Does anyone remember when Bill Gates was evil?
I hope this isn't just some boring suicide and is actually some kind of insane Illuminati cover up shit.
I can't imagine any scenarios where any government could practically restrict encryption at all.
I wouldn't be surprised if 30% of the general population is depressed.
Real men use the WTFPL, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
Please do not license it under an L/GPL license. There's a lot of software I would like to use, but am not legally allowed to because it uses a GPL license. It sucks.
Do you foresee an eventual end game to copyright infringement legislation in the future, or a moment when copyright holders throw their hands in the air and give up for good?
This actually is in perfect alignment with RMS's life work, which is to hinder the efforts of people he doesn't like. He is a vengeful, awful person. He has made some important software but those days are long behind him, today he does nothing but hurt other people.
Dave Knott writes: François Gissy of France has claimed a new bicycle speed record. As you might guess, he was not pedalling – he was seated atop a hydrogen peroxide-powered rocket with three thrusters fastened to the frame of an elongated, but otherwise ordinary-looking bicycle. In a video posted on YouTube that announces the record, a Ferrari racing the bike is left far behind within seconds of leaving the starting line. The bike, designed by Gissy's friend, Arnold Neracher, reached its top speed of 333 km/h (207mph) in just 4.8 seconds and 250 metres. According to Guinness World Records, the fastest speed ever for a bicycle that wasn't rocket powered was 268.831 km/h by Fred Rompelberg of the Netherlands, riding behind a wind-shield fitted dragster in 1995 and assisted by the slipstream of the car. The current unassisted bicycle speed record is 133.8 km/h — a record that a team in Toronto is trying to break.
There are a ton of unused characters on a standard keyboard that could be useful and/or fun to use as part of core language feature additions or more operator overloaders. Is there a reason that we don't use them?
Don't shoot. I surrender.
Scientists always want to keep the common, working class man down.
A few atoms thick still isn't 2D.