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    Slashdot: News for nerds, stuff that matters
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    Source for technology related news with a heavy slant towards Linux and Open Source issues.
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    An anonymous reader writes: I have an old phone with a battery that barely works anymore. My current phone's battery is mediocre — I can put up with it, but I've been thinking about getting a new one. My four-year-old ThinkPad holds less of a charge than I'd like, and less than it did when I bought it. In all these cases, the only thing holding me back from buying a new battery is that I'm not sure where to find a good one. Searching for my phone's battery on Amazon (or any major online retailer) yields a dozen results, all fairly cheap. But which are reliable? They all seem to have varying reviews, ranging from "Perfect official factory replacement! " to "Garbage knock-off, worse than the battery I replaced. " Part numbers don't seem to help, as the knock-offs replicate those pretty well. I ask you, Slashdot: where can I find a good replacement battery? Ask Slashdot: What Do You Wish You'd Known Starting Out As a Programmer? Soulskill posted about a week ago from the how-to-program dept. snydeq writes: Most of us gave little thought to the "career" aspect of programming when starting out, but here we are, battle-hardened by hard-learned lessons, slouching our way through decades at the console, wishing perhaps that we had recognized the long road ahead when we started. What advice might we give to our younger self, or to younger selves coming to programming just now? Oliver offers several insights he gave little thought to when first coding: "Back then, I simply loved to code and could have cared less about my 'career' or about playing well with others. I could have saved myself a ton of trouble if I'd just followed a few simple practices. " What are yours? Ask Slashdot: Would You Pay For Websites Without Trolls? samzenpus posted about two weeks ago from the play-nice dept. First time accepted submitter carbon tet writes I read two articles this week that made me wonder: "Would anyone actually pay for a website without trolls? " The first, was about web trolls and civility on the internet, and the second about the ad-based internet. It seems that public comments unavoidably have trolls, or they degrade very quickly until someone makes a reference to Hitler. So, is it impossible to have a substantive discussion online without trolls? Would you put your money where your mouth is to have a serious online conversation without them? Are there any topics that you would talk about (or prefer to see talked about) on a website where trolls were paywalled out? Ask Slashdot: How Dead Is Antivirus, Exactly? Soulskill posted about two weeks ago from the deader-than-an-arbitrarily-dead-thing dept. Safensoft writes: Symantec recently made a loud statement that antivirus is dead and that they don't really consider it to be a source of profit. Some companies said the same afterwards; some other suggested that Symantec just wants a bit of free media attention. The press is full of data on antivirus efficiency being quite low. A notable example would be the Zeus banking Trojan, and how only 40% of its versions can be stopped by antivirus software. The arms race between malware authors and security companies is unlikely to stop. On the other hand, experts' opinions of antivirus software have been low for a while, so it's hardly surprising. It's not a panacea. The only question that remains is: how exactly should antivirus operate in modern security solutions? Should it be one of the key parts of a protection solution, or it should be reduced to only stopping the easiest and most well-known threats? Threats aren't the only issue — there are also performance concerns. Processors get better, and interaction with hard drives becomes faster, but at the same time antivirus solutions require more and more of that power. Real-time file scanning, constant updates and regular checks on the whole system only mean one thing – as long as antivirus is thorough, productivity while using a computer goes down severely. This situation is not going to change, ...
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Slashdot: News for nerds, stuff that matters
First time accepted submitter gpowers writes "I am the IT Manager for Shambhala ... Ask Slashdot: Instead of a Laptop, a Tiny Computer and Projector? 312
http://slashdot.org/askslashdot
Ask Slashdot: What's Your Beef With Windows Phone? - Slashdot
First time accepted submitter occasional_dabbler writes "Reviews by 'commentators' such as this one predict certain doom for both Nokia and Microsoft on the basis of ...
http://ask.slashdot.org/story/12/06/14/1351215/ask-slashdot-whats-your-beef-with-windows-phone
Ask Slashdot: Skype Setup For Toddler's Room? - Slashdot
New submitter mmmmdave writes "My parents love to Skype with my kid. My kid loves to mash laptop buttons and drool on the screen. And because we don't want to spend ...
http://ask.slashdot.org/story/12/05/15/1534203/ask-slashdot-skype-setup-for-toddlers-room
Ask Slashdot: What Type of Asset Would You Not Virtualize? - Slashdot
An anonymous reader writes "With IT and Data Center consolidation seemingly happening everywhere our small shop is about to receive a corporate mandate to follow suit ...
http://slashdot.org/story/12/05/31/2224245/ask-slashdot-what-type-of-asset-would-you-not-virtualize
Ask Slashdot: What Can You Do About SOPA and PIPA? - Slashdot
Wednesday is here, and with it sites around the internet are going under temporary blackout to protest two pieces of legislation currently making their way through ...
http://www.yro.slashdot.org/story/12/01/18/0834219/ask-slashdot-what-can-you-do-about-sopa-and-pipa
Ask Slashdot: Why Not Linux For Security? - Slashdot
An anonymous reader writes "In Friday's story about IBM's ban on Cloud storage there was much agreement, such as: 'My company deals with financial services. We are ...
http://linux.slashdot.org/story/12/05/26/0016235/ask-slashdot-why-not-linux-for-security
Ask Slashdot: Building A Server Rack Into a New Home? - Slashdot
jawtheshark writes "I'm building a house, and obviously I want a modest network built-in. Nothing fancy, two RJ-45 per room, four in the living room, and that's ...
http://www.ask.slashdot.org/story/12/04/30/239252/ask-slashdot-building-a-server-rack-into-a-new-home
Ask Slashdot: Store Umbilical Cord Blood — and If So, Where ...
gambit3 writes "My wife and I are expecting our first child in 3 months, and one of the decisions we still have to make is whether to store our baby's cord blood.
http://www.ask.slashdot.org/story/12/03/29/1633232/ask-slashdot-store-umbilical-cord-blood-and-if-so-where
Ask Slashdot: Security Digests For the Home Network Admin? - Slashdot
New submitter halcyon1234 writes "I'm currently cutting the webhost cord, and setting up a simple webserver at home to host a couple hobby websites and a blog. The ...
http://ask.slashdot.org/story/12/06/15/2237226/ask-slashdot-security-digests-for-the-home-network-admin
Ask Slashdot: Temporary Backup Pouch? - Slashdot
An anonymous reader writes "It looks simple. I've got a laptop and a USB HDD for backups. With rsync, I only move changes to the USB HDD for subsequent backups. I'd ...
http://ask.slashdot.org/story/12/05/21/0226207/ask-slashdot-temporary-backup-pouch
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