big brother Skype
i knew it!
big brother Skype
i knew it!
It's called the Osborne Effect:
Some more background information that was posted by Stanford last April
IMO contains most the the details in TFA mentioned here.
Hi did not spend 15 years in prison
A felony offense that's punishable by a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison and a $50,000 fine.
This explains why he was instead accepted into a pretrial diversion program. Should Pickren successfully complete the program, the felony charge will be dismissed
For some reason these dupes do make me feel at home here. The world is changing rapidly, but Slashdot stays just the way it is, with 15-year old layout and editors that cant even read their own front page.
That may be so, but this is not my problem. As for the other bits, i really just do not care. At all.
I moved to osx (with all its own flaws) and linux when windows 8 was introduced. As long as my employer is slow in adapting windows 10, and as i have no control that except quitting, i just simply cannot be bothered.
Read quickly before this article gets banned!!!!
You are mistaking the Euro for the European Union
They do, unless he patents something completely new that builds upon existing technoogy. Now some European patent offices have the tendency to rubber-stamp everything and have the courts sort out the prior art when somebody starts complaining, so there is actually a way he gets his patents approved and create a hurdle for small outfits. In any case, if there is indeed prior art, you can submit objections and proof of this prior art during the approval process.
I am using rpm and yum for almost 20 years now and indeed, i once had a database corruption. All in all rpm has been good to me and has proven (to me) that it is stable in my production environments. I am sure this new method has some nice features, but ive been doing ok without them. So maybe i am haive, but could someone help me understand why i should consider such a new package manager?
If I look at the number of idiots / texters / drunks that I see on the road right now, I'm quite sure having all these people in a 3d space 100m up in the air is going to be very safe indeed.
Who is Masnick? Oh right, its the editor of Techdirt. Ok now the article makes some sense. Of course, simply writing "Mike Masnick, the editor of Techdirt, is worried the..." is probably too complicated, and I guess it should be common knowledge who 'Masnick' is, or we should expect people to look it up right?
isn't that part of that bible doctrine you seem to like so much?
yes in the last sentence, this is what i mentioned.
Top Ten Things Overheard At The ANSI C Draft Committee Meetings: (6) Them bats is smart; they use radar.