Did the anonymous submitter disclose their ties to Wikipediocracy?
Wait, this is Wikipedia. How could they not be confronted, when anyone can do the confronting, even the writers at Wikipediocracy.
...cellphones are at least as common as wallets at this point.
For comparison, we should see the statistic for how many robberies involved a wallet, and then perhaps some legislation to require mandatory kill switches on our money.
Who else has the money?
A few foreign governments?
Some facilities such as the Mahwah, New Jersey, NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) data center have rolls of fiber so that every cage has exactly the same length of fiber running to the exchange cages.
That just seems silly. They should be charging higher rents for the shorter cables.
I had wondered about a steganographic secondary purpose behind the grammatical-but-semantically-empty seemingly-random paragraphs that used to appear at the end of spam messages to confound filters.
Yes, and actually that someone was TFA, which begins:
“Picture yourself in a boat on a river” And make it a river of liquid hydrogen and helium deep within the atmospheres of Jupiter and Saturn.
Adam and Eve were ashamed of Uranus.
Perhaps, but he certainly put more class into the delivery
Do you mean "class" or "crass"?
Google isn't hiring people to actually look at the code and submit changes if problems were found (either internally patched/unreleased, or publicly available; The license allows for either). That would be the truly responsible thing to do.
Maybe they plan on hiring people, but they're establishing the market wages for that job in advance.
I prefer the nearly equivalent "Sufficiently advanced cluelessness is indistinguishable from malice."
...and they have continued to produce "Star Gazers" episodes with new presenters since Jack Horkheimer's death in 2010.
No... I think people want something in between 70 words and 56 pages.
Maybe it's not about killing Vimeo, but rather making it "play nice" the way YouTube has: Pay for sync licensing of the music and support the licensing costs with ads.
The blog post linked from TFS is a brief (~70 word) summary of the recent development with no links to other posts on your blog for the background on the story, only the big PDF of the decision.