Didn't Apple go through this exact same issue with the iPhone app store a few years ago, and they fixed it?
That's like going to Slashdot to read the articles. Sure, you COULD, but...
Your girlfriend or wife will say no, it's how you use it, but that's only a half truth.
Someone with a smaller striatum who knows how to use it is likely going to give more pleasure than someone with a large striatum who is clueless about how the female brain works, but women prefer someone with a large striatum who knows how to use it over either.
Of course, your striatum can be too large - and despite what you see in the movies, women do not like having their hippocampus jostled by some monster brainpart.
SGI's still around, of course, they have an office within walking distance of my house. Dunno what they do these days.
The company currently calling itself "SGI" was originally called "Rackable Systems" before they bought SGI's assets in 2009.
The fact that a web browser that I use includes things that legitimize DRM is certainly not a win for me. The only possible "win" for me is when someone creates a Firefox-based web browser that doesn't include this garbage.
I have principles I am not willing to surrender. I can see that you may not have such things. Even the mere existence of DRM is a disgrace.
Except that RIGHT NOW, TODAY, Firefox supports a plug-in architecture which allows Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight to run and play DRM-encumbered content. Just like every other major browser we've been using for the last two decades. Now they want to make a better, safer, way to do it, and people are upset?
Right now no one knows the opinion of those 2307 people so it can't be reported on.
In case you've been sleeping under a rock, this is the 21st Century. Not knowing something doesn't stop the media from reporting on it.
Feel free to start such a team, and get that competing implementation going.
If you need to add exceptions to get a tool to work... the tool is wrong for the job.
Well yeah - that's why you add exceptions: to indicate that this tool shouldn't be used for that job, because it's the wrong tool for the job.
Exactly this. I feel its worth pointing out that the code was reviewed, and the reviewer missed the bug too.
steven colbert doesn't even have an 'act' without his schtick.. and with or without it, he's gonna crash and burn, conan-style, in the big chair. i give it a year, tops, before someone else is brought in and colbert is chased back to cable.
He doesn't have an act, that you've seen. Have you ever seen him out of character? The man is brilliant, and I'm excited to see what he does with the new role.
"...We recommend that Microsoft Access be used solely for development purposes and not for production." - Microsoft
But why bother using up fuel saving the plane for later use when you can just fly into your target immediately? It's not that easy to land, refuel and take off in a plane that size unnoticed.
You're assuming the desired target is within range...
Thanks for your response. Keep them coming.
What I think would help the most is to display a small box at the top of every page on the beta site that lists all the major problems you've identified that you know have to be fixed before the new site can become the default. Ideally, each one should be a link to a page that explains the problem in more detail. This will help us to understand that you really are listening, and trust you not to plow ahead with something that's obviously currently broken.
The problem isn't that the beta site is broken. The problem is that we don't trust you to fix it, because we don't understand why you broke it in the first place and we're afraid you don't think it's broken. Please, put our fears to rest!
We are not the audience. We are the performers!
What I said in another comment: Nobody comes here to read your content. They come here to read ours.