This small minded holier than thou mentality is exactly why I want to kick all Progressives in the teeth.
Progressives are liberal idiots who are every bit as bad as the Teabaggers. While the Teabaggers are Fascists, Progressives are Authoritarians who want the Government to impose their ideologies on everyone else by dictating how we live our lives through bans, criminalization and punitive taxation. Essentially, just one big platform telling us what to eat, what to drink, and how to do it while they loudly proclaim how we need to respect THEIR rights -- while they respect no one else's.
Are they looking for media queries in CSS? Popular responsive frameworks such as Bootstrap or Foundation?
Or is is "discrete" UIs only, such as a mobile.mysite.com with a completely overhauled interface?
And just how friendly is friendly? By what standards are they applying this from a UX perspective if at all?
Is Google now trying to be the Mall cop of the internet?
I suspect that this is a ruse to give Google another avenue of plausible deniability for obfuscating sites they don't like or who compete with Google properties.
First off, does that even mean anything? What units is the "scale" of a universe expressed in?
I'm a bit rusty in my maths - but I'm fairly certain mega-volkswagons are the currently used scale
A 61-year-old Florida mailman was arrested Wednesday after he landed a gyrocopter on the U.S. Capitol west lawn. The gyrocopter was carrying the pilot and 535 stamped letters for members of Congress urging 'real reform' to campaign finance laws.
So in other words, they arrested a Federal Employee on Federal Property for doing his job.
Personally, I was a hater of HBO for the last few years due to their open hostility to Netflix, their taking of sides AGAINST Net Neutrality and their tying of their streaming service to Comcast et al -- but I've come to forgive them a bit because of their work with Amazon in bringing their back catalog of originals for internet streaming free to Amazon Prime users and their launch of HBO Now, which I have signed up for.
So it pains me a bit to see HBO change tact and offer a compelling streaming service only to suffer a massive leak by a trusted party so soon after it's debut. While I'm sure HBO will take it in stride, I've long said that if these bad actors like HBO could offer legal channels to get their content without a wait, I would sign-up and not pirate. But, with this action and the amount of seeders and leachers, it seems the use case claimed by many -- that they only pirate due to not having a clear legal means to watch without having to wait several months for the DVD release -- is the exception and not the rule.