Yep, it's changed. LTS (server & desktop) supported for 5 years, with a new LTS release every two years. Non-LTS supported for 9 months (or longer).
It's my understanding that copyright is bestowed at the moment a work is created, whether it is officially filed or not.
Ya, there certainly is a need for give and take, I agree with that. But, even with a flat tax rate, the mega-earner is already paying a lot more in. A $100,000 income at 20% would result in $20,000 in taxation, while $50,000,000 income would result in $10,000,000.
A confiscatory tax rate of 90% would also keep the earner of that money from doing good things with it themselves. If I had that kind of money, I would want to help others in ways that I decide, not just throw it into a federal pool and watch the bureaucrats throw it to their buddies and campaign supporters.
I won't pretend I know what would be the ideal top rate, but it feels like 33% would be pushing the max I would be comfortable with. I would also argue that it's not the government's mission to maximize revenue. Maybe the feds should settle for a 15% income rate (state and local consuming the rest), and get by on what they get.
That's just childish. I never said anything about subscribing to services or screwing the poor. If I make $2 million instead of $1 million, it doesn't cost twice as much to take me to the hospital, it doesn't cost twice as much for a cop to patrol my street.
I have never understood how anyone could morally justify confiscating 90% of someone else's income for income over a certain amount. I don't care if your intentions are altruistic or not, you simply don't have the right to make that choice for me. If you want to spend that money, go earn it yourself and spend it however you want, and I'll do the same.
It's 5 to 8 hours later in England than it is here. They've had a few more hours to report on it than we have.
Uhh what earth do you live on? In mine the sun rises in the East and sets in the West
Same Earth, you're both correct. The UK is ahead of the US, which makes the time later there. So, 12:00pm in the US is 5:00pm in the UK (except when it's 4:00pm... damn you DST), which is 5 hours later.
I know I'm an old fart, but I was taught not to call my mom at work unless it was really important (and could get her in trouble if I called too frequently). When I was old enough to work, my employers highly frowned upon taking personal calls at work.
Times have certainly changed, but I still think that's the way it should be.
Maybe he simply left out the word "that." As in, "It is pre-rendering that made the world feel less immersive." Could go either way, or maybe we're both wrong.
...does it run Docker? *ducks*
Is there any free videos source available online?
No, still doesn't work. You would have to replace the "any" with "a", to get that to work. Or change the "Is" to "Are", and change "videos source" with "video sources".
Ending up with:
* "Is there a free videos source available online?" (though I think I would prefer : "Is there a free source of videos available online?")
* "Are there any free video sources available online?"
Yes, and it's called Slashdot Grammar Nazis Open Courses (SGNOC).
(By the way, the correct syntax is "Are there any free
How would "Is there any free videos..." be correct?
The summary nor the article itself mention how much these things cost. Does the $100 discount bring it down to $90? $900? I have no idea.
What do most people on the Internet use to fulfill the use cases that RSS fulfills to nerds?
I'm inclined to think that most use nothing, or maybe bookmarks. Most probably just have a small number of sites they regularly visit.