> It's moving East, not South.
Hmmm.... *BRAIN STRAIN*.... ummm... wouldn't any direction from the north pole be south?
Aaaah... This is one of these unfunny geeky jokes that I'm not quite geeky enough to get.
OK OK I fell for it... jokes on me.
I feel like such a jock now?
This article covers it...
I've heard it from several sources though, they have geological proof that the earths magnetic field has been periodically flipping and reversing its polarity, and that it does this at periodic intervals, and that we are in fact due for a flip any millenia now.
Fox news is obviously biased. People see it for what it is. The biggest threats to democracy are not obvious ones.
The path to tyranny is one which involves the elimination of jobs for ordinary working people whilst at the same time handing over more control and power to those who control the game. For would be dictators journalists are of course #1 on their hit list.
To quote Goethe, "None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free". This whole thread of discussion, cheering on the downfall of the traditional journalistic business model is a graphic display of that sort of stupidity.
Do you understand Microsoft actually helped Mono be created?
Do you know that the
Mono is very clearly a fully ligitimate, independent implementation of the open
There's simply no logic to anything you're saying. It's pure stupidity/FUD.
What a crock.
Mono is a independent open source project. Microsoft has no real control over this code.
*IF* Microsoft tried to hijack or close down Mono, it would need to do so through the courts, when was the last time Microsoft won a case like that?
I think if Microsoft ever tried to do such a thing, the Mono community would simply do the same thing that Microsoft did to Sun's Java platform (the true origins of C#). When Sun tried to dictate control over their platform Microsoft simply stopped shipping the JVM on their OS and soon after started shipping the
This is simply sensless anti-MS zealotry. Applications written on Mono are no more of a risk than those written on any other platofrm
It makes perfect sense to me. Go to google switch off safe search, go to image search, a lot of pretty innocuous searches come up with stuff you probably dont want children seeing....
I rest my case. I mean lets get real here, what sort of job would they be doing to let kids access that stuff?
I think any software product like this would be totally ineffectual without search engine integration.
Adding features does not necessarily increase functionality -- it just makes the manuals thicker.