Simple solution is to patch it although it might be harder on some devices.
I do welcome these kind of reports, because they will motivate procrastinating managers. I know managers having big 'change resistance', with simple arguments like "Does it affect us?". These kind of report does tell them why it is much better to act now.
it was as heavy as 14 African elephants
Next time, could you please use car analogy?
I find it difficult to believe that a developer would NOT be able to pick up HTML5 in a weekend.
Absolutely. There is only one category, good developers and bad developers.
There is no usch thing as YOUNG and OLD developer.
"All the geographical, underwater topography and archaeological evidence strongly suggests that this wreck is Columbus’ famous flagship, the Santa Maria," said Barry Clifford.
Santa María was the largest of the three ships used by Christopher Columbus in his first voyage.
The Santa Maria was built at some stage in the second half of the 15 century in northern Spain’s Basque Country. In 1492, Columbus hired the ship and sailed in it from southern Spain’s Atlantic. After 37 days, Columbus reached the Bahamas. But after few weeks Santa Maria drifted at night onto a reef off the northern coast of Haiti and had to be abandoned."
The scientists knew from earlier experiments that FOXN1 is important for the embryonic development of the thymus, and speculated that it might also rejuvenate the organ in older animals. They bred a special strain of mice whose FOXN1 production could be stimulated specifically in the thymus by tamoxifen, a drug more familiar as a treatment for breast cancer.
In one-year-olds, stimulating FOXN1 production in the thymus caused it to become 2.7 times bigger within a month. In two-year-olds the increase was 2.6 times. Moreover, when the researchers studied the enlarged thymuses microscopically, and compared them with those from untreated control animals of the same ages, they found that the organs’ internal structures had reverted to their youthful nature."
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