This is not non-commercial, right? The $5,000 limit shouldn't apply. Where to read about that limitation?
BBC gone bonkers? "Support for the plans - brain child of Swiss businessman turned politician Thomas Minder - has been fuelled by a series of perceived disasters for major Swiss companies, coupled with salaries and bonuses staying high"
Disasters, or only perceived disasters?
I thought the same. Trademarks don't expire. This could become widespread.
Are backdoors like with hushmail (at least technically) possible?
Hushmail To Warn Users of Law Enforcement Backdoor: http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2007/11/hushmail-to-war
Encrypted E-Mail Company Hushmail Spills to Feds: http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2007/11/encrypted-e-mai
Now got through, first upload failed. Not really important, for sure.
Careful what you ask for: next thing you know, scientists will be (even more) selected on their policies.
vlm: "you're really correlating ALL industrial era commodities because they all grew about the same rate in the same economy."
Depends on what data is analyzed. Maybe there are gradients in sugar consumption, which can be correlated with gradients of violence. Maybe there are other clever ways at looking at it.
How is it with sugar consumption. Is there a correlation? S
Is this article written by a professional writer like Harlan Ellison, http://www.photographyhistory.com/harlanellisontypewriter.html ?
Why would a professional writer care about stylesheet? Can't the publisher look after that part? Why is
the professional writer not happy with Notepad?
Otherwise, the article strikes me as a collection of randomly selected and unmotivated issues with using word processors.
Now getting the impression you don't know what you're talking about.
Don't understand what?
Amazon "search inside this book" has no results for "NP" as in P vs. NP. How can that be? The book doesn't draw the connection to this major relevant open question on one hand, but has "burden of proof" in the title on the other hand?
There's a difference between "doesn't appear likely to" and "appears likely not to". There is a whole spectrum of grades of certainty / uncertainty. The one chosen here looks pretty low.