I've never understood why this war continues. Emacs and Vim unequivocally have a GUI. Status bars, split window, auto complete drop downs. Yet if you even talk about improving them the pitchforks come out.
It seems like they're so firmly wedded to the idea GUI=mouse that they can't even think straight.
I was with him until he said use Subversion if it does what you need. I can't agree with that. Cheap forking is so superior that you have to learn it at some point.
Your idea falls apart when ALL the games have in-game purchasing.
At that res I really want at least a 32~37 inch screen.
We're a long long long ways away from a totally autonomous car. The first self driving cars will definitely require a driver.
We're not in a situation of light regulation though. Who can lay down lines is heavily regulated at the local level.
So simply telling the FCC "hands off" is foolish. That just hands the problem to city politicians that can't possibly oppose the huge cable companies.
Half the posters don't even read their own reply.
The entire trick to religion has always been peace of mind. You don't have to think about the hard stuff. Of course the flip side of that is being a bad person.
I'd rather have morals with depression personally.
The best way to understand is to turn the question around. Look at the methods people use to visualize code. There's no one method that's really good. You have to use several different ones.
We might see some new tricks with VR though. Stuff like call graphs would work far better in full 3d.
Libertarians only care about freedom on public property. Once you're on their land it's their way or the highway.
The only reason to "get used to it" is that web browsers still aren't supporting other languages.
Open and mature client technologies have always been a threat to MS's core business.
That's only true for the miniscule amounts they'd actually consider. Companies exist to pay employees less than they're actually worth.
Corruption at the top has made meaningful salaries impossible. So yes most people would rather enjoy their job. Start talking real extra money and they'll quickly change their tune.
Baboom users can install a little plugin that replaces the ads you'd normally see on the internet with ones that we control through our ad network. Just as advertisers go to AdWords to buy ads from Google for certain search terms, they'll be able to come to us and buy these ads at half the price and still have ads shown against the same keywords.
When the corporate masters hear about this it's going to get dicey.