Well, there seems to be one party that always starts a war when they are lost for what to do (and it works, they get reelected!), while the other party is desperately trying to pull out of those wars without leaving a failed state or total anarchy behind. So yes, use your brain and vote, man! There is a choice.
Indeed. I would happily order some items on my phone, especially if I know the retailer and do not have to make massive comparisons.
However, I yet have to find a site where it actually works.
And what if I don't like the whole genre? I am not saying that growing up is easy, but hundreds of pages of pointless self pity are not going to help, are they?
Tenure pays the bills, integrity doesn't. At least in the current climate, but I would guess this has always been the case.
If you put it like this, it sounds like the liars have already won. Have they?
Indeed. You can call it a different set of assumptions, but it certainly does not come to any conclusions. It explains nothing, it predicts nothing, it is not falsifiable. It may be a model, not science. Good case study though into how gullible people can be without scientific training... (and sometimes even with).
I think the writing is actually ok, but the web site is certainly abysmal.
Exactly, the widespread use of antibiotics is part of the problem, not part of the solution. We need to make them scarce, we need to make them more expensive to be effective.
I stopped using Mozilla long ago. They broke automatic updates somewhere around the 4.0 mark, and it was not until 17 ESR that they started working properly again. That is just not good enough, and I cannot possibly recommend a browser that would let the update mechanism rot for years. IE, Google, Safari, they have all long solved the problem.
> If this is a goal of Mozilla, this is not an outrageous expenditure depending on how they calculate return.
Yes, it is outrageous - because Mozilla is not in it for the profit or the return - Mozilla is a not for profit organization! The goals are centered around open source, access to the internet, open platform, and the public benefit. Marketing is not going to achieve those benefits.
And a bad one, too, with a terrible resolution. Just get an amp meter and a cable, that should be under $10 together.
Typical slashvertising. I miss the good old days.
> So the particular statement referring to the NSA making identity theft easier is flat out BULLSHIT.
How so? I thought it is pretty much fact. They introduced some weak encryption, and most of all they introduced weak random number generators, which means any key generated using it should be considered compromised. If the NSA can break it, the hackers will learn how to break it, too, especially if there is money behind it.
Good question. Obviously a NSL can require them to hand over *customer* data, and to keep quiet about it.
But how about secret keys? It seems that the NSA is trying to get those, too. So all hardware made in the US is compromised.
And can they demand a company to lie to customers? To manipulate computer systems? To install back doors? I am not usually one for primary virtues, but this seems to be crossing a line.
"Look, this rock protects against giant killer rabbits. "
I can see two problems with this statement:
It is not a flat fee.
And it is not per swipe.
In fact, it is a commission or a share.
Oh, and it is of course not a benefit for the customer, as much as square is wiggling around the issue. They remove a price plan, and thereby increases prices.