No it wouldn't algorithms would just adapt to handle it
This was actually a plot point in the movie Beer Fest. They couldn't remember where the tournament was being held and so one of them had to get drunk to so they could find it again.
Why do you assume no security theater?
Yup, I remember hearing a story about a developer wanting to build a driving range and the locals got angry, because of the extra traffic and whatnot. The developer ended up putting in a pig farm instead.
IIRC (could be remembering something else) he actually owned the land out there first, everyone else moved in and it was rezoned before he started his project.
Good point, I looks them up they do credit card processing.
IIRC MS always wanted versions of windows to incitement the major release every time they released a new OS. Turns out they couldn't because too many software developers screwed up detecting the version of windows the OS was and it software wouldn't run on newer versions.
It isn't evolution it is natural selection. Taller people are more fit (more babies) than shorter, this has continued for a few generations so shorter people are simply getting outbreed by taller people. So the average is going up.
Do you have a link to their home page? I'm having trouble finding the "Any" distro of linux.
So like AOL back in the day?
That's why Sarbanes Oxley is also know as the Accountant Employment act
Google what you are trying to do, find something that claims to do something similar enough, and keep kicking it until it actually runs and outputs what you expected.
The best argument I've heard for what they're doing is "if you are afraid to express your rights do you actually have those rights?"
I'm 100% fiction not including learning materials even though they are in books I've just never really considered those "books". Study aids aren't books in my mind for whatever reason.
Woot came back at meh.com