Who modded this crap up? AFC wasn't licensed back to Sun. Sun sued the shit out of Microsoft and Microsoft settled, paid up, and deprecated all of the incompatible junk they made.
SourceForge, the code repository site owned by Slashdot Media, has apparently seized control of the account hosting GIMP for Windows on the service, according to e-mails and discussions amongst members of the GIMP community—locking out GIMP's lead Windows developer. And now anyone downloading the Windows version of the open source image editing tool from SourceForge gets the software wrapped in an installer replete with advertisements.
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True, but, meh? Nobody outside the USA knew what the attacks are, or if they were actually attacked. Nobody's posted any pictures of implants they've found either.
You left out quoting the top part where I was basically saying in absence of a kangaroo court... then this.
Use this against third party doctrine?
If we pretend that laws mean something...
then they would be *safer* here in the USA where the NSA is not allowed to spy on them, because it's
A: in the USA (FBI territory, right?)
B: whoever it is would need a warrant.
Now, the NSA can do whatever they want, because they're completely
A: outside of the USA
B: totally foreign SIGINT
Well, if you're willing to wear a bodypack, they make all the components you can put together for this setup.
Microphones aren't magic like that.
They're even branded SanDisk.
Anyway, Hero 3+ Black fell out of the sky on a quad (some sort of software bug in the battery) a month after purchase and GoPro replaced it, even though they were under zero obligation to do so.
"Apple is contacting customers who paid for a repair either though Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider to arrange reimbursement."
They're going to cut a check to apologize. Who does that?
... we should ignore the trolling TFA and concentrate this discussion on the autoplaying video?
If you are going to manually select for better mitochondrial DNA, what's the difference between that and manually selecting every other bit of DNA.
Sure, we select DNA when we choose a mate, but when you're twiddling with it below the cellular level what's keeping people from custom babies? Allowing *just* this will permit for a race of super men, bred for their superior metabolism by simply selecting better mitochondria.
"But this is for fixing a specific disease." Sure, but that doesn't make the results any different. You engineered a "better" baby. Why can't anyone else do that. What makes you and your broken DNA special? I want to engineer out acne & BRCA mutations. Oh, too bad for you, can't pay for custom baby fixing and now your baby is stuck with Alzheimer's. If we're just "fixing" things with babies, red hair is a "defect", let's remove that and replace it with blonde...
IMO, allowing this is a slippery slope.
Make sure it requires authentication. Set up your filters. Then set your proxy settings to use that server.
I mean, if the WiFi was "good", free, and there were multiple APs with plenty of antennas and bandwidth... would you use it? Especially at a convention?
Even if it's encrypted, people are just going to sniff out your traffic, because they know the key too. The benefit cellular hotspots confer is that only YOU know the WPA2 key.
It's not like women currently in the profession are going to get paid more in this situation. Increasing the talent pool drives wages down. If you do this via H-1B or attempting to reduce barriers to women, you get the same results.
The OP wanted to know why everybody is making a giant fuss about it. It's not because companies suddenly developed a moral compass, but rather they figured out how to dovetail a "win-win" by adopting the cause. They get good PR, diversity increases, talent pool increases... but most importantly: costs go down.
There's no way to fight against this sort of wage suppression other than unionization, so if sexists want to use this as an argument, they'll just look like... sexists?