The new mayor once brokered the deal to get Microsoft to move its German headquarters (and the tax revenue that comes with it) into Munich proper instead of some satellite city and now that he's been elected, he and his friends constantly spread rumors about problems with the completed Linux migration (never any lists of actual concrete examples) and they want to look into whether they should move back to MS products.
Funny how even the fax is still alive and kicking in this modern age.
Our company deals with small businesses like supermarkets and bakeries on a regular basis and in those areas it's still necessary because many of them don't use their computers for more than Excel and porn.
The film itself came out quite a while ago and their official page has a hassle-free pay-to-view feature at a normal price (people can either rent it or outright buy a digital download):
The only thing that has changed since then is that it's now also available on a streaming site that requires workarounds if you happen to live anywhere else than one certain country on this planet.
It had its uses back in the day, but when they started the whole "This channel has reached the maximum number of free viewers for your country" bullshit to badger people into signing up for a paid account that stopped as well.
Nowadays that's like half a lawsuit against Samsung.
Pray that the data isn't stored in a country that has oil!
It means that the uninfected humans have to shoot it in the head. Or stake it through the heart. And quickly, before things get worse.
Kinda like what Adobe has been trying to do to ColdFusion ever since they acquired it as part of the Macromedia deal.
Considering that Terry Gilliam is still very much alive it might just be because your jokes suck.
Like the last left-leaning government that did more damage to the nation's healthcare, social security, employee protection, financial market regulation and other sectors than the previous conservative government could've ever dreamed during its 16 years of majority?
Even with languages that share a common ancestry, these programs still have trouble when it comes to context, as shown in the following screenshot on the same topic.
In this case the software tried to translate "move", which the original text uses in the context of "cancel the lease on your apartment and move to a different address" (German word would be "umziehen") and instead picks the German word "verschieben", which is the translation in the context of "grab and item and push it until it's no longer in spot A but in spot B".
Unless the software can actually factor in the context (as Google's search algorithm often tries to do), Murphy's Law will still have a field day with words that can translate into several different and distinct ones in the other language.
The NSA probably wanted more time to exploit it.
14 billion? That's less than it costs to supply that little adventure in the Iraqi desert with toilet paper!!!
That US lap dog's EU membership has become a cancer that's been festering for decades. Nowadays they're almost nothing beyond that.
Look at what Jim Cameron's brother Mike does for a living. Extreme stuff like that is in the family's blood.
It'll turn out just like how they abandoned Firewire once there was finally enough hardware on the market to even take note of it.