You raise a good point. Maybe people are moving left socially, but right economically.
If the thing was life, NASA would be highly secretive about it until everything has been checked and reviewed and the President make the announcement.
The Raspberry PI is both very small and very cheap while maintaining the flexibility of a desktop computer makes it an exceptionally versatile device.
She has the power to resolve conflicts between the executive and the legislative branches of government, usually replacing the executive with someone that the legislature can support or by forcing an election. Recent experience has shown that is something that could be useful in the United States
Aren't there a couple FOSS compilers that support Delphi to a greater or less degree?
Sounds like they are arbitrarily defining computing as a simulation of the universe, therefore the actual universe cannot compute. I think this unnecessarily limiting people's imagination.
Besides, from the inside of a simulation its all real to you.
Using the word "evildoers" in a context other then a Saturday morning cartoon means that he is brainwashed.
If you look into what caused the banking crisis of 1998, the gentle dance between companies and insurers turned into a disastrous death spiral of greed and stupidity. The Libertarian solution of letting the banks fail would have caused a depression, the mother all externalities.
They probably said that about the ENIAC, too.
I thought the whole point of these elaborate DRM schemes was to prevent the movies from being played in an emulated or virtualized envirnment where the video could be intercepted.
If it does, why bother?
One advantage of these 3rd party email services is that you can't tell who is emailing who without getting access to their servers. It seems some of them are willing to go out of business to prevent that.
Many people point out this discussion about Snowden is a distraction from the discussion of the information he reveled. Perhaps the same poll should be done about the NSA.
I'm sure some of them try do something, although I'm sure some of them are dead now. Do we abandon them?
Of course, most people just go with the flow. Do you condemn them for being human?
Despite this setback conditions in Somalia are improving. Pretty good for the most lawless place in the world.
The people engaging in these attacks represent a minority of the people who live there.
"improving at a more rapid rate than networks in most developed countries"
I guess that's because the US has the most room for improvement.