That's what the headline should be. The negative comments are mostly bitter jealousy in all fairness.
Followed closely by the silence that it brings.
Seeing as Andy invented it in Copenhagen then clearly the MIT guys have just forgotten how the idea was actually devised....
By any chance is anybody else beginning to, against their own better judgement, stop caring about this type of thing because there seems to be nothing we can do about it?
There is no justifiable excuse for this or prism etc.. etc.. but we are clearly powerless to do anything and I think my mind needs a defence mechanism.
And you won't beat it so you might as well play nice.
True Multi Tenancy for Oracle Databases will hurt a lot of other Database/Instance providers.
Salesforce needs 12c as much as Oracle needs a another sales guy. Period.
I do not want to sound like I agree with what is happening, but I don't see how anybody could trust for anything else to happen.
Google's core business is advertising through the 'best' data gathering and best data indexing. That's what they do. Everything else is tertiary and transitory.
I get that, but how else do you expect an advertising company to act?
While I fully understand the anger and frustration of bloggers and users a like at this change in Terms and Conditions, I do not really have any sympathy either.
The bloggers in question were using a free platform to derive an income from arguably questionable sources. What do they believe their actual entitlement is here?
Anybody who gives control of their "business" to a third party is probably foolish.
Anybody who gives control of their "business" to a third party and has no claim of ownership to it is probably foolish.
Anybody who gives control of their "business" to a third party and has no claim of ownership to it and was not even paying the third party is probably foolish.
Do you see where I am coming from here...?
Given Mr Wozniak's position in a multinational that is the embodiment of what he disagrees with this video will just confuse most of Apple's customers.
In communist Russia "you couldn't own anything, and now in the digital world you hardly own anything anymore. You've got subscritpions and you already said ok, ok, agree and you agree that every right in the world belongs to them and you got no rights and anything you put in the cloud, you don't even know", says Woz. "Ownership was what made America different than Russia"."
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This really just PR nonsense. The majority of people will not notice and will continue to pirate anyway.
There is only one solution to piracy and it's a bloody easy one.
Stop with walled gardens and make everything available everywhere at the same time for a reasonable price. It's that fupping simple.
I can fully understand why Hollywood's complete and utter lack of imagination and inability to consider anything new or original has resulted in them missing that memo.
I pay for netflix. It's reasonably priced and with a little effort I can access, on a very rare occasion, the American version if there is a specific need.
Shows like Dexter, Game of Thrones, Walking Dead and Breaking bad would get a far higher viewership and make far more ad and product placement revenue if they went out on on their own websites at the same time as they were televised. It's the future one way or another why go to so much hassle and expense to try and stop what will not be stopped until you simply give people what the want?
This is entirely accurate.
more centralised management of everything.
Why have three DBAs managing a single database when you can have 10 managing a 1,000?
Managed print services, Office online, more or less disposable laptops, cloud email, cloud active directory services etc.. etc...
There are too many people doing the jobs only a few are really needed for.
I think this centralisation will be bloody unfortunate for most of us.
Yes we can do this ourselves and will probably continue to do so after this is launched.
But this product is for the people who can't and don't organise their email inboxes and just keep 1000 unread messages all the time.
Watch the video on the blog post. We are not Google's target demographic with this change.
I had painstakingly created labels and filters such as "social junk" that marked mail read upon arrival and were easy to delete.
I like this it's a good idea the inbox can fill with crud shockingly quickly.
This sort of incremental innovation shows that even email can still be improved and that people are looking at ways of doing improving it.