Sounds like an oxymoron to me. When has the Chinese government ever effectively placed any sort of limitations on any behavior by Chinese businesses?
Just to be "that guy"... no one is handing out single IPv6 addresses. Even if you need just one address, you're generally being given a
So the math people are generally using in these sorts of discussions is wrong.
At $1.49/month or $10/year, this might be enough to drive some people who otherwise would not to check out some of the free, open-source games out there
Out in the real world, people only care about the "free" part - doubly so, given we're talking about Windows users.
They do have the right to know - all they have to do is convince their non-GMO suppliers to choose to label their products as non-GMO.
If you've ever done any grocery shopping, you'll know this is already somewhat common.
Just like how many dairies sell their milk in containers prominently labeled "These cows were not given bST".
Barley is a glutinous grain, so - is the resulting rice still gluten-free? I have no trouble with gluten (thank goodness - I absolutely love bread), but I know several people that are have problems with it.
All the seeds that just any jerk can buy are all these heirloom seeds.
Given that the vast majority of seeds I see in catalogs are F1 hybrids, it's unlikely that your statement is even remotely true. Most of what is sold to home gardeners is the same varieties being sold to commercial growers. Most home garden catalog vendors are in turn purchasing their seed from the big boys that supply farmers - Northup King, Stokes, and so on.
There are a few - Territorial Seed and Johnny's Selected Seeds come to mind - that to some degree also actively work on developing their own seed stocks; but even with them, most of the seed is being purchased from a handful of huge companies.
The only places I see heirlooms dominating a company's listings is in catalogs from companies specializing in open-pollinated vegetables - Seeds of Change, Abundant Life, etc.
We could've just engraved a URL onto the side of each Voyager.
That was my first thought as well. Once they've uncoupled everything from Google+, I expect (within the subsequent 6-12 months) we'll hear that Google+ has been EOLed.
That's fine by me; but I imagine we'll see a lot of kvetching here on Slashdot.
Baseball stat heads love their acronyms.
OPS - on base plus slugging percentage
WAR - wins above replacement
LOOGY - lefty one out guy
TINSTAAPP - there is no such thing as a pitching prospect
MARINERS - a backwards team being run as if it's still the 1960s
Will this work for people sending messages to other random people? Probably not. But imagine a corporation deploying this system to all of their computers. Suddenly, the boss can tell their employees to do unethical things, make illegal threats, and so on without any chance that the FBI is suddenly going to show up and arrest him with evidence of his misdeeds.
It only takes one employee with a smartphone camera to completely destroy this model.
I can't imagine this will ever get used enough for it to make any sense for you to spend your time automating the task...
So basically this is like those silly e-cards my mom insists on sending for birthdays and holidays. It's got nothing to do with email, except that the link is sent inside an email message.
I hate the stupid "hey we have an app!" block that takes up real estate at the top of the screen every freaking time I chance upon any one of a million stupid sites. No, I don't want the dedicated app for your website - I view it maybe twice a year! No, I don't want to install an app to participate on your forum! Nor do I want your website sending me push notifications on OS X, for that matter.
I understand that you can't figure out how to make a living from your website... but that's your problem, not mine. Maybe you need to get a real job like the rest of us.
At least partially silly but I do understand some of the banned items like baseball caps (or any other head wear like hoodies) as they are totally impolite to be worn indoors.
You obviously are prejudiced against middle-aged guys with hair plugs. Don't be intolerant! Remember, "Plugs are People Too".
So far there seems to be a lot of the latter, but not so much of the former.
While I don't use your software, I do appreciate the fact that you're working on it - and I like the philosophical focus on simplicity.