This story broke my nerdometer.
You could read that as, "We're evil and we're collecting your information for nefarious purposes", or you could read it as, "We don't want to pull a 'google-wifi', so we'll cover our asses with a 'we may'".
How is this not an Ouya in the making? Is there actually a market large enough for this thing to do anything but vanish without a trace?
Apologies for the negativity. Please do correct my world view. I'm amenable.
I miss my old shaman where there was a use for almost every single totem and ability, just to eek out a small amount of group benefit in certain situations
Only problem was that if you didn't research "the" way to skill your class, and "the" rotation for it, you got abused and told to "learn your class" by idiots. Before the skills became homogenized by decree, they were homogenized by peer pressure.
You can't do that - that's the govern... no. You know what? I'm better than that. Somebody else can take the low hanging fruit.
...and his job will be to convince the others in 40 minutes that the "Strategic Partnership Initiative" is not outsourcing, and they shouldn't be alarmed.
Blind faith is absurd, but on the other hand so is atheism; the premise being that if life is purposeless, why would one subject themselves to the trials and tribulations of life? As life is a death sentence right from the start, logic implies that one should end their life once they belief atheism as fact, however society correctly asserts that this is a mental defect because one can not know with absolute certainty that life is pointless.
You'll have to draw the line for me here. Why do you insist something has to be eternal to have a point?
Your premise here is ridiculous. I'm an athiest and my life is most certainly not pointless. It'll end, but that doesn't prevent it from being meaningful. Each person has to find their own "point", and even if it's as simple as good friends, good wine, good food, relationships, and experiences, that's far from pointless.
"At that point, you're shoved into massive restrictions, high cost, and weird programming languages to discourage kids and novices from coding."
I know, right? That totally explains the low number of applications in the store.
I'll give it a try. I just ask that it be cooked well. Give me some tasty recipes.
Bragging rights like "First Music Video in Space" don't come around every day!
I've been working in G2 for most of the past 15 years, and this article describes the strengths of that environment, even 15 years ago. The "inspect" interface is like a troubleshooters wet dream. I don't know why something similar hasn't been in every platform for the last decade.
Ever since iOS devices started to become popular, companies have slowly retooled their sites to avoid Flash.
To say she loves it is a clear understatement. I thought she'd use it on days when she was exhausted from the chemo, or during the actual treatments, but she uses it everywhere. She doesn't use the PC I built her last year anymore.
She's especially enamored with the rouxbe.com cooking school membership - they're fully compatible with iOS safari. Works mint. And there's nothing better than a tablet in the kitchen for serving up that kind of content. Keyboards are splash attractors, and a touchscreen is trivial to clean
In my experience a tabled and a senior citizen do just fine. When it comes time to do taxes, she'll likely need her PC, but right now the tablet is the go-to device for everything.
I read your link. I see a lot of misbehaviour, but not a lot of killing - and certainly not enough to constitute "millions". For instance, "In Tsarist Russia, religion was a major source of violence and conflict between religious groups, and State Athiesm was designed to end these problems. Notable atrocities include the persecution and killing of over 200,000 Jews as "Christ-killers" due to pogroms."
So, confiscations, propaganda, suppression, sure... but please justify this claim of millions.