If you got $500 from writing a tech article, would you rather pay $200 of it in taxes or $2?
Also, doesn't Apple have a duty to shareholders to cough up as little in taxes as legally possible?
...in Another Bloody Century. He kind of pooh-poohs it as some of the other commenters here have done, saying that it plays a small part but is mostly an annoyance.
Maybe they had a software version specific to the US, but otherwise it does not make sense that this did not happen *at all* in europe where toyota are sold by the truckload in europe, roughly 6 time the number of toyota sold in the USA (usa 150K roughly http://online.wsj.com/mdc/publ... europe 850K roughly http://newsroom.toyota.eu/news...).
Is that short for motherfuckers?
London South Bank University? I think that used to be the East Walford Arthur Fowler 6th Form College, so the Goodall comparison is more accurate than you might think.
How do you know? You might have been drunk.
GP wrote "designing software", which is a kind of documentation, and not the same as actual coding.
Can you read?
This doesn't appear to denigrate Microsoft enough for me to make a meaningful contribution, sorry.
Not a bad attempt at trolling, but in a data center, server 2012 would likely be a headless server-core instance with no GUI at all. To address your question, I would imagine that developers who choose to develop on a server SKU may want to target Metro/Modern apps so it is available, if required.
So : "go europe ! Build that network and root server !". and "go fuck yourself US & ICANN".