Who _didn't_ already know he was gay? Show of hands...
Cook added that while the U.S. has made progress in recent years toward marriage equality, there is still work to be done. "[T]here are laws on the books in a majority of states that allow employers to fire people based solely on their sexual orientation. There are many places where landlords can evict tenants for being gay, or where we can be barred from visiting sick partners and sharing in their legacies. Countless people, particularly kids, face fear and abuse every day because of their sexual orientation."
There's just one catch: In exchange for the major corporate backing, tech reporters at SugarString are expressly forbidden from writing about American spying or net neutrality around the world, two of the biggest issues in tech and politics today.
The Sun just bathed Earth in an enormous X-Ray flare, knocking out power globally. Unable to restore power quickly, governments stand idly by bickering while people run out of food and water, and begin the rioting that ultimately causes the demise of civilization.
In the ensuing civil wars, 50% of the population is wiped out, starting with the educated, who are blamed by the bottom rung for the disaster.
The few who remain postwar get together to "reboot" civilization.
"Shit, there are no computers. We're all fucked."
Either not realizing it, or being willfully ignorant of it because it doesn't fit in with the "it's W's fault" narrative.
"P.S: Has Slashdot degenerated into a cesspool of women's rights activists? This is a tech blog/forum, so behave like a proper one."
No, it has simply degenerated into a cesspool.
The page also has Google Analytics tracking bugs in it.
The CFAA has an exception for law enforcement operations and criminal investigations.
(f) This section does not prohibit any lawfully authorized investigative, protective, or intelligence activity of a law enforcement agency of the United States, a State, or a political subdivision of a State, or of an intelligence agency of the United States.
I have a Bose-X pilot headset and it works pretty damn well. The consumer-variant noise canceling headphones, on the other hand, have a very unsettling low frequency rumble to them that makes me nauseated.
Especially with this article on the SAME PAGE.
Whenever a company says it is losing money on something, you have to take that information with a grain of salt. AWS is probably just paying another Amazon division for services at an astronomical rate. Corporations shift money internally all the time, and the result is that it can appear that one part of the business is hemorrhaging money.
It's not that trivial, actually. Fuel expands and contracts with temperature, and measuring fluid flow accurately is actually pretty damn hard, especially for very small flows. It's easy to estimate within about 5% based on injector duty cycle, fuel rail pressure, and temperature, but even then any kind of nonideality in the injector could radically change the accuracy of the "measurement."
How much of my money do you think I should be allowed to keep? Be honest.
They are using weasel words in a transparent attempt to mislead readers into believing the conclusion is true.