I'm using Dalvek
I'm using Dalvek
Besides my other sarcastic post I want it to die! Oracle is our enemy here. Thanks to Oracle it is illegal now to use wine or any API that resembles something else.
Also thanks to Oracle it is illegal to use POSIX utilities like awk, sed, grep, and even bash! Yes, if it takes the arguments and is source compatible it is copyright violation as Sco or the open group owns the syntax
Gee thanks a lot.
Even Microsoft is not that evil and is at least changing with porting PowerShell, SQL server, ms code editor, and Azure hosting. Oracle is going the other direction. Let's let Java die a horrible death and not look back as it is our new biggest enemy. They are not worthy of our time
I love the fact when a non sanctioned language generates a lawsuit on demand when interacting with the APIs
Getting past all the jokes
It's probably just an alien Weiner broadcast.
(Sorry, there's no getting past the jokes on Slashdot.)
is that the Tesla will be running a v8.
Yeah, "a crushed shoulder joint
Unless maybe she was 100' up the tree, and hit a lot of branches on the way down.
Google is an Irish company too.
These deals were so routine wallstreet had a name for it: The Double Irish. Why is anyone even shocked.
I think what they are saying is they are going to screw with your latency and data rate such that an HD movie will stutter and an SD will play.
Basically, they are going to give you unlimited bandwidth in the same sense that a station wagon full of dvds is unlimited bandwidth. Yes there's a very very long latency but when the wagon arrives the delta function is so large that if occupies the entire spectrum. Voila unlimited data with unlimited bandwidth, very high latentcy
You've got to admit that the internet makes election years way less stuffy than they used to be.
Where independent unions are banned.
Basically when China and Russia gave up on socialism, they created a version of capitalism in the image of what they imagined capitalism to be; not the kind of liberal society you find in advanced Western democracies with their regulated market economies and worker's rights guarantees.
Intriguingly it's almost the very definition of Fascism. Mussolini preferred the term corporatism. But either way it's a paternalistic monopoly on power run in collaboration with corporations for the benefit of the common good. The problem of course is that monopoly on power thing sometimes gets in the way of common good and pateralism. But in the short run it's always produced world beating results. Until he invaded Ethiopia, il Duce's italian miracle in the midst of the depression was the envy of the world. Even FDR sent him mash notes.
SO it's more than ironic that China diverts socialism with Communism then bypasses capitalism for fascism.
I think my Linux is more secure than my Windows, but honestly it only takes one exploit.
If the spooks or large organized crime want in, they're in. Small fry *may* be kept out by best practices, but I wouldn't bet on it.
Anything secret shouldn't be on a computer, let alone a computer on the internet. But then there's the eternal trade-off between security and convenience.
How many softwares do you have?
What's missing from this discussion is any indication of what percentage of the refund-requesters actually put 50 hours into it.
For it to be not-uncommon in 70 years, a lot of 76 year olds now living will have to still be alive then.
Interesting fact (IIRC), if he lived to 969 then he died in the year of the flood.
There must be more to life than having everything. -- Maurice Sendak