How dare you crush his wonderful narrative with such mundane things as facts? You insensitive clod!
Did you know that 83% percent of percentages quoted in online discussion are pulled out of the quoters ass?
This just in: AdBlock, AdBlock Plus, Ghostery and other extensions are available on Safari! Gasp! Whoda thunk? (I'm still using Firefox, out of principle – support the open web)
they came out with a shitty flop of an OS
Hunh? Have they ever done otherwise in the past?
Maybe he was thinking of bus full of dead people or zombies.
But that's a freedom most of the population couldn't care less about. Let's say I was making a fuss, because I couldn't get the InDesign data for all the books I own, and those books were evil, because they were taking away the freedom to design them in a more legible and typographically sound way. You couldn't care less, but honestly I sometimes don't even consider reading something that is designed just too badly, since I am a typography/design geek. But you might not give a flying f*ck about these things. Sometimes things you consider extremely important are just totally irrelevant to others.
And the worst: They stole all the source code and pirated BSD!!!!
The rest of the world will ignore Yahoo.
Really? Last time I checked the first country to cry and declare war in WWI was Austria. WWII well, we fucked up big time the, but looking a bit closer you'll find that Hitler was Austrian, too. So essentially *Austrians* are very good at starting World Wars
Actually there was another captain involved: John Barrowman of "Captain Jack Harkness" (Torchwood, Docto Who) fame being the host made my day
The wright brothers copied the successful earlier attempt to fly by the Lilienthal brothers, their only innovation was putting an engine in the thing, which was somewhat innovative.
Then what about Japan? Yen is stronger, wages are higher yet fibre optic Internet access at 100 Mbps can be had for less money about anywhere in the country.
Well if going thermonuclear is about who's surviving longest, Steve has apparently lost
WebGL. I see Google Maps and their newer 3D approaches to totally become one of the places where people will be happy in the future to have a 64-bit capable browser if they want to load a complete 3D high-resolution map of, say, Rome.