Question: what the heck are you going to be "searching" for when offline?
Try imagine what it might be to interact with technology if you're tetraplegic... Voice search will help you a lot.
Europeans and especially Dutch tend to spend time together. Sit at cafes getting high, eat at a restaurant and have some fine wine, and socialize with people. The same is true for Asians and Australians too. And the American people introvert culture isn't a new thing that came with computers - they did this before geeks too. Sitting in front of TV watching mindless shows and eating TV dinners, alone.
pretty much my experience living in San Francisco (I'm European, btw).
[...] I'm glad to see progress [...]
I see what you did there. Oh wait...
As of now, he's got already 26 forks, so he's been cloned several times.
But what will be impressive is having merges (via pull requests) accepted into the master branch. Crowd-sourced gene therapy (or mutation) anyone?
Remember when it was ok to use a "b" tag, and no one scoffed? How about table layouts? It's funny, the new standards aren't always better.
If you still think it's actually not better, sorry, but you should have 10 blind persons hit you with their canes...
It also affects the authplay.dll component that ships with Adobe Reader and Acrobat 9.x for Windows, Macintosh and UNIX operating systems.
"The number of Unix installations has grown to 10, with more expected." -- The Unix Programmer's Manual, 2nd Edition, June, 1972