Likely there's an issue of differentiation between learning methods.
I'm quite partial to your comment there.
IP however, and probably TCP/UDP, will still be used a hundred years from now.
That's a very bold statement! Not saying you're wrong, but who knows what networking will look like 100 years from now? Surely networking using quantum entanglement or some other weird physics won't use IP?
It's more that Apple allows updates to the device firmware past where the hardware is even adequate to run it. Of course, if they didn't people would bitch about Apple prematurely obsoleting the hardware, so it's a lose-lose situation.
That's a false dichotomy though, isn't it.
Apple didn't actually force me to upgrade my iPad1 to iOS5, but they certainly encouraged me to do so, without any warning of the possible ill effects.
For example, some apps I bought long before iOS5 came out got updates which required updating to iOS5. On the one hand you could argue that it's nice of the developers/Apple to offer free app updates. On the other, updating to iOS5 so I can run that latest versions of some of the apps I bought meant lots of apps started to crash on my iPad1 very frequently.
In my opinion what Apple should have done is at least allow (approved) downgrades to iOS4 - hence avoiding the lose-lose situation. Ok, so some of the apps that require iOS5 would then not work (although iTunes could in principle allow app downgrade from backup as well), but, you know, at least that would be my choice. Choice of course is not something Apple likes its customers to have.
It's pretty rare right here in the solar system.
Hmmm, 1 planet out of 9 (sorry, 8) - not that rare.
If you know of any decent theories that explain its creation, I'd like to read about them.
I find it odd that so many believe without doubt that there is extraterrestrial life despite no indication that there is, yet are just as certain that God doesn't exist.
Well, I know for a fact that where extraterrestrial life might live definitely exists.
On Windows, at least, you can just type "appearance" into the start menu search box and go straight to it. Where's that functionality on the command line?
Go straight to what though? If I type something at the command line, what I type *is* the command (you know, hence the name) - it doesn't need to "go" anywhere, what I wanted to happen was achieved by my typing.
I love when they compare the newest version of IE to 7 full versions previous of Firefox. It always makes for such an objective comparison.
At the rate Firefox versions come out these days, I'd say it's a fair comparison.
Microsoft is full steam ahead on this trainwreck.
Wouldn't that be a shipwreck?
Something like this maybe: http://www.forensicgenealogy.info/images/train_wreck_replica.jpg