Well, there you go. They didn't want to offend the *other* Axis nation by making "Windows Nein".
...and when it boots up, we can have a sound clip of Patrick Steward saying, "Make it so!"
Prior to Windows 8, what exactly where people using to start applications if they were not using the start menu?
Two obvious answers are desktop icons and running the files themselves and having the file association start the right app.
They always have been. Not that "conservative Republicans" are often much better. Politicians generally feel they know how you should live your life better than you do--people who don't have that itch don't feel the need to go into politics.
"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win."
For other scientists, it's not about trust. For the general public, who can't perform your experiments (or, as a rule, even understand them), it *is* about trust.
That would be because they're trying to scam you.
To put it in perspective, the Red Cross mandates that you can only donate a half-liter of blood every eight weeks. The adult human body only has about five liters of blood in it.
It's the parser in the shell itself that has some fundamental flaws because it executes code inside environment variables that are totally unchecked.
Which makes it a bad language, because bash not only allows but *requires* the execution of code inside environment variables.
You could have a brilliant programming language and still make the exact same mistake.
Well, no, because a brilliant programming language would not allow the execution of code inside interpolated environment variables as part of its specification.
He's against Anarchy in the UK, then?
The only simple explanation I see is, the tax is based on the 'value' of the areal, which might be higher if there is a pool.
Which would be exactly correct. Real estate taxes are levied on the appraised value of the real estate, which a pool would increase.
Note that this is even more clear-cut, because we're not just talking about a pool, but a piece of real estate documented to the taxman as a vacant lot with not just a pool, but an entire mansion, which, of course, raises the value of the property by quite a lot.
How is it logical that he loses his job and now he can't get any job?
Quite logical, really. These days, HR will do a background check on *anybody* they hire. All you need is an Internet connection, after all. When the whistleblowing comes up, the HR guy decides, "He's a trouble-maker. I've got dozens of other resumes. I'll pick somebody who's not a trouble-maker."
Now, if it were antidisestablishmentarianism, I could get behind that.
And List::Util isn't in my installation of perl. sort -R works, though.
What do mean? Obama's government is incredibly transparent! You can't see anything at all!