Stupid... cost is high, value is minimal, chances of it being maintainable are negative.... How about spending a few billion giving Los Angeles a decent subway system to cut down on smog and traffic? Or spending the money on better water treatment facilities to keep our oceans clean? Or just saving the money since both state and federal debt is out of control? *sigh* Thank goodness we have "stimulus" programs like this.... NOT.
"except in cases arising in... public danger" A terrorist helping recruit crazies in another country certainly is a "public danger".
Calling Anwar al-Awlaki "an American born cleric" is like calling the devil "an angel that likes warm temperatures".
I'm not a fanboy of Obama and think he has done many many things wrong while president, this however isn't one of them.
Bummer.. over the years, with all the contributions that Google has given to OSS (and received from it). What happened here? This is silly, they KNOW the benefits of keeping code open. How can anyone argue "we won't open the code because it's "broken"?" If I could name all the great open source projects that had "broken" code when they started and now are incredible I would.. let's just name a few: The Linux Kernel, Apache (a "patchy" web server.. name says it all), snort, and on and on an on.... What better way to foster development and maturity of code than to open it to the community?
Typical.. can't get customers to use your product? Stop supporting other versions and FORCE them to buy your product if they want support. Great business plan... not very moral, but if you can't innovate and get users by producing a superior product.....
Nope, it will have "WebDirectX", the proprietary, lock-the-user-into-a-single-platform and closed 3D option... Of course, it is released AFTER WebGL has been out for a while.
Hopefully practical is more important and better marketing to sales people.
Since when is questioning THEORIES "Anti-Science"? Sounds like someone feels threatened.
"public school teachers who want to teach "scientific weaknesses" about "controversial scientific topics" including evolution, climate change, human cloning and â" ambiguously â" "other scientific topics" may do so without fear of reprimand"
Slashdot readers are to politics as....
a. water is to snow
b. sun is to heat
c. barney is to rubble
d. politicians are to technical
The answer is "D".
It cracks me up when Slashdot goes political almost as much as when politicians try and get involved with technical discussion.
The "success" of this endeavor will be short lived. It will be on every software sharing site and etc in no time.
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