What if the mistake you make is dying tomorrow, having put off a pleasurable life until the far flung future?
Or was it just someone terminally stupid misinterpreting their ergot-derived delusions and cursing humanity with the result?
Matrix lines said in the voice he used in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Ruins it forever.
Doing so would require the ability to breed, so that's a no go on slashdot.
Which is why Emoji is important - it's the *solution* to this problem, because it replaces arbitrary character sequences with dedicated code points. As long as there's an easy way to enter them, the substitutions can be eliminated.
Wot no 5120x2880 version?
Sol's a difficult patient, and refused to go to the appointment.
Unions. The DLR has been automated for decades.
Funny, lots of little dictatorships sounds a lot like the practical implementation of anarchy to me...
Where do you think the caffeine in energy drinks comes from?
I would have expected that BSD would be deliriously happy that the evil gaze of Poettering hadn't alighted upon their operating system. Why would you voluntarily infest your system with his daemon spawn?
Maybe if the GCC team had actually *believed* in their license, and not also used intense obfuscation to stop parts of their toolchain being abstracted out, we wouldn't be in this mess. As it is, though, LLVM+clang scratch many itches that GCC can't even reach.
1 nail hammered through a testicle for each day they defer?
You expected a different graphics solution from Imagination Technologies?
So a bit of background first: the PC1512 included a planar extension to CGA, providing 640x200x16 colours. BASIC 2 provided dithered drawing of complex shapes.
LAKESIDE.BAS was a very early procedural graphics generator, using a random seed to draw a, by modern standards, primitive 2D scene. In the distance there was a sky with clouds, snow peaked mountains reflecting in a lake, with little islands and sail boats. In the foreground, there were hills, white buildings with red roofs, white picket fencing separating fields, and all sorts of flowers, bushes and trees. Given how slow the machine was, it'd take a minute or so to draw each picture, leave it up for a little while, and then draw another one.
Whilst this could undoubtedly be rendered in 3D in the blink of an eye, and all sorts of shader magic could make it look like an actual painting, I think it would lose some of the charm.