The rest of us are grateful for your generous contributions to our new luxury cars.
I love my Roku 3. AFAIC, there are only two problems with it, the fact that Netflix added that annoying "Post-Play" so-called feature to it's Roku interface recently (with no ability to disable it) and the lack of YouTube.
Now I can watch pron (try doing THAT with your AppleTV), all my favorite online shows, Netflix, YouTube, Amazon, Hulu, etc. all on one fast, simple box. And no monthly Xbox Live fees, annoying interfaces (except with Netflix), stuttering with HD content, or slow interface that I've seen on other media players.
Nature abhors a vacuum.
I think it's more the case that internet providers abhor someone who isn't paying top dollar for their top "Super Duper Fast" tier.
The summary makes a (pretty much meaningless) distinction between Ubuntu requiring different base installations for different desktops, instead of a single base installation. So yeah, Ubuntu is different from most distros in that regard I guess. But no one really gives a fuck. But I guess distros will do anything these days to try to distinguish themselves from every other distro out there that's pretty much the same.
You can install the DE of your choice on top of base Fedora
That's the case with pretty much every distro out there. Ubuntu is the exception in that regard.
Naive little European, how's your powerful union system that can barely manage to get 1 out of 23 workers to even respect your strikes?
"If only you had let us put cameras in everyone's homes and tripled our budget, so many lives could have been saved," lamented the NSA Director.
People forget that the NSA has actually done a _lot_ over the past century that has been of extreme benefit
Pray tell, remind us of some of these many incredible accomplishments, please. Or all they all SECRET?
And also that Edward Snowden was a cheater!
It seemed like a perfectly cromulent summary to me.
No, it's not surprising because none of the students had H1-B visas and were willing to work as indentured servants. That's all tech companies are interested in hiring these days.
It makes more sense to me not to just take them at their word. "Yes, we have all your phone calls an emails, but we PINKY PROMISE not to ever look at them!"
But you seem to be more trusting than I, and seem to think that neither the NSA leadership nor its employees would ever break their promise and use all that compiled information for illegal spying.