That's one of the best praises it could receive.
Remember kids, don't fail, or you'll have to spend your time complaining about people who didn't.
For productivity reasons, you should have constructed your critic without details, so you could reuse the reply in many other cases.
For example: "I don't like it. Therefore, it's stupid. And people who like it are stupid too."
I don't see how parents have anything to do with this.
Google made a system by which a child, under no supervision whatsoever, can spend their parent's money by simply asking them to introduce the password in a way that they'll be able to respond without paying any attention.
How can you construe that situation as having anything to do with the kid's parents is beyond my comprehension.
So they printed fake money, convinced people it was real, got the people's money, said they lost it, but actually were stealing it, and now they are saying they don't have money while moving money to private accounts?
If they had a flag they'd be a government.
You must be new here.
900 year old news? That's nothing. Wait until you discover trupes.
You wretched nit.
I'd keep on reading Slashdot only for the colorful yet elevated vocabulary I learn here.
No, we won't. Because we already have no control on whether we give control or keep it.
You'll have to be ok with that being only rule 2.
Rule 1 of the Wb Magna Carta is: you do not speak of Web Magna Carta.
Rule 3 is: Profit!
that it becomes on a level with human rights?
Online rights are already on level with human rights. i.e.: ignored by governments, cried about by NGOs, impossible to defend, trampled upon with no consequence,
I mean... We did already agree that torturing and killing people was bad, right?
Who's going to know what they were named a thousand years from now, and how many times will those names be changed by people yet to be born
Outside of America it's pretty common to live in places named thousands of years ago.
20TB = 1.33LoC
A station wagon full of tapes.
Better storage AND better bandwidth!
Why do we have to have doors? A simple chalk line in the ground with the text "here starts my home" should suffice.
Why do we have money, credit cards, IDs, contracts,...
The inherent unreliability of human beings does impose a cost on all human activity. On the other hand, we've advanced a great deal since everyone had to defend their life with sticks and stones on a regular basis.
Can we just drop all the faux political drama and talk about, I don't know, programming or something?
All of that stuff about programming is just academic masturbation. It has been for years. It is not going to change, because those with the power to change it aren't about to.
The oligarchs who control our CEOs, own us completely. It is too late to stop them. It is a waste of time to complain and dangerous to resist.