"One-handed typing" offers plenty of opportunities for "sticky keys" without OS assistance...
There was a scene I always liked on The West Wing where Josh waxes lyrical about Johnson being on the disc (It's about 1:50 into This clip)
Or an interstitial ad could have triggered their ADHD and move on to the next planet.
You don't seem to understand how slashdice works...
as well as solar, wind, geothermal, whatever.
You forgot nuclear. Never forget the nukes.
All words are made up.
...so I doubt this update will make things any worse.
My Number One problem with Chromecast was the dumb setup procedure - the bloody thing is forever losing it's connection with my WiFi, with the only recourse being to do a hard reset and then wade through the interminable setup process again and again...
Of course, Google provides no customer support for the thing - they just send you to a web forums full of raving fanbois who get offensive when you suggest that it's possible for any google product could be anything other than perfect.
Of course I mind - your judgement should also be based on grammar.
Yes. And it turns out that it *is* possible to write readable Perl. It's just that if you do so, all the Perlista look at you as if you were something they'd trodden in.
C++ is often unreadable
That's not a problem with the language, it's a problem with whoever wrote the code.
I've been writing software for about 40 years - and one of the things I've observed in that time is that it's possible to write unreadable code in pretty much any language. I've also observed that it's possible to write readable code in pretty much any language.