But before they do it, I'd like to see them fix the potholes on Elston Avenue.
Buckshot does not melt steel beams!
Just curious, how is 120 feet any more metric than 40 yards?
He meant to say that it was 20 orguiai.
Most people need to be able to run anything they find without worrying if it will work.
And most people just need a web browser. As long as it plays YouTube videos and opens Gmail, most people are satisfied.
Linux won't EVER be a mainstream desktop OS because it doesn't run most of the software people need.
You think "most people" need CAD, Adobe apps, MS Office, financial software, medical software or supply chain software?
Most people need a web browser.
Slashdot has ads????
Yes, every story about autonomous cars.
They should have named it "Code Sweat" and used this music as the theme song:
"I wake up...in a Code Sweat. Hah!"
Maceo, blow your horn.
Linux: I tend to prefer when I need to be very productive
When I want to be very productive, I step away from the computer.
A huge percentage are frickin' snowflakes demand to be given the same rights and berth as automobiles
Can you imagine someone demanding the same rights as an automobile?
Everyone knows automobiles were endowed by the Creator with inalienable rights to have everyone get out of the fucking way.
Most of us are looking forward to the advent of autonomous vehicles.
Are you shitting me? Most of us were looking forward to the advent of flying cars, too.
Earlier this week...
And who do they think is going to be purchasing all these "autonomous vehicles" and with all the twenty-somethings and millennials moving back home with their parents, how do they think they're going to afford them?
Look, I don't mind advertisements on Slashdot, but goddamn, please stop with the press releases from "anonymous" parties.
I'm starting to wonder if all the loud music when I was younger damaged my ears. Every time I turn on the radio, everything sounds like shit.
I just gave my sysadmin an eightball of coke and a box full of Raspberry Pi's. He says he's "planning something big".
I'm starting to wonder if I should maybe tell someone.
Patent Office Lottery
Well, we can't say we weren't warned.
He invented something so he got a 18-year country-wide monopoly on the idea. What's the problem?
He invented a place on your computer desktop that you can click with a mouse and it will open a menu.
Genius, I tell you. Who would have ever thought something like that was possible?