In reality, both were correct, in their own way. You have to remember the hardware they were using in 1992. Its NOT what you have today. Not by a long shot.
If dead people can vote, they can go to war also.
helicopters ride on a LOT of air. the cops could have just gotten over the drone and slapped it down.
...underwater in a thunderstorm while blindfolded.
I think "YEC" is quite fitting.
CRAC - Creationists Rationalizing Age Creatively
X86 has gone away. Everyone is using X86-64 and Arm. I would be more Unix like systems are ARM than X86 or X86-64.. So is AMD64 X86-64 orX86/64? I can never remember.
Except he was right in 1992.
He just underestimated the growth in speed and power of a PC. On a 386 with 4 megs of memory and a single slow hard drive he was right.
It's your father's microkernel. A more elegant weapon for a more civilized age.
That's not what your mom said.
So we really need a new name for when a company regularly avoids so much tax that it makes a profit off the tax system and another one for when it regularly pays zero taxes and shifts all of it's profits to another country while also consuming resources in the host company.
I kinda like parasiticorp for the second one.
The first is probably more "Evil scum back leeching bastards" but that seems too mild.
I wish I could mod this up.
I recently learned Microsoft MVC, being an old application programmer. Once I grasped the concept, I ended up with three competing database models to the same bloody schema in SQL Server, because some controls use AJAX/Entity Framework, others JSON/SQLDataObject, still others a SQLClient loaded on page load.
I got it to work, but what a rube goldberg machine it is, complete with the maintenance headache that implies.
It's a shame that browsers have such freakouts over self signed certs, because there is really little difference between them and officially signed certs. IMHO SSH did a better job of this by simply having you inspect the certs the first time you log on to a site and storing the result, only freaking out if the cert changes. It eliminates the complex chain of trust that in the end comes down to just trusting people you don't know anyway and hoping that none of the thousands of people involved are corruptible or incompetent.
They're not always effective; governments seem to be free to ignore these things if it appears to be politically motivated.
INTERPOL itself has no teeth. It's left to the nations themselves to decide if they care what it has to say on a case-by-case basis. It permits information sharing (etc) but does not require it. Their goal is "To ensure and promote the widest possible mutual assistance between all criminal police authorities within the limits of the laws existing in the different countries and in the spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights" and not to enforce laws themselves.
To imagine that Glass is always pointed at something interesting is pretty narcissistic, don't you think?
Only if you fail to understand that it's always pointed at something interesting to the wearer. I know this is complicated, but please do try to keep up.