Being creative is fine, but being creative while improving how things are done vs. the opposite is much better.
The big problem used to be the media companies paying the radio stations to play their artists music...
The terrorists won.
rhel-only shop, I've had good luck just packaging my own stuff and using yum with my own repositories. Then keeping each server up to date is a simple matter of 'yum clean all & yum groupupdate whatevergroups'
I'd be down for making it illegal, but they need to legalize pot.
Exactly. You are treating the effects, not the disease itself.
If Android could inherit much of what makes WebOS great, I would be ecstatic!
But you only ever need ONE COOKIE, and it only needs to be a nice little session ID. Imagine that. If you are sending data back and forth via cookies, you are doing it wrong.
Of course, HTTP allowed us to use a single program to access all kinds of content. Seems with phones, we are going back to the model of writing a client for every thing you want to do. Just that it all uses the same port to do it now.
Being the guy who has to say no sucks. Worse if you have none of the authority and all of the responsibility when things go to poo.
But it didn't survive the market well.
It was called WebOS. Some people still cling to it, but it's a dead platform.
The nexus 4 is $300, works great on straight talk and AT&T GoPhone plan. The latter gives me amazing reception everywhere I go, but they cap your data at 2GB/month. I've just learned to download podcasts at home rather than stream all the time.
There's also priority based on ease of fix or mitigation. If you can mitigate a problem and then fix the core of it later, that should be done. This is nothing but basic risk management that any security or system administration professional already does.
Business methods should not be patentable, nor should software. Period.
Only if you consider a nice platform being poisoned by that software winning.