If an empty new tab page would be configurable and Chrome wouldn't exit if a single tab is open and I press Ctrl-W, I'd be perfectly happy with Chrome's tabs. For the latter, I use the "Live On" extension, which is a bit quirky, unfortunately. With Firefox I can fix both these issues, at least in about:config.
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If you bet that your own house burns down, it's insurance. If you bet that your neighbor's house burns down, it's a credit default swap.
That's wrong. If a company buys assets, then it's profits decrease,
No, the profit decreases only when the assets depreciate.
Obligatory Günter Grünwald.
And that probably applies to most of the people who answered "Does not cap my bandwidth".
@Wehrmacht1939: "Seit 5 Uhr 45 wird jetzt zurückgeschossen!"
Normal rap stars just don't cut it. Also, supergroups in any music genre.
The Guerrilla guide to CNC machining, mold making, and resin casting is probably one of best resources you can find.
Note that the Cherry G80s are available with three different types of keys: "click pressure point" (loud and clicky, preferred by most typists), "soft pressure point" (not so loud, I currently use one out of consideration for my co-workers), and "linear" (no pressure point at all, not recommended). These keys are also used by many other keyboard manufacturers.
The problem is their SSL keys are 1024 bit, which is trivial to break if you have $168 million.
Then guess how many bits the RSA key of the google.com certificate has.
You can act as if, but you can always go "Fuck you, cooww and shee-keeenn! Now you can't use it anymore!" if they are stupid enough to fall for it.
If an author signs a contract with another party granting an exclusive license to publish a given work, is that unenforceable?
Of course it's enforceable. The OP doesn't have a clue.
which is subsidized by the electricity consumers (NOT by the goverment, as some seem to think).
Even worse, it's not subsidized by the industry, only by households which consume only a fraction of the total energy output.
Where's the news? This is called quote stuffing and has been going on for ages. The reason is simply to mislead or overwhelm the HFT algos of competitors.