I didn't know there were so many fans of Bieber.
Maybe it works for them without other advertisement than a Getty logo. Every image becomes a banner for their site, after all. And it possibly boost their search engine ranking.
Black/red is my default browser theme, is it not the same over there? Try reformatting.
Dude, it's from a *public university* lab in Italy, you know how things are around here? if they tried fitting more powerful stuff the principal would have stormed the room and made them pay the electric bill.
JK - nice achievement, guys.
Uh and do not forget a somewhat accurate emulator of the early Amiga OS, source below:
<h1>Guru meditation #000001321.8378471<\h1>
If you want to stay with money then guy tries little experiments with money, police seizes the lot just in case.
Historically speaking, challenge to power as little as not giving way has been punished by death.
> Because currently Bitcoin is small potatoes
Systems of power have historically been very sensitive to small potatoes, as a little bit of research will show up.
Gentlemen, to clear up the terminology confusion, I suggest to:
- call the kernel "Linux"
- call the kernel + GNU userland GNU/Linux
- call the linux based Google's operating system Android/Linux
The reason nobody else came up with this classification before is beyond me.
Are you countering an argument about a system using a mod of such system? I am sure replicant and cyanogenmod are more hack friendly.
no gpl3? ouch ouch ouch ouch
Good choice because Disney has nothing to do with masonic stuff, as quick google searches will surely... oh wait.
Blackberry had the wrong business model, we are in the new millennium.
Wrong business model: concentrate on the product.
Right business model: give free or cheap stuff away and collect users' data in return.
Oh and the new millennium sucks.
hm. the nazi reference is not explicit enough. I would not take it to court, OTOH IANAL.
Instead of the highest bidder, why not making all infrastructure accessible, with cost associated to traffic and bonuses for the amount of work done on the infrastructure itself? Big players can stay big leveraging the amount of work done, little players can pop up everywhere, every hotspot can be configured to offer guest access, so airwaves are used for those actually travelling, all the rest get wifi to the nearest eth hub.
No alternative to the current system have ever been able to prove itself, the current system made sure of that.
The current system is not money, the current system uses money as a mean of control (in fact in this phase it the scarcity of money is the mean of control). Control is the objective, "the stronger wins" is the essence of the system.