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That means he could imitate a human. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

The Whelk: I'm pretty sure that origin for Power Girl was used in the Cadmus arc of Justice League Unlimited. Yup. If the goal of teh Nu52 was anything like their stated goal, and not to make everything as appealing to angry 90s… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Yeah, could be a leading question. On the other hand: Come on, seriously, look at his EYES. [more]
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MetaTalk comment - Over two years ago

You can't even prove he exists! You could be, like, a brain in a tank being fed sensory information about this supposed world by mad scientists and corporations, maaaaaan. /takes puff on doobie. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

I like that the "Why Dart is not the language of the future" article is on a Perl blog. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

As a JS developer I look at it and say "task, another one of *those*". I mean, I'm sure it does fine and solves the problems it sets out to solve, but I'm suspicious that one of those problems is "JavaScript isn't Java", which… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

You see that in how the big libraries keep needing to provide features like modules and object-orientation that would usually be considered the domain of the language. My experience with JS improved immensely when I learned to use closures… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

For those that missed it, here's a rather cool comment about JavaScript that got sidebarred a while ago: "it took many years before people started to figure out that Brendan's language was wrapped in an elaborate disguise and that it was… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Looking further, this seems to be the bit that's unique to Hello World: function unnamedcac5e9$HelloDartTest$Dart(){ } unnamedcac5e9$HelloDartTest$Dart.$lookupRTT = function(){ return RTT.create($cls('unnamedcac5e9$HelloDartTest$Dart'))… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

I wanted to bring Superman back to his depression-era roots, where in the earliest stories he was mostly concerned with social justice more than representing specifically American ideals. It was only after World War 2 that he became a more “boy… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Dunno if this is accurate, but it is mildly amusing. Hmm... main() { print('Hello, Dart!'); } [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

What's wrong with playing hardball to advance the web, you say? TBH I don't see it as all that different from what the webkit/mozilla guys are doing with "HTML 5". Not that I don't have a good old gripe about that once in a while. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

I think they meant compiled to javascript. here is helloworld compiled. Almost linked to it but it seemed like editorializing. Heh. That appears to be the Dart engine. That's sort of like looking at page taht uses jQuery and doing a line… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Did Sinatra just reincarnate to sing these lyrics? His pattern has been reconstituted within the bio-matrix. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago


I fucking love the jetpack, the Scarface quote, and any moment Nic Cage is on screen, FWIW. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

kick-Ass, both the comic and the movie, but much more so the movie, tries to have it both ways - starting out with the premise that this is superheroics in the real worlds facing the challenges a real world superhero would face, starting out with the… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

"it's like Suckerpunch but you can't wank to it!" [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Congratulations on the title, BTW. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Consider this a data point in y argument that "realistic" superhero stories are kind of bullshit since what superheros do in no way works in the real world. They could have at leasted chased him across rooftops firing a machinegin at… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Well, Bradbury would probably be fairly happy at that: "First of all, I don't write science fiction. I've only done one science fiction book and that's Fahrenheit 451, based on reality. Science fiction is a depiction of the real. Fantasy is a… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

They're clearly reading my emails and going back in time just to disappoint me personally. That is why they will be going back and adding feathers to all the cool mega-octopi. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

When have you ever heard of a huge group of people standing around in city after city, for no-perceived-reason (or one you can't identify), for weeks and months on end, and people just ignore it? They're called "the homeless". [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

It is both a mythical beast and a horses ass, thus representing both granted and ungranted pony requests. [more]
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MetaTalk comment - Over two years ago

Truly outrageous.
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MeFi post - Over two years ago

It's when you find the human remains in that strata that it gets interesting. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

For once YouTube comments deliver: I'm high as shit right now and this is the craziest goddamn thing I've ever seen. Motherfucking Punisher (Voiced by Ray Stevenson) driving around silver surfer, hulk, wolverine, thor, and iron man in his fucking… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Yes, Amanda Knox is guilty. Guilty of being sexually active and female [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

At this pointy Wikipedia has essentially been taken over by deletionists, so if you have an unreferenced or poorly referenced article it's pretty much toast as soon as they notice it. You can try rescuing such articles by adding references, and as I… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

No entries for Mundane SF or Slipstream either... where do I send my corrections? Q: My favorite author/film/TV programme doesn't have an entry. Is this because the SFE is still a beta text? In all probability, yes. We know there are a lot… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

It's a cookbook... [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

So, um, about that 99% thing... that would mean that going by user numbers there's got to be a couple of thousand Mefites in the 1%. Probably more, really, given demographics. Up against the wall, motherfuckers! [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Heh. Margaret Atwood, all up to date. I wonder if Wikipedia will start refusing it as a reliable reference now it's on the web - I've used the old version to save articles from deletion a few times. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Jon Ronson: For the people who ask me if I ever get emails from psychopaths Me, my money is on Giuliano Mignini as the psychopath. He's demonstrated a strong ability to manipulate and a lack of empathy for others all the way through. That's if… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Tardis Blueprint File 001 [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Heh. Given that history is littered with proprietry attempts to do what HTML did that failed I find his argument questionable. I guess being able to screw every last penny out of it if it took off is secondary to the fact that if you did it like that… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago


IE would have their own version of a browser that works on their ASP.net tech. Er, ASP.net is something that exists to deliver HTML pages in response to GET and POST responses from browsers. Mircorsoft probably would be pushing some… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Yeah, comparisons to the Tea Party seem wrong because the Tea Party was a strategic rebranding of ther Republican party with heavy corporate and political investment. As uch the actual people on the street prived to be a highly effective and useful… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

He's like the anti-Doctorow. "Everything should be [not] free, always!" [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

I'm going to call this kind of ending "The Brazilian". [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Well, where should we occupy? Ballard? I dunno... somewhere with symbolic value that's not always full of hippies and homeless looking people anyway, to be brutally honest. Seattle is not really full of public locations that meet that… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

The problem with the movies is that Punisher the comic was always kind of a dumb, overly-serious rip off of Rocky, Deathwish, and Batman. And The Exterminator... Bloody Sunday. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

What the Joker Was Doing Naked - Attempting to explain the DC Comics reboot [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Yes, it is true. And quite irritating. [more]
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Ask MeFi comment - Over two years ago

"No actual reason to make up additional accomplices" should get a look in too. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

I don't think Millars self conscious shock tactics is the model here, it's more 90s-Extreme-To-The-Max image and marvel X-Title stuff. Everything is angry teenager-tastic. And that's only some of the titles... Primarily the ones that seem heavily… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

Fucking Animal Man is just ... insane. And I'm talking beyond Grant Morrison insane. It's really quite something, isn't it? And it kept getting better with #2... I liked #1 of Swamp Thing but #2 really suffers from comparison with this and… [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

On the other hand, amongst the duds there's some great comics and DC is heavily outselling Marvel for the first time in FOREVER. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

The cliche is that utopias are dull, but I find them much more interesting than dystopias, actually. You should check out Jetse de Vries's Shine Anthology. [more]
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MeFi comment - Over two years ago

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