You have evidently never hung out with sawfish. It's all they talk about.
humans can make ANYTHING go extinct
You greatly overestimate your species.
Your parents named you "shit Jim"?
It can't be me because I never would have designed it to be reversible. I would have just told people to pay up for the keys after overwriting their files with random data. It's like half the work.
Umm, no. CATV stands for Community Antenna TeleVision; it evolved because people in areas without OTA reception (i.e., valleys) put up a shared antenna to receive OTA signals.
The robots would rather kill everything.
Wild, rampant, and baseless speculation.
He could have found Jesus and decided to not be mean to people.
He could have multiple personality disorder.
He could be a dog with a computer randomly pawing at the keys.
Spoken like someone who doesn't understand the difference between a workstation and a server.
I thought all Alaskans were owned by the Discovery channel and worked on reality shows.
It works perfectly fine for everything except DirectX gaming. I don't think you need to worry about Call of Duty in your office environment. There's a difference between a VM and emulation, just so you know.
The ones least likely to be replaced are a) socially prestigious, or b) in jobs that require direct interaction with humans. So lawyers and Doctors are safer then anyone else.
The lion's share of MDs could be replaced by machines. We tend to worship the ground they walk on in the United States but at the end of the day medicine is just a trade, no different than plumbers or electricians, and nurses do the bulk of the work in your typical medical practice. The percentage of truly innovative Doctors is no different than the percentage of truly innovative coders, for most it's just rote memorization and long established best practices.
There are countries that recognize this fact, where MDs are paid less than teachers and society doesn't treat them as Gods walking amongst men. Of course, in fairness to American MDs, Doctors in those nations don't have to deal with crushing malpractice premiums and student loan debt.......
Why would someone want to be free of Microsoft?
Better question: Why is it still an A/B choice in the day and age of virtual computing? It's not like you even have to deal with the hassle of dual booting anymore. I run Slackware as my native OS, use it for >50% of my daily tasks, and still have the option of firing up Windows in a VM when the need arises.
Yeah, I wasn't really disputing that point dude.
Just saying that the days of SMS being delivered via the paging channel on the voice network are fading into the past. It's all data now. The only thing the old method had going for it was that it was easier on the battery. The newer data networks purchase responsiveness at the expense of battery life by going into sleep mode less frequently.
And SMS is the most reliable because it involves the voice signaling channel and telephone companies are more or less required to reliably deliver them.
Not with newer phones; Verizon's new model phones all deliver SMS via the data network. That's why your texts are sent so much faster than they used to be, the phone doesn't have to deal with contention to secure a channel on the voice network just to send 140 bytes. Voice is going there too, see VoLTE. Eventually it's all just going to be packets. The carrier's voice and SMS services will get special QoS treatment but that's the only thing that will be special about them.
At least they're not using UDP.