Not to mention Lisp, Eiffel and ADA.
Not to mention Lisp, Eiffel and ADA.
Well then there is nothing to worry about and we agree that Obama should not pardon Hillary.
As for the "Clinton Crime Syndcycatge Rhetoric" being over, you have heard that she is contemplating running for mayor of NY.
This is what I said on Ars. It applies equally here.
1. It is premature to say that Assange is weaseled out until Manning is actually out of jail.
2. There is a difference between a pardon and commutation. Manning certainly will not be able to live the same life as though Mannig were pardoned. There are still restrictions placed on a person whose sentence was commuted. Whether those differences are significant enough is up to debate.
3. The biggest thing to strike me is that this suggests that there will be no last minute pardon of Hillary. The arguments that Obama gives for not pardoning Snowden apply equally to Hillary. We shall see.
Nope. In many states a prescription is not even required.
There is nothing hard about a syringe. Especially if you preload it.
I am using LMDE but am seriously looking for other things.
Their fight with google is just stupid.
I get tired of setting up google each time I create a new user or profile.
For one thing systemD is not a file system
That is simply not true. A lot of OO was there for the picking.
Object based programming, for example, was visible in Xt and Xaw. There is not much difference between object method and QtCall(widget,
Polymorphism was present even in early Unix in filesystem object being used for everything possible to quicksort in C.
Good programmers were using those techniques. Average programmers were unfamiliar with those techniques. Like RAII in the 90s.
The OO revolution was in large part taking those techniques and replacing the clunky software tools, like structs and function pointers in C with more developed tools like classes in C++. That's why there was great deal of interest in things like Flavors.
All of which happened not because Microsoft wanted to extend their monopoly position to megamonooly positions.
Not any technical quality.
Borland was only slightly cross platform and that was only a half hearted attempt.
That's what they were saying about COBOL in the 80's.
That's what they were saying about LISP in the 90's.
That's what they were saying about Eiffel in the 2000's.
It's what diehards say about every dying language.
The whole thing sounds and feels great, until you realize that thousands of two and three line methods and no methods larger then 20 lines is not that great.
Plus the tools, like for example, editors, grep, etc. all have to be written from scratch thus lag behind common tools. Though other languages are ( stupidly ) going the same way.
Something like RUby which draws a lot of ideas from Smalltalk works better.
Dealing with crap like systemd.
Learning a new language, you don't just learn the language. you learn the build system, sopme complicated IDE plugins, some decent libraries, but most are hack together messes etc.
This is what happens when you arbitrarily ban people because you don't like them.
It spawned gab.ai. Now they hint that they might ban Trump. Which means he would go to gab and take a lot of his 10million folowers with him.
If states went with a two at large electors plus congressional district formula, Trumps victory would have been even bigger.
To be clear about exactly what happened.
In 2007~2008 the CTA was having financial difficulties. The Illinois legislature made a deal to bailout the CTA from some financial difficulties.
At the last minute Governor Blago, who is now in jail for trying to sell a Senate set, thew in an additional condition: free rides on all Il public transportation for handicapped and seniors.
It really pissed the legislature off because they had to redo the whole budget, but it got passed. He looked like a hero to seniors and the handicapped.
Eventually he got inmpeached and the new Gov discovered that free rides were not sustainable. So they means tested it.
Keep in mind though, that a largbe part of the cost is due to pensions for Chicago machine "cronies".
I judge a religion as being good or bad based on whether its adherents become better people as a result of practicing it. - Joe Mullally, computer salesman