But you're unencumbered by facts, in your typical style.
Dude, a 18 year old banged (sorry, ALMOST banged) a 15 year old. It's not like some 60ish geezer locked up an 8 year old girl to sodomize her.
Too bad it doesn't apply to EULAs...
like the way you do when your tribal chiefs are in charge
No, that would be the opposite.
Hillary had her own mail server. Big deal. That doesn't make me dislike her any more than I already do because all politicians are clueless about technology.
Yeah, because that's the only thing she's ever done.
And the sad part? So many here will cheer when HTML V5 video is worse in every metric than Flash by a country mile!
Uses more resources? Yep, both CPU cycles and memory, just compare Flash/VP8 to HTML V5 H.264 of the same quality and you'll find its a pig. they try to hide how big a hog it is by offloading to the GPU but guess what? GPU cycles don't grow on tress and all that extra power sucking will equal much quicker battery drain.
Has less features? Yep again, when it comes to animation and gaming HTML V5 isn't anywhere as good as Flash, despite it being in development for...what? The better part of a decade?
And finally the rotting elephant in the room...DRM. Adobe not only has always allowed any format to be put in a flash container but they also have had zero problems with people redistributing Flash or even producing a FOSS option in Gnash. Compare this to HTML V5 which thanks to APPL and MSFT is tied to H.264, a format owned by one of the nastiest patent trolls on the planet. Anybody think they are gonna let FOSS OSes add support without cutting them a check?
I'm all for replacing flash but it should be with something BETTER, what we are getting with HTML V5 is practically a wish list written by APPL and MSFT to help their position. think APPL wants HTML V5 to be great for animation and gaming and possibly compete with their appstore? Think MSFT wants a video format that doesn't have a patent tollbooth for any possible competition?
So if you want to replace Flash? Then replace it with something BETTER, with more features, more open formats, less resource usage. What we are doing is replacing one bad idea for another and that isn't progress to me.
Stellar rays prove fibbing never pays. Embezzlement is another matter.