With the right color commentary I think we could have a entire youtube channel dedicated to putting together jigsaw puzzles.
Which is the exact opposite of what merchants are trying to do with their shitty CurrentC.
They don't want security, they want protection from liability. They probably want to move that liability onto the consumer.
And then I still have to check it every other browser. Plus, many of those fixes are going to be server side. It seems like a solution in need of a problem.
I write code in the editor of my choice, then I open chrome and look at my results. Any issues are addressed with the already pretty nice built in tools.
Firefox is just something I check (like IE) for feature parity.
Seeing as you can only use the chain if you are in the room (unless you have a trick for locking the chain after I leave the room). I would hope that all that noise wakes me up.
Or hell a VCR and a timer!
I can record your shit OTA for free. If I'm giving you money I'm not watching commercials. Sorry this is DOA to me.
(Full disclosure, I'm an atheist) Actually, god was afraid we would steal his power. That's why he kicks us out.
And the LORD God said, "The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live forever."
- Genesis 3:22
Seriously, I kinda want a buffer between my actual money and the companies I do business with. Someone who will take the hit while dispute is handled. This is why I use a credit card. I've toyed with google wallet and I actually like it as a easy tool to send money between friends. What I don't want to see is a world where to make payments I need to give my personal information to a dozen companies with incompatible standards.
The fact that they are blocking competition is enough to insure I won't be using their product.
But I"m not upgrading it with their technology. I'm running windows updates. I didn't even know what driver was being used. I plugged it into windows and it worked!
If you had to go to their website and download a driver then I would agree, but that is not the case.
How would I know if my device is legit? I needed a USB to serial adaptor. I went to google and searched cheap usb to serial adaptor and bought the cheapest one. I didn't lookup who made the chips the company that made the adaptor used. I didn't know who FTDI was until this article.
All I cared about was a cheap way to get access to my switches. Yet I'm the one who has to deal with their bullshit (potentially).
Right, because I couldn't want the aesthetic of a mac mini and want to keep using in 4 years down the road by adding ram and a SSD.
That's just crazy talk.
(The joke of it is that if you buy a mac mini today, it is crazy talk as you can't upgrade it.)
Money is relative. If you are in government and want to buy something, it's only 2 billion. If you are against buying something it's an outrageous 2 million.
My source is that for me, it's faster, easier to write/understand/support and a lot cleaner.
This is a subjective opinion.
Can you prove that tables are easier for me to understand?
Let's face it, grid based layouts are tables and if all websites were static html, then html tables would suit us just fine. If we didn't want to cater to people with disabilities or screne readers then again, tables were fine.
I wouldn't be opposed to something better than css, but I still think css layout is better than html table layout.