Congramulations! U JUST got the koke. Srry capd. U'v won a freeeb bluetooth keyboard!
Typing on a touch screen is still shitty 5 years later. Case in point i just had to make 3 corrections to the previous sentenc.
Yeah who need bicycles or other mode of transport
Market does not lie.
This is happening, just not at the pace you expected after falling for the hype.
It is a growing market, with lots of competition: https://ws.elance.com/file/Mar...
Too bad mods here dont appreciate him
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Lol. That went better than expected
Hours and minutes. Its obvious to me, a former backup/dr guru in another life, this data was either walked out of Sony itself in 2-3 plastic bins, or fell off the back of an offsite storage truck.
They lost me when they said had he been a Joyent employee it would have been a firing offense. I say: give it up, She's dead Jim and you killed it by politicizing a commit. Fork it and forget it. goodbye.
yes I still run hpux.
That's one helluva case of 'sticky hands'. Photons beware!
Oh my god you are a moron.
>They are not Aaron Swartz.
No they are not. Aaron Swartz actually attempted to liberate the data himself. TPB amorally allowed users to break the law if they want. They are no less moral or culpable in this situation than you ISP or Google.
> We all know that the purpose of pirate bay was to share copyrighted content
Your premise is flawed. TPB was a clearing house for torrents. Illegal and legal. TPB's problem was they felt they were not breaking the law, because they were not performing the infringement. they lost. That doesn't mean its the correct conclusion. They certainly did not profit off of person A's book, which again was the entire premise I responded to:
> How does a book author make money from touring? He spends years writing a book and some jackass puts it on a website for free and makes money off advertising and buys a house in Phuket.
They profited off of the users that consume pirated data. (S)he who uploads and downloads the data. TPB is agnostic, it's users were not.
Far less intelligent me got the idea when I applied for Sally Struther's Firearms repair course and they misspelled the junkmail as a result of that for years!
I use this to track where my information comes from. Salutations such as Professor, or minor mispellings work wonders to reveal the path of crumbs your information left for businesses to follow you.