Yes. All those faults, and still the best science fiction serials ever. Doesn't that say a lot for the potential of the genre?
Out of interest: how old are you?
The CO2 from kegged beer will have less C14 as the carbon will be from fossil sources. This makes all the difference in the world.
Funny how whenever Apple is into shady anti-competitive practices, it's always someone else's fault.
Most slashbots are absolute morons when it comes to art, social sciences and humanities. It's as if they've had a collective lobotomy.
The things I've seen about 'design flaws' have usually been about it being counter to the unix tradition of small programs doing one thing and one thing well, which only ever was true for small cli programs used to manipulate strings of text. It's not so much a proper neckbeard criticism, just some regurgitated nonsense that people will repeat because they've seen it modded to +5, insightful, and repetition is after all the surest way to seem insightful.
Broken shit is to be expected from software. Hopefully most of it gets fixed sooner now that so many have to use it.
And that's why no criticism of systemd is to be taken seriously: it's always about how terrible it will become in the future, never about actual problems it might have today.
Bullshit. Any pre-64 bit Intel laptop from Apple had a lifespan of 5 years before it was forced into obsolescence by an arbitrary OS X cut-off. These days, support go all the way back to the first 64 bit laptops (2008), but it's still far too early to tell whether they last twice as long as alternatives.
His reason for lying is because he's one of them. Besides, if someone involved with 4chan is doxxed, then the first suspect would be someone else from there. #gamergate is 4chan.
Right. As if someone who even bothers following more than 30 people involved in #gamergate isn't involved himself. I.e. not exactly a trustworthy source. I'm not questioning you, btw, I'm saying you're making shit up.
The funny thing is that the #gamergate proponents feel that being rightly labeled as misogynists is harassment that justify death threats. They're a bunch of dilusional morons, the lot of them.
You use Google for research? Seriously?
Hm, maybe I live is a web search world, but I never found myself wishing for that kind of thing. It tended to be I'd read a paper finding it through web searches, on the website of a researcher I knew to be be important in the field, or cited elsewhere.
But that's just not practical when you want a current overview of a huge field. With EndNote, you typically dump the entire list of search results from the database, and then start reading abstracts (included in the reference file), sorting relevant from irrelevant, and then download PDFs to read (which are then stored along with the references). It's a research tool and a retrieval tool. BibTeX isn't.