It does not look difficult: http://diveintohtml5.info/vide...
He kind of side-stepped the end to end crypto question, with respect to the scale at which it could operate. But he did say the next iteration would be completely open, so we'll see...
As we can see, much software is only available as a service (SaaS). Some of the software powering those services is Open Source, some is Free Software, and some is neither. The power in these types of systems is more about the data, and access to the data, than software.
Do you see any licenses that could be created to surround access to data, such as APIs? Perhaps an API could be licensed as Open Access or Free Access, allowing the users to do what they like with the service or data. Granted, the organization providing Free Access could close or simply halt access to the API. Are there licensing mechanisms developers can use today to grant their users better access to their user-supplied data?
So were all sorts of plants for agriculture, but neither dogs nor plants were genetically modified with [genetic engineering|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_engineering] which is how we define GMOs.
$(whoami) ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL
It only grants the current user (result of `whoami`) full sudo access, not every account.
Because it's in firmware that can't be [easily] upgraded?
Hooray the Internet of Things! Billions of devices that will never be upgraded.
That's a great idea. Where do you get the hosts file entries from? If only APK would distribute the simple hosts file without extra software.
You post publicly on both Google+ and the LKML. Some of your posts get a lot of attention on G+ like naming the next version 3.20 or 4.0, which is a different audience than the Linux Kernel mailing list.
What do you like and dislike about communicating on either platform, Google+ or the LKML? How do you feel about their respective audiences? Do you enjoy the tools you use to participate in public discussions on Google+ and the LKML?
Except the runner who has knee problems just starts riding bikes instead. The people spending $130k on knee replacements are overweight and put too much pressure on their joints.
If you have joint/tendon pain when you exercise, you're doing it wrong.
Processed foods have been shown to be less nutritious and healthy. Man has yet to improve on nature in this area.
Well, you can use nature to naturally process foods, such as fermenting them. What did people eat before refrigeration? Dried and fermented meats and vegetables.
How do you keep cabbage good all winter long? Make sauerkraut. Cucumbers? Pickles. Grapes? Wine. Etc.
With that high density of ram and no Error Correcting Code (ECC), you might be able to write software to turn your 128GB of ram into a cosmic ray detector!
Assuming we did want to share
How would an outdoor water feature reduce cooling costs inside your house?
I imagined the OP was talking about a swamp cooler disguised as a something prettier.