I'm pretty sure that the NSA didn't publish anything on a Russian propaganda website. They have their own website which they can use to publish stuff they want to make public.
You're about a century out. Umami was discovered at the start of the 20th century, and the name has been adopted internationally since the mid-1980s.
It is called a penny. Pence is the plural.
What do you mean, "worked"? It's still how it works in the countries whose trains I'm familiar with.
1. Confusing composer with artist. If the song is a remix, the artist is the remixer. The original artist is the composer.
No, the original artist is the original artist (ID3v2.2 tag TOA, ID3v2.3 tag TOPE). They may also be the composer, but that is by no means certain.
2. Genres are fuzzy. Lots of songs fit into many genres. Picking a single genre is inaccurate at best. Sadly the id3 spec only lets us pick one, so I comma separate them out of protest.
No, the ID3v2.2 and ID3v2.3 specs let you select multiple genres, or even mix multiple pre-defined ones with a custom one. One thing they do fall down on is defining how to tag a song with multiple custom genres.
3. The infamous "Various Artists" artist. Likewise with genres, I comma separate artists because the id3 spec doesn't let us add multiple artists.
No, ID3v2.2 and ID3v2.3 specify that multiple artists should be separated with a / character.
It may be that the vendors don't follow the spec, but you're being very unjust in blaming the authors of a spec with you obviously haven't read.
How would that help? Barratry is only relevant when suits are being filed, and that's not the case with DMCA abuse. They don't take you to court: they just threaten to take the host to court, and the host folds because they don't see it as their fight.
Reading your comment brings back the memories of when I was briefly working on a Drupal project. The firm impression I came away with is that the Drupal community prefers to document things by making a half-hour video rather than by writing a page of text, even though written documentation could be read and re-read several times in the time it takes to watch the video.
You might want to tighten that wording so as not to prohibit lawyers becoming judges, because having non-lawyers as judges is not going to improve things.
One to two thousand pounds would be the whole rhino, not the head. And if you're chopping off the head then you can use a chainsaw without worrying about destroying some of the end product.
You may or may not be pleased to know that this latest release of Unicode adds glyphs for volleyball and cricket.
what are you using @ for other than Rogue/Nethack ?
Back in days of yore, before Facebook messaging and Whatsapp but after bang paths, @ was an essential part of a quaint communications system called "e-mail". Some old fogies still use it. Now get off my lawn and go ask the person who (I presume) sold you that 6-digit uid for a history lesson.
No, it's because those words aren't in
I would have said that even English requires diacritics to support some of its loanwords.
grep -E "[éóèâêûäöñç]"
174 174 1720
Some of those strangers are interesting people. You can talk to
... a completely different dozen on the way home from work.
Just to be clear: you're talking in general about cities, right? Talking to strangers on public transport in London is extremely counter-cultural, with the exceptions of checking that you're on the right train and complaining about delays.
Silicon Fen in Cambridge has also existed for decades already. Dundee's biggest advantage over Cambridge might be that it's too far to commute to London: Cambridge is already part commuter town, which is putting pressure on housing.