Liar. The first switchovers were in 2010.
Unfortunately that's not actually true.
Of the Humble Store's nine launch titles, only five show a DRM-free icon. Presumably the others are Steam-only, which has been the case for many Humble Bundle games.
Can I get a potted plant to serve as an editor?
They'd be overqualified.
From Raspberry Pi distributor element14:
Registration for the Raspberry Pi has now closed. We are currently ensuring that the large number of customers who registered their interest over the final few days of registration have sufficient opportunity to order their Pi, and will be opening to general Raspberry Pi orders mid July.
If you signed up at the launch, you'd have one by now, and if not, you can get one quite soon.
What do you plan to use otherwise? Chrome does the same thing, so you're stuck with IE and Safari.
One often overlooked factor is that Australia applies a 10% GST at the federal level, whereas the US sales taxes vary from state to state and aren't usually included in the price.
Which isn't to say that the entire markup is justified, only that some of it is beyond the retailer's control.
failed to act on illegal boat people.
How is it "illegal" to flee from war and persecution?
How about "I know a lot of people who, to put it mildly, aren't a fan of video games. Can you make subtle changes to your policy so that videos of video games end up all but banned?"
I don't get it, is someone forcing you to watch video game-related videos? Are you unable to find videos that interest you by yourself?
Link to Original Source
Link to Original Source
A person commits an offence if: (a) the person has possession or control of material; and (b) the material is level 2 prohibited material; and (c) the material is in a prescribed area. Penalty: 100 penalty units.
Did you even read what you posted? A person commits an offence only if the material is in a prescribed area. From the same document:
prescribed area has the same meaning as in the Northern Territory National Emergency Response Act 2007.
And in the Northern Territory National Emergency Response Act 2007:
4 Prescribed areas
(1) The areas in the Northern Territory covered by subsection (2) are prescribed areas.
(2) The areas are:
(a) an area covered by paragraph (a) of the definition of Aboriginal land in subsection 3(1) of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976; and
(b) any roads, rivers, streams, estuaries or other areas that:
(i) are expressly excluded under Schedule 1 to that Act; or
(ii) are excluded from grants under that Act because of subsection 12(3) or (3A) of that Act; and
(c) land granted to an association under subsection 46(1A) of the Lands Acquisition Act of the Northern Territory (including that land as held by a successor to an association); and
(d) each area in the Northern Territory identified in a declaration under subsection (3).
(3) The Commonwealth Minister may declare that areas in the Northern Territory known as town camps that are identified in the declaration are prescribed areas for the purposes of paragraph (2)(d).
(4) The Commonwealth Minister may declare that:
(a) an area in the Northern Territory that would otherwise be covered by subsection (2) is not a prescribed area; or
(b) an area in the Northern Territory that is not covered by subsection (2) is a prescribed area.
(5) A declaration under subsection (3) or (4) is a legislative instrument.
There may be other legislation making the possession or purchase of RC materials an offence, but the above only applies to specific areas of the Northern Territory subject to the emergency intervention, not the vast majority of the Australian population.