We've found that Smart GIT/HG works really well for our GUI repo needs.
I've got to disagree. Installing DR-DOS 7 and QEMU is really a much better option.. Although now that I think about it, that's almost the same as Windows 8. You can only see one app at time right? hmmmm...
Here's what might be a more useful link: The Photographer’s Right
You are correct. I actually carry around paper work in my camera bag for when I get hassled by the police or security guards, that spells out my rights. The ACLU has a page about it, and I don't see why google glass would be any different.
I like the cut of your jib!
D) Cowboy Neal?
Although I concede your point, you've managed to completely remove any humor from my post, that may or may not have been there. I never said she put my or her name on it. For the first few hundred letters to people at your address that you've never heard of you assume it's all sort of some mistake. Then after explaining to the postal carrier that you don't actually in-fact live on a commune nor have more than a passing interest in BDSM; you begin to suspect foul play... You wait for the slip up... for days or weeks or months... someone somewhere is going to ask you about your mail... Then SHE does, and it's ON! You spend your time in the dark hours of the night subscribing her address to news letters most likely watched by DHS or the ATF. Contemplating that maximum amount of hassle you can cause w/o going to jail or breaking a law...
Any who..... In the real world I don't really get any misdelivered mail...
Or having an ex-wife who hates you, and thinks that putting your address on every free give away and mailing list she can get her little passive aggressive hands on between trips to the liquor store is the best way to show her displeasure with getting the shitty divorce attorney, that was some how my fault....
According to my math enforcing a
And there are many people out there who think you can't have a democratic form of government without anonymity. Who'd those campaign contributions come from? Who was that lobbyist? Who actually voted for this and left this hanging chad? Can they please tell us their intention? The debate is apparently still open on both sides of the argument, and is very dependent on the circumstances. Some would also argue that we don't even actually have a democracy now, and that it's more a fascist state.
"Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power."
I agree with you; but this is about preventing people from coming in in the first place. My personal thoughts are that everyone here now, should be able to safely apply and get citizenship. We should welcome the world with open arms, but in an orderly fashion. I think immigration reform will get there, it's a hot button topic now far more than it used to be, and more and more progress is made each year. Slowly, but progress nonetheless.
Our privacy was freely given up by our grandparents, and the New Deal. The minute it became the government's job to keep track of people our privacy started slipping away. We expect, and ask the government to keep track of people. We ask the government to PREVENT crime. We ask the government to do things for us beyond "defending our shores." In doing so we sacrificed, and continue to sacrifice, our time/money and our privacy. Time and Money seem to pay for convenience. Privacy seems to pay for security. I agree with what you're saying, but I think our privacy WAS freely given up, by both the past, and the majority. I think the only thing we can do about it now, is to apply a little Judo, and try and direct where it's going, NOT that it's happening at all. We ARE going to give up all of our privacy in the future, lets make sure that the governments and the corporations have to as well. Let's all go down together.
I think a namespaced, attribute value table would handle this and any new technologies we haven't thought of.
I think this is what we need to be angry about. We need to be fighting for the government to be as open as they want us to be. In the end when it's all said and done, everything should have lost their anonymity. The Government, the corporations, and the people. We're not talking police state here, we're talk'n equal playing field.
As long as I don't have to look at the footage myself.