Yep, and they used to call this out. I've even got an iSight with a manual lens cover iris ring. Something[body] convinced Apple to stop protecting its users' privacy. I'd put a buck down on Bull Run and spin the wheel.
To be fair, starting 12 years ago, two cities in the northeast of the U.S. have had some pretty heinous mass-destructions.
Were those called in? The MO is completely different, unless you're only trying to justify the fear, not the reaction.
Unless you upgrade. This is actually one of the things that has prevented me from upgrading to a newer Roku box.
Somebody claimed that it was Google that dropped the ban hammer on Roku, it wasn't Roku's desire. Does the new app show ads (supposedly the bone of contention)?
the money quote:
"Supplementation of wild-type animals with L. johnsonii protected them against both airway allergen challenge or infection with respiratory syncytial virus."
'use software RAID' is a misleadingly vague statement of the problem
It's disingenuous of you to accuse me of being misleadingly vague when the very sentence [that you fail to quote] says " if you do something bizarre, like mirror your drives". It's clearly qualified - blame shifting is not becoming. The ironic 'bizarre' is there to indicate just how common this configuration is.
The Fedora Project empirically doesn't care about this incredibly common use case in the server world. I see from the release notes that most Fedora installs never even need an MTA, so I'm guessing desktops on SSD's are now the current focus.
So, FreeBSD fans refuse to use Linux for no logical reason. Ok, now I understand.
I wouldn't read too much into a hyperbolic anecdotal stereotype if I were you.
results from a mistranslation of the Latin term (petitio principii)
Yeah, there was one guy who mistranslated and everybody else copied him? Cite?
Congress mandated technology that doesn't exist and it didn't magically materialize?
Full disclosure: I know people who own a large, politically-connected cellulosic ethanol company and am roughly familiar with the challenges of scaling the technology. It's coming, some day; these things are hard.
FWIW, I bought some of the $59 units NoMoreRack is selling (for video chat between grandparents and kids) and aside from a terrible viewing angle on the screen, they're no worse than my 3 year old phone. Wifi seems fine, boot time is reasonable, Hangouts works, Netflix is claimed to work.
May I ask the Fedora people to offer a long term Fedora distro or maybe a rolling release or maybe switch from 6 Months to every 12 Months ?
If you install Fedora release n on Day 1, you don't need to install Fedora release n+2 until 13 or 14 months later (assuming you want updates).
Something like Arch's approach of continually rolling updates is actually starting to look like the better idea, since they have to pay attention to breakage and upgrade issues.
Not if you use software RAID, you're not - there has been no supported way to upgrade since Fedora 16 if you do something bizarre, like mirror your drives.
Unless this got fixed in 20 and the bz was never updated.
If XP works and the computer works for the task at hand, why upgrade?
What is 'working for the task' in this case? Is 'safe to use on the Internet' part of the criteria?
So you're saying Linux/GNU fans that use FreeBSD aren't capable of being FreeBSD fans. There's a flaw in your argument.
Remember, 'fan' is short for 'fanatic'. Logic isn't really part of it.
The traditional meaning of the phrase "begs the question" makes no logical sense when one looks at the actual meaning of the individual words.
When you beg for money, you wish to receive it without working for it, earning it, etc. When you beg a question, you assume the premise that is raised without working to prove it. The meanings are quite similar and related.
The trick may be that common usage of "beg" is almost always "beg for".
Doing something innovative, like magsafe, takes time and is the exact sort of things that patents should protect.
Apple took the power connector used on most countertop deep fat fryers, did it "on a computer", got a 20 year monopoly for that, and *this* is the sort of thing that patents should protect?