Georgia Tech had an undergrad ICS (information and computer science) program that started in 1972. I started in 1973 with the second class of undergrads. IIRC, when I was looking at undergrad Computer Science programs at the time there were only two. Stanford and GA Tech.
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Estate of Tolkien keen on tolls?
So the danger of this ruling is that corrupt politicians will line their pockets through these types of takings for commercial use. The Supreme Court however does not have the power to alter law based on future corruption of local governments. How sad, since it would be so sensible to do so. We now have a carrot dangling in front of corrupt goverment, any guesses as to when they are going to start developing your backyard with their developer bribers^h^h^h^h^h^h
As long as you don't go and emerge world with it, you're fine. It's probably insane to use it for glibc and gcc, and I'm not sure I like the way the ~arch keyword has been overloaded to mean "arch specific" AND "unstable" (it masks too much stuff that is perfectly stable), but the worst I've ever seen it do was use a broken ebuild and fail to compile it.
Yes, I have made the mistake of emerging a bleeding edge glibc. It hasn't completely stopped me from occasionally using ACCEPT_KEYWORDS however.