This. Exactly this. Noone with ethics could buy this. No matter technology or quality.
You probably intend to be funny, but imagine a peer-to-peer power system when you're in town out of battery ! could be nice. Technically impossible maybe but anyway.
That raises the question : is laziness a choice ? I mean, honestly. Do you never ask yourself what kind of process turns an ever-moving 2 years old kid to a lazy 25 years old man/woman ? There are a lot of things that makes you become so. Having a paid job and voting for the blue or the red (if you can make a difference between the two) is a perverse form a intellectual laziness.
A slave can fight for his freedom. Some have done so in history, with various issues. But if you can't realize you're a slave... you don't even see the point of fighting. And this appears to be what your master prefers.
You're not uneducated, as your signature shows that you know what is going on:
"Why is it so hard to only have politicians for a few years, then have them go away?"
Simple, really. That's because they are the masters. And we are the slaves. Got it ?
This will cost money and will eventually fail. That is control and humiliation for the sake of it.
Should have this happen in North Korea, you would have considered it differently.
In our local transport system here in france, some stupid bureaucrates have decided we must "validate" our card altrough our money has been taken out of our banking account the month before ! It required a costly system, no doubt, paid twice its real value. But you have no garantee there will have a train.
Money for control, no money for service.
Does a global global anti-government organization even exist or is it all a fabrication ala Stakeknife and Operation Northwoods?
Yes it's called IWA - US section would be welcomed, i think. IWA
About search : maybe you can permit some parts (mail addresses ? some words ? tags ?) to be indexed on the client, in an encrypted form ? To what extent it will compromise the security of a message if you know some words in it ?
Anyway, a part of a security system is simply a good memory. The most you can remember (in your head only) the better.
Still, that's simplified, but things to think about.
You must be kidding.
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over-generalisation... i've helped some totally clueless (bordering to aolish) users without being even gently ironic. As if support from windows guys was always free from sarcam !
oh, wait... isn't that you call trolling ?
From what i've seen, if " By the end, I was still worse than most people after their first year"
I think i was HIGHLY passionate about playing music. I tried to learn. So after a few months i began to forget to train. Not deliberately, only i wake up in the morning and said : "oops i forgot to play yersteday evening". When it came to computer i never forgot... that, i think, make the difference.
The best in any field is the most OBSEDED about this field. They just can't think about something else. Hence Booby Fisher.
"It also ignores that many of the same exact problems exist for Windows"
So is stated at the end of the page : "If I had to create a list of Windows problems, it would be almost as long as this one. Intrinsic Windows problems are almost impossible to fix unless...."
But it is wrong when he states : "if a comment over there gets promoted to +5 insightful it certainly means that many people share the same opinion or have the same experience." - Cause your very comment was promoted +5.
You can't be more extremist than me about linux - but i must admit it has problems. Lots. I don't suffer them because i use it the right way. I can't compare windows because i don't run it, even at work. But i do not, ever, complain. Linux is mine. If i want it to work better, i'd make it work. Or shut TF up.
I am french, and i can tell you all : there are no problem in nuclear here. Never. Go back to sleep. Thanks for your attention.
In fact, here in France, it is almost illegal to put "problem" and "nuclear" in the same sentence without any negation...
I always heard chinese and japanese people smile when they are embarrassed.
About the "ten-years" : i once had a book, when i was a young boy, about year 2000. It was for kids, ok. But i remember it told a lot about things that never happens. (Like living on the moon). Things have changed in a so impredictable way !
I read that on