Posting this in case anyone is interested.
Or is Apple following the path of Nikon which refused to acknowledge the oil-on-the-censor issue on some non-insignificant portion of their D600 camera, then less than a year later released the D610 which miraculously doesn't have the issue but which is the exact same camera?
At first, I read "Nixon". And I was really wondering what the hell he had to do with cameras.
Anything can fail so redundancy is key.
Rudie can't fail.
anything happening inside the event horizon of a black hole doesn't really matter...
Are you saying matter doesn't matter ?
They definitely view themselves as more of an ISP than anything academically-relevant, which is good.
It seems to me that in France, universities are in fact actually treated as ISPs and subject to the same legal requirements (logs retention, etc.).
Is it possible that software is not like anything else, that it is meant to be discarded: that the whole point is to always see it as a soap bubble?