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Comment: iTunes (Score 2) 165

by CanadianMacFan (#47524097) Attached to: Mac OS X Yosemite Beta Opens
Feels like I've already been doing beta testing since the last major release of iTunes has been released. It's been very buggy, especially where podcasts are concerned. They keep throwing more features in which seem to break basic functionality and slow the application down. It now takes over two seconds to delete a podcast episode since version 11.3 came out. And that's for every episode. If you want to delete three episodes it takes over six seconds. How do you write something that bloody slow? I fear updating to the new version in Yosemite for how bad it's going to be.

Comment: Re:I don't see the problem. (Score 2) 667

by CanadianMacFan (#47497485) Attached to: Russian Government Edits Wikipedia On Flight MH17
I agree with you that it should not be labelled as an act of terror but if it was a case of misidentifying the plane those responsible should still be charged with manslaughter (or whatever the equivalent is for a wartime crime is). And if it was done on purpose then those who pulled the trigger to those who made the order should be charged with murder.

Comment: Re:NASA has become small indeed... (Score 3, Insightful) 108

by CanadianMacFan (#47497431) Attached to: A Look At NASA's Orion Project
But in the 1960's NASA was involved in a massive dick waving contest which made them take risks that management today would be scared of even contemplating yet alone taking. If there was the money available we could easily go to Mars within a decade. It would be risky but there would be people willing to take those risks.

Comment: Re:A noble effort by NASA, but (Score 2) 108

by CanadianMacFan (#47497381) Attached to: A Look At NASA's Orion Project
Well of course it's got to be tied to a project enabled by government inertia and congressional pork. The only way politicians will let the money be spent is when there's tons of jobs spread out over many districts. And of course you know that in two years after the next set of elections the dynamics between the Congress, Senate, and the new President will have changed which will mean a completely new mission for NASA. Which in turn will mean everything that they have been working on will have to be scrapped and they will begin from point zero on their new priorities.

Comment: Re:Who couldn't see this coming? (Score 1) 300

Sure they may be making money but that's not what the market is looking for. The market wants pretty numbers in the profit growth and profit margin.

I was at one company that got rid of a division that was pulling in $500 million in profit a year but the margin was only 6% so it was making the company look bad. Tech companies were supposed to have margins in the teens according to management.

Comment: Re:World Cup 2018 (Score 1) 151

by CanadianMacFan (#47450325) Attached to: Scotland Could Become Home To Britain's First Spaceport
They have separate teams because Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and England all have their own FA. In order to have a single team from the UK then there would have to be a single FA for all of the UK. I doubt there is the will to create the one FA. Though it would be amazing to see Gareth Bale in the next World Cup.

He: Let's end it all, bequeathin' our brains to science. She: What?!? Science got enough trouble with their OWN brains. -- Walt Kelly