You say that, and yet, despite historically great conditions the French still rose up and killed the aristocracy.
So what you're saying is that you have absolutely no understanding of history. Which is fine. But so long as you stay in that mode, consider keeping your nonsense zipped. You're just embarrassing yourself.
and how is inequality not leading to the destruction of individual freedoms?
No, the burden is on YOU to explain how the fact that your neighbor makes twice your income is somehow destroying, say, your freedom of speech. Be specific.
Which Android keyboard app do you recommend for adding "a minimal level of markup" without having to spend most of the time juggling the lowercase letters, numbers and basic punctuation, and additional punctuation pages?
People need to quit building full programs in a lightweight scripting language, and go back to native fat applications.
And watch you become unable to use "native fat applications" made for an operating system other than the one your device runs.
I don't allow outside access to my file server at home. From my file server I can make whatever changes needed to the website
If you get an idea for an update while away from home, particularly for an extended period, what do you do with that idea?
Are those other people unpatched too?
For one thing, patches are ineffective against a bandwidth consumption attack. For another, I'm told a lot of these attacks target Internet-exposed devices other than PCs, such as modem-routers and older smartphones. An ISP subscriber might not have authority to make and apply updates to the modem-router that the subscriber is leasing from the ISP, and the ISP might have neglected to do so. Or an update might not exist at all.
what happens when the attacker takes advantage of a vulnerability that is introduced by an update?
Is this nearly as common as an update removing a vulnerability?
I'm using Pelican (Python) to convert my websites into static websites. With nothing to hack, script kiddies go away.
How do you edit your Pelican-powered website while away from your home PC? Skiddies can hack through that.
And how is that different than simply #including a crypto library, which has the added bonus that you can pick any number of crypto libraries.
I can see three ways to proceed:
Is there also a "less than and of the same type" operator? Or is calling strcmp() the best practice for this?
only like 6bn people in the world use languages that require some unicode character or another for something
Slashdot, on the other hand, is intended for use by those people who read and write English.
If I made my livelihood on selling sheet music for my own songs, a handful of incorrect takedown notices that bumped me off Google would be devastating to my business
Likewise for a handful of incorrect notices of claimed infringement sent to your ISP. You can sue the bastards for defamation of title unless the claim is that your own song is substantially similar to one of their own.
I believe that would be because your phone is not enrolled in an MDM manager.
That'd be fine if there were a "Send me to Google Play Store to temporarily enroll my phone in Netflix's MDM for the duration of the test" button.
Start now by using the same Free and Open Source Software on Windows as you will be using under Linux (to the extent that it is available on Windows).
And often it isn't.
Case in point: What free paint program for Windows or X11/Linux has a feature comparable to "adjustment layers" in Photoshop? An adjustment layer is a copy of the layers below it with some filter automatically run on it, which updates automatically whenever a layer below it changes. I couldn't find any way to make an adjustment layer in GIMP 2.8.16, which ships with Xubuntu 16.04 LTS.
System restarting, wait...