Exactly so. If I remember my economics properly...
OMG! The free market is a casino!
No; they just didn't include it in iOS 4 or earlier versions.
However, they have included wireless updating in iOS 5. So once you upgrade to v5 via cabled connection, you'll be able to get future updates over the air.
"...the timezone database used in about every unix/linux platform in use on the planet..."
But, is it used in any unix/linux platforms not in use on the planet? What about off the planet?
Seems like a little bit of black tape ought to fix the camera, no?
And how long will it be before somebody hacks it to transmit pictures of hentai (NSFW) back to the Illinois traffic HQ?
Or, more likely: how long before somebody hacks it to pick up the camera feed from unauthorized recievers?
True, contact lists and autocomplete should eliminate this... in theory.
In practice, there are legitimate holes in the system. Maybe you fatfinger the address when sending from your smartphone, where you can't access your contact list. Or maybe a colleague or client mistypes the address in an e-mail to multiple people, and then you simply "reply all" not realizing that address was wrong -- which sends the mail to the wrong address, but also gets your e-mail software to assume that's a valid address to add to your contact list.
It also has nothing to do with Windows, unless Microsoft is more omnipowerful than I thought...
He'd have to search:
Man, that's a lot of computers to search.
While he never outwardly admitted it, he likely realized on some level that an idealistic approach such as his communism would not be able to stand up to the crushing weight of human want and corruption in a large country. Which is, of course, exactly what happened in Russia and China; neither of which ever accomplished true communism on a national scale.
Agreed. I always thought Marx knew that ideals would never come to fruition -- not even his ideals. Capitalism does not create greed; people do. Greed will exist wherever human nature exists.
I have never seen anything fill up a vacuum so fast and still suck. -- Rob Pike, on X.