IT evicted US.
IT evicted US.
"Clearly, anybody who can resolve these problems has a bright future in science but may also end up tearing modern cosmology apart."
But what? Real scientists love it when their models blow apart.
How is this seemingly unreconcilable contradiction of the control of copying and the demand to make others copy explained by you?
I think you fail to understand what constitutes sacraments in a religion. The act of greeting someone is not a holy sacrament in kopimism, nor in any other religion that I'm aware of. Sacraments are well defined ritualistic acts that hold a significant meaning and are at the core of a religion. Like for example baptism, communion, confession and marriage in catholicism.
Kind of curious, would you be willing to post a link to some of your music?
Sorry about the late reply - not used to getting any feedback or even mod points in here...
The band's name was Tumbleweed Trail and it existed during the latter part of the nineties. I put up a couple of our tunes for posterity in a playlist on Soundcloud, you're very welcome to have a listen!
Aww - those were the days! Mp3.com actually PAID indie artists to have their stuff on the site. Sent me cheques all the way to Sweden. The fees for cashing them in were greater than their value though... But at least we were PAID. Mr Robertson is for real and I wish him good luck in his future endeavors.
(I eventually brought our expired cheques with me on a trip to California, and the staff at mp3.com HQ happily exchanged them for a fresh one that I was able to cash in.)
Its not "windows" it does not support the same APIs as windows. Its kernel is perhaps similar, but the userland is nothing like it.
"nothing like it" as in "Android is nothing like Slackware"?
Not having the user be aware that filtering is taking place is not filtering in my world. That's information dichotomy and censorship. Preference filtering should be implemented by means of sorting algorithms and highlighting or the like. Secretly suppressing information "for your own best interest" is subversive and counteracts democracy.
"There is no two ways of looking at it...."
It's the sound of a machine in a Monty Python movie, I believe.
Beware of the Turing Tar-pit in which everything is possible but nothing of interest is easy.