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Posted Tuesday 30th July 2013 07:21 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. commenting on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2013/07/30/nvidia_buys_the_portland_group/
Lean and Mean Meme Genie??????!!!!!!!! ……

“PGI has experience with ARM,” says Buck, “but there is no commercial Fortran compiler available – yet.”

There be surely though, quite a few easily para-militarised rogue renegade and private pirate application developers available for revolutionary revisionary code piles/novel kernel source lodes with unparalleled leverage for leading influence in legacy systems.
And they all have a fiat currency price, which will be suitably and invariably, because of their APT field expertise, horrendously high but still a real bargain if in command and control of the great scheme/great schemes of things, …. for they are not stupid nor naive enough to forego and refuse such a simple relief element, and can be easily enough bought with magic paper should they be engaged and engaging with sub-prime primal and primitive humanised phorm works, although whether such a purchase by second and third parties be considered by them, the first party, as a sale inclusive of a transfer of intellectual property ownership and power out of their command and control is a preposterous notion, given what is being bought and/or sold with the transfers and exchanges of ….. well, for some would it be classed as artificial wealth for virtual intellectual property with live future applications which may very well have a need to be highly classified way above and beyond piddling Top Secret/SCI because of the very disruptive and destructive nature of truly creative content on legacy systems administrations and status quo follies/hacked and discredited former establishment practices.
I wonder if Buck equates captive chip compiler with creative application driver?
Certainly the latter would of the former.
Interesting zerodays ahead, El Reg. Have a nice day, y’all.
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Posted Wednesday 31st July 2013 07:45 GMT amanfromMars 1 …. adding some spice to the debate with a comment on http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/07/30/ecrime_report_home_affairs_cmte/
Flogging a dead horse ….is sub-prime support territory and shows a lack of everything to hold dear

In the report, the MPs criticised banks for “simply reimbursing the victims with no pursuit of the perpetrators” for cases involving low-level credit card or electronic banking fraud. “Banks must be required to report all e-crime fraud to law enforcement,” it said.

What is one to think of Honourable Members/MPs whenever insolent banks are trading insolvently and perpetrating global fraud with all manner of dodgy debt instrument/mis-sold security plan ….. and then simply reimbursing them [the banks] with future fantasy cash piles which they [systems admin and MPs] expect to be paid for/covered from increased taxation and imposed austerity cuts on the masses to disguise the simple fact that money is simply printed and its wealth giving properties are invented as if by magic from thin air … and as is needed to keep the Grand Ponzi from crashing and the AAA team in clover?
Methinks that is akin to colluding and aiding the enemy of the people and a most dishonourable fraud and universal scandal which is a disgrace yet to be targeted for summary bloody execution of radical and revolutionary remedy against leading perpetrators/co-conspirators by a growing smarter by the second, much better educated new generation of virtual leaders/novel and not ignoble systems administrators/flashing drivers/zeroday vulnerability exploit engineers/cleverer bods and AI boffins with real command and remote control of the virtual machine scene and ITs bots.
And Keith Vaz is not spouting hot thin air, although he is being ineffectively enigmatic and not unusually melodramatic [well, he is a careering MP, isn’t he] whenever he says …. “The threat of a cyber attack to the UK is so serious it is marked as a higher threat than a nuclear attack.” …… however, it should be noted that cyber attacks are always only really directed and effective against right dodgy corrupt regimes and systems invariably thoroughly deserving of the attention and greater intelligent gamesplay?
So what is all the fuss about, Keith?
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Posted Wednesday 31st July 2013 18:58 GMT amanfromMars 1 ….. sharing secrets and commenting on http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/07/31/prism_put_in_the_shade_by_leak_about_even_more_powerful_snoop_tool/
Para Military Intelligence Services are an Oxymoron and *IP and ISP Deficient

What a strange new world we live in – one where the tin foil nutters are starting to sound credible.… Joe Drunk Posted Wednesday 31st July 2013 18:11 GMT

Nice one, Drunk, Joe. 🙂 Have an upvote for that comment.
However, do y’all not think it a tad odd that whenever so much is supposed to be known/able to be known about everything virtually, so little of lasting value is realised and supported/created and built upon to deliver a utopian existence …… ergo is the information being supplied to ignorant morons with no clearly evident idea what to do with it and those who would be providing it.
*IP and ISP …… Intellectual Property and Internetworking Server Provision
Oh, and the civvy street branches charged with leading with intelligence and sensitive information aint no better either. It’s enough to make one wonder what they are doing all day every day and pondering on whether they be daydreaming the next crisis to jump in to the rescue in order to justify their classified secret budget claims/dodgy expenses.
And their abiding Achilles Heel? ……. Pure Honesty and Total Transparency and all who cruise in her in Command and Control of CyberSpace …. the Virtual Machine Place.
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