...requires Windows 8.1 or better and Bing on the desktop.
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Fraud with clear intent: Time for the state DA offices to do their work. Federal agencies should be on this like flies on fresh horse shit.
Yes. but then I think everyone should learn the basics of critical thinking. Fundamentals of programming isn't that different from algebra and geometry, so junior high-schoolers should get a dose. If nothing else, they'll learn that programming isn't rocket science: It's a flexible tool which can be used to do rocket science and make Caturday-related goofiness.
As an old English/Philosophy major who really loves Victorian-era literature, I reflect your resentment. What you choose to do with this reflected image is yet another reflection. I had to have science credits, took Biology classes and have benefitted both directly and indirectly ever since. Perhaps it's an attitudinal thing?
I can do this:
Marijuana - check
Cocaine - check
LSD - check
Peyote - check
Mushrooms - check
Strawberry Daqarita - check
Ayn Rand Looney time - check
Do I pass?
Yes it does and it's really foul.
Same thing applies to window managers and DEs (Desktop Environments.) I'm a Slackware with Window Maker person myself, but there are a great many options in terms of window managers. DEs, not so much.
This reminds me of a 31 Flavors ice cream flavor called Lemon Meringue that I really, really (I mean REALLY) liked. For whatever reason, they stopped making it for a long time and when they brought it back, it just didn't taste the same. Did my tastes change over the years? Did the ice cream chef screw up the recipe? Didn't matter, it no longer did the trick. But then I found Hot Cocoa with the little marshmellows and the world was again ice cream heaven. The point of all this? There is no point, go eat some ice cream.
Every time a user chooses what distro to use, they vote.
Don't like the way a distribution does things? Use a different one.
There is a wireless router in my neighborhood named "Snookums" which makes me afraid to know what they named their cat.
It's the Microsoft model: The release is the test.
Here is the Ars article from time past on the subject of just why Google decided on the ASL instead of the GPL:
They are called modules for a reason: You can add or remove at will, including whether or not you bother to build them at all. To say modules are "built into the kernel" is incorrect; module code is included with the kernel source code, but the modules themselves are only built and used if you choose.
As concerns the "insanity" of configuring a kernel, here again you have a choice: Use Ubuntu. But if you want a fast, lean, mean machine you really do want to craft your kernel to fit your specific needs.
Well, I thought that was pretty damn funny: The guy who marked you informative must be having a very sarcastic day.
Kirk: How is the messenger, Bones?
McCoy: He's dead, Jim.
Kirk: Well, I suppose our mission here is accomplished.
McCoy: Yes, I suppose you're right.