Sorry, I see nothing about a Mozilla and Microsoft partnership there. Care to be more explicit?
Can you say more about this Mozilla and Microsoft partnership? Thanks.
"... half of 16 to 24-year-olds use stream-ripping tools to copy music from sites like YouTube."
*cough* BULLSHIT! *cough*
A) This was not a reused first stage. The first re-launch is scheduled to happen in October with SES-10.
B) The explosion was initiated in or around the SECOND stage during fueling. Even if it had been a reused first stage, that fact would've had nothing to do with it.
I've had a pair of Audio Technica noise cancelling headphones for a while. They're great for getting rid of constant background noise, like on planes, but they don't cancel out talking very much. In fact, I find it easier to understand people while wearing them because it gets rid of the other noise. Demonstrated it to a flight attendant once when she insisted I take them off for the safety lecture (which I practically know by heart anyway..).
Unless I'm playing music loudly, in addition to the noise cancellation, hearing someone yell out my name wouldn't be an issue.
They do that, they lose all of their non-original content.
The media conglomerates have Netflix over a barrel. Netflix can't do anything without their approval.
What if "what I want" is to be able to visit the sites that are linking to a YouTube video I'm watching. Today I can't easily do that because YouTube doesn't want me leaving YouTube.
>Do you believe rehabilitation is impossible or do you want revenge?
I don't believe that someone who commits mass murder can be rehabilitated, no. It isn't about revenge; it's about public safety.
Someone once pointed out that hoping a rapist gets raped in prison isn't a victory for his victim(s), because it somehow gives him what he had coming to him, but it's actually a victory for rape and violence. I wish I could remember who said that, because they are right. The score doesn't go Rapist: 1 World: 1. It goes Rape: 2.
What this man did is unspeakable, and he absolutely deserves to spend the rest of his life in prison. If he needs to be kept away from other prisoners as a safety issue, there are ways to do that without keeping him in solitary confinement, which has been shown conclusively to be profoundly cruel and harmful.
Putting him in solitary confinement, as a punitive measure, is not a victory for the good people in the world. It's a victory for inhumane treatment of human beings. This ruling is, in my opinion, very good and very strong for human rights, *precisely* because it was brought by such a despicable and horrible person. It affirms that all of us have basic human rights, even the absolute worst of us on this planet.
"I will continue the battle to recover my child’s iPhone data. I will not give up," he said in the interview. "He was also a minor. I have the right to access to the phone. There is in a bit of Dama’s life, and I do not want to be subtracted as well. They told me that the only possible operation is to reset the device, but doing so would delete the data, destroying [the iPhone’s] contents... I understand privacy, but I wonder what if inside a disabled iPhone was the password to block the explosion of an atomic bomb planted by terrorists in Rome, then what do we do? Do we let it explode? "
Jumps from tugging on heartstrings to "but terrorists!"
Right... There goes any support I had been feeling for him.
This is precisely why I lost all interest in Oculus the instant I heard that it had been acquired by Facebook.
I hope the prize for hacking Flash was like 5 bucks..
Talk about low hanging fruit...
Maybe you can't buy happiness, but these days you can certainly charge it.