That's because politicians read 1984 and mistake it for an instruction manual rather than a warning.
It's quite impossible to delete anything from the Internet. Once it is uploaded, it is there forever. I read that on the Internet, so it must be true.
One possibility exists though: all you need to do is intentionally clog things up, or maybe install a couple of clamps. That way, you can isolate the video and it will not be able to flow anywhere.
After all, the Internet is just a series of tubes, right?
It can't be that hard - the Internet is right here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDbyYGrswtg
I think Streisand Effect is the innocent man's intent.
Better yet, merge projects. Use LibreOffice as the new base and port whatever optimizations and enhancements OOo has over. Now that Oracle has washed their hands of OOo there is no "philosophical" reason not to do it.
I prefer LibreOffice over OOo myself, but I prefer either one over the user-hostile ribbon interface of Microsoft Office where it has been turned into a game of hide-and-seek.
> However they're not selling it for consumers because they don't see it as best suited for their customers.
They're reinventing it, poorly.
As a Christian I am constantly appalled by idiots who cherry-pick verses out of context to support their prejudices. I don't think having a good time at a party (or at the wedding you referred to) is equivalent to being a drunkard. People who take verses to support their own biases, ignoring the context and what is actually being said make all Christians look bad.
Funny, I have read most of the Bible and I never came across any commandment saying "thou shall not toke it up at 4:20"
Doesn't this mean the state is violating the constitution of The United States of America by preventing out-of-state manufacturers from selling legal goods to their residents? Isn't regulation of interstate commerce STRICTLY the domain of Congress, much like inter-state sales tax? (which incidentally means state sales taxes on internet sales from vendors out of state is a violation of the Constitution as well)
> Tough luck for whoever gets stuck with their half-assed shit.
What else would you expect from Sony?
Couldn't you just get a faster CPU?
Reading his replies left this going through my head: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uh7l8dx-h8M
> J.J. Abrams directing?
Expect plenty of superfluous lens flare (thank you pointless CGI!) even in dark scenes.
On one of my cars, the ignition module is installed INSIDE the intake plenum valley - very harsh conditions. The car is a '91 and it still works. I hope it never dies, because last time I checked the module was over $2K to replace, with only three available from GM.
> Am I the only one that doesn't want a car that needs software updates?
You probably already own one. Many cars since the 1980s have required software updates on occasion - your dealer probably just never told you that a service bulletin or recall service included a software upgrade.