The bill was reportedly "introduced by John Federico, a cable industry lobbyist."
I didn't see this on SlashDot when it was introduced, but the Internet definitely responded to the threat of damage.
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To me it's OK, if it doesn't run full OS X. If it runs
2)Logic compatible Music creation(Like GarageBand)
It might be a useful addition to what I have.
If I had mod points, I'd mod you up. Very creative. Nobody commented on Poe's law however....
If spread sheet says 2+2=5 , what do you trust? The spread sheet , which has huge amount of computational mathematics behind it, or your eyes which has, well you , behind it. With the state of mathematics education, I'd trust the spreadsheet. Besides the mathematics may have changed since the last version. What was Edgar Allan Poe's law? Or was it Nathan? Let me ask the computer..
My father was the fix-it-all man in 1957 when I was 10 years old. One day he was fixing an X-Ray machine, and after he fixed it he showed me how heart heart beats, which was fascinating. I watched it for about a minute. Innocent days.
Especially Anticipatory Retaliation..
Professor Hacker's article is a modest proposal based on Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, and a very good one. The article is apparently written for the celebration of the eightieth anniversary of the publication of the book. It's a trap to get people to discuss the antithesis of his real point. It is beautifully done, and suckered in a lot of people.
I didn't see anybody mentioning that this is a very clever spoof on Brave new World. The fact that the equation is wrong is a dead giveaway. Kudos to prof Hacker.
--Like Christmas in the US. A month is a bit excessive though.
Yeah, but it's not like it's every year.It's only every 354 days.
Will also ensure that the other guy will not attack you...
Must be Barnum's Animal Crackers. I think they are the only ones that have seals (and giraffes)
God helps them that themselves. -- Benjamin Franklin, "Poor Richard's Almanac"