You just made my day!
If the mag promises to cover various flavors across the gnu linux landscape, and the technologies and people surrounding it, then I would love to hear your reasoning as to how this is fragmenting the community.
Hey, no way to have an open mind without open software
Your optimism is noted but misplaced. PET plastics are recyclable but not biodegradable. The newer Bioplastics are however those are not readily used in production in any country where you would need to make a sun-light.
Man I'm lucky if I get anything over 0.5MB. For that reason I have mostly forgot about streaming videos or music, and downloads are isolated to source code and the occasional distro every few months.
The result? I am infinitely more productive!
Exactly this. $630,000 that could be used to educate and bring awareness to the people. We are the ones targeted by products, and we have to make an informed choice about what is useful vs what is damaging. Isn't that also known as "geoengineering"? I believe it is, and on a global scale too.
Very well, but at least dedicate the effort to a worthy cause like Protein Folding, SETI processing or even a Library-of-Congress sized recipe book - the idiocracy present on facebook can fuck off and die for all I care.
Analogous to a Trying-to-post-first-so-I-don't-care-if-my-response-is-half-baked post.
So *not* informative.
Apparently E.T's second name was "Cetera"
Undeniably so, but isn't it too late for that already, looking at this animated timeline of nuclear tests between 1945 and 1998. One wonders how the planet is still alive.
I ran this simulation over a dozen times now, the results are terrifying. Try it for yourself, I believe it's called "Plague Inc" in the Android play store. Gulp!
"After all the hours put in by librarians and staff to cut the database sourcing with Amazon, now they'll own it again? Does that mean that all our work will go away and then Amazon info will be downloaded back to GR?"
Probably between 1000 and 100,000,000 civilizations in the galaxy.
The dimensions of thumbnails are as pertinent as the file size itself. The clutter-free look is very attractive in a world where every other forum has animated gif avatars, large colored signatures and superfluous use of !!!!
It is akin to how people post to mailing lists with the entire thread quoted. It's just bad netiquette.