Considering how Europe currently has problems getting rid of its food (due to the Russia embargo), I doubt they'd be all too unhappy to step in should the US decide to stop feeding China.
'cause it's the same cheap crap that you pay lots of money otherwise just 'cause it has a silly picture and/or a certain name on it?
China circumvented that by arriving already at where the US is still heading: A rather small sliver of rich people oppressing a mass of poor ones, while at the same time ensuring that there is little upwards mobility, but just enough to create the odd success story to keep everyone believing in the dream.
That way you can effectively eliminate a middle class. But don't worry, the US is working hard to get rid of what's left of its middle class, then the two countries will be on par again.
So? Neither are our democracies anymore.
It's a victimless crime. Or rather, a crime where the victim deserves it. It kinda cancels itself out.
Then are you offering the correct premise or should I keep guessing 'til we both lose interest?
BTW, please stop calling flash as "Memory" (in the title) because memory is often confused with RAM.
Flash memory is a form of EEPROM, or electrically erasable programmable read-only memory.
there's a good chance that people problems become more interesting that software problems
I'm 55, this is true, but it hasn't diminished my interest in software, it's just something else that fascinates me and just happens to be the root cause as to why "work sucks" sometimes. My Dad is 80, a retired mechanical engineer, last we spoke about programming he had got one of his games he wrote in Delphi running on android and was playing with the python graphics library.
No, agregation into packages is completely unacceptable.
Then be prepared to pay $19.99 per year for each website, even if you plan to view only one page on that site, because you are unwilling to pay for bundles of multiple sites. Look at 50 different sites one month? That'll be a thousand dollars.