If I had easy access to three button mice, I'd buy them.
Along the same lines of not integrating online and brick-and-mortar, I hate that most stores don't have a good way to access in-store inventory online. If I'm visiting Sears' website, it's generally not because I want to order something online from Sears, and even less likely that I want to buy from another seller on Sears' copy-cat Amazon marketplace. It's because I want something now and I want to find out if the store has it. As far as I can tell, that's pretty much impossible with most stores other than by going in yourself or taking the time to call every store and find someone in the right department who can tell you whether they have the sort of item you're looking for.
If only the Supreme Court agreed with you (and the Constitution...)
I believe it's GAN-Lite. Not 100% sure.
Umm, the "fanatical" left is still complaining plenty. Just the mainstream (center-right) Democratic partisans have stopped, because they only care about what party is in power. Please don't confuse the two. (For details, just look at how much the Obama administration derides "professional leftists")
hundreds or thousands
The fixed maximum number will not lead to a deflationary spiral as you think
as each coin is divisible by 99,999,999 , over time as value goes up, less amounts are used, the coins are continually split up.
And what, exactly, do you think deflation is?
It's back up to lifetime protection as of a few months ago.
Any chance you can provide some citations on this? I am honestly curious because this goes against everything I know about public domain, I could not find any references to the concept you refer to (except that Congress can re-copyright expired copyrights), and also no reference to the empire game issue you referred to. About the closest thing I found was RMS stating that there would be an empire game for GNU is his manifesto, but with no indication that it was in response to some lawsuits (and mentioned in parallel with X, lisp, text editors, etc.)
You're thinking of plagiarism. Copyright infringement is infringing someone's copyright, which is their legal right to control distribution of their works. When you distribute a work in a manner that the copyright owner does not allow, you are committing copyright infringement. You should use the proper terminology instead of trying to redefine things to what you want them to mean, and then saying that those who don't agree with your redefined terms need to "learn english".
Lots of pixels and a proper 4:3 aspect ratio.
If anything, these companies should be forced to pay a class action settlements to anyone who bought their products at artificially high prices.
Here you go: https://lcdclass.com/
It's disturbing to me how little this has been publicized, to the point that even comments on this article don't mention it. It's an unusually decent class action settlement too, with damages around $25/screen (and not in coupons). The filing deadline is tomorrow, so get to it quick!
I wasn't going for a strong reference to the movie quote. More the fact that credible literally means believable
Incredible. Although completely believable.
That word, I don't think you know what it means.