That was my point. It was simply a way to suck money out of customers while providing no service.
Sarcasm detector? Yeah, that's a useful machine.
That makes as much sense as Bell owning everyone's telephones and renting it to them.
If you saw this not coming, you must not be here.
Well I will only be satisfied with the service if I get my data back.
Actually it's not PT Barnum either.
Your URL makes it sound like the quote is "There's 27 suckers born every minute."
Must be due to inflation.
I will just assume your reply went to the wrong post as well.
That is bizarre, your quote is from the FP and not the post you actually replied to.
I think we have proof that you have a "neural development disorder".
Not everyone with autism has superpowers. So will they be firing these people by the hundreds in order to weed out the gifted ones?
Yes, if you use enough acid it will kill just about anything.
Once the idea is tested and youâ(TM)re comfortable with the design, you can add type annotations.
I've been doing this with comments since 1999 and it works great! Of course I still haven't gotten around to that final step of going back and adding all those comments but I love the flexibility!
Unless you like bugs, type-checking is a good thing. Lack of type enforcement encourages what -- lack of forethought?
When you go to hell, your punishment will be to go back and add comments to every bit of code you have ever written.
I am pretty sure I would rather stab myself in the eye then go back and look at code I wrote in 1999.
No you CAN'T.
Lotus 1-2-3 was still being developed as recently as 2013. What the hell?
Notes, you are next.
If we can slap 'on a computer' onto an old idea to patent it, can we slap on another 'on a computer' to patent it for virtual machines?