Players who are frustrated by cheaters are also ready to boycott Steam. If I were Steam, I would serve my frustrated, honest users. We also maintain a gaming site, and you cannot believe how many people get angry because of cheaters.
I have no issue if they only check for domains or only selectively download the list. But I use three different machines for gaming, development, and system administration.
As one of the world's fastest typists, Sean Wrona is definitely a real touch typist and he recommends using caps lock even for a single upper case letter.
Regarding subconsciously pressing shift: I wanted to write a quantitative example, therefore I had to count switching between left and right shifts. I am far from being a professional typist, but as far as I know my 60-70 words/minute (depending on language) speed is above average.
If you touch-type instead of search and peck, then the problem is not holding the shift key, but the continuous switching between the two shift keys as you type letters from the opposite side of the keyboard.
So to type your example sentence fragment "LONG AS THEY REMOVE THE CAPS LOCK" without CAPS LOCK I had to switch between shifts 12 times, not counting the release and press of shift at spaces. If I add those too, then CAPS LOCK spares me 17 key presses and releases, that is 34 finger movements in a short sentence.
I believe every touch-typist use the CAPS LOCK key, if they ever write text in upper case. For example, C macros, Java constants or Bash environment variables are all written in upper case by convention.
If I would use the SHIFT key, then I have to press the LEFT SHIFT, then the RIGHT SHIFT for the next letter, and so on, depending on whether the letter to be typed is on the left or the right side of the keyboard.
By the way, basic touch typing can be learnt in ten minutes on a non-staggered keyboard layout, like Kinesis Advantage or the Maltron keyboards.
deallocation can (and often is) made O(1) using memory pools in C and C++ programs, something that can't be done in GCd languages
as long as a USB drive is fat32
Does this mean that I am paying to Microsoft if I buy an UEFI motherboard? AFAIK they still extort money for their FAT file systems. Why did somebody choose FAT? If I am clever enough to dual boot than I am also clever enough to format a drive with the completely free ext2.
My point is that if we have no OFFLINE backup, then a physical or network attack can destroy both our live data and our online backups at the same time. If I were an attacker, and I would really like to destroy a firm, then I would first target their backup system. If I can delete all backups immediately thats the best. If not, I would slowly poison their data, so their backups become useless. Only after that I would destroy live data. Therefore it is not enough if you have one offline backup, you must have several one, recorded at different times.
We do use replication, and we have standby servers. Those are useful for high availability. But that is not backup.
We also used offline disks for backups, but I find that inconvenient, and the backup software we use supports tapes much better than disks. I also do not trust disks for long term storage, see my other comment about this.
Until now we were the subject of targeted hacking attempts a few times every year, and they become more sophisticated as the time goes on. I am quite happy here, I want to keep my workpace safe.