At leat I found it interesting
An article in nytimes shows that millions of Americans choose not to pay insurance premiums but instead only get insurance coverage when they need it because the premiums are more expensive than government penalties of not buying insurance and because simultaneously the government forces the insurance companies to cover anybody regardless of any pre-existing conditions.
The ability to decode the font is also still proprietary.
AOSP is free software. Does AOSP lack support for color emoji?
It's not an ability inherent in any widely adopted font format.
W3C published a specification for scalable fonts whose glyphs include color information five years ago, titled SVG Fonts. Whose fault is it that this specification has failed to become "widely adopted"?
You have a point about that.
But how useful would a graphical operating environment for a PC without even the most basic editor for its supported data types be? Perhaps that's why Windows bundles Notepad.
The large orange construction site ones. I think I'll take the company CC and get me noise deadening headphones.
That's why things are getting off shored, and at least where I work, the Silly Valley/Bay area teams are slowly getting shutdown.
Your link article is confusing, they seem to be use "expired" and "Withdraws" interchangeably, are you saying that not voluntarily being bond by an expired treaty is cheating?
The United States withdrew from the landmark 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaty on June 13.
.... President George W. Bush, who had announced the U.S. pullout six months earlier, issued a short written statement the day the treaty expired.
Is that you Milton?
Yes a 100T missile would have some serious portability problems, and the Russian historically used the portability shell game to increase survivability of the ICBM fleet; a lot of bragging rights but not much practicality.
"Live or die, I'll make a million." -- Reebus Kneebus, before his jump to the center of the earth, Firesign Theater