The world prefers its crude shaken, not stirred.
I've found that after a bit of wine, I can't use any software. Same thing with whiskey.
Or Google's buses are really snarling traffic
*facepalm* Yes, that would be the word I was looking for. They had me answering the Helpdesk phone today, so my brain is a little fried from too much user interaction.
I'm not saying Open Source is absolutely trustworthy, but I tend to trust it more than closed source - at least for large projects with a lot of people looking at it.
I don't trust anonymous comments on Slashdot. Just look at all the nonsense (hosts files for one) that's based in this thread alone.
I'd trust code I can see from a place I don't trust more than I'd trust code I can't see from a place I like.
This could quite possibly qualify as "civil disobedience", which has a long history in the US.
If contributing to open source projects is wrong, then I don't want anybody to be right.
I found switching large photographs on my site from png to jpeg led to a noticeable loadtime increase. It's not a lot, but it is noticeable. However, I'm sticking to PNG for any non-photographic images.
That seems like the sort of thing that should have gone in the summary, because it's a vital piece of information for having the summary make sense.
The US also claims the right to prosecute its citizens for crimes committed in other countries... even if it wasn't a crime in the country it was committed.
I think Ireland would have something to say about being called a territory of the UK.
Because math and morality and directly related...
I'd rather claim a loss on writing the article and get a $200 refund on top of keeping my $500. But sadly, I don't live in Hollywood so I can't do that.
I'm not sure that makes any sense. The article is about how this was a perfectly legitimate tax strategy. And if the world has their eye, that means Apple/Google/etc are watching everything... not the other way around.