No, still a design flaw. This risk would not exist if they had used a more traditional design. If that church made it impossible to do so, they should have bought the church and demolished it, or built elsewhere, instead of risking lives with that less secure design!
A "simplification of design" that would certainly kill a lot of people counts as an error, no?
To put it more precisely: Microsoft knew tablets would be big someday... but rather than make a new lightweight OS that was adequate to a tablet, they tried to cram clunky old Windows into the new format. The result was those x86 tablet PCs that were huge, ran crazy hot, and had a completely inadequate interface.
I wonder who raised them?
The television did.
Perhaps people who give a shit will fork it.
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Here ya go: http://mate-desktop.org/donate...
Several governments around the world have moved to free software, or are in the process of doing so. If they think free software is viable...
Why the hell are they using Windows? Government agencies should not be allowed to use proprietary software in the first place. Let stupid private companies throw themselves into any vendor's lock-in, but the people's data should not be subjected to it, ever!
Which is why I think, maybe companies should not be allowed to buy or merge with other companies. If you're not good enough to live alone, you die, period.
After the FB/Oculus news, I looked into alternatives and found about this InfinitEye project from France that claims to do 210 degree of horizontal FOV, fully covering the human peripheral vision (while the Rift only does only 90 degrees). I'd pay attention to this one now.
IT'S THE FINAL COUNTDOWN!
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Only if they show tits.
Then again, Facebook has not broke Instagram?
That's implying that Instagram was worth jack shit to anyone but retarded, duckface-selfie-taking, fake-blonde teenage girls.
Bill Nye won out? Huh, that's interesting. Here in Brazil, back in the 90s, both shows were aired: Beakman's World was quite popular, while Bill Nye was completely ignored. In fact, I recall watching Nye once and thinking... "this Beakman-wannabe is much less fun."