And suddenly I have to scroll the damned page to read the exact same amount of information on a 23" monitor.
It is obviously a plot to get you to by a 36" 4K monitor.
OpenJDK does not suffer of this bad update process because distributions use their package manager to push updates.
That assumes one allows unattended updating or a strict adherence to checking and installing the updates manually, or not being allowed to install updates because it can only be an approved configuration and the configuration change board never meets...
What could possibly go wrong?
per square-furlong gross national product of 10 most polluted cities in the world
Plugged that into Wolfram Alpha, it didn't understand it directly. It instead offered up the factorization of 10. I'm disappointed.
Perl6 Design Docs: https://design.perl6.org/
Yes, that is exactly the page which led me to make my comment.
The great thing about solar farms is 50 foot of trees at the edge of the property completely hides them from ground level.
If you live in a region where 50 foot trees grow naturally, then they are a reasonable sight block. In parts of the world, those trees would require assistance to survive, possibly using water that isn't available locally.
In other words, you as a CableCard user were treated as the second-class red-headed stepchild, by the fact that they forced you to actually go to one of their shitty stores and stand in line rather than mail you the device like they would for somebody asking for a set-top box.
No, I chose to go over there myself. Needed to get out of the house anyway.
Mathematics is the only science where one never knows what one is talking about nor whether what is said is true. -- Russell