It's going to be hard convincing the Martians that "we come in peace" after this...
It's obvious we come in pieces!
Because IT doesn't push out patches automatically. They test them in their environment first. It also gives them the ability to not push non-security updates, driver updates, etc.
You haven't seen the Win 10 license then. When it was announced is when IBM started going Apple. I can't imagine why.
Generally, OSX doesn't push out features in their patches, only fixes. The core also happens to be relatively tight and properly layered.
Conversely, MS pushes everything and the kitchen sink into an originally monolithic minimally layered system, so it's no surprise to anyone that deals with systems programming that this latter approach causes all sorts of headaches.
If 40% of his windows machines needed help desk support then his organization is doing something seriously wrong.
The other 60% must not be able to access his help desk support web site.
reportedly wouldn't hire Stanford CS graduate students
Having interviewed a couple of hundred recent CS grads (both BS and graduate) over the past few years myself, I wouldn't hire them either, Stanford or elsewhere. I don't know what happened to CS education, but the last 15 years or so the "graduates" might as well have played video games for whatever time they spent in school. They might know more.
You have to spend a LOT on other stupid things to just begin to catch up with the cost of an Apple product.
It depends upon what you're comparing. For a while, a Mac Air was the cheapest ultra light notebook you could buy by a long shot. MacBooks and MacBook pro's are pretty cost competitive just on initial purchase, much less the rest for comparable hardware. Can you buy cheaper windows hardware? Yes. Is it less capable? Yes.
With Microsoft using Windows 10 to harvest data from my PC (emails, web browsing, etc), and Microsoft owning LinkedIn's data
You're too late - LinkedIn is similar to a public billboard. You shouldn't have anything on it you wouldn't post on a billboard facing a major interstate in a downtown metropolis.
Gattaca. It's spelled Gattaca.
And apparently David Furlonger and Stephen Smith finally saw it last week.
and if you look in the DNC leaks, you'll see that all of those banks that took TARP money all gave back a percentage to the Clinton Foundation
So they took Republican generated and pushed TARP money and gave it to Democrats? Interesting.
Of course FCC regulates common carriers. In the last few years, under Wheeler, the FCC has said:
mobile voice, but not data, is common carrier and subject to FCC regulation.
mobile voice AND data are common carrier and subject to FCC regulation.
Neither mobile voice nor data are common carrier and subject to FCC regulation.
It may be clear to YOU which is common carrier and which isn't, but Tom Wheeler, chairman of the FCC, can't seem to decide.
I think your sequence may not be date based.
All constants are variables.