Somehow you've managed to miss the austere in austerity. The trait of great self-denial (especially refraining from worldly pleasures). Not only that, you've manage to ignore the role of income.
Income is a hard problem to control. Spending is an easy problem to control. If spending were the most important part of income, then Greece would have never gotten into trouble in the first place.
And "austerity" is not being used in the meaning above. It's painfully obvious that Greece isn't embracing any sort of self-denial, but is rather being subject to fiscal discipline by external pressure.
I gave my reason originally; you just seemingly cannot comprehend it. That's on you.
If you want words to read because you lack simple common sense , read this
Since I am assured you'll learn nothing from that either, I leave the last response to you as it's not worth following up on helping you more than that.
Didn't stamp my feet. Pointed out they seemed to be, unreasonably. You just reenforce the point I made.
Which "new technologies" are they behind on exactly again?
Oh I forgot, they are so backwards in officially supporting ad-blockers going forward... hmm all of the sudden the whining about Safari makes so much more $ense now.
You web developers really don't understand where the market is going, do you?
When you expect to get most of your revenue from selling apps in the iStore - it's essential that people are unable to get apps for free via fancy web pages.
Is this because Apple can't support WebGL? Hell no! The browser actually DOES contain code for WebGL, but it's disabled...UNLESS your web site signs up to display Apple-provided advertising banners...in which case, WebGL works great!
Safari uses the exact same core rending software ("WebKit") as Chrome - so it can trivially support everything that Chrome supports - it's really just a matter of Apple deciding to deliberately cripple the browser to prevent people from providing apps for free.
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Do they also make a router that looks like Scarlett Johansson? I may find this "internet of things" acceptable after all.
And dam failures kill more people than radiation poisoning from nuclear accidents does.
When you can figure out the reason that no other technical standard is decided at paid conferences, you'll have your answer.
Or you could have it way sooner, but then you didn't choose that option.
Oh, and before you ask for a citation that Graham and Rubio are trying to ban online gaming specifically for Sheldon Adelson (who looks like Dr Evil's unwell uncle by the way), here is some more information:
Nice to see that American politicians are not the only crooks with too much power. Now what do we do about it?
When US politicians try to ban online gambling, it's not to drive business to government gambling sites, but rather to drive business to Sheldon Adelson. I guess they figure if you're going to be corrupt, you might as well be corrupt for someone who pays better than the government.
Does it really matter that much they aren't at conferences? That shouldn't be where evolution of HTML and browsing happens anyway...
With all the clever hacks and workarounds people are posting, I'm ashamed to say my best is using a steak knife as a screwdriver.
China is on track to meet Americas military power by 2020.
Just no. Maybe 2040-2050. But not that close in the future.
One of these is not like the others. One can warble on about "neoconservative economic pseudo-science", but Greece fucked up badly and now it's paying for it. Meanwhile, Scandinavian countries did not, and they don't have to undergo such things.