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That's a legitimate point of view. That's why I wish we could get rid of the corporatists and then have that national discussion
An OSS project is only in danger if there is project is backed only by commercial companies. OSS projects driven by a community and backed by some foundation (e.g. Zope foundation, Plone foundation, Python foundation) are unlikely in such a danger.
Open source is a concept where people get together write code to solve a common problem they have... they understand that they will not directly profit from the coding, although they may be seen as experts in whatever area their project is in, and they can then profit selling hardware, consulting on implementations, and other things.
If a company hires away all the programmers and then have them do something else so they don't contribute anymore, the project either is frozen, or new developers fork the project away from the original developers and the project moves on...
Hardly. The markets are defined by proximity to the stations, and what you would receive it you put an antenna on the roof of your house. According to the map you are not in "over the air" receiving distance of any New Hampshire stations. Your stations are in Burlington Vermont.
I am a little surprised your cable company doesn't provide more-distant stations (like Keene NH or Boston MA). I used to get DC stations even though I was nowhere near DC, simply because the Baltimore Comcast company wanted to provide the extra channels.
they're currently the most lenient company in regards to censorship
Citation needed. All three console makers defer to the ESRB: they allow M and ban AO.
In the 80's they were getting us all apeshit over a hole in the ozone layer.
In the 70's it was the coming Ice Age.
Each iteration has allowed these Bilderberger manipulators opportunity and experience to refine their forays against reality.
NOAA data is fudged and tampered now:
All professors are heavily in to MIPS, and you, like me, and everyone else who's taken Introduction to Computer Architecture, know why.
I had a feeling about it (see all the 16-bit "KIPS" chips designed by college students after having read through Computer Organization and Design). But I wasn't completely sure that MIPS was the ideal teaching model until it was proven pretty much patent-free by Plasma and Loongson.
I started work in the early 90s, and I only missed them by a year or so.
I do remember seeing the output from the C**** compiler there and noting that it was older than I was.
Just use links
Never seen a real vulnerability in that.
Time to take stock. Go home with some office supplies.