The funny thing is anti-vax started out on the hippie left, and spread to the religiot right.
And socialist, at that... Naziism was hardly socialist, name notwithstanding.
I've only ever bluescreened any NT Windows on metal once in my life. A couple days ago. Prolly a dying usb port.
I used Ubuntu for one version - 05/10, I think it was - then went back with Debian, the previous Linux distro I had used.
I tend to agree on that. Admittedly I'm an "old earth creationist" who believes that there was a "re-creation" or repopulation after a cataclysmic event, but I accept that from the point that life started here, it has not been stagnant, and has been changing and mutating in ways one might call evolution.
There's ups and downs for both approaches. I admit that.
I like to use older or less powerful systems. I got a rather weaksauce Linux netbook I take around with me when I leave the house for long periods of time. I still run an IBM 5160. So naturally, I'm biased toward the optimize-for-speed approach.
When writing emulators I'm willing to sacrifice a little accuracy for a major speed boost. I had an Apple
I'd like to see something like MAME written around the idea of optimizing for efficiency (speed and size) rather than accuracy.
Two Buck Chuck, the cheap wine from Aldi Nord-owned Trader Joe's that won a taste test and made French wine connoisseurs' heads explode.
More or less my perspective. Though I don't think an anarchic market is necessarily "free" - as much as I think that certain restrictions are necessary in a society to maintain the overall freedom (like, you can't just go around killing people
I tend to consider the term "libertarian" poisoned by the faux-libertarian randroids, so I don't call myself such a thing.
You'd want another libc too, like MUSL.
Most people I've seen around here STILL use CRTs.
Indeed: with private dedicated servers and VPSes getting cheaper and cheaper, there's less and less of an excuse to rely on public servers.
It would me certainly.
I have a tendency not to notice things in my field of vision, so I'd be a danger on the road.
I've heard the Gtk3 devs are actively trying to prevent their stuff from being used outside of apps intended for GNOME 3 itself.
Not sure how true that is though.