I'd say use VPN and enjoy even dodgiest open WiFi hotspots.
Who cares about engineering, right?
But on the other hand, notch is already a millionaire, right?
Maybe he wants to start his own space program?
Do you mean these live PAs?
Maybe they're just being nice?
That's even better! Imagine the headache for NSA staff if TOR becomes popular in congress.
You do not have to be religious to say "This will never be profitable. Lets subsidize this good old proven industry which creates jobs and wealth for all of us".
Go ahead if you can pay for using Deep Space Network: http://deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/
I actually read TFA because it's too painful to stay here.
- Stakeholders do not understand KISS.
- Good designers that actually think about their design implementation are rare beasts. Most just draw whatever they like visually like.
- Again, stakeholders do not understand how responsive design works. They ask different for different things from desktop and mobile sites.
- As a result of things I listed above developers maintain two fairly different frontends.
- After a while stakeholders forget we have two versions of the website and plan new features with one (desktop or mobile) version in mind. Some developers just send them back to drawing board, some implement whatever they ask and add even more fragmentation.
No loss? In case of Lithuanian branch it'd be pure win for mental health of the readers. You have no idea how crap it is.
My doctor says it's OK for me to argue with myself as long as I wear a Bluetooth headset.
Yes, show your developers matter. I didn't realize this until I joined my current workplace. Asking for IDE license? (approx 1/20th of my monthly pay): "We'll look at that". Multiple times. Complaining your machine is crap? (laptop with 4 gigs of ram, maxed out): no reaction at all. Asking HR to purchase bicycle via cycle scheme?: "We'll look at that" (3 months now, not a single step taken). Needless to say I'm looking for a new place.
Next will be "questionable" sites like erowid.org.
...about explosive news from Washington. It's going to be a bomb when public knows it!