Then for you, as it is for me, it's Year Ten of the Linux Desktop.
Et voilà! How To Encrypt Everything.
Once they fill up the last page, all of them are executed.
Such delightful ambiguity. Would "they" happen to be the laws, or the government?
The US government is not supposed to take care ofits citizens.
Then what the fuck do we even have it for?
They're allowed to have an opinion, too, and they are scientists, after all, which means we might actually want at least to consider what they have to say. We're free to disagree with them, but we really should have some good reasons for that.
Those who aspire to become nuclear physics do not study a "nuclear scientific method"; they learn how to apply the scientific method to the field of nuclear physics. Folks who want to become climate scientists do not study a "climate-scientific method"; they learn how to apply the scientific method to the field of climate science.
Do you see where I'm going with this? Would I pay attention to a similar group of medical doctors, or chemists? Sure, why not?
The bit about Skype is also not quite true. MS have done horrid/idiotic things with the UI, especially in the mobile versions, but I use the Linux desktop version almost daily and it works just fine for its intended purpose.
Isn't Oracle's table/column names still limited to 30 characters? I would think a modern, enterprise-worthy database could handle a bit more.
Even MySQL supports 64-character identifiers for databases and tables.
They can sell it, but they can't sell it out from under you.
Who can't sell what out from under me? Sole copyright owners can sell their code at any time out from under anyone. It's their legal right.
You cannot change the license after the fact.
You can take your GPL project closed, but anyone who obtained your code under GPL license prior to that can continue to use, modify, and redistribute that code under terms of said license.
Most politicians who are up to date on their PR/Marketing consider branding to be a key part of their campaign strategy.
As a native son of the Great State of Kentucky, it is my solemn duty to inform you that the squirrel is already our state bird.
If a browser crashes because of a site, it's the browser's developers fault.
You must have been deprived of Last Measure as a child.
Yes, and the other AC pointed out that XE7 coverage skips a huge number of major platforms, which pretty much trashes someone's breathy "JUST about *every* platform".
I see that udachny modded you Insightful, how nice for you.
Tell us, roman_mir, how *does* it feel to be a complete stooge of the megacorporations?
I'm going to ring my brother and ask him to ship me my old C-64.
That's a cute but transparent attempt to sidestep the issue.
Apple says if I buy a computer from them, they'll place arbitrary restrictions on what I can do with it. This means that it might not do things that I tell it to do. This also means that it might do other arbitrary things that I don't tell it to do, or even that I tell it not to do.
You might consider these acceptable terms for the use of your general-purpose computer. I do not consider them such for mine.