My point, really. Why do you respond to my post as if you didn't agree?
Because of the size of the population (which exceeds that of all Europe)
It always surprise me how americans see the world: in their head.
Europe: population is 742 millions
USA: population is 352 millions
Yes, there are people outside the USA, and MUCH MUCH more than inside. And you still don't know it and display your ignorance right out there for everyone to see... Nice job, really.
Different people, different cultures. Maybe it's offensive for some (you) and not for others (australians) ?
It's offensive, because that's how it's used in some parts of the world.
would be a much more appropriate conslusion to your post.
You realize that Dropbox is way more than just any imaginable combination of sftp and rsync right?
Yeah, free upgrades if your old hardware is supported.
That's true. They dedicated a team to porting MacOS 10.10 to Apple II but they unexpectedly all quit the company. Apple is baffled.
isn't helping each other some form of intelligence? Given that it brought them to all those places, I'd say it is. So yes, smarter.
Maybe if you pulled your fingers out of your ass you could actually try to do something and beat the Jews at their own game, you know, by being smarter than them. Or are you just asserting they're smarter than you? In that case, I'd say they deserve to be in these places.
I can't find the article anymore, but it's pretty much everywhere (not in the details I remember though): http://www.designntrend.com/ar...
The iPhone 5S being the most sold phone all over the world every month since its release...
But you have to admit that apple is losing market share to Samsung, although the trend is slowing down now.
Well, they may be self contained (which is not true because NIC drivers interact directly with the network stack for example) and small, but they are also highly untestable and undocumented.
What I see is a stack to fix and a continuous stream of drivers to write. The one shot operation is bound to be cheaper on the long term.
Don't you think it's easier and cheaper to optimize the network stack of Linux rather than writing tons of hardware drivers for FreeBSD? Hardware which, most of the time, will be undocumented. Furthermore, when you change your servers, yay, more drivers to write...
Yes, but beyond your email address, google doesn't know who you are. If you have a gmail account, chances are they have the last 150 IP address you accessed the internet with, which is more than enough to identify you with a proper court order.
I forgot nukes didn't have any long-term radiation poisoning.
The mammoth are extinct for more than 3.5 THOUSAND years. I seriously doubt there were any mammoth alive in the early 1800s. You're off by approximately one Jesus Christ as they went extinct in 1700 BEFORE JC.
While I agree that the change we witness in the climate is most likely to be blamed on industrialization, I think it's overzealous to instantly draw conclusions as to what exactly this change will do on the planet. And ecologists are the people we should blame for that. They've been claiming for decades that if we don't do anything the sea will rise by 25m in two decades.... But it's been two decades already and nothing visible has happened. In the eyes of many, they've lost most of their credibility. Especially since they advocate extreme measures that would really drain our economies and (most of them) don't even follow the first of their advice.
If you want people to believe you, you must be credible. Even more so if you want them to change. And ecologists are anything but credible. It's been the third political party over here in Europe and all politicians that were kicked out of the regular parties ended up there. Saying bullshit all day long.
There is no win in the short term unless some common voice can emerge from the brouhaha. I'm not holding my breath.