I think it was a Dolce and Gabbanna store that had young men posing half-naked in Baywatch costumes. There was a long queue in front of the store. While I personally don't understand why these people were willing to wait half an hour to buy some shirts, I utterly fail to feel offended by such promo tactics. Seriously - relax.
Maybe Gravel or Kucinic would have been different. But they only ever had a slim chance, if any.
One can only wonder whether all the existing interfaces for "lawful interception" have been compromised or have insiders using them for espionage.
A democracy stops working for the benefit for all as soon as people stop ignoring the constitution.
Please re-read that sentence.
Minimizing mutable state helps. A lot.
Have a look at functional and object-functional languages and the communities around them. You can make use of their concepts even if you don't switch languages.
The feedback of the indicator is open to interpretation. If you want to search a car, just use it and claim a positive reading. This gives you probable cause for a search. Same as K9 dogs. They are able to detect stuff, but that seems to be becoming merely an additional benefit.
Nope. Each element would use the relevant display properties defined in the CSS. If the value of a property is not explicitly defined, the default value of the property is used. Some of the inconsistencies between browsers stem from the fact that they assume different default properties (like margins) for specific elements.
Personally, I like the clean minimalism of what I think is being proposed.
One step after the other.
That's why flatr might work. You decide to spend a fixed amount of money per month and that amount is split equally between all the pages that you "flatr'd" in that period.
No. You would have to run a browser that accepts the certificate of the ISP for any domain as well.
If you need some legal photo editing software at your company, but it's not justifiable to buy Photoshop, you can now use this old version for free. That kills the competition with cheaper products. And if at some point you need something more powerful than this old version, you're probably going to buy a new version of PhotoShop instead of learning to use a new software.
Your lady won't be happy with that.
There's a lot of talk about wind energy in Germany, but in truth most of our energy stems from coal and natural gas plants. And that's not going to change in the foreseeable future. Check out the up-to-date statistics on power production in Germany that eex provides.
B) How it wasn't picked up on a patent search.
Microsoft has been aware of the patent. It's even referenced in Microsofts own patent on displaying tiles on mobile devices.
Software patents are fundamentally wrong
Obviously, you don't use a rock, you use a wand. It works - even if it doesn't work - by giving you a justification to search any car you want.