This AC parent deserves to be modded up. Wikipedia should cite the best sources possible, but closed access is bad. As a working scientist, I have been frustrated by unavailable publications countless times, and have suffered weeks of delays waiting for ILL to come through.
On balance, I'm not sure if this Elsevier deal is bad or good. Propagating closed access is undesirable, but if Wikipedia ends up citing more reliable sources (i.e. lots of past research published in those journals) that editors would otherwise be unable to access it's hard to see that as bad. It's especially useful for editors to verify the content of papers which are being cited by others...
And if they want to put the tabs on top
I have them on the left (Tree Style Tabs). They also load and unload themselves from memory (BarTab), block ads (uBlock origin), and run only desired scripts (NoScript).
Chrome "apps" are essentially just bookmarks, which sometimes interact with a specialized extension. I guess the idea is continuity with ChromeOS or something.
As to why you'd need it, I have no answer.
This is false. The developer of NoScript says that they are working with him to make sure extensions may still alter native behavior.
So did you miss this part?
describe in detail how the device is protected from “flashing” and the installation of third-party firmware such as DD-WRT
Actually they are really proposing to ban third party software (Google cache of FCC page for "594280 D02 U-NII Device Security v01r02 - FCC"). For some reason the FCC page itself is redirecting me.
Describe in detail how the device is protected from “flashing” and the installation of third-party firmware such as DD-WRT.
A good friend feels this way. He is convinced that my house, which has as much technology as a linux user's house really should, is choked with rays (his words).
To be fair, the rays are everywhere. They're not interacting with his body, but they are there.
He's also convinced that chemtrails are real and that cancer is caused by a virus and that the black part of the gov't controls both.
Again, to be fair, a bunch of specific cancer types are caused by viruses. Cervical cancer and HPV for instance.
He's not making things up from whole cloth, but spinning partly understood fragments of truth into a delusional tapestry.
There's a little accidental dualism here. All mental processes are their neurochemical correlates. Illnesses with psychosocial causes are physically real even if their causes are psychosocial.
Be careful when a loop exits to the same place from side and bottom.