M$ is evil! They are making programs for Linux!! It's all a ploy to force people to use Windows!!
. . . and selling their perfectly-good, last-year's new-hotness phone for a small percentage of their purchase price.
Heck, my family of 4 has 4 perfectly good Galaxy S3's, in good protective cases and with add-on Gorilla Glass protectors. . . for half of the retail price of a Galaxy S6. .
Enjoying those security vulnerabilities?
Like another poster, you confuse monetary or economic value with the value of education. These are not the same things and they don't cleanly exchange into each other.
The reason we spend money on a childs education is that education takes time. If you could get the same education in, say, one day via brain implants, it would be smarter to wait it out until you are 18 and can decide by yourself which education you want. But since it takes years, you need to start early because life time is limited.
These are really trivial arguments to follow. Why do I have to spell it out?
Yes the trivial arguements for/against brain implants?
I guess I have to spell it out: Which is better, giving someone $X or spending $X on their education?
When your 5kg of rice is distributed, it will be used to grow more rice, which ultimately helps everyone.
Not if the amount of rice you get is less than the amount needed to grow more rice.
1. There is CentOS, with 10 year LTS releases.
And Windows XP was supported for 13 years. So in 10+ years time we'd have the same story, but with an outdated version of CentOS rather than Windows.
The problem isn't Windows vs Linux or Proprietary vs Open, it's entities being too cheap/lazy to update their software when something it relies on goes unsupported.
Corporations can not "create", it is done by people who work for the corporation, so corporations should not be able to hold copyright.
BINGO!!!! Lets make copyright only applicable to physical persons that actually create. Immortal corporations do not deserve any of this.
What if multiple people are involved?
What's left? Macs.
Such a glowing endorsement.
... in the five boroughs of New York City
Everyone knows Staten Island doesn't count.
How is tabs not being on top somehow ergonomic?
The most difficult thing in the world is to know how to do a thing and to watch someone else doing it wrong, without commenting. -- T.H. White