That's the Cosmic Shame.
That's the Cosmic Shame.
...in a galaxy far far away vs. in our galaxy.
Everybody else installs a large spike in front of each seating position, covered by a faulty airbag.
Remove the airbag so people can see the spike pointed at them and see how that affects accident statistics.
The main reason to add ChakraCore support in Node.js will help the IoT version of Windows 10 to run JS apps on IoT devices
V8 doesn't support Windows?
History, or at least English, also teaches that etymology is just for nerds and is not instructive of meaning.
I think etymology gives very clear meaning to your previous post.
The worlds most useless word.
I have read The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, and The Silmarillion. All at least twice. Loved them. And still I have no quarrel with any of Jackson's movies.
I'm happy about what was left in, taken out, twisted or invented. I'm happy with how many films there were, and how long.
...has never had a better application.
Ya, I clicked on it.
You just read my headline. What happens next will make you click it!
Congratulations both of you. You've got Apple all figured out.
There I was thinking that improving iOS would boost sales-of and loyalty-to the biggest margin phone line-up that ever existed, when all the while I completely missed the nickel-and-diming opportunity of ad-blockers diverting petty-cash away from competing advertisers!
Genius. I mean, why would Apple make mere billions on hardware when it could rake-in hundreds, thousands, maybe even MILLIONS with its iAd platform?
Never, ever going to work.
Well sure. Nothing works if you try to do everything at once.
Try building a human from a pile of space-dirt in 9 months. You can't do it. It won't work. Especially not in that time-scale.
...and the Universe will produce a better idiot.
I'm sure the same applies for liars.
Linux? There's not much call for it. Not round here, sir.
Not much ca-- it's the SINGLE MOST POPULAR CHEESE IN THE WORLD!
Apple makes, relatively speaking, no money at all from advertising.
Indeed, if you take its entire software ecosystem as a whole, it makes up for a mere fraction of Apple's total profit when compared to its hardware sales.
So when we're all being very clever cynics and conspiracy theorists, perhaps we would do well to look at the motivation of a company in a holistic sense. For Apple, perhaps if they let users control ads, their overall experience of the platform improves, and they're more likely to remain loyal and keep buying hardware.
"You must have an IQ of at least half a million." -- Popeye