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I am sure this is just an artsy-fartsy couple vying for attention.
I am just imagining a stack of 34,000 floppies... used to back up 1 blu-ray disc.
At an eighth-inch a piece (rough estimate) that would be a stack more than 350ft tall!
"... And now for some reason every third sheet of steel gets cut in the shape of a giant c*** and balls."
Sorry, just imagining what a virus would want to do on a CNC machine. Although, if I ever get disgruntled enough I could have the laser cut an 8ft c*** out of 1/4in steel as a parting gift. Maybe I should get the G-Code together for that...
There has been no examples exposed by SCO or anyone else that would indicated that Linux has anything to fear from the holder of UNIX copyrights, whoever that may be. If there were any code that infringes on a copyright then that functionality can be re-coded from the specifications, eliminating any infringement.
Curriculum varies widely by school. I finished the Calculus course my high school had as a Sophomore (in 1994) and before I graduated they had removed that class entirely. Nothing past the Pre-Calc level.
This was due to (or, at least, at the same time as) the phasing in of the dreaded "Chicago Math" program. The teachers got lazy and the students were bored.