If I find where they sell sense of humor, I will buy you some.
It's not the price, it's just that I really can't stand iOS. And this from a long-time Mac fan, but when it comes to mobile, I'm with the Android cult.
Let's see what the dictionary says...
Cult: a misplaced or excessive admiration for a particular person or thing.
No further questions, your honor.
half of US smart phone buyers
But only 12% worldwide. Android rules the rest of the planet.
Funny, and I want to have three open browsers so I can sandbox various activities from one another.
One browser that supports multiple profiles should accomplish that just fine.
Who said you had to support it? Are you the support guy for the entire interweb or something?
Nobody is forcing you to use it or support it.
You're not a web developer are you?
The NSA is already going through your bank statements, and emails because you used the words destroying and communism in the same sentence.
Do you really think that America is any better? we give up rights to the government daily. just look at the TSA. you have to have a body cavity search just to board a plane now. They want to expand the TSA to cover all transportation too.
Do you think a Cuban could make a post as critical of their government as you just did? Or are you expecting to be disappeared tonight?
No. Chrome's style only saves a pittance of screen space, and in exchange it makes the menu's functions insanely clumsy to use.
What is not standard in it?
It lacks TITLE BAR and MENU BAR. Look at the pic of QupZilla again.
This? It's still not standard.
No, you go fuck yourself.
It feels like the 90s again. I love that!
I can't stand Chrome and IE, and Spartan seems to have the same problem: they all have non-standard interfaces, and that's infuriating.
Compare these pictures: GOOD versus SHIT. See the difference? One has proper title and menu bars. It follows the system's standards. It has good usability. It looks like all programs are supposed to look. The other uses its own blue alien interface that doesn't match anything else in the system.
Fuck Chrome, fuck IE, fuck Spartan, and fuck every developer who doesn't obey the system's HIG.
That's actually what it's like at "Mojave Spaceport". Hangers of small aviation practicioners and their junk. Gary Hudson, Burt Rutan, etc. Old aircraft and parts strewn about. Left-over facilities from Rotary Rocket used by flight schools. A medium-sized facility for Orbital. Some big facilities for BAE, etc. An aircraft graveyard next door.
SS2 has not completed testing and it is probable that there will be a need for redesign of one or more components. So, this is a really bad time to have the hand-off. Publicity isn't a good reason.
The fact that so many of us didn't get any chemistry is vindication of the statement that we're fucked [...] Everyone should be getting basic chemistry and biology, like it or not.
Meh. I took two years of chemistry in high school (second was AP). It was okay, and I suppose it's been marginally useful. I'm not sure everyone needs more chemistry than is taught in seventh and eighth grade science class, though... atoms and molecules, a bit about chemical reactions, an overview of the periodic table, including a basic notion of what the columns mean, a brief discussion of the ideal gas law, etc. I think that's sufficient for most. Stoichiometry, understanding valence shells, etc... not so much. The general structure is crucial. The details, including the construction of chemical names, really isn't.
What's more important, and not taught very well at all, is the theory and operation of the scientific method as a whole. I discovered a while ago that my wife -- who has a BS in biology and taught junior and high school science -- didn't really understand the scientific method. Specifically, she didn't understand the distinction between hypothesis and prediction, or why it matters, and didn't fully understand the critical nature of falsifiability and its implication that science is and always will be a series of successive approximations to the truth, never achieving perfect truth, yet being by far the most effective tool we have for getting ever closer to it.