Let me guess, you're also a cage fighter, 6'6" tall, and have a 10 inch wang?
And all the other *Kits - for making things fancy and GUI and creating a generation of Linux admins who don't actually know how things work.
"The soldiers most likely to take their own lives were men with past suicidal behavior and a history of psychiatric disorders and criminal offenses, including weapons possession and verbal assaults."
Hang a long conductor down towards Earth, and harvest the voltage potential.
Buy a VPS for $2 a month and relay to it over a VPN tunnel; Comcast won't be able to get their grubby paws on it.
Seriously, linking to a PDF article?
Then what do you do when it starts throwing errors? The ISP won't help you.
Think about it (if you can):
Wanting something is enough to make it happen.
Wisdom of crowds.
Scientists don't know everything.
You'll be famous.
Sounds like the recipe for external validation that every GenY and Millenial are craving.
Suddenly this is the new thing. You could simply say "the thief" or "the bad guy" or "the spy", but then you wouldn't sound all Matrix.
Lighten up, Slashdot.
Except its kickstarter, so some douchebeard will keep all or most of your money while mailing you a Debian CD in return.
Call me when I can install an OS as a server, and not have to worry about GUI crap, hotplug nonsense, the *Kits, and 100 other dependencies.
It's 2014, nobody cares. Don't be an attention-whore.
And how do they port it across operating systems? Java based? How does the parallelism work?
Telling me how much it weighs isn't news for nerds, Taco.
Fedora and systemd can DIAF.
Like "best practice" or "zero tolerance" - I hear it all the time, senior managers and leaders talking about how The Cloud has "infinite storage" or "we'll put it all in 1 big database".
It's not visionary to assume there's a machine large enough to solve your problem, it's daft, and it's lazy.