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Comment: Why is it that.... (Score -1, Flamebait) 108

Some people think that because its on the web then it ahs no real world effects. Unfortunatly a lot of privacy types here are quietly rooting for these silk road guys, the guys who deal to anyone, kids included. They don't care who buys their stuff. But if a dealer was standing outside a school dealing to the students they would go crazy and call the cops, and rightly so.

Comment: Many American workers are... (Score 0, Flamebait) 293

by bazmail (#48085591) Attached to: Former Infosys Recruiter Says He Was Told Not To Hire US Workers
Lazy with an entitlement complex. One guy we hired told us he taught himself a new programming language at a rudimentary level and sort of looked at us like he deserved a cookie. After being told that that kind of self initiated upskilling was expected of him, he sort of resented being told that.

Comment: Re: I disagree (Score 4, Insightful) 183

by bazmail (#47915931) Attached to: Why Apple Should Open-Source Swift -- But Won't

No Mozilla is only in control of the implementation branded as Mozilla,

Yes. that would be "Mozilla Firefox", the project I explicitly referred to.

... ironically through copyright/trademark laws.

Ironically? How so?

... anyone is free to fork the product and potentially completely remove any control Mozilla has by simply doing a better job at building the browser

Yes. Which would then be a different project

Facts are stubborn, but statistics are more pliable.