If I were a game developer and nobody hated my game, I might be worried about that. If all the public does is collectively shrug its shoulders at your work, you might be in trouble.
I've run across a few sites here and there that won't display any content unless I disable ad-blocking. I'm surprised this isn't more prevalent. Surely it's cheaper to pay a programmer to write some code than paying lawyers to do their thing.
Yeah, one guy cracks a key and sends two emails with it. Where is the "massive misuse"?
I can think of three reasons why nobody WTFM:
1. It's hard. Would you want to write a manual for Excel or 3ds Max? I wouldn't. Where to begin and how to organize it?
2. It's time consuming. Software is bigger than ever, at least on the desktop.
3. It's not sexy.
I'd move to the boonies in a heartbeat if I could find a job close by and if a decent internet connection were available.
No, you have to be at 10, the highest quality to avoid watermarking. Setting quality to 9 (and presumably lower, but that's not indicated in the post) enables watermarking. What's important is what the default is, which I haven't seen mentioned anywhere.
Well, I know which language I'm choosing the next time I need a "Hello, World!" application.
I know! That damned radio constantly blares rap music every time I use my car! How annoying!
I'm allergic to cashews.
Can't have a Firefox thread without some bleating & yammering about memory leaks...
Unity wants to hide scrollbars, GNOME does away with minimize and maximize buttons, and now browsers are hiding the URL bar. Next up--the window! This overly complicated UI element must be hidden from users, it does nothing but confuse them!
> Why does shit like this "article" even get posted?
To serve as a warning to others.