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GeneralRe: What Happened with LEGO? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey7-Feb-13 10:30 
GeneralRe: What Happened with LEGO? PinmemberBrisingr Aerowing7-Feb-13 12:10 
GeneralRe: What Happened with LEGO? PinmemberDan Neely8-Feb-13 2:51 
NewsOpen Source in your Inbox: Code Triage PinmemberKent Sharkey7-Feb-13 9:24 
NewsThe importance of mentors to build a successful career PinmvpRahul Rajat Singh6-Feb-13 17:39 
NewsThe Microsoft Surface Pro Proves That The PC Is Back PinmvpRahul Rajat Singh6-Feb-13 17:35 
NewsSilent Circle's iPhone Encryption App PinprotectorAspDotNetDev6-Feb-13 14:47 
GeneralRe: Silent Circle's iPhone Encryption App Pinmemberbitterskittles6-Feb-13 23:27 
It's not groundbreaking; one could always set up a SIP server over OpenVPN (wouldn't even cost anything with an OpenWRT or DD-WRT compatible router), and install an OpenVPN cliet and a SIP softphone app, or roll a softphone app using [insert kickass encryption library here] and SIP/SDP/SRTP compatible library like PJSIP[^]
Silent Circle just makes this technology available to mass consumption in a more convenient way, so I don't see any reason to ban it.
NewsLearning JavaScript via other languages PinstaffTerrence Dorsey6-Feb-13 12:55 
NewsIntroduction to Animation in HTML PinstaffTerrence Dorsey6-Feb-13 12:55 
NewsBASH games PinstaffTerrence Dorsey6-Feb-13 12:55 
JokeRe: BASH games PinmemberMatthew Faithfull6-Feb-13 13:13 
NewsGit Tips From the Pros PinstaffTerrence Dorsey6-Feb-13 12:54 
NewsSafeguard your code: 17 security tips for developers PinstaffTerrence Dorsey6-Feb-13 12:54 
NewsAnnouncing Topaz: A New Ruby PinstaffTerrence Dorsey6-Feb-13 12:12 
NewsMicrosoft Surface Pro Review PinstaffTerrence Dorsey6-Feb-13 12:11 
NewsDell's downward spiral: 10 years of failed consumer devices PinstaffTerrence Dorsey6-Feb-13 12:11 
NewsGoogle Brings 38 Additional Ski Resorts To Google Maps PinstaffTerrence Dorsey6-Feb-13 12:10 
NewsBitTorrent is working on a personal file syncing app to compete with Dropbox PinstaffTerrence Dorsey6-Feb-13 12:10 
General10 Most Bizarre Programming Languages Ever Created PinmemberMehdiNaseri5-Feb-13 15:18 
GeneralRe: 10 Most Bizarre Programming Languages Ever Created PinmemberBrisingr Aerowing5-Feb-13 16:00 
AnswerRe: 10 Most Bizarre Programming Languages Ever Created PinmemberSuper Lloyd5-Feb-13 17:02 
GeneralRe: 10 Most Bizarre Programming Languages Ever Created PinmemberPIEBALDconsult5-Feb-13 17:29 
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GeneralRe: 10 Most Bizarre Programming Languages Ever Created PinmemberJohn Isaiah Carmona5-Feb-13 20:51 

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