You are TOTALLY right. Black people in America were equal the SECOND slavery was repealed. Great insight.
sudo security find-certificate -a -Z -c "CNNIC ROOT"
sudo security delete-certificate -t -Z 8BAF4C9B1DF02A92F7DA128EB91BACF498604B6F
Until Apple work out a way of avoiding the command line like this, they won't be ready for the masses.
"yes means yes" laws are one step away from outlawing premarital sex
This is without doubt, the stupidest thing I've read all week.
You are a moron.
For instance, "How do I plot a course from earth to Uranus?"
The really tragic thing about this particular example is that Alpha could just return (and indeed to any question involving Uranus):
"To plot a course to my anus, you're going to need to start by buying me a drink"
Thanks folks, I'll be here all night.
I sure hope his hack is free/open-source.
No, it would appear that Foss's software is non-f/oss.
No Clue indeed. No clue from almost anyone reporting on this piece of news. (it is dissapointing that the BBC headline is so wrong)
Its a general resolution about online search engines bundling services & about the need to enforce European Competitions laws in the online space.
It's obvious to me he is talking about GPL and not Linux itself.
Its obvious to me that he is deliberately conflating GPL & Linux to scare companies. That's the way MS operates.
You are twisting his words. Ballmer was not talking about Linux, but about the GPL and it's 'viral' nature.
No. You are totally incorrect. Here's the quote, from it source in the Chicago Sun-Times (via the internet archive):
Q: Do you view Linux and the open-source movement as a threat to Microsoft?
A: Yeah. It's good competition. It will force us to be innovative. It will force us to justify the prices and value that we deliver. And that's only healthy. The only thing we have a problem with is when the government funds open-source work. Government funding should be for work that is available to everybody. Open source is not available to commercial companies. The way the license is written, if you use any open-source software, you have to make the rest of your software open source. If the government wants to put something in the public domain, it should. Linux is not in the public domain. Linux is a cancer that attaches itself in an intellectual property sense to everything it touches. That's the way that the license works.
Imagine... a phone you can steal tiny little parts out of, rather than the whole phone. It might be minutes or even hours before anybody even notices.
Are you serious? You think your little armchairy-10-seconds-of-analysis thought on the security of this device hasn't been covered by google's team of engineers?
Oh, it has:
Google says that there will be a “manager” app on the smartphone that controls some kind of locking mechanism, which keeps the modules from popping out when the phone is dropped or twisted.
Because Legos are made out of pixie dust, not oil.
Thanks for your insight AC. Because anyone opposed to drilling for oil in the artic of course, must be opposed to use of all oil products, produced anywhere in the world for any reason.
To the Indian government though, I suggest the next project be here on planet earth:
That is, to make public toilets as easily available as every other space power.
1) China is a space power. Not exactly know for the quality & quantity of rural public toilets.
2) If everyone waited to solve every domestic issue before becoming a space power, noone would have developed rockets yet. I think you would be astonished by the poverty that existed in Appalachia or other rural isolated areas in the US when their space program started. Ditto for Europe (portugal / greece) and Russia (almost everywhere).
The Golden Compass is considered as dangerous by Christian parents as Narnia is by Atheist parents
So... not dangerous at all then? I'm an Athiest. I loved the Narnia series aged 7-11. I'll get my kids to read them. I know many Athiest parents who have allready bought The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe for their bubs before they can read.
I want my kids to be as wideley read as possible Most Athiest Parents I know feel the same way. Knowledge is something to be embraced. Not feared.
the developer was OK with the App Store, but a 3rd party threatened to sue Apple so Apple pulled the app.
This statement is bogus. 3rd parties cannot sue under copyright law. VLC is developed by multiple parties, some of whom wanted VLC in the app store & others who didn't.
Portraying this as Apple & VLC vs the FSF is a misrepresentation of the situation.
Pfffft, screw chipped squirrels, I want Squirrel Chips!
and they were filed because Amazon pays a hell of a lot more bribe money in Washington than Apple ever will.
Amazon spends more, but not 'a hell of a lot' more. Both organisations do their absolute best to influence policy in their favour. The idea that Apple is somehow pure in this way is fantasy that could only come from the most delusional fanboy.