I wonder if it can affect stress. There is some evidence gut bacteria feed stress-inducing whatever back up to the brain via this nerve, and that stress promotes abdominal (inside it) belly fat deposition, as opposed to more distributed body fat deposition, which in turn releases chemicals which cause insulin resistance, which is the main cause of Type II diabetes.
And article authors and site editors follow that religiously.
I was at +50 back when they showed karma, then got body slammed to -20. Never did find out why. I just dug back out of it.
Thanks. Also, it is rational to do a run-around of dictators and their laws.
Next up on Slashdot: Cool new system detects people hiding from police in attics!
I am bothered by technical capabilities being copyrighted instead of patented, and thus never expiring. Apple's Macintosh "look and feel", anyone? Most of that isn't a particular style of horizontal line thru a window bar at the top, something that might be a legitimate copyrightable thing.
I understand what you are saying, but the public are not the rightful owners, either. After the patent or copyright expires, nobody is, and hence anyone is free to use it.
This is a philosophical difference, and I refuse to participate in some The Glory Of The People rhetoric. You don't get to own something simply by pure numbers.
Looks like taxing the shit out of yourselves is the way to go!
No, I am Poor-ticus!
Whitebox testing would point to exercising an ellipsis if treated specially. But good old blackbox billions of random strings should stumble across an ellipsis surrounded by non-Latin script characters, and fairly quickly.
For complicated c9mbos, perhaps. But random string generators should relatively quickly stumble across an elipsis in the middle of Latin or Arabic characters.
I wouldn't a priori suspect a string display routine to have a problem, but the guy who wrote it to do some gymnastics switching character sets should, and should have run such a test in a debugger ready to trap bad memory accesses.
Not necessarily. You could use AI to reject things if it gets scared.
The patent itself is worthless to find any basic, quick facts, for that matter.
"Unfair competition", against government laws whose purpose is, against the concept of freedom, to restrict competition? Against a government/big business coalition to carve up the rights to sell to people-qua-owned cattle?
Your second apostrophe should be between the "n" and the "t".
Nah. The real threat wasn't anything overtly violent or traitorous.
The nerds had agreed to stop reproducing by not having sex.