Anybody working with classified info won't be allowed anywhere near these things.
But they also have lives... they might have cool toys at home like these headsets for playing video games...
shouldn't we be looking at ways to really build secure software around these devices rather than prevent people from using them...
it is a defeatist attitude where software folks instead of fixing their software say don't use it...
Make a new version for every 100,000 users you hit.
They are different aps if you change the color and/or some trivial functionality.
Finally a logical reasoning why Microsoft has multiple versions of Windows!
Or, an even more cleverly written "giggolos".
Why would you not use 9 instead of 6 ?
Oracle and Google waste money on lawyers on such silly functions instead of spending the money on building more useful technology.
We as users are the only losers in this non-sensical fight.
Have you tried Brother's printers. They work pretty well, are reasonably priced and have Linux drivers that work. I have been using their Laser printer for the past 3 years now and it has never disappointed me.
Well, in all fairness, Einstein was quite a player.
How else do you think he came up with the theory of relativity ? If you have tons of relations, you get relative...
As someone who's barely used Eclipse, but uses VS pretty much constantly, what am I missing out on?
You're missing out on Java.
I get the same in Chrome 5.0.375.29 beta.
I *know* Google Chrome supports HTML5 and <canvas>, so I'd say his page is broken.
Works in Safari properly. Your Chrome beta is exactly that, a "beta".