anti-Piracy Efforts
Thursday August 20, 2009 @10:19AM Irish ISP To Block Access To Pirate Bay
Wednesday August 19, 2009 @05:52PM Fable III Announced For 2010
Friday August 14, 2009 @01:06PM Battlestar Galactica Feature Film Confirmed
Thursday August 13, 2009 @02:39PM AMD's Phenom II 965, 3.4GHz, 140 Watts, $245
Saturday August 08, 2009 @12:56PM Sony Producing New PS3 Hardware, Slim Appears Likely
Thursday August 06, 2009 @08:17AM Windows Drains MacBook's Battery; Who's To Blame?
Wednesday August 05, 2009 @07:08PM Preview the Office 2007 Ribbon-Like UI Floated For OpenOffice.Org
Sunday July 26, 2009 @07:47AM Inside Video Game Localization
Thursday July 23, 2009 @07:48PM Pirate Bay's Anonymity Service Enters Beta Testing
Wednesday July 15, 2009 @12:31PM Asus Launches Eee PC T91, a Touch-Screen Tablet Netbook
Friday July 10, 2009 @08:54PM Cell Phones That Learn the Sounds of Your Life
Friday July 10, 2009 @03:06PM Getting a Classic PC Working After 25 Years?
Tuesday June 09, 2009 @01:09PM AT&T Dropping Usenet Netnews; Low-Cost Alternatives?
Friday June 05, 2009 @03:03AM Palm Pre "iTunes Hack" Detailed By DVD Jon
Tuesday May 05, 2009 @07:58PM Apple Rumored To Want To Buy Twitter
Monday May 04, 2009 @12:22AM Why Is It So Difficult To Fire Bad Teachers?
Monday April 27, 2009 @09:51PM Archive Team Is Busy Saving Geocities
Tuesday April 21, 2009 @01:43PM BYU Prof. Says University Classrooms Will Be "Irrelevant" By 2020
Friday April 10, 2009 @01:48PM How To Build an Openfire Chat Server On Debian 5
Friday April 10, 2009 @03:17AM Openmoko Phone Not Dead After All
Wednesday March 18, 2009 @07:44PM How To Get High-Schoolers Involved In Real Science?
Wednesday March 04, 2009 @08:50PM Microsoft Windows, On a Mainframe
Tuesday February 24, 2009 @07:27PM The Hard Upgrade Path From XP To Vista To Win 7
Monday February 16, 2009 @04:10PM Spiraling Skyscraper Farms For a Future Manhattan
Friday February 13, 2009 @06:15PM Moonlight 1.0 Brings Silverlight Content To Linux
Thursday February 05, 2009 @07:07PM The Case For Supporting and Using Mono
Thursday February 05, 2009 @05:49PM Ubuntu Wipes Windows 7 In Benchmarks
Saturday January 31, 2009 @04:33AM Exchange Comes To Linux As OpenChange
Tuesday January 27, 2009 @04:52PM Global Warming Irreversible, NOAA Scientist Finds
Thursday January 15, 2009 @11:58PM Streaming the Inauguration In a School?
Sunday December 28, 2008 @06:18PM First Look At Windows 7 Beta 1
Saturday December 27, 2008 @09:47PM Study Abroad For Computer Science Majors?
Friday December 26, 2008 @07:59PM Valuable Objects Stimulate Brain More Than Junk
Sunday December 07, 2008 @01:28AM Free Resources for Windows Perl Development
Saturday December 06, 2008 @03:08PM Spore the Most Pirated Game of 2008
Friday December 05, 2008 @07:32PM A Cheat Sheet To All the Browser Betas
Saturday November 29, 2008 @04:38PM Improving Wikipedia Coverage of Computer Science
Wednesday November 26, 2008 @03:46PM Triple-Engine Browser Released As Alpha
Tuesday November 25, 2008 @03:40PM Experts Tell Feds To Sign the DNS Root ASAP
Saturday November 22, 2008 @10:43AM Internet Explorer 8 Delayed Until 2009
Friday November 21, 2008 @08:36AM Silverlight On the Way To Linux
Tuesday November 18, 2008 @02:07PM AIX On the Desktop Is Getting the Boot
Friday November 14, 2008 @02:35PM Reducing the Risk of Human Extinction
Tuesday November 11, 2008 @04:05PM Colombia Signs Up For OLPC Laptops With Windows
Monday November 10, 2008 @01:29PM NVIDIA Makes First 4GB Graphics Card
Monday November 10, 2008 @09:28AM Non-Violent, Cooperative Games?
Saturday October 25, 2008 @09:53PM Finds Optimal 25-Mark Golomb Ruler
Wednesday October 15, 2008 @01:46PM Millions of Internet Addresses Are Lying Idle
Thursday September 25, 2008 @07:20PM Run Mac OS X On Non-Apple Hardware, With a Dongle
Monday September 15, 2008 @07:07PM Best Buy Coughs Up $54 Million For Napster
Thursday August 28, 2008 @08:04PM Black Screens For Unauthorized Copies of Windows
Sunday August 24, 2008 @05:22PM Bringing Cell Phones To the Third World
Tuesday August 12, 2008 @09:31AM Lenovo Intros the Monstrous ThinkPad W700
Thursday July 31, 2008 @11:28PM Ogg Theora In Firefox, With Wikimedia Support
Thursday July 31, 2008 @05:19PM Scrabulous Returns To Facebook, As Wordscraper
Monday July 14, 2008 @11:29AM Shuttleworth Sees Possibility For a QT-based GNOME
Monday June 30, 2008 @01:22PM Encrypted Traffic No Longer Safe From Throttling
Monday June 23, 2008 @02:08PM DOJ To Oversee Windows 7 Development
Wednesday June 04, 2008 @02:15PM Kurzweil on the Future
Tuesday May 27, 2008 @04:15PM Why Buy a PC Preloaded With Linux?
Friday May 23, 2008 @01:07AM Bell Canada Launches Its Own Online Video Store
Tuesday May 20, 2008 @11:50AM New Linux Distribution — Exherbo, Announced
Saturday April 12, 2008 @07:17PM Internet Sites Biased Towards Supporting Suicide
Tuesday March 18, 2008 @12:46PM 100-Year-Old Electric Car Design Makes a Comeback
Thursday March 06, 2008 @01:54PM Using Excel As a 3D Graphics Engine
Monday January 28, 2008 @04:54PM Software Tool Strips Windows Vista To Bare Bones
Friday January 18, 2008 @03:57AM Sun Buys MySQL
Wednesday January 09, 2008 @11:16PM Plastic Fiber Could Make Optical Networking a DIY Project
Monday January 07, 2008 @06:26AM Anti-Missile Technology To Be Tested on Commercial Jets
Monday December 31, 2007 @02:06PM Free Software FPS Games Compared
Monday December 17, 2007 @12:40PM How Feds are Dropping the Ball on IPv6
Wednesday October 24, 2007 @03:14AM Eight Years of Games On the Daily Show
Tuesday October 16, 2007 @02:13PM Vista Runs Out of Memory While Copying Files
Friday September 21, 2007 @10:47AM Less Than 2 Percent of UK Companies Have Upgraded Windows
Sunday September 16, 2007 @04:40PM Is Apple Doing All It Can to Beat Vista?
Monday August 13, 2007 @11:06PM Building a Fast Wikipedia Offline Reader
Monday July 30, 2007 @12:13PM Run Mac OS X Apps On Linux?
Tuesday May 29, 2007 @05:15PM A Windows-Based Packaging Mechanism
Monday April 16, 2007 @06:30PM New Australian Laws To Censor Terror DVDs
Sunday April 15, 2007 @02:05PM Working Around Vista Apps' Incompatibilities
Thursday March 29, 2007 @05:54PM Sony May Be Planning 80GB PS3
Thursday March 29, 2007 @04:19PM How Microsoft Can Make Zune a Success
Tuesday March 27, 2007 @09:23AM Protests Move From the Streets To YouTube
Wednesday March 21, 2007 @06:59AM Quirks and Tips For Upgrading To Vista
Wednesday February 21, 2007 @12:17PM Visual Basic on GNU/Linux
Thursday February 08, 2007 @12:37AM Microsoft Slugs Mac Users With Vista Tax
Friday February 02, 2007 @07:17PM How Do You Advocate Linux in 5 Minutes?
Tuesday January 23, 2007 @07:47AM Microsoft Admits Vista Has "High Impact Issues"
Tuesday January 23, 2007 @03:16AM AmigaOS 4
Saturday January 13, 2007 @04:40AM Shatner Leaks Trek XI Details
Thursday December 28, 2006 @02:56AM HD-DVD and Blu-Ray AACS DRM Cracked
Friday November 24, 2006 @08:18PM Dumping Aqua On Mac OS X For X11?
Wednesday November 22, 2006 @09:51AM Office 2007 UI License
Monday November 13, 2006 @07:00PM Blu-ray Laser Gadget
Monday November 13, 2006 @05:14PM Hacking XBox 360 HD-DVD To Play On XP
Friday November 10, 2006 @02:19PM Broadcom's Treaty In the Blu-Ray/HD-DVD War
Monday October 02, 2006 @09:53PM From SketchUp to Second Life
Monday September 18, 2006 @07:05AM 3dfx Voodoo Graphics Gets Windows XP x64 Support
Sunday August 20, 2006 @10:30PM Download Torrents With Your PC Turned Off
Monday August 07, 2006 @10:13PM Vista Hacking Challenge Answered
Friday August 04, 2006 @04:15AM The Ad-Supported Operating System
Thursday July 06, 2006 @09:57PM AOL To Be Free For Broadband Users?
Thursday June 22, 2006 @01:02PM 2.5" Drives On the Desktop
Saturday June 03, 2006 @12:16AM Movies Delivered Via Television Signal
Wednesday May 17, 2006 @03:40PM How do You Protect Your Online Privacy?
Thursday April 20, 2006 @12:35AM Tiny Biodiesel Reactors
Friday April 14, 2006 @07:12AM Star Trek's Synthehol Now Possible?
Monday March 27, 2006 @11:23AM The .XXX Saga Continues in Wellington

Humanity has the stars in its future, and that future is too important to be lost under the burden of juvenile folly and ignorant superstition. - Isaac Asimov


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