If this keeps up, at least Slashdot will die in a fashion faithful to the old days.
Like some other commenters I would say those like the author are not aware what they are asking for when calling for the protection of this one standard. Please offer a laptop/mobile keyboard with column and not staggered keys. And more thumbs keys while you are at it.
Please mark this bullshit as apple where it belongs
I agree the plugin system has made Winamp versatile enough to have lived without major updates.
I would like to know how you are implementing the playlist autoexpand on hover, unless you mean docking... could not seem to find info on the Moon Glade skin
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In the longterm of things, all proprietory systems will be just noise
* 256GB SSD (seems 128GB would be the base model)
* 3200x1800 resolution
* Touch Screen
* Haswell Processor
* 12 Hours battery life
* More 'standard' ports as compared to Apple's proprietary ports."
When it understands itself
How about stop trying to mold your users, remove your head from the cloud and help reverse a numbifying trend by thinking about something concrete - UI design instead?
Design a UI which teaches users, and let them create the only experience which matters, their own, thank you very much
'Anonymous' submitter undoubtedly the author himself currently doing the publicity rounds.
It seems that there might almost be a natural scaling law for multiple sources invoked in a given investigation. With a traditional, established core number of sources, there is more established review of the merits of their reporting. For multiple unestablished or anonymous sources, a certain amount of manpower needed to verify each bias would begin to counter the potential efficiency of crowdsourcing methods. At a certain point, the net gain might cease to scale favourably with numbers, barring emergence of self-organisational practices. How all of this should be taken into consideration when interpreting crowdsourced reports will surely require generations to become known.
Texmacs is great, I have used it and it performs the features I described better than LyX.
I am coming from a perspective of how LyX handles input, however, and while admittedly that too is similar I think LyX is far more polished, customisable and holds a bright future =)
I think Sage will ultimately serve projects where CAS integration is more vital and soluble - my reference to 'notebook' is closer to the traditional kind, but with greater readability by strangers