"We've received your test reports. Your drug intake is well below industry standards. Here's some techno CDs, remedy this immediately."
Pseudoscience is everywhere in Louisiana - a report from the ground.
Sort of. In practice, taking on an unmaintained library yourself (whether as a public project or just internally) means taking on unknown amounts of technical debt. ("Legacy code" can IMO usefully be approximated to "code dumped on you with unknown technical debt involved".) It might be lovely, it might be a goddamned nightmare.
Any URL that starts forbes.com/sites/ is an unedited blog by some bozo - it's not journalistic content produced by Forbes. It can be any old shit, and usually is.
The Conservative Party could fund itself forever by installing a pay toilet on her grave.
Let me show you something: page view statistics from the last 90 days.
The article had ZERO hits for months
We left because of Oracle buying Sun, but when we moved to Ubuntu VMs we discovered they were ridiculously faster (turns out when you're running a pile of Java, it's actually all about the bogoMIPS), and if we'd realised just how much faster we'd have moved earlier.
till it's merged into Google Plus to artificially inflate G+'s claimed user numbers.
It varies. I started using Mozilla in 2000 because I felt it was important - not because it was good, 'cos it wasn't, it was shit. Though at some point it crashed less than IE, and started looking a bit useful.
I appreciate the ads that get in people's faces pay more. Until they're blocked.
Financial Times != Times. FT is owned by Pearson, who publish The Economist.
The publisher is upset that someone called them Scientologists. Well, they're absolutely not Scientologists. They're Moonies. Yes, really.
The purpose of the patent system in the 21st century is for big businesses to keep small competitors out of the field. If the inventor gets anywhere from it, that's nice to advertise, but it's nothing to do with what it's for.
It's like copyright. If it benefits the actual artists, that looks good in the advertising, but if it ever does happen it's strictly a side-effect - it exists to benefit the publishers.