We've seen the US go to war from much less "evidence". Can you say "WMD in Iraq"?
Maybe he does a nice introduction a la "If you see this video, I'm dead. Thanks for stealing an hour of my dwindling life for it. Not".
Often times, that battery can be remotely deactivated.
So, if you're late on payments or there is some other disagreement: poof, car goes nowhere.
Welcome to the end of ownership.
Also, it wouldn't take long before the first "innocent bystander" would be hit by a ricocheting bullet or a shrapnel.
Like upwards 25 USD for a pizza.
I wouldn't spend money on dinner I don't even like!
But I wouldn't argue. I just wouldn't join them.
Turned out to be a good thing.
> Students can write their reports and essays using LaTex
Good luck getting anyone outside CS to do that. Even if the student learns LaTeX, he/she won't likely be able to collaborate with other students/advisers easily.
Even for my CS thesis, the professor wanted word files (annotate feature).
But I used lyx/klyx to write it and so he got PDFs, which he printed.
Lyx was wonderful, allowing me to concentrate almost exclusively on the text itself and not worrying about formatting. p I wish they would teach actual typesetting skills in school (because producing a document is a bit more than just filling a page with letters and spaces and a few pictures)!
Same reason why Solaris 11 is actually 2.11...
Thank god, US tech companies need to export their stuff, too.
I'm pretty sure that Apple et.al. have it clear to the various representatives in political offices what kind of policy they are going to support (i.e.: donate money) in the future and what they will not support. After all, Cook hired this new lobbyist: http://appleinsider.com/articl...
US is a corporatocracy - and Apple has very deep pockets and very loyal customers (who often also have deep pockets) with long memories - nobody in D.C. wants that combination against them.
Where exactly is your problem?
Seriously, who cares about Facebook postings anyway? Are these people a bunch of 12 year olds?
I don't need a FB account to know that I probably can't differentiate between official propaganda, astroturfers, shills and real eye-witness reports - on both sides.
Maybe Ukraine should buy more ads on FB - that usually helps...
So, it may be a bit too much for the kids, actually (as someone already suggested).
But still, it's a good idea. In these war-zones, "Game Over" really is more than two words.