I'm pretty sure Firefox turned around and finished Firefox. *sigh*
I hope that it informs thoughtful discussion on the point. More training and gun ownership is better.
That's not destruction of property, that's maintenance of property. Want a better analogy than the soccer ball? If your neighbor parks in your driveway without permission you can probably have him towed. What you can't do is take a 9 Iron to his headlights.
01 May 2015 (Bernie Sanders running for president)
Bernie Sanders is running for president.
He's going to have my vote.
In fact if you go right to stallman.org it's current front and center at the top.
Yes, those of us using CP/M on our VT102s can't just pipe everything through more "more" you insensitive clod!
Beta was unfinished, everyone knew that, so the grousing that somehow it was "clearly inferior" or would break Slashdot was completely misplaced. Slashdot made it clear from the start that this was being put out for feedback purposes, not because it was feature complete. They said it wasn't feature complete.
Just issue everyone a new set of fingerprints.
It's possible to have capslock functionality without giving it its own key. What about Alt-Numlock for that tiny subset of situations where it's necessary?
(Yay I posted an XKCD at last! That means I automatically get +6 Insightful!)
Alas constants tend to also have a lot of digits in them, so you'd win on the underscores, but lose for the other non-alphas.
Maybe it's time underscore was its own key anyway...
Although, I do like to imagine some of the rage typists are actually holding in the [Shift] key...
THANKS FOR TELLING ME ABOUT CAPS LOCK1 NOW I DON'T HAVE TO HOLD THE SHIFT KEY ANYMORE1
If Apple ever sells OS X for non Apple hardware, then sure. But as of now, given it requires non-commodity hardware that most people don't have, it may well increase marketshare, but it's not going to take over the world in the same way Windows has.
No, that would still be destruction of property. The fact that it's on your property does not give you the right to destroy it. If the neighbor's kid kicks a soccer ball over your fence does that give you the right to slash it with a knife before you return it to them? Of course not.