Not really trying to split hairs, but the issue is certain distributions of Linux, not Linux itself (the kernel). Distributions like Slackware are quite easy to understand, but others not so much.
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Both A) And B) are populated by human beings.
Being in one or the other does not change basic human nature. Option A would only be the lesser of two evils if it were not also run by people.
If a Republican wins the White House with Republican Majorities what's to stop a newly appointed FCC chairman from using Title II to the advantage of Verizon and AT&T?
Who determines what IS and IS NOT lawful content?
Oh I don't disagree with your analysis, it's just that from a revenue perspective MS really does not NEED to charge $100 to home builders. It's a pittance to their bottom line and would generate some nice karma from the home enthusiast build your own PC crowd.
Yes, my home rig runs Linux, but if I could get Windows for cheap or free I'd load it and use it on occasion when the need appears (some specific game or whatever).
Right now though, between browser and Steam I can't think of WHY I need to shell out $100 for Windows. I'm not a heavy shooter gamer and the longer time goes on the games I do like (Like wasteland 2) are available.
If you are building a home PC, it's still going to cost you around $100 for the software. Big OEM producers, current license holders get to upgrade or install for free.
But screw you home builders. Pay the tax to join the club. No free OS for you. Once you are "in" THEN you can upgrade for free.
What exactly does "live-action" mean anyway? I read that to mean the broadcast was "live". That would invalidate all options except C-Span since the other shows are recorded.
Note: I'm concerned about Cruz being the chair as well...
He is NOT in charge of the program. He is the CHAIR of the committee. That gives him more power but he still only has one vote on the committee.
Don't forget the recent deployment of low cost laser defense weapons. That could be a game changer as it's easy to quickly destroy targets and has virtually limitless ammo.
I would imagine that the development of Hypersonic weapons would also necessitate increased development and deployment of laser defense weapons since they might be the ONLY way you can target and destroy them before they reach their targets.
Is that the Super Intelligent Aliens seeded earth and watching the planet like we watch a Petri Dish.
Indeed! Why Not?
Get with your local government to put a "no through traffic" sign and have fines for violating it
From the Article:
"3. Does the GPLv2 include a patent license?"
No. And THAT is why we have the GPLv3, to head off patent problems (among other things)
You should program in Python because it's a great language.
I know it's being tried at some colleges and high schools, but it would not surprise me if mandatory sensors that communicate to central monitoring station at games and practices are required in the future.
I'd imagine that a threshold of G's and number of times during play time or practice will require the player to sit out for a period of time or for the game/practice.
Only a matter of time.