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  • 2
    "Time to test her f script." Cannot parse that. Some geek slang?
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    @phorkyas It's a script that shows all online users at the MIT in the late 90s. Not official. First hacking attempts of the main character of the story / Breaking and Entering: The Extraordinary Story of a Hacker Called "Alien" by Jeremy Smith
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    @SirZottelbart Cool, reminds me of the bug in "finger" exploited for the Morris worm (although for "finger" you already need to know the user name). - Does it relate to some real events or is it purely fictional (including making up that terms/expressions)?
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    Paper books are better имхо
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    @austudo Inefficiently heavy and bulky though...
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    @bittersweet easier to navigate, don't need a battery
  • 2
    @austudo I mean with how damn long ebook batteries are starting to last ignorant people soon won't even realize they use batteries
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    @austudo can't carry my library of 1k+ books around with me though, and real libraries aren't really a thing here, so...
    Also I usually care more about the contents of a book so ebooks are just fine.
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    @n3xus I still had a lot of issues with navigation in my Kindles because books' page indices would change all the time when I'm reading, it also jumps like up to 10 pages at a time every time I go forward. So yeah I still carry a paper book with me.
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    @RememberMe by easier to navigate I mean that page indices never change, which was a surprisingly large issue in my Kindle
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    @austudo I usually go from cover to cover so that's not really an issue for me
    Or just thumb around manually, which is the same on a book
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    Kindle: novels, fiction, etc.
    Paper: non-fiction, reference books, comics, etc.

    :)
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    What book is that?
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    @hanieh-m Breaking and Entering: The Extraordinary Story of a Hacker Called "Alien"
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