And now THIS will be the year of LInux on the desktop!
And now THIS will be the year of LInux on the desktop!
EDS under a new name is the same old POS.
ZOMG that brings back horrible memories of NMCI. That was like the worst elements of outsourcing combined with the worst elements of in-house management. It would have been difficult to deliberately design a less functional system.
I know conservative publications make a living by complaining about the president, but fabricating something new to be offended about every single day eventually leads to some really bizarre complaints. Like the $400 million payment to Iran that was part of a deal announced in January.
It's just not working anymore.
he really bears no marks of being a person who could be sold as a moderating influence to Trump.
But he looks good on TV. I would like to state with conviction that wouldn't be a deciding factor but we all know better.
So you can run Unity in Windows.
"Now it looks like you can even load Ubuntu's Unity desktop environment, making windows 10 look like Ubuntu."
First off, isn't that kind of like buying a Ferrari rag top and driving it around with reins and a buggy whip?
Second off, why on Earth would anyone want to inflict Unity on Windows. I don't much care for Windows, but have a heart!
Contrary to popular belief and what the talking heads in the news claim, this wasn't an assault weapon.
Come on, aren't you going to try and belittle people by trying to tell them he picked an AR-15 because of the scary color?
That episode may have annoyed Elon Musk, but it annoyed me too.
The essence of Jeremy's complaint was that the Roadster didn't get close to the advertised range and then made disparaging comments about running out of charge on the way to the Pub.
Except that he was driving the thing on a track at the time, and trying for "best time" laps. Does anyone think that comes close to "normal motorway driving?"
Jeremy, I -hope- you don't drive like that on the way to the pub.
Apologies for a bit off topic.
It clear to anyone with any objectivity that conservative ideas get obscured, hidden, or simply misrepresented on a daily basis...
It's also clear to anyone with any objectivity that conservative ideas have their own billionaire-funded media outlets to promote and distribute right wing propaganda as news. I totally understand any group that wants to screen out the right wing noise machine. You are entitled to your own opinion, you are not entitled to your own facts.
While you're at it explain how Rush Limbaugh has been able to stay on the air for so long with nothing but music playing during commercial breaks.
She just lost another primary state.
She stopped campaigning in that state and spending any money to oppose Bernie Sanders and still got 48% of the vote. There's no reason for her to spend time or money running against Bernie Sanders.
By November Hillary will be a quivering mass of regret.
Then you don't know Hillary Clinton. You're also underestimating the monstrous negatives for Donald Trump and the end of what was formerly known as the Republican party. You're also underestimating the number of Republicans who will vote for Clinton. The only thing Sanders supporters are really good at is marginalizing themselves.
Hillary Clinton's people are not going to take shit the way the Obama administration did. The Republicans are going to be wishing for the good old days of president Obama right about February.
the "Bay Area" is filled with a lot more drama than you will find in any workplace outside.
I live outside the Bay Area and experienced the exact same thing when I hit my mid-40s. Anyone who denies ageism is a factor in tech is either naive or part of the problem.
Ending the H1-B program completely might not solve the problem but it would be a good first step. Sure, companies would still outsource but that's a real pain the ass compared to having a galley slave right on site. After companies pay a couple times for untangling Bangalore Spaghetti Code that comes in late and doesn't run right they get a lot more practical.
It's part of their overall stratigery.
Senators Richard Burr and Dianne Feinstein are neither the oppressive arm of Government nor are they idiots.
They are, however, profoundly ignorant of how things work in the real (non-Beltway) world. They are of the same ilk that cannot understand that email kept on a small private server (small target) with a staff that gives a damn is quite likely a lot more secure than on a "secured government server."
They must be thinking, "the company will provide a back door and keep it secret." What a great concept. Unfortunately that idea belongs to a world where it took a whole government and a bevy of codebreakers to crack a simple substitution code - the Enigma codes. Today, a single hacker can put together thousands of cpu core resources to attack any system. If there exists a back door, if there is any way into an encrypted system, some 14 year old in Romania or Great Britian (or China!) will find it. Consider the fact that the FBI hired such to go after in iPad, and the thing was compromised in short order.
And lest we think that this is a good thing, so that governments can go after terrorists, let me pose a question on a personal level: "How big is your bank account? Would you mind if you woke up some morning and found it empty?"
There are thousands of terror targets and probably tens of thousands of would-be terrorists. There are quite literally billions of targets in the private sector. It won't make the even news for very long if Mr. Smith gets cleaned out, but to Mr. Smith it may seem pretty terrible.
And there is a worse side: Let's say that the government requires back doors everywhere. Does that mean that terrorists are going to give up and throw up their hands figuratively? Hell, no. Any competent programmer can come up with an encryption scheme not known to the government, perhaps with vulnerabiilities which are also unknown to the government. The good guys (Us!) have opened our bank accounts to the script kiddies, and the bad guys will go right on using strong encryption. The government will be right back where they are now, having to hire a hacker to break that encryption.
We will have given up the keys to our doors without putting a small dent in terrorism.
Not a good choice, imo.
We can call the gap between misinformation and the reality The Breitbart Gap.
Happiness is twin floppies.