demonstrably provable software.
No such thing exists, or can exist.
Did I say anyone was excused?
I said you were a piece of shit for saying people should be tortured. We're trying to be better than those we condemn. Don't fuck that up.
You're also saying that two wrongs make a right, which is where you go off the rails and destroy your argument.
And the #1 reason to not stick with USB? Murphy will all but guarantee you'll try and plug it in wrong the first time, every time. Fucking connector..
Not just the first time, the second time, too. It's only on the third try it will fit.
Well. I wouldn't be so sure about calling that a success. OpenGL ES drivers are know to be even buggier and more terrible than the desktop OpenGL drivers.
Just like you didn't ruin your marriage, the guy who told your wife about your affair did!
I'm sorry, you seem to be having quite a good argument with the me who lives inside your mind, I'll leave you two to that and not interfere, shall I?
Let's see. We have proof of the US doing this. We don't have proof of China doing it.
Conclusion: Accuse China!
This makes perfect sense.
You can't really trust the firmware upgrader to actually write your code there unmodified, either. Or that your code is the only code that runs on the system.
And the article is dead wrong there. There was plenty of very independent development on the Amiga and Atari ST, for instance, long before PCs finally got graphics hardware that didn't suck terribly.
Not at all. PCs were just not capable of displaying properly animated games until quite a while after they were launched. They were far behind the capabilities of other home computers at the time for anything but business uses.
And when did people actually start playing real games on the PC?
In between, you had all kinds of home computers. Commodores, Ataris, Spectrums, a million things besides. That is where most of the action always was. The PC was very later to this party.
Apparently in this timeline, the world went from the Apple II to PCs, with nothing in between.
Well, yes, that is why the CIA should have known to NOT FUCKING DO THAT.
But no. Let's give the crazies solid proof of what used to be conspiracy theories.
Never put off till run-time what you can do at compile-time. -- D. Gries