Bunch of nonsense, all you hear is the parents' (who are possibly abusing their daughter) side.
Have you ever heard of Munchausen by proxy syndrome? I can't imagine you haven't.
At this point she's probably psychologically damaged enough that the symptoms would continue or worsen.
Remember "vaccine affected Cheerleader"? Nucking futs.
"Let them"? It's amusing you think you are "letting" someone do with their content as they wish. It's almost like you think you are entitled to their work in some bizarre way because you like to watch content they product.
You won't win. Period. Sorry, content costs money to produce and distribute and doesn't "want to be free".
But wireless is fundamentally inferior to wired, I'd much rather have fiber in metro areas in terms of home internet. Mobile internet? Hells yeah, this could do an end-run around the big carriers. If Google truly wanted to "do no evil" they'd build a kickass flying infrastructure system and then lease it out to providers to sell.
What an asinine comment. So nobody should ever do anything new because, well, it's already been around for decades in some form or another.
Powershell is different from the UNIX shell environment. In some ways things are more difficult, in others much much easier and cleaner.
What does a neckbeard like you get out of this? Powershell isn't bash and sucks! What I get a kick out of is the plethora of bullshit UNIX shells and how they get a pass, even though they all have their own little quirks. Back when I was stuck on 70's technology, the rule was always use 'sh' for scripts, not csh/tcsh - those can be used for interactive but are poor choices for scripts.
Nowadays? Pfft, people using 'bash', 'sh', 'tcsh', it's a god damn mess. Then you have the cool kids using Python (Perl is so old school now, apparently, though it's 50X better for most routine UNIX scripting).
Don't be a tard, nobody will take you seriously.
Lolzers. You do know you sound like an idiot using that word, right? 1999 called, it wants its impotent nerd rage back.
Rich, coming from someone who probably thinks Linux and Python (the current rage in OSS development) are hot new shit.
You neckbeards crack me up. Stuck in 1993, but pointing fingers at everyone else as "Yesterday's Technology".
.NET is not dead, not even close. It's the basis of the majority of software developed for any Windows platform.
Seriously, where do you people get this stuff?