The computer can't fire the gun--it just makes the trigger incredibly hard to pull until you're on target.
The worst malware could do is let you pull the trigger regardless of your aim, which just happens to be how every other gun works.
1) Tabs are a constant width regardless of how many I have open.
2) It's my way of reclaiming wasted space in those narrow column type websites and forcing large horizontal websites to shrink to a more usable width.
Shifting is fun. There's no need to be defensive about not knowing how.
AC really meant "It's Higgs' Boson, mate."
Q: What kind of mind thinks traffic lights that don't work during blizzards without a round-the-clock crew of bulb sweeps is a good idea?
A: The same one that considers "snow" an example of American exceptionalism.
But the defendant's lawyers have done a great job of beating back the Evil Empire, and in so doing have accomplished an important victory for the vitality of the internet.
I think he meant the people doing everything they can to maximize profits from content.
And trying to 'maximize' the 'minimal' legal authority that exists to support their positions.
And trying to maximize their eroding monopolies.