Apple doesn't need the fastest hardware—it only needs hardware that will run its OS fast enough. Because the only thing that matters is if the machine feels responsive enough. If it does, then it works.
How can it be a bad thing for Steve Jobs' death to have brought increased awareness of Dennis Ritchie's contributions? Assuming, that is, that there's ANY connection between the two. It doesn't have to be a competition.
You're not masturbating nearly enough.
Thank Eris for those last five words.
Overlapping windows were patented by Apple, so they couldn't be implemented.
Unlike, of course, the rest of the Macintosh OS.
Jetpacks coming next year. Warp drive in two, tops.
I have to admit I take perverse pleasure in this idea. But I'm not sure how much my own ignorance buttresses that pleasure—hence my reluctance to admit to it.
...it's just plain ugly, and we just don't need it. This begs the question "what is hate speech?," but that's not my department (I am not a SCOTUS Justice).
But we certainly don't need hate speech.
You don't, you give it the death penalty. Carve it up and [...]
Well, maybe forty years ago... corporations have way too much power & influence now. AT&T, ExxonMobil, GE--they'd never let a precedent like that be set these days.
Linux conventions dictate that whole word options be preceded with a double hyphen
Isn't that a GNU convention?
sudo google Skylab -activate -w -terminate "Humans"
Don't forget the -i flag for interactive mode, so you don't accidentally clobber Scarlett Johansson.
Let me know when someone really does build a server with 512 atoms.
"History shows again and again how nature points out the folly of man."