Obviously plenty do. But to your point it seems a bit of a niche market. Considering a pretty good portion of those that do prefer the classic aesthetics I'm not sure how many are left to target.
And here I thought we were supposed to take all the people loving linux because it kept their old machines useful seriously.
Drinking from a pouch is going to taste like crap regardless if it has no way for the aroma to escape. And there's something about holding a nice warm mug that makes it the morning comfort beverage.
You've made the running for the most assinine Slashdot submission of the year.
Scientists can now detect the vibrations from an ant walking. Ants must be becoming larger, more powerful, and are on the brink of world domination.
And I'm pretty sure he doesn't dress like that.
They know the resolution stinks. What they are hoping for is that people will go through their personal photos that they took which are much better resolution and notice that one of them may be in the background.
The vast majority know they will get bored in a few weeks and the project itself will wither on the vine so it's not really worth any amount of effort even thinking about what license to use.
Just like Slashdot is by posting a non story for clicks.
The overall Works Like Crap Effect is still the same for the consumer. Semantics of the cause doesn't make the user any better off.
bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
If Twitter has any sort of physical presence in the country then they should have to follow their laws, be it offices, servers, sales people operating, etc.
Any recipe that calls out a Dutch Oven is not something I'm going to try.
He has a daughter who was aspiring to be a programmer but now daddy doesn't have the money to send her to college and she's taken a job as Charlie Sheen's "assistant"
If I were the guy that got fired I would go see a lawyer. I'm assuming the employer is covered as it's probably, however a civil case against her may be doable. I know it sounds a bit crazy, but you have NFL players who are convicted of crimes who fight bans from the NFL under right to work laws. No idea if legally it's plausible, but I sure would try. The argument can be made that this woman derailed someones career.