Wait. You're trusting investors and stockholders, whose primary goal is to make money, to ensure that the company sticks to their profitibility-limiting "benefit corp" goals?
I suggest IronCrypt or something of the sort that projects strength and security.
Suddenly I think of banjos.
Just installed and tried it. I don't see the "Switch to Classic Menu Style" option on the Application Launcher. I probably won't use it just for that.
I thought the same thing at first. However, assuming that the simulation implements only the very fundamental building blocks of physics at it's core, it is interesting to see that they translate to match our observations on a macro scale. Given that, it's just a matter of what else we can glean from the simulation runs that we have yet to observe IRL. These new insights don't have to be taken as truth, but rather lead us to new observations.
from "may" and "could" to "can."
Actually, the article states that Cyanogenmod uses the same blob as well.
I've kept my passwords in an AxCrypt encrypted spreadsheet forever - think I'll migrate to KeepAss now. Linux, Windows and Android clients? Perfect.
Beta Blows Beta Blows
Bummer, Winamp + Shoutcast DSP is perfect (and free) for broadcasting to Live365 and such (aside from stability issues - which now will never get fixed). MediaMonkey is close except for metadata updates.
I *WILL* notice, especially when the person in front of me reclines back at full speed.
Wasted space, useless pictures, makes digesting the news more difficult.