Why does GM claim we only license our cars?
Great IDE. All it needs is a good programmer's editor.
Back in '83-'84, when I was at UCSC, we had a geek crowd that was into comics. We had two women in our group.
Simon publishes MD5, SHA1, SHA256 and SHA512 sums for all official binaries.
Now everyone's going to know that I by "loose capacitors", ahem!
that is potentially dangerous.
Ohm my goodness!!!
When they pry it from my cold, dead fingers.
That's also an ancient address, but it's a badge of pride -- from being an early adopter on DSL (circa 2000 -- when they first rolled it out in my area).
Also, a lot of my professional email has been going there for years, so no need to change it.
I imagine a lot of the AOL addresses are inertia as well.
Rust may be interesting, but is useless for multithreading because as we all know, Rust never sleeps.
Hey hey, my my....
C++ will never die....
Space Squatters... The reality show that follows a bunch of ragtag astronauts who occupy the ISS and won't leave, as no evicting authority has jurisdiction!!
Fridays at 8, this fall on TLC!!!
If you thought cancelling your AOL account was difficult before...
Now you get to deal with the Verizon Customer Retention Specialists!!!!!!
At a previous job, we had a GPS simulator. It provided simulate sat signals to a GPS device for testing.
We could have had major fun with this if necessary.
As an Angeleno, I feel the exact same way about Burbank vs. LAX.
LAX is a fucking nightmare in every possible way, from the parking, to the TSA security theatre, to the insane traffic you have to fight just to get there.
Flying in and out of BUR, I'm in and out of the airport in minimal time -- you usually don't even have a wait at the TSA checkpoint.
There's a Sharp in my kitchen -- a vent hood model -- that was in there and old when I bought the house in 1999. By my count that's a minimum of 16, and given that it was old even then, probably much more.
I never change lightbulbs because it's a hardware problem, and I'm a software guy.
The GPL and BSD legal uncertainties may have been a part of it, but that still leaves us with the question, Why Linux and not HURD?
HURD was also GPL and free of the BSD uncertainties.