Throw 10,000 cnames pointed at a single machine serving up parking pages, and boom - 10,000 websites running IIS.
I hate to say RTFA, and maybe click on some of the links inside, but you should. One of the links is this one describing how they determine what is an active site.
TL/DR, it says that your 10,000 websites running IIS would be completely ignored by the Netcraft survey of "active" sites, they have an algorithm in there to completely ignore templated "parking" pages and the like.
I'm pretty familiar with the Bible and its teachings, and I can categorically say that anyone who claims that God hates any particular category of sinner is not following the teachings of Christ, and therefore is not a Christian.
I am pretty sure you just defined the No true scotsman falacy
That the new combo OS, WebDroid, will be upon us?
This is the best I could find on the ICRC site. The Daily Mail is being a bit obnoxious, but the reality on the ICRC site is pretty stupid.
I play video games to do things I can't (shouldn't, wouldn't couldn't) do in real life, is this so surprising?
Maybe the response from
Coders write text files for a living, all these programs (vi, emacs, textmate, even notepad.exe, hell, why not?) are, at their core, text editors. Beyond that...
I love watching religious arguments, sanity leaves otherwise rational people
Use what works for you and gets you paid.
Your point is valid, but they do not deny this. It is sometimes intended as a political statement:
You know why I love topics like this one? The inevitable Slash-Dot geek off. This is how I learn about a lot of subjects, like here, I don't know astronomy too well, but I know SD has the people with the skills. The trolls are just comic relief.
I would think that any contest for assembling a computer would involve actually turning the computer on to test if you did it right.
Work expands to fill the time available. -- Cyril Northcote Parkinson, "The Economist", 1955