That part that boggles my mind is that you can even hand her cash, as long as you promise to tape it and put it on your website. Then it not only becomes not illegal, it's a legitimate multi-million dollar industry.
What?! You mean, if Netflix spent a few more tens of millions of dollars just to purchase the rights to some old shows, not to mention the marginal costs associated with making them available on their platform, you might be willing to consider giving them $8 a month?!
Hold on, I've got the CEO of Netflix on the line. He's obviously very intrigued by your generous offer; I think you guys just need a contract to make this commitment official, and he'll get his top people on this right away!
In chess there are no such thing as men's tournaments -- women can join any tournament. It is just men who cannot play in women's tournaments. So the argument that women simply are barred the opportunity to play against stronger competition doesn't hold water. In fact, Hou Yifan herself has played in many large tournaments with mixed genders, but has never done as well as she does in women's only events.
Okay, I realize you're probably just trolling here, but you do realize that he reinvented integration, not just learned how to solve a couple of integrals, right?
It says something sad about the state of interdisciplinary communication that this was considered worthy of publication, but if you think it reflects poorly on his intelligence, you're missing the point.
I think it's so cute that you think that -- even if cell phones were proven beyond any reasonable doubt to be singlehandedly responsible for killing bees and twenty other varieties of non-cute animals -- they would ever be "banned" for that reason. Seriously, you're adorable:)
Not at all. Blizzard has been supporting Mac since SC1 over 10 years ago. They've never supported Linux. So their current support for Macs says absolutely nothing about future plans regarding Linux:(
However, their games also have a long long history of running great under Wine.
By his own measure, he says about 2% of the code in today's kernel is written by him, but about 80% of it goes through him before being included. It's unrealistic to expect any one person to have a significant percentage of Linux code literally belong to them, so it would be disingenuous to use that 2% figure as some sort of argument to undermine Linus' authority with regards to the kernel.
Like him or not, Linus is still the man in linux kernel development circles, and for good reason.
It is done in India and it has no gay connotations whatsoever. In fact I think you'd offend and confuse anyone by suggesting it is related to homosexuality. Walking down the street holding hands with your male relative or friend is just done, the same way shaking hands (for instance) isn't gay here.