My original post was merely a jest of the Streisand effect; I'd not previously searched for sites for Ebook downloads but now I know - as do others - their URLs.
your ISP filtering your mail? I don't, and prefer to filter my own, for completely obvious reasons.
So HP are paying out even though they state the case has "no merit". Are they hoping that the other "no merit" case (against former Autonomy owners) will bring fruit?
Although I'm an avid reader of books and I believe in a free (as in freedoms) internet, it is a difficult balance between control and anarchy (the modern meaning of). Authors of books should have the incentive to earn a living from publishing their work but it seems that the few consumers who find a way to access works at no cost create an excuse for censorship. Censorship need have no limits, and in particular can be used as a method of control.
Yes, very good. Mod that man up!
Yes I read the article thanks. I doubt an ISP block would prevent those on on this forum from visiting if they wanted. However, many like me hadn't heard of those resources. That makes me wonder how much revenue they are actually losing.
I'll have to take a look.
Without windows it'll seem just like the parent's basement, but without Windows.
I'll take your 61 and raise it by 3. My digital experience started in the late 1960's when DTL was common and TTL was new. A CPU was an ALU and gates. Now I show the "Digital Natives" how to use the (current) technology, when I'm not constructing it.
As the land sinks, they have to become taller to see over the dykes - both kinds...
Hardly a law... It could be an attempt to learn more by contacting other civilisations, or it could be a trap to enslave other civilisations
"Well, Billy Joe never had a lick of sense; pass the biscuits, please
Whatever weasel words they use to justify their actions, the machine is primarily intended to create weapons to kill and maim people.
Anyone who thinks this is a good idea should read: http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Ro... Possibly the funniest read I've ever had, especially as I saw elements of myself in his character... Oh and if you thinks it's a bad idea I still recommend the book.
Of note is that wma clients represent less than 5% of their audience, and presumably is a diminishing percentage. That's what makes replacing the equipment and licenses expensive.
This is nothing new. My son is now 29 and at school was in this situation. He isn't even a techie, he's an artie, but had computer access at home from birth. I think the only answer is to have technical professionals teaching. At school (in the 60's) I learned metalwork and woodwork, not from graduates, but from tradesmen who been taught teaching skills.