Would having the source allow one to spoof one's location?
$336/12 months per year is $28 a month.
Could you be more specific? And how would an ordinary user even deal with the kernel?
I use Beamer for mathematical presentations, but I use PowerPoint for stuff in words.
Actually web-based applications come at a great price. Their history discourages communication and thinking. Back in the day of text, there were much better tools for communicating than we have in web-apps, web-sites, and in particular blogs. The textarea widget is a muzzle on good discourse, on the ability to argue and persuade. It encourages people to not address one another and to talk past each other. It should be abolished.
And yet you are using a web-based app to say this.
Oh, vi annoyed me more than a week, and emacs didn't annoy me at all. In my original post, I should have said that I find modal text editors annoying, rather than they're just annoying.
Costco and other sell knockoff compatible pods for far less
But wasn't the point of the article that you could no longer use knockoffs with Keurig?
I didn't say I only preferred web-based applications. It's just that my email accounts are web accessible. I would not particularly care for a web-based text editor.
The mail account on which I run Thunderbird is web accessible. Why would I need to run ssh? Besides, it runs fine under ssh -X.
Your e-mail reader should never be used as your text editor.
But I never use Thunderbird as a text editor.
Off you go now
Really, do you expect me to leave?
Wrong again. Emacs is a very good text editor.
I need TeX/LaTeX. And GNU emacs.
TeXLive (never use your distro's version of TeX/LaTeX -- always just install TeXLive)
Why not use your distro's version?
But is vi learnable in the first place?