Actually, it's Tetris. By a landslide.
For example: From 2005 through 2009, on cell phones alone, paid purchases exceeded 100,000,000 copies.
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I wish slashdot would fix that.
No, because it's a crowd funding project. It won't ever see the light of day in any working form.
It's ArtemaOne, don't bother.
Because Amazon makes money every time something is sold, regardless of whether it's a knockoff or not.
People go to Amazon because they want cheap and fast. If Amazon sell a knockoff and pretend they didn't know it was a knockoff, they will. (And let's be honest - Amazon is ultimately the seller from the customer's perspective, even when the order isn't "fulfilled by Amazon". Amazon is the one who takes your money.)
Security is binary.
You're either secure or you're not.
There's no "less secure" or "more secure".
The scope/impact of specific vulnerabilities may differ, but the fact that you have vulnerabilities means you're not secure.
So no, finding a security bug in the linux kernel doesn't mean that linux is any less secure.
Even if you believe security is a spectrum, you're wrong here. Discovering a previously unknown vulnerability means you know the system to be less secure than you thought it to be.
Why aren't they:
1) Running an internal DNS server for their internal shit.
2) Pointing that DNS server to a public DNS server.
3) Pointing the public DNS server point to the root DNS servers.
1 shouldn't be hit by a DDoS as it should be entirely limited to access within your network (or VPN).
2 can be as distributed as you need it to be.
If 3 goes down, no one will blame you.
If this is what they're doing then dyn is failing hard at step 2.
Having a bad gene is not someone's fault
It's quite literally their fault. A fault is a flaw, not culpability.
2) You cannot yell 'Fire!' in a crowded theater regardless of your 'rights'. This is the canonical example of limits on freedom of speech. You can't do that thing because it ENDANGERS OTHERS. This is the exact reason Australian nurses cannot tell patients to avoid vaccination -- the act endangers others.
You absolutely can do this, though you can be held responsible for the direct result of your actions.
The government can never legally prevent you from saying what you want.
Read the fucking amendment. It's short and simple. There's no "interpretation" necessary unless you want to shit all over it.
I'm all for freedom of expression and the right to an opinion but when people spread bad advice that isn't backed by science and it hurts other people thats where I draw the line.
If you "draw the line" then you're not "all for freedom of expression".
It doesn't matter where you "draw the line".
The N64 was more powerful than its competition. It typically had lower res textures and no FMV because of the storage limitations compared to CDs. In terms of graphical power it was superior.
The GC was superior to the PS2 and DC, and was fairly evenly matched with the Xbox. They had very different configurations, and each were better at certain things than the other. That's quite a feat considering the sheer size difference between the units. A big part of this was due to the GC's memory configuration. That 1T SRAM was a big deal when dealing with the lower clock speeds of the day.
You can find good and bad looking games on all of the consoles. If you want to talk about the hardware talk about the hardware.
"Conversion, fastidious Goddess, loves blood better than brick, and feasts most subtly on the human will." -- Virginia Woolf, "Mrs. Dalloway"