No the point isn't as much about convincing the people with the strong views, but to people who didn't have a particular view already.
Well Wolfenstein 3d wasn't the first either, but it was on that set the bar. For the model of the 3d Shoot-em-ups. Which doom then used with some more advanced technology that made it move a little smoother and a little more interesting game.
I think TFA over did the multi-player. As you needed 2 computers next to each other over a Null-Modem Cable, so most people didn't play multi-player.
Part of the problem is the fact that Europe has been trying to block free speech on it.
I am not supporting racist or care for their ideals. But blocking out hate speech is more dangerous then trying to stop it.
Because the hate speech goes underground, where there is no sense of the scope of the problem. So the government doesn't understand how big the problem is and unable to do an appropriate protection of the hated groups.
Secondly there isn't a counter dialog going on to discredit the hate logic. So people get this feed of hate in private and told that it is taboo, so they keep it quite, however there isn't anyone pointing out the flaw in their reasoning. So they can create more people who hate.
Free speech is necessary, however it isn't safe or easy.
Well I think it might be more based on the Web Technology available.
2 years ago, HTML 5 was quite new and the browser support was kinda spotty, so if you were to make rich web applications you needed stuff like Flash, to get the similar effect.
Which is actually why it makes it a stupid law.
Its only benefit would be able to charge someone with more fines and problems when they have already performed an illegal act.
People: We have a Gun that is undetectable by normal means.
Government: We can't have that because people who want to hurt people with guns can get past detection. So lets make a law to fix that.
People: So If I wanted to hurt someone with a gun, which is already breaking a bunch of laws, I will just need to break one more.
Government: Thats right, and it will save you money because we will not need to invest into finding ways to track your gun.
Why doesn't the government add an extra $100 fine for performing an illegal activity.
A browser is a browser.
If my desktop is Windows 7 or less, or Linux I use chrome.
Windows 8, 8.1 I use IE, not because I really like the browser but I like the pinch zoom, and gestures that isn't in the Metro Chrome. I do use Crome if I am in Desktop Mode for other apps.
If I am using a Mac I use Safari.
And in all honesty, there isn't really the big difference just as long as you are using the latest of each browser.
At work They forced me on IE 8 and it sucks, but it also an Ancient browser.
Which is very ironic because Firefox popularity came from the fact that it was a small light weight browser.
Then they kept on adding crap to it, so it is nearly as bloated as IE is. While Chrome has been taking the lime light as the small lightweight browser.
Sometimes it is best to hide something in plain sight.
Well it would make sense for using MMORG for communication especially for communicating violent activities.
As similar activities are part of the game. You would expect the communication wouldn't raise any red flags.
Yea Wine was a real easy project that just came out in no time at all.
Now even today Wine isn't used as a Windows Emulator/Replacement. But for a few targeted applications that you need to work with. If you have mostly windows apps, then you will be using Windows for better usage.
But I remember Wine back in the late 90's. It took a long time to get working and there is still a lot of work to go.
For the most part, people have switched to visualizing Windows in Linux as things work nearly 100%.
You got the hippy liberals who complain that you are hurting the environment or poisining the people or a shill to corporate culture.
You got the religious nut conservatives who will complain that your ideas go against God, ethiclly wrong, part of a plot from the government to take control over the populous.
We got Hollywood making scientists socially inept egg heads, used to fill plot holes with techno babble.
If we try to do science at home we get arrested for doing something that may be dangerious.
No, but if they are feeling sick and generally like crap they may have some more autism like symptoms, until they get better.
However Anxiety often called butterflies in your stomach for a reason. You feel a little stress and your body reacts to the stress which then feed backs to the brain and escalates it.
Now if you have Gut Bacteria (which we all do and for the most part it is a good thing) but your particular unique combination tends to react harder when you feel a little stress then it could cause the anxiety reflex. Other people they may still get the same initial stress but their bacteria mixture in their body doesn't react to it the same way and stops the feedback problem.
If this idea is truly the case in humans, then we may be able to treat autism with a mixture of antibiotics and probiotics to kill of the bad bacteria and add some good ones.
Bah I have been playing lunar lander well into the 1990's
Now if the Union Leaders tried to keep a peaceful strike. That is one thing.
This isn't a strike it was planed malicious attack.
Also Civil disobedience isn't protected by law. It means you are breaking the law for a cause. Now that you are going to break the law, you get caught you will face the penalty.
Now if society feels your disobedience was worth it, you will be a marter for your cause, and cause future laws to be changed. However for the most part you will still be in jail.