[News] Microsoft Conceals Software Patent, Paints it with Anatomy Brush
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Microsoft brain lateralization patent all about software QA
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| Last Thursday, Microsoft filed patent application 2008/134,132, which
| describes a method of "Developing Software Components Based on Brain
| Lateralization." At first glance, this sounds quite impressive; direct neural
| programming interfaces, after all, is the stuff science fiction is made of.
| Closer examination, however, indicates that our dreams of writing C++ code
| without that pesky keyboard getting in the way remain elusive. Fancy wording
| or...CSC sybase the biggest industrial fraud in UK history
the 100 billion fraud
...HP under Apotheker : National Security Threat and Organized Fraud : new CEO today !
Dear President,Vice-President , US Congress , A.G. Holder and
Secretary Panetta :
The 3 cases of :
a ) HP's CEO Apotheker selling its huge PC unit and buying Autonomy ,a
Military-Intelligence software contractor for too much money and based
overseas just to feed the investment bankers and advisers involved in
the deals ,
b ) the S.E.C. top officers destroying illegally thousands of files of
Investigations on SAC, Bernard Madoff, Goldman Sachs,etc.,
c ) the latest facts in the Rupert Murdoch News Corp. hacking
investigation ( blocked out by the Media ) have a lot in common ...K12> Human Anatomy web resource
From: NetHappenings Moderator
Date: Tuesday, January 20, 2004
From: Gleason Sackmann <email@example.com>
Subject: K12> Human Anatomy web resource
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrew Whitaker)
Date: 20 Jan 2004 03:17:03 -0800
Subject: Human Anatomy web resource
Anatomy Web Resource
Instant Anatomy Web Site - Diagrams, tips, and mnemonics for remembering
important aspects of anatomy covering all parts of the body with over 600 diagrams
...UKNova: Sir Clive Sinclair
This is possibly old news for all I know, but I've just spotted a 1989
documentary entitled "Sir Clive Sinclair - Anatomy of an Inventor" on
UKNova.com for those who are into such things.
Needless to say, I'm currently leeching it and will be seeding it for
the next couple of weeks at least.
Chris Cowley wrote:
> This is possibly old news for all I know, but I've just spotted a 1989
> documentary entitled "Sir Clive Sinclair - Anatomy of an Inventor" on
> UKNova.com for those who are into such things.
> Needless to say, I'm currently lee...Anatomy of a Thread
Is it just me or all all threads in this newsgroup degenerating to
"John Slade" <email@example.com> stated in post
firstname.lastname@example.org on 6/27/08 6:29 PM:
> Is it just me or all all threads in this newsgroup degenerating to
> steve caroll
> John Slade
Oh no...Anatomy of a typical phone conversation -- humor [Telecom]
One of the two comedy/comic/humor websites I visit each day is
<http://abstrusegoose.com>. Today's (28-SEP-2010) item is worth
sharing -- do not have drink/food at keyboard while viewing:
The other website is <http://xkcd.com/>. Caution: some days it's
not "workplace safe" (due to language and/or graphics).
***** Moderator's Note *****
Warning: it's a very long climb to the top of that hill.
...Re: Credit Card Fraud Detection
>I am looking to work on a credit card fraud detection model (using
>SAS). The approach will be to develop business rules which when applied
>to every transaction, will give some sort of a risk score, which can be
>used to identify the likelihood of the transaction being good or bad.
>If anybody has any study material/pointers/knowledge on credit card
>fraud detection (or fraud detection in general), your help will be
There is a huge amount of research in this area. Some of it is proprietary,
which mea...Anatomy of Fork()
I wonder how fork is implemented. The guy who "taught" us UNIX
descrbed fork() as returning twice, but now I know that's not
possible. I know somewhere along the line, the newly created child
process is entered in the process table and the address space of its
parent duplicated, but its the mechanism by which fork() appears to
return twice that I do not understand. Anyone care to give me any
I'm not trying to implement fork, I just want a step-by-step
description of how it does what it does and how it returns in parent
>...MacFanaticShop is a fraud! Website to prove.
some questions have come up here and there recently about MacFanaticShop.
Stay away from it! It is nothing but the latest incarnation of a fraud
that has been going on for a long time. I put together a website to
prove that. Please visit:
If you have anything to contribute, please post to the MacRumors forum
thread that the site is mainly based on. Spread the word and warn
potential Mac shoppers!
To reply by email correct the ending of my address. Hint: I am not
affiliated with any government, but I use a COMmercial s...Fraud 7, which simple inventory check will prove 97% of all electronics gadgets sold contain Linux? (6th request)
"97% of all electronics gadgets sold contains Linux.
Simple inventory check will show almost all retail income
for sophisticated electronics goods is from Linux gadgets:
All flat TVs, printers, ipwebcams, routers, set top boxes,
MP3, MP4, MP5 players, HD recorders, DVD recorders, DVD players,
Android phones and tablets, NAS, media streamers, satnavs, digital
photoframes, wireless routers, etc."
On Wed, 23 May 2012 17:50:07 -0400, DFS wrote:
> "97% of all electronics gadgets sold contains L...Interesting things to prevent computer fraud or intimidation from collected marketing by chat hackers from social networkers
what about gathering ALL people with the very same sounding name and
spamming mobile network users with the name they use least? I was
quite interested by the number of people using the same name for what
seems to be no cause except to cover and prevent the trace hackers and
a traffiker. the frequency of one name or others has become so
frequent for a particular group who wish to traffik and to intimidate
that I thought of ways the idea could be used to do some reverse logic
or engineering, perhaps even use an online chat bot ? I had certain
interesting results from a small nuber of chat bots ...Re: Worst Phishing Fraud Attack Ever! 40 Million Cards Affected #9
Ed Clarke <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I went through our credit card bills yesterday. LLBean Visa 27% APR.
> Delta Skymiles AmEx 25%. I paid them both off in full and won't be
> using them again. AmEx charges $15 for an over-the-phone eCheck but
> the INTEREST on the damn card was several dollars per day. By the
> time the physical check would arrive and clear, I would have that much
> in interest.
You will probably find that they still have an amount due the next
month, to mop up finance charges. ...Human anatomy link
JUST remembered I bookmarked this link...hope it helps!
yes thanks but too mant accurate pics. i rather work on half the face and
then mirror it and then add some differences between the two manually. takes
much more time but its worth the hassle.
"Gareee�" <gareeeNospamfirstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> JUST remembered I bookmarked this link...hope it helps!
Shit. It looks as if someone has hacked my name and password. You'll
see a post with some crap about New Zealand in it.
Looks like that's my last post on this newsgroup (or anywhere).
The net was fun while it lasted, but now it seems to have attracted
every mental case on the planet.
Bill Markwick , Posted to the comp.sys.hp48 group , the following :
> Shit. It looks as if someone has hacked my name and password.
> You'll see a post with some crap about New Zealand in it.
> Looks like that's my last post on this newsgroup (or anywhere).
>...OT: $20 RFID--Fraud or not?
It would have more credibility if they gave the makes and models of
microwaves this worked on: Our Sharp Carosel at work [and why would I risk
my home microwave, pray tell?!] had no affect at all:
A creative new use for RFID beyond what Walmart ever thought of... Guess
it would be helpful to track drug money....
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...REVIEW: "Frauds, Spies, and Lies", Fred Cohen
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%T "Fraud...Registration Companies/Fraud Prevention
I'm wondering how folks here have had experience in this area.
Specifically, which companies provided the best fraud measures when
someone is purchases your product with a stolen credit card. As well,
did they catch it BEFORE providing the scammer with your product.
Feel free to contact me personally if you feel more comfortable than
posting your opinion publicly.
Thanks in advance,
>I'm wondering how folks here have had experience in this area.
>Specifically, which companies provided the best fraud measures when
>someone is purchases your p...The anatomy of plagiarism that was made by authors of "Anchor Modeling"
I published the following papers on my website:
 Some ideas about a new Data Model, Posted on my website at www.dbdesign10.com
on September 17, 2005.
 Simple Form, posted on May 15, 2006. on my website at www.dbdesign10.com ,
section 4 and 5.
 Database design and data model founded on concept and knowledge constructs,
posted on my website at www.dbdesign11.com submitted on August 21, 2008 to CIT
journal. Posted on March 7, 2009.
 Semantic Databases and Semantic Machines, posted onApril 05, 2012. on my web
site at www.dbdesign11.com
...Re: PPC Advertising, Click Fraud, and Its Effect on Search Engines
In a message dated Sat, 16 Apr 2005 21:18:34 +0000, Greg Skinner <
> By now, many if not most of you have probably read, or at least heard,
> about the lawsuit filed against several search engines, accusing them
> of conspiring to overcharge for advertisements. More information
> The WSJ recently featured a front-page story on the issue of click
...The anatomy of a fraud
Consider the suit: SOFTWARE FREEDOM CONSERVANCY, INC.
and ERIK ANDERSEN v.BEST BUY CO., INC, et.al.
Here are relevant paragraphs from the SFLC-Andersen complaint:
20. Mr. Andersen is the author and developer of the BusyBox
computer program, and the owner of copyrights in that computer
program. BusyBox is a single computer program that comprises a
set of computing tools and optimizes them for computers with
limited resources, such as cell phon...Anatomy and physiology 8th edition Seeley Test Bank is available for purchase at affordable prices. Contact me at allsolutionmanuals11[at]gmail.com to buy it today. All emails will be answered
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...Bush Advisor Arrested For Merchandise Fraud in MD Store
Bush Shocked by Arrest of Former Adviser
By DEB RIECHMANN, Associated Press Writer
President Bush on Saturday said he was shocked and saddened to learn
that former domestic policy adviser Claude Allen was charged with
theft for allegedly receiving phony refunds at department stores.
"When I heard the story last night, I was shocked, and my first
reaction was one of disappointment, deep disappointment -- if it's
true -- that we were not fully informed," Bush said. "Shortly
thereafter, I felt really sad for the Allen family."
Allen, 45, was arrested Thursda...[News] [SOT] UK Government Versus Bribery (Which Microsoft Loves); Dell Fraud Charges
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UK gov waves white flag on secret lobbying ruling
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| The Department of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform has decided not
| to appeal a legal ruling that it must release information on secret meetings
| between ministers, civil servants and lobbyists at the Confederation of
| British Industry.
Fraud ruling against Dell validates years of gripes
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| In December of 2002, I started a page on my Computer Gripes site devoted to
| Dell. ...Doctors to study human anatomy on holodeck (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Canadian scientists have created the world's first virtual computer model of a human body, translating a litany of complex medical and genomic data into 4D images to test drugs and surgeons' skills.
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this is not the right question for this group
> Canadian scientists have created the world's first virtual computer model of a human body, translating a litany of complex medical and genomic data into 4D images to test drugs and surgeons' ski...