Automation alone will get you further from there. To get closer, first you need a more Star Trek-like economic system, and then automation.
Hand over even more of our civilization's resources to an even smaller handful of people?
I saw it on a coworkers machine and we were both disappointed.
The whole endless list menu is way too long.
Love the Single Letters too to make it longer still.
If this was a tablet Ok fine but this is gonna cause training issues.
How did it "become" an ISO standard?
**History lesson: How MS got Office Open XML approved**
MS paid the ISO membership fees for a bunch of new ISO members for that one critical ISO vote.
The new members were so happy, they voted to approve Open XML.
This way, the secretive and patent laden file format could be used in government bids where ISO file formats where required.
Soon after this outrageous manoeuvre,
ISO lost it's reputation and became known as I Sold Out.
I can't wait to feed this program some explicit body paint stuff...
I hope Bennett gets his million free air miles so that he'll spend more time traveling and less time writing Slashdot submissions!
Furthermore, France doesn't share a border with Russia, so a repeat of this kind of incident would be almost certain:
Nah that's old school. He's probably a dark enlightenment/neoreactionary type.
You are attacking an inanimate object.
If I put a plutonium rod on your desk, would you do anything about it?
It should be pretty hard to obtain an expendable human in the countries where the remaining rhinos live. C4 is very stable and won't go off on impact, but a stable and long-lasting detonator would be needed.
New idea: Give the rhinos an authentic-looking prosthetic horn with some C4 in it and a tensioned trigger wire running to the old horn stump. If some fucker cuts the horn off, BOOM.
That gives me a great idea - turn the poachers into middlemen. Get them to resell the fake horns at a large profit. It gives them a vested interest in passing off the fake horns as the real thing instead of making them compete with the fake horns, and the smugglers will be none the wiser.
(They suggested an alternative: taxing blank CDs and storage devices, sharing the resulting funds among rightsholders.)
Canada tried this, and naturally, it didn't satiate the rightsholders' infinite greed for long. Don't do this, it's pointless.
If the Mac app store is anything like the iOS app store, it would be a GPL violation to put LibreOffice in there: