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It depends on the definition of what "famous" really is. My friend is a musician, and well, she is famous. In Russia. But Facebook apparently does not know abou this. They forced her to change her last name in FB account to real, and the problem is, her fans do not know (or did not know) her real name.
On the other hand I see many people who are using nicknames or invented names on FB for years without problems. This could be because they are _not_ famous, and there is no way for FB to tell that "John Smith" is actually "James Kowalsky". Especially if this another name is actually is in a language other than English.
That's wrong. Aliasing in FORTRAN is exactly the feature that can make optimization very difficult or impossible. Aliasing was invented because computers had small memories.
I've just finished a project in FORTRAN in geophysics, so I have some experience with this language. Why it is still in use? The answer is: scientists know it. No other reason. Projects in FORTRAN are very hard to maintain. Refactoring is also difficult. Half of the project was in FORTRAN, other half in C++. On any feature request we had a meeting to decide whether we are going to implement it in C++ or in FORTRAN and how the interface will look like.
FORTRAN _may_ have better efficiency in some cases. For really simple programs with no memory management and no hardware interaction.
I think that FORTRAN is a good language, but it is also an old language.
In northern countries a day in the winter is short, in southern countries it is longer. As we do not notice big difference between body weight in north and south, what is morning exactly? Is it the time just after you wake up and turn on light? Or is it time when the Sun rises? Or what?
This is a decent analogy. A smile without a cat and an acid trip without any acid (invented almost a century later).
Karl Marx's Capital is a detailed analysis of how capitalism worked in 19th century. Just imagine a world without trade unions, patents, copyright, cinema, automobiles, telephones. It was Karl Marx's world and he described it.
This is interesting. As a native Russian speaker I assure you that "Brothers Karamazov" is incrediby boring and tedious book with unnatural characters. One of the worst books of Dostoyevsky. On the other hand I've read "To kill a mockingbird" in translation and found it interesting. Not in "must read" category, but good enough.
Maybe something is "found in translation".
Obviously teens and older people have different interests and different views, so they need different forms of expression. It is good that the separation occured by natural selection and not by advertising.
At that time it worked.
Please, put it correct:
BBC - no. Just because the English word "fuck" has no meaning in Russian.
But - this site is already banned in Russia
The question is: how soon this diffusive glass will become a forbidden substance ?
Why use EMP ? Aluminium foil will do the job.
There are 4 simple rules that will help you to avoid this type of identification:
1. Be brief
2. Write seldom
4. Do not write in your mother tongue.