has a responsibly acting committee doing a good job overlooking the long-term language evolution. So much unlike many other programming languages, were inexperienced people have introduced the same mistakes over and over again, because nobody was there to question them.
To be pedantic here, I'd prefer if they were overseeing it.
Will we know that we have achieved artificial intelligence when the robots outsmart the programmers?
Would a data breach on a regular Joe 6-pack user's machine be newsworthy enough for us to hear about it?
As an American, I find it a total disgrace that Margaret Thatcher could be elected PM. And that Charles could be next in line for the throne . . .
And the early polling had Dukakis with a wide lead over George H. W. Bush. Do you have a point?
That would be a choice among the least of three or four evils.
How is the Iran deal awful?
Fortunately for Assange, even Trump isn't crazy enough to declare war on Ecuador.
Will these flying cars have cool theme music?
And if the person "looses" the remote in the sense of throwing it at the TV during low-quality programming?
Well, it's about time. But will this really make commuting easier?
Ah, yes, the Alan Parsons Project.
Getting rich requires a certain skillset.
Such as being born to the right parents.
Wouldn't seven years be between 4 and 5 generations?
"We live, in a very kooky time." -- Herb Blashtfalt