Right now, Windows 7 sucks the least.
Maybe the next Java for the Mac won't suck. Their implementation has been crippled with memory leaks and is always back rev. It's slow and clunky and I've always had the impression that they intentionally developed it that way so people wouldn't use it. Good riddance.
So what you're saying is that you own one. Ok.
I know 2 people that own iPads: a 60-something guy with a GED that spent his life working as a clerk or a delivery guy and never complained about it and a 91 year old WW2 vet that became a real estate agent after the war. What they both have in common? They're both really inquisitive and they both love new technology. Neither of them are selfish or elite.
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We've suffered this case for how many years and this is their evidence? Someone tell me that they actually had a software engineer with extensive multi-generation and cross platform software development experience testify. Code like "if (foo->bar == 0) return 0; return foo->bar;" simply DOES NOT qualify as duplicated code. This is their evidence? Come on.
How about a World Space Agency instead of this massive expenditure and duplication of effort.
Oh, right. That would make sense.
And the modification of a duplicate block will generate not only a copy-on-write fault but also a law suit by whoever owns the COW patent.
Send me that "measly" $7.8 million would ya? Since it's just a drop in the bucket...
Start a consulting business removing viruses from folks' Windows boxes. That's what I did after I quit my job and pissed away my life's savings on an idea that only I thought was a good idea.
Slackware v0.0something around 1994. Stored on and ran off a 5.25" floppy on a 386-25 with 256K of RAM and a 40Mb disk. Or 192K/20Mb. It was 20 computers ago and hundreds of OSs ago. I ran it long enough to say "this sucks" and went back to my brand-X SVR4 install which was installed off of about 50 3.5" floppies.
I just upgraded my quad-core box with 4G RAM/500G Rust from Hardy to Jaunty yesterday from an ISO I downloaded.
Is it time for us all to "embrace and extend" or should
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