The internet made me ambidextrous.
Who cares about the fucking moon, it's a huge fucking desolate wasteland. Save for boots on the ground there no one is going to claim all of it. By the time someone starts an industrial plant up there you'll have all other aspiring world power nations shitting their pants and pouring billions into competing projects so you'll be lucky if you claim a crater or two for yourself.
In the end it will be economical trade anyway. Someone will be sitting on surplus steel and someone will not bother to send a fucking smelting plant for 25 billion to the moon.
Akira - based on a real story.
Doesn't seem too appealing to me.
The judge probably has his hands full of all the money he got as part of the deal.
Now if only all objects of value had such karmic theft protections. The world would be a better place.
And by your logic we should keep chasing those feel-good zero-impact idiot ideas that makes things slightly inconventient for us so that we feel we're doing something, while totally ignoring the big issues.
"It's okay that there's polluting factories in china because plastic bags and incandescent lights are banned in Europe!"
It's also a drop in the ocean when you consider the amount of other plastic item packagings and liters of fuel the average consumer uses per year. It's an imaginary problem.
Make an automatic answering machine that gives the impression of listening. If no one is talking on the other end It should randomly pick a very diffuse question like "i'm confused about this whole deal?" and "i'm still not sure what you want" and "are you really sure you have the right person" and so on.
After picking 10 random of these it says "bye" and hangs up.
But those few square kilometers that we miss to cover will spontaneously catch fire when all warming have to flee to them.
" 67% said the complexity of malware is a chief factor; 67% said the volume of malware attacks; and 58% cited the ineffectiveness of anti-malware solutions."
And the remaining 40% said these numbers don't add upp.
There's desert farming concepts that use evaporation of seawater and condensation to provide freshwater to plants for no huge extra water cost.
But clearly that have to be impossible because we're supposed to starve from overpopulation and be generally miserable because that's how the environmentalists want it.
Just teach your kids to touch that other one while yelling "you can't touch me back or I tell the teachers!"
And then teach them Newton III to use in defence if the teachers are cunts("well your honor, technically we both touched eachother at the same time")
It's also a way to potentially slow down bug solving. You write the patch and just before you hit submit, you realize "Oh wait, I could get paid for this" so you create a $1 bribe for said bug, wait until it have some dollars more, then submit and cash out.
It might even lead to more bugs appearing in the software. If there's some 1000 bugs you know because you added some willfully sloppy code, there's obviously money to be made.
Want more features? Well think of it like DLC. Oh they're ready all right but I'm waiting for the bribe request.
Some men just wants to see the world burn.
Who cares about what world and when.
"the charming ideas guy" is a derogatory term in my book. It represents the hopeless idiot that have his idea of the new facebook/WoW/sliced bread and looks for someone to work for free to help him make it.
The cooperation will last approximately a week because the idea guys doesn't have a clue about any technical detail or the process required to fulfil a fraction of his ideas.
And there's like a billion of these morons.
What drives tech progress is competence and ideas.