I imagine there's a correlation between Gen X people who aren't well off and media consumption as well.
Media consumption is far more plentiful. Cable was not something everyone had back in the Gen X days. There was not 24 hours of content available every day.
The problem is simply getting worse.
The solution, as always, is to find something productive to do in your youth.
the first time *this year* SpaceX has attempted to land one of its rockets on land
There is plenty of money to be made if young people would stop squandering their youth.
Generation X had to learn how to make the things that the current generation just consumes today.
Having a computer in the early 90's or late 80's meant you had parents who cared about technology and spent a huge portion of their income to get it.
Despite the amazingly cheap and plentiful access to technology today to learn anything for almost nothing, the current generation spends the majority of their time watching YouTube and Netflix.
And they wonder why their income is low.
Gen X isn't dead yet. If you'd rather watch YouTube and be useless, we'll happily make buckets of money that you could be making as well.
Why wouldn't you just plant another pole? Or put it on existing poles. It's not like these stadiums are mobile.
How is this different than shooting the suspect?
Full subject of "Terrible headline. DESKTOP DISTRIBUTIONS letting go" attempted. Failed - too long.
There are a bunch of desktop distributions that will no longer do 32 bit builds. Makes sense.
No effect on kernel or disties for 32 bit systems/embedded/etc.
Really? I've not been able to find anything other than a new release. The patches might be in git, but they are not easily found.
Yeah, it will. These phones represent a [large] minority of the marketplace. You really can buy a different phone. And you can buy a CD player.
Why won't sharks eat lawyers? Professional courtesy.