So they're letting design decisions for their phone interface dictate how they implement their desktop interface.
You mean Ubuntu is about to adopt Metro?
He's religious and intolerant, so obviously his favorite OS is Emacs.
He's religious and intolerant, so obviously his favorite OS is . . .
. . . the Spanish Inquisition . . . !
Honestly, I didn't expect it.
Action without consequences are impossible, yet that tends to be the modern Atheist's goal.
Nice strawman. Please, tell me more about my goals. As for "uncivilized behaviors", I regard a proper mix of the gold/platinum rule that I try to live by (treat others how you want to be treated/how they want to be treated) as far more civilized than any "civilized" behaviors I see as the result of any major religion.
WOW! Didn't those without an electrical infrastructure invent and construct the one we have today? Didn't people who had no internet invent the computers and internet and create it's infrastructure?
Just how do you suppose they did that while waiting tables? I learned a lot of skills before there was ever an internet, but I guess it's because I'm smarter than you. I like the internet, I really do. But saying it's as essential as education just shows you to be a product of publik eduamcatin.
People who don't have internet access will not be a part of creating what comes next, just as those who did not have electricity were not part of those who created the internet.