It might work for PCs, but as we can see, the whole thing has failed for RT. The market share is so infinitesimal that even giving it away with methods to say, install it on Nexus 7, probably are doomed to failure.
Some kids cannot have the vaccines. Herd immunity protects them from this diseases. What's your solution for those kids? Force them to live in a bubble?
The solution is simple. Charge any parents or guardians who refuse vaccinations for their children without a medical reason with child abuse. Seize the children. Vaccinate the children.
How is it you have the brains to learn to read and write, but in other respects appear to be an ignorant halfwit?
Individual liberty doesn't give you the right to do things that directly endanger those around you. The old maxim "you're right to swing your fist ends at my nose" applies here. These fucking morons are endangering a wider population; compromising herd immunity which means that minority, who for a variety of medical reasons, cannot have the vaccine, are now at much higher risk of illness.
Frankly, I think anyone who, without permission of a doctor, who doesn't get their kids vaccinated should be charged with child abuse. We don't let Jehovah's Witnesses deprive their children of life saving blood transfusions, so why would we allow some antivaxxer nut compromise their childrens' safety?
The problem was no one had the balls to haul him into court, and then into jail. They allowed him to walk away from it; discredited yes, but unpunished in any substantive way, probably because of the culpability of some of his peers in allowing their names to show up on his fake study.
Fuck it. Just ban their kids from attending public schools, daycares and the like. If they want to endanger their kids, they should not be permitted to endanger anyone else's.
If I don't personally assemble the bits on punchcards by hand, I don't trust anything! I figure I should have my trusted JVM ready to go in about forty years...
No one said Microsoft actually knew how to gain market share. The old tools of threatening OEMs with a fate worse than death don't work any more, so Redmond is a bit of a fish out of water.
Because Microsoft aping competitors' tactics years behind them has worked so well of late.
But that NAS is likely sitting at your location, which means if it gets burned down by insane meth heads or swallowed by a sinkhole, you're good and screwed.
For my business, I use DFS that replicates our shared drives at all three locations, so I feel fairly confident that an almost up-to-date mirror of the data is being held at two other locations, all of which are separated by a lot of miles. Coupled with offsite backup, I feel the business data is secure.
At the moment my personal data is on Dropbox, with my absolutely confidential data in a Truecrypt container. Still, Dropbox is kind of expensive for the 7 or 8gb of data I'd like to store, so I will definitely be considering Google's offering. Since both work the same, at least for the PC versions, in that each computer has a full copy of the data, if Google goes offline or pulls the plug, I still have my multiple copies sitting around.
If they can mine my TrueCrypt container, then they're doing something amazing.
How remote is remote? Are we talking over the internet/sms or are we talking if you control a cell tower?
Um, SGML dates back to the 1960s.
Exactly. I have no idea who this Uwingu is, and don't fucking care. They have no international recognition that I'm aware of, and thus have no particular right to name anything.
If they're so keen on names, let them name their own underpants.
Her cause, so far as I can tell, is to stop Federal spooks from spying on her. It does not appear to be stopping Federal spooks from spying on anybody beyond the rarefied circles of Congress.