Labour might consider it now. With the probably long-term loss of Scotland, FPTP doesn't really give them much benefit over proportional representation, but it benefits the Tories a lot.
Cameron has a plan to get us out of Europe? Seemed like he wanted to keep us in to me.
I don't have any good solutions
How about not continuing with the dictatorial oligarchy in the US that right now passes for a democracy?
Sadly due to a very lousy school system in the US many Christians simply can not understand their own faith. They get suckered in by all kinds of nonsense sects that offer teachings about 100% opposite of what Christ asked of us.
So what if Christ had asked people to believe in creationism? Would that make it any more valid?
Is there actually a way for US businesses to prevent themselves from hostile takeover? Like, can they be "private limited companies" and just refuse to merge? If so, I think these guys should tell EA to fuck off, on principle.
Speak for yourself, I was never part of such a consensus. We had a nice slow evolution of user interfaces going on and they came in and fucked everything up.
That overly buttery stuff that's so rich it makes me want to throw up from a mile away? Eww.
I prefer their nice pizza sauce.
Believe it or not some of us like the fatty cheesy goodness on Pizza Hut pizzas, and as for meat feast, ohh baby.
I can take or leave "authentic" Italian wafer-thin crispy bases with virtually no cheese and often uncooked ingredients. Overrated.
"Suicide" is not a verb.
This stuff applies to the Firefox GUI rather than the underlying rendering engine. Use something that utilizes Gecko but without the crappy UI, like SeaMonkey or Pale Moon.
Every "ux expert" and "architect" seems to think they're god's own gift to mankind, and Mozilla is packed to the brim with those.
The main problem is that Mozilla is filled with project managers and senior devs who LISTEN to the UX 'experts' and let them drive the agenda. Why they do is beyond me. Perhaps it is a plot by Google or perhaps they are just morons.
Ditto. I was like WTF? It was 2 months ago in the UK.
Didn't realize the UK and US had different dates. The more you know...
That's great! I truly love the fact that MS has embraced git.
Now how do I get my company to make the switch over from their huge TFS repo? They all think git is too complicated.
What about development though? You want to go through the PITA of setting up HTTPS for every development site? This also stops you using Wireshark for seeing what data is actually being transmitted.
If my website just serves up public data that I don't care about the government seeing, you're going to disable new features on it anyway? Seems a bit extreme.