But hey we have some crappy 3d painting functionality in MS Paint! Hooray?
Certainly, but the process is a little hard on the cow, and thus would draw protests from PETA and the like.
It's ATSC now, buddy.
I think sliding doors could work better than gull wing even if only the back doors were done but I don't see how they'd get the front doors to slide at the same time. At least sliding doors would be mechanically simpler and probably better at keeping water out.
Secondly, their service used to be all about relevance - start Netflix and you were recommended shows / films based on viewing preferences. But now they aggressively promote their own content whether the show is of relevance or not. New shows appear in enormous banners, and sometimes video clips as soon as you start the service
So do people "prefer" their content? I don't know if that can be said because they have been systematically undermining the other content for some time. I also believe that if people were asked if they wanted Netflix to spend $100 million on a series they weren't interested in or $100 million to buy the rights to hundreds of quality movies and shows (not dreck) for a year that they might prefer the latter option.
Watches aren't just for bling, they're there to tell the time. A watch that needs to charge constantly, or needs to be pushed / shaken to show the time, or is hard to read in sunlight is a pain in the ass. That's why "smart" watches fail. They compromise the most basic function that they are supposed to perform. Instead we get shit like wrist cameras, half assed phone sync functionality, heart rate monitors etc. If someone produces a smart watch that tells the time with an always-on display, that works in and out of doors, that lasts weeks or months between charges then we might be getting somewhere. The other stuff is merely a bonus at that point.
It's notable that the gull wing doors are always demoed in tight spaces because that's about the only place they tenuously offer any advantage, but since the front row has regular doors I'm not sure how that's supposed to make sense either.
As for charts, the fall off in incidences of disease exactly correspond with the uptake in vaccination. As does the opposite, that when vaccination rates decline, outbreaks increase. Denying it is pathetic.
There's no proof that it has anything to do with Wikileaks, but in a world of IoT devices with no thought toward security, anyone who cares to do so can mount DDOS with the power of a national entity.
What's the point of doing what Assange and Wikileaks have been doing without any moral position? He isn't helping his own case.
No, of course it is not legal to set a trap to intentionally hurt someone, even if you expect that the trap could only be activated by the person committing property theft or vandalism. Otherwise, you'd see shotguns built into burglar alarms.
Fire alarm stations sometimes shoot a blue dye which is difficult to remove or one which only shows under UV. Never stand in front of one when pulling the lever! But they are not supposed to hurt you.
And of course these booby traps generally are not as reliable as the so-called "inventor" thinks and tend to hurt the innocent.
Unix will self-destruct in five seconds... 4... 3... 2... 1...