I agree, if the government take the subside money, it would never reach the objective. A better solution would be to enforce fossil fuel producers to collect an amount of the co2 their product generates as externalities. Using the same logic that is used to tires and batteries in some contries: if my product pollutes, I am duty to clean.
For me, it looks like an old KDE skin.
Would be nice a more democratic comment voting system like reddit/facebook instead of the current moderation points model. And lighter comment boxes could lessen eye fatigue.
An anonymous reader writes: CodeGear, the company formerly known as the Borland Developer Tools Group, announced today a new product called "Delphi for PHP." While it doesn't appear to have anything to do with the Delphi language, it does appear to be an integrated development environment that resembles the Delphi IDE, but using the PHP language and a visual web design framework called "VCL for PHP." At less than $300, if it's all they say it is, they could have something great on their hands. But what does it have to do with Delphi?