.. all at the behest of the tinfoil industry.
But you are a sheep. Just not Microsoft's sheep.
I don't think you have any idea what actual censorship, online, or offline even means.
Why on earth wouldn't you just consider it your own money that you gave the government in the past? You have to be pretty obtuse to turn down your own money in order to make a point about the evils of market incentives.
I am mystified how people can read this and not realize it was just a little fun thing to do in his spare time. Or do you spend every waking minute of your life doing serious things with your knowledge and skills?
In short, if your ship can stay out longer and longer, then you will have to figure out how to rotate the humans aboard.
*drop the artificial ingredients in as a final step
I assume it's healthier to drop the artificial ingredients as a final step, rather than add them during the mixing process like they do currently?
Inbox is the client, not the service. The "gmail" in "replacing gmail" is only referring to the client.
That is exactly my email situation to a T. The biggest inconvenience is one every few weeks I might have to dip into SA's junkbox and whitelist a sender, but I'm almost happy to do that in light of getting next to no spam by the time email reaches my google inbox.
Unicode trips up shitty programmers. It sounds a little more like it was one of those "out of your league" problems. Probably best to say away from CJK contracts tho. I've shipped shitloads of software with CJK localizations, and frankly, from that word soup you've produced, I don't think you have any idea what you're talking about.
Dutch has an extra character not in the Latin character set.
This is a little like saying it would be handy if the compiler knew what you meant when you wrote code that attemtped to do soemthing for which there is no specifically well defined answer. While you may know what default you want, it's not going to the the right default for another programmer. Hell, usually it's not going to be the right default for some other place in your code where you're allowing your software to try and divide a value by zero.
In theory, you could make a compiler that does something, but it's not a good idea because it would involve some set of programming being satisfied 'with the default' and many others now stuck with possible bugs because their software doesn't crash when it tries and does something mathematically undefined.
No, the problem is that we're talking about the game industry, and it's more pervasive in game studios than it is in many other engineering environments. If you want to counter that argument, go for it. Nobody gets anywhere by trying to solve the issue of humans robbing each other by just going, "Well, it's a persuasive problem, so we should just ignore places where it happens more often than others. We'll just solve robberies by somehow making it never happen again."
Many humans can handle porn. But for some reason, they seem to prefer seeing the kind of porn they want to see, and generally in a private environment, not plastered on computer screens at work. I apologize if that came off as hetronormative - I just mean that the *multiple studios I've work at* have had work environments that are exactly that: full of guys who think that the word hetronormative is imaginary PC bullshit. What you think should be tolerated (ie: all porn, of all kinds, I presume?) is exactly what professionalism seeks to address and what lacks in these work environments. But in the ways that these environments are unprofessional, it is exclusively geared towards male hetro guys who seem to freakout at the very concept of hetronomativity. (Presumably you would be fine with most of your co-workers laughing at you and calling you an SJW
I'm sure that the solution is just to hope that everyone gets all mature and never gets offended or bothered by the lack of professionalism and sometimes downright hostile environment in some studios.
And I don't need to find a new job. I've worked in this industry for years and year, and I enjoy it. What's next - I don't like a law, and your suggestion is that I move somewhere else?