Sorry, but I just can't see the feasibility of flying cars unless they're entirely autonomous. Getting a pilot's license is difficult for good reason, and is also part of why flying is so safe. I can't see how well it would work to teach everyone how to fly given that.
I don't understand why Sidhpurwala didn't have a back up contact in another time zone that could have been contacted when he was asleep.
Sure, but I'm willing to bet there are some people that have paid for OpenSSL support, and I'm willing to bet they will get compensation for this.
But still no lawsuit. Then again, this is what happens with proprietary software too.
To a certain extent, you're right, but open source lives and breaths on its reputation, and I'm fairly certain that the coders behind OpenSSL are employed somewhere in their capacity to actually write code. I'm not certain that they're necessarily employed to write OpenSSL code, but it wouldn't surprise me. On top of that, many employers of open source developers often offer paid support for what their employees are coding up.
And so to the extent of their reputation, and any paid support provided, they will be held to account.
Did he mention anywhere that he's apologized for what he did?
Did he mention anywhere that he's changed his position?
Did mention anywhere that he would try to make up for what he did in the past?
I'm pretty sure he didn't do any of that. Sure, he said that Mozilla would continue to be inclusive, but he said nothing about his own views.
Just because something sounds like propaganda doesn't mean it's not true. That doesn't even begin to cover how many scientists actually believe that the IPCC reports are too conservative in their predictions.
Yeah, but bubbles are messy, but they are fun, but it's so hard to get them in order with them floating around, and people popping them. That's the worst. Just once I have them all in order, someone goes and pops one of them. I could never figure out where to put the bubbles that have another bubble inside them.
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With Wine, they must be translated to OpenGL...
This isn't as true as it used to be. Direct3d 9 has been implemented with Gallium3d, and the Wine developers, as I understand it, plan on taking advantage of that.
A quick google...
I see what you did there.
In my experience, Outlook Web Access has always worked better in Firefox than it has in IE.
That seems obvious, but what are users going to do if all of it disappears behind these encrypted black holes?
This brings up an interesting thought. Since the total number of Bitcoins is fixed, and if these coins seem to now be irrecoverable, what happens to the currency when it disappears into encrypted black holes like this?
Same with Deja Dup, which comes installed on Ubuntu. It actually works rather beautifully.