The issues with Final Cut Pro X was a change in market focus, not a design problem. Apple is now a consumer electronics company through and through. If you want software for professionals you'll have to start looking elsewhere.
What's next, a hybrid motor that runs on baby seal fat?
The problem with Windows Phone 7 is the commercials, they are boring and forgettable. On top of that, the message of the commercials are people who spend time on their smartphones are losers which is the opposite message you should be sending to early adopters who you need to grab first.
With smartphones becoming the main computer for the general public (not the
I don't think tracking people to tax them is going to fly; a yearly tax based on how much a vehicle weighs would be simpler.
It's cute that some open source people believe there is any software that isn't violating some patent.
Our patent system is broken and only seems to be getting worse.
Have you been paying attention? 'The Public' seems to be getting dumber every year. I think it's officially known as the Homer Simpson Syndrome.
Nobody asked for, or needs this expect maybe the government wanting track citizens and content companies wanting to track "pirates."
That's why it won't happen; at least not unless they are forced to do so.
Simply use the right tool for the job at hand; both GUIs and CLI have their place.
This article reeked of 'get off my lawn'.
An IP address only points to the person being billed for a service, it doesn't prove anything as far as who did what; especially if someone has cracked your WiFi.
I never hear Democrats talking about the "Fairness Doctrine" only Republicans bring it up as an imaginary Get Out of Jail Free card for whatever latest bullshit they are trying to pull.
With corporate interests pushing governments to use domain name forfeitures to punish people/groups it finds threatening to their interests, it will cause people to create new name services.
We still have trouble treating each other as Human Beings.
I think anyone who works in IT long enough comes to think of printing as the biggest waste of money in corporate America. How many forests have ended up as paper jams in a printer because a manager wanted to print his email.