I prefer the old idea of dropping millions of hardbound copies of Naked Lunch. More enlightening. Better fuel.
This is what they deserve. They took their chances.
try this: http://twatter.com/
Not every problem can be solved by throwing money at it, as Murdoch has learned.
Does Micro$oft have any other resources that could be applied to the problem?
You are not the only one who thought that.
I hope Gene Sharp is on the list. He wrote the book that many followed to revolution: http://www.aeinstein.org/
Where's the future when we need it?
I also hope the software for grid networks appears soon. This will help us develop a decentralized alternative to the big ISPs.
is a complete component-level simulation of the 6502 microprocessor based on photographs of the chip. This is not a gate-level sim based on schematics.
Does no one here know German? Shame on you.
oh, grow up! What a waste of a frist psot.
I can breathe!
Chrome is very attractive in an environment where the user *doesn't* own the machine - the employer owns it and needs to control what the machine can do. There are many business situations where this is obviously the case. Chrome works like a firewall here.
Companies don't trust their employees and Chrome is a sandbox within a sandbox. This is a good thing in the corporate world where centralized control is valuable.
Chrome is a very thin client that really works.
then it wouldn't work. (No, they wouldn't have to kill you.)
Almost by definition, they have to keep the details secret. It sounds as though they verified the results empirically and didn't find false positives, but that's all we've got to go on.