Really, who cares about Disqus? I immediately added a filter for them to adblock when I noticed a suggested thread 'Soandsos baby mama' on the AngularJS API docs.
Anyone the least bit privacy conscious should be blocking Disqus along with G+, Facebook, Twitter, etc. on their party sites.
I can't but help think this decision is largely irrelevant to the majority of Ubuntu users. Unless I've somehow missed the news of Linux taking over the mainstream desktop, most users are technically savvy and undoubtedly already have their own browser preference and the knowledge to install it rendering discussions of upgrade paths largely irrelevant.
Sure Firefox users may dislike the extra step, but on the otherhand Chromium users will presumably be pleased that they no longer need to install it afterwards.
Technically Youtube has a mobile website which Windows Phone users already had access to so it isn't really similar at all.
Regardless of the science behind effects of the radiation, its pretty sad to have another instance of corporations throwing money at what was (presumably) the will of the people until it goes away.
Arguably labeling laws are an effective way to provide the individual with power in capitalist system. Individually people don't have power to sway manufacturers, but when provided with information consumers can decide whether they feel its important and if enough people feel similarly it asserts influence on the manufacturers.
Luthair outsells Newegg in CPUs delivered to his friend Fred.
Seriously, this is a fairly specific claim, ignoring and ignores the much larger number of CPUs sold in phones.
It isn't shipping. Again this is not currently a consumer device, its intended for developers.
Have you heard complaints that the Durango (nextbox) devkit is too big and too loud for the living room? The only difference is that Google has an open process which unfortunately has allowed moronic press to get their mitts on them.