What if the KochBros started funding Quiverfull private schools?
Should we be concerned, make popcorn, or wait until it ever happens?
Exactly. "Bill and Melinda Gates answer to no electorate, board, or shareholders; they are accountable mainly to themselves." first she has to establish that this is a problem and why. Possibly she did and the reviewer missed that, but it doesn't seem that way.
Hey Linsey McGoey: Sad day for you!
Really? I guess Windows 10 really will be the last Windows. See, I have this strange idea that I own my computers and my Internet connection.
I can't remember when I opened an Office app with intent.
W10 won't run my old favorite games.
That flat monochrome UI is a regression to Windows 2.1, and makes long-existing apps look like poop.
My LAN took a vote and they're split down the middle on processors and terabytes between Windows and Linux, and I know who the Androids will support.
My last Windows anchor was Delphi, and I've switched to Lazarus.
Apple? An Apple Pi would have no I/O ports.
IRS 501(c)(3) organizations are restricted from political action group activities. If they want the benefit of being a charity, they have to act like one.
(Not that it really matters because the IRS lost the Ring of Power to Audit Church-like organizations back in 2009 or so.)
I wear Old Flux. That new low-lead stuff just doesn't smell right.
Old Flux. The solder your solder could smell like.
Do you mean that I can't take some age-old idea, process or system, add "on the Internet" or "with a computer" to it and patent it?
Dog-walking on the Internet sounded so promising too.
I prefer a hostsfile myself.
Blocking at the router means that I don't have to tweak several hosts files, plus it covers my Android devices that don't have easily accessible hosts files, but do have pre-installed Facebook apps that call home every night with huge permissions that send who-knows-what, and can't be uninstalled. (When I finally rooted the tablet, I did some cleaning.)
You cannot have a science without measurement. -- R. W. Hamming