Amusingly enough, my desktop has a ton of icons on it that I never, ever use. Everything's pinned to the taskbar or I use the run box these days, and if I'm really "lost" I go through the start->program files. I have been amused at times to find out the thing I was looking for has an icon on the desktop...
A lot of work is so old by now that it should be in the public domain. Copyright was never meant to be a new form of property or a means to extract tolls from end users until the end of time.
The point of both copyright and patents is to encourage the creation of ideas/inventions that EVERYONE can use.
"copying the work" is the intended ultimate result.
No. He just doesn't take Lemming trolls at face value.
Most people whining about GIMP and putting Photoshop on a pedestal are amateurs and consumers that would never actually pay for a copy of Photoshop ever.
Photoshop is a lot of cost for questionable marginal benefit.
> "fraudulent" is quite an accusation. If you try to outlaw market crashes/corrections, you will kill the market, and then what of your retirement savings?
If you allow market crashes caused by rampant fraud, you won't have to worry about retirement savings. You probably won't live that long.
This stuff is nothing new. People just like to ignore history.
There's quite a few here in Los Angeles. The issues here are mostly related to population density. Rich tech moguls don't really have to worry about street parking and figuring out how to charge the damned things overnight like the rest of the plebes. And, realistically, the average American is having a hard enough time paying for a mortgage (lol), much less trying to pay for a $70k car that's got limited range, requires a dedicated charging station that they don't have a spot to install, etc. I like Tesla, hope they have long-term success, but I'm certainly not in the market for one, either.
Does it have to be soda, and does it have to be in the head?
What about a nice, hot cup of McDonalds Coffee in the crotch?
OK, fine... But I'm going to pick a soda with the stickiest ingredients available.
Of course. They are a bunch of sociopaths that can't wait to screw over everyone else. So are their end users.
Of course sociopaths want to stay well away from the GPL3. It closed a loophole that could be used to subvert the intent of the authors.
The BSD layer is pretty IRRELEVANT to the average user.
To the typical person wandering around the Apple Store, it is the OpenStep layer that is the OS. Those people will never be aware of or interact with the BSD layer EVER. For them, the GUI is the OS.
That is perhaps the most important aspect of this situation for normal Mac users. They don't have to worry about bash because it's invisible and irrelevant.
> If there was no video then how did Spock watch Kirk fight the Gorn?
That was provided by the advanced alien race that created that situation to begin with.
Treat it methodically and there really isn't any difference. Snape is probably just as much of a scientist as any chemist. He just practices in a different domain. The same is probably true of Gandalf.
Make him a member of Psi-corps and suddenly it's all good and obviously sci-fi again.
Spain, Italy, and Greece all seem to validate such 'primitive concerns'.
The problem of negative cashflow is such a basic one that it wouldn't even be disputed in any other context.
Dogs have been eugenically engineered by humans for tens of thousands of years, and are therefore an artificial life form. They usually eat food that comes from a factory, and is artificial. Since you have an artificial life form eating artificial food, it's excreting artificial poop. Its urine is water that has been polluted by artificial processes. Hence the impact study.
By some definitions, anything created by a human is artificial, so all of our bodily wastes are artificial.
The museum of natural history?
If Skyrim has skeleton archers and beserkers, why not skeleton dinosaurs?
As light passes by a sun it is subject to an asymmetric situation where the solar atmosphere is in a magnetice field closer to one pole than another, rotating and having a gradient both radially and with the azimuth. thus there's a strong symmetry breaking effect on this light. On average, for all light passing the sun it's an equal handed effect. But if your planet happens to be subject to light that cam from the left side of the sun versus the right, that light could have a net polarization.
this effect would likely be orders of magnitude greater than this weak force polarization effect.
Fixating on the list of distributions that do or don't default to bash really is kind of pointless. The vast majority of impacted systems are going to be servers and especially corporate servers. The real question is what is the distro breakdown there.
So it's far more interesting that Redhat/CentOS/Fedora is on the "bad" list than any of the more obscure options.
SLES/Suse would also be a good one to include for relevant completeness.