Which certainly doesn't claim 5000+ researchers per capita. The highest possible number of anything per capita you can have is 1 (one). Sweden has 5000+ researchers per 1 million capita (to put it like that).
Slashdot videos: Now with more Slashdot!
One central requirement is that the person punished can learn something from it
and experience it. Since the end of your life is the end of experience, the "punished" doesn't experience the punishment.
Capital Punishment is vengeance, no more, no less. A civilized society doesn't do vengeance. A civilized society is governed by logic and reason. Sadly that hasn't been the case anywhere in the US since at least the late 1970s, and since the 1990s it's been all about Jesus, God, Santa Claus, The Tooth Fairy and other childhood fantasy figures.
And none of that has to do with the facts that some people do deserve it
Lots of people deserve to die. Capital "punishment" is not punishment however, given the fact that the "punished" just stops existing and is therefore no longer neither punished nor capital. This is why the base difference between a civilized society and a non-civilized society is whether the government engages in acts of vengeance (capital punishment). No civilized society engages in vengeance. It's for the mentally deficient.
The USA though stands shoulder to shoulder with Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and The ISIS in supporting capital punishment.
Execution is vengeance, not punishment. A civilized society doesn't engage in vengeance. Simple as that. The US in this regard is about as civilized as Saudi Arabia and The ISIS.
The error here is that the programmer was given a login to a database and that login had been granted "DELETE" permissions. On vital systems, the standard software should basically never be granted "DELETE" permissions, only CREATE, SELECT and UPDATE. Deleting a record should involve setting its status to "deleted" nothing else. There is only one reason (except the obvious ability to use referential integrity when doing business operations) to delete something from a table, and that is to free up space. Since it costs less to add more storage to the system than it does to pay a programmer to enter "DELETE FROM WHERE LAST_UPDATED
Programmers do frequently need to be given access to databases, and as such they will typically have lots of access to sensitive data. Sadly most companies include delete access when granting to the logins the developers use. That is never necessary. Only a single login should have delete access, and it should be strictly monitored.
I'm not even sure at the moment if film is still available for it, just your normal 35mm type
Just a side-note: If it was an SLR, it uses 35mm film, so film is available for it. "All" SLRs have "always" used 35mm film (until they became digital).
I have no use for a camera no matter the type at this time
So, what you are saying is that you have no interest in photography. You never take pictures for the sake of taking pictures, you only take pictures of stuff you need to identify and similar. Your camera phone is only a basic visual note-taker. You have no kids or others you want to take pictures of.
OK, then I agree with you. If you have no need to take pictures, you (obviously) have no need for a camera. I wonder what happened to "I was very much into photography" then.
I like one item that replaces many which the cell phone does. One item required is a decent camera and the S5 takes some incredible pictures for a cell phone
Yes, the S5 takes incredible pictures for a cell phone, which is the same as to say that a child's to spade does an incredible amount of work for a dump truck. Seriously, you do not need to compare the S5 with a DSLR for it to be bad. The majority of brand-name point and shoots (as for example the Canon S100 series) are going to blow your S5 out of the water, and they are not hefty or unwieldy.
I was very much into photography
If you were, you were not into quality images. If you were, you'd hate your S5 in almost every single way except its portability. Image quality is mediocre at best, features are non-existing (RAW please?), the chip is so tiny it is almost impossible to take pictures with narrow depth of field (pictures of people in general requires narrow depth of field) and to get them you'd have to go close, exposing the extreme wide-angle of your phone camera and the associated distortions.
I use my Canon S100 for ultra-portability, I use my Panasonic-GX7 for portability (both fits in a pocket) and the ability to use interchangeable lenses. For video and good portability I carry the Panasonic GH4, but when quality is important I bring out the Canon DSLR every time.
To many DSLR users, having those features in the camera are a gimmick
and the camera manufacturers agree, so they don't put those features in. Result: 75% drop in P&S sales, 70% drop in DSLR sales, 20% drop in mirror less sales. Hopefully Canon and Nikon will wake up and smell the shit they are shoveling.
Though I still don't get why anyone would want to make a timelapse video or stitch photos right in the field
The consumer wants to. He doesn't care for sitting in front of his computer stitching and editing video (that's boring work and seriously, he barely understands the magic of his computer). He never will. It must come out of the camera.
Have you actually used a DSLR within the last 5 years? People use them to make pro movies now.
He's right though. I have the Panasonic GH4 in addition to my Canon gear. The GH4 will shoot a time-lapse in camera and store it as a movie. In camera. Can you do that with any Canon? No. My Panasonic will shoot 96 fps and when I get it off the memory card it is already slow-mo. Can Canon do that? No, I have to go import the video into some sort of editor on my PC to make it slo-mo. In camera stitching of panorama - check.
His point is seriously valid. Camera manufacturers need to get their shit together and create better enthusiast cameras. Compact sales are down 75%. DSLR sales are down 70%. Mirrorless system cameras sales are down 20%. None of this is related to smart phones as such. People expect more and camera manufacturers are not delivering. It's been possible to put an intervalometer (it's only software) into any Canon or a Nikon for a long time, just ask the guys at Magic Lantern, but Canon and Nikon are refusing to do so. They are morons.