Would've been nice to add that little tidbit in the summary.
Just call it a parody highlighting the lack of plot and poor writing of Star Trek Beyond using contrast. Parody is largely protected from copyright and Paramount CBS can go suck eggs.
Hey that's an awesome idea, create a parody Star Trek movie short (29 min, 59 seconds) where the plot is that the "C.B.S. Enterprise" (Copyright Barristers' Ship), under captain T'Sapf enters the timeline from an alternate universe and sues the Federation for infringing 'their' IP rights (i.e. their continued existence) as per their "Paramount Directive". And as per Grand Council's order, are allowed to end their existence. Our hero (TBD) and his crew are to enter the alternate universe, navigate to their HQ (situated on the moon 'Ves', in orbit around planet Leslie) and resolve the issue.
Would we still have this issue if copyright term was limited to 2 x 14 = 28 years? I think not.
Correct. Windows 10 is dumbed down compared to Windows 7. Those with abilities hate it. Those who lack technical prowess love it, as it's right up their alley. It's too bad that "new" users will only experience dumbed-down and remain at that level. So it'll have to be dumbed down even further.
I forget which Sci-Fi story it was, but eventually society will transform into 2 classes: the tech-savvy sub-class minority that keeps things running, and the vast majority that's completely ignorant of anything "under the hood" (it just works! don't ask why! geez! just enjoy it!) and remain at a natural intelligence level of 12-year olds.
The Lost Levels is for gamers. Jumpy Mario is for idiots looking for a quick rush while it's popular, and do something else after 2-3 months.
"There is nothing new under the sun, but there are lots of old things we don't know yet." -Ambrose Bierce