"Future space expeditions will resemble sea voyages much more than test flights, which have served as the models for all previous space missions."
Learn from experience, the Royal Navy had it worked out generations agao.
For the study, psychological scientists
You had me until this point!
Windows Servicing . . . . the original binaries are not removed but kept in a cache
But this is a clean installation!
So you are saying that over time, with updates, the amount of storage space available to the user will steadily decrease.
Bludger: Australian slang for someone who lives off government handouts, and who refuses to work.
Wrong, its got nothing to do with handouts, there are plenty of bludgers who are "fully" employed.
A better definition:
Bludger: Someone who deliberately avoids work.
I've known bludgers who will spend more effort avoiding a job than it would have taken to complete it.
This would be credible if the HFT guys bought everything and waited for a buyer to come along, then sold at a modest profit. This would add liquidity.
But they are not, they only buy when they know there is a real buyer in the market already, so they can get in and out quickly with their profit. As the buyer is already in the market they are not adding any liquidity that is not already there, they are just skimming.
I'm an electronics engineer and have had postgraduate courses on this. Any delay introduced in the feedback loop will tend to destabilize the system. HFT works fine, it provides liquidity to the market, it benefits everyone.
They've (re-)discovered osmosis.
This is just plain old diffusion, osmosis is a bit more specific, it being diffusion across a semi-permeable membrane. The air-water interface doesn't count.
Go to Preferences, then click on "Layout" under "Dynamic Index" and then select "Use Classic Index"
That didn't work for me. I got it back by clicking the reply box on the side, this brings up a preferences window. Untick the top 2 boxes, dynamic stuff, save and it all came back as normal.
Actually, it CAN be a heavy burden. For a company that is starting to use GPL code, and DOES wish to comply with the GPL, but has not historically distributed source, to their clients, much less, anyone who asks, this can be a significant burden because it lacks the distribution channels to do this professionally.
But by doing what you have done you acknowledge that the heavy burden of GPL compliance was more cost effective than rewriting the code you wanted.
You also now have the benefit of the ongoing GPL improvements to the code you are using, as well, by now having a GPL compliance mechanism in place you can use other GPLed code at no extra cost.
The nation that controls magnetism controls the universe. -- Chester Gould/Dick Tracy