What part of "we don't think Eich is the right person to run Mozilla" equates to a "hate compaign"?
Depends what exactly Bloomberg and Case were supporting (I don't know the real stories here). If they were trying to repeal the 2nd amendment entirely, then yes I would support them (the employees). If they were trying to take 2nd amendment rights away from a specific class of people (other than the mentally ill and ex-cons), then yes I would support them (the employees). If they were just supporting background checks and/or banning ridiculous weapons and cartridges, then no. It's moot point anyways, as no one at Bloomberg or AOL publically called for them to step down.
That for-profit corporation (Mozilla Corporation) is wholly-owned by a non-profit (Mozilla Foundation). Mozilla Corp has to bend to the will of Mozilla Foundation, whatever will that might be.
They're *asking* him to step down, not *forcing* him to step down. Employees of Bloomberg or AOL could have asked Michael Bloomberg or Steve Case to step down if they wished to. They didn't and it likely wouldn't have made a difference if they had tried.
Also bare in mind, Mozilla Corp is wholly owned to Mozilla Foundation (a non-profit). The goals for Mozilla Corp are whatever Mozilla Foundation wants. If Mozilla decides they don't want this guy to be their CEO, that's their perogative. Bloomberg and AOL are/were public-traded for-profit corporations. Their goals are/were to make as much money as possible for their shareholders. If their shareholders wanted to get rid of Bloomberg or Case based on politics rather than profits, it's their perogative as well.
Nothing in the your quote contradicts what I said. I've used DOSBox to play old games. There is a setting to adjust the speed of the emulator.
In fact I just took a look at one of the config files, the setting is called "cycles" and it is in the "cpu" section of the config.
According to the computerhistory.org article, subdirectories were added in DOS 2.0.
Dosbox allows you to slow down the emulated DOS environment to make old games run fine.
Value is a product of both supply and demand (human desire as you put it). Given the same demand, scarcity will raise prices, over-supply will lower them.
The data preserved beyond five years cannot be accessed by NSA intelligence analysts for any purpose, and can only be accessed by technical personnel for ensuring continued compliance with the government's preservation obligations, Judge Walton wrote in his revised order.
So no, they can't search it, at least not without running afoul of the FISA court's order (not that that has stopped them before).
Dealers have a lot of political clout.
Read the comments in the link you posted, that update does not add DX10 or DX11 to XP, it only updates DX9 when installed on XP.
Later on...guess what? Microsoft decided to allow DX11 to run as well: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us...
Wrong... the update you linked only installs the latest updates to DX9.0c when installed on XP. It does not add DX10 or DX11 to XP. When installed on Vista or 7 it includes DX10 and DX11.
If you are a Comcast Internet customer, you can already use Xfinity WiFi where it's available, even if you aren't providing this service to them.
On the other hand, Android has problems with "signed code". Yes. That's right. Android has problems with it's "app store". This isn't your grandfather's Windows style malware.
"Android accounted for 97% of all mobile malware in 2013, but only 0.1% of those were on Google Play"
What does the Department of Energy have to do with it?