The right to conjugal visits only guarantees you that your partner can visit for that purpose, it doesn't actually guarantee you a partner...
I see. Sounds like a very sensible policy. So would I be correct in saying that Limewire can (and probably will) appeal?
And that it's merely a confusing bit of argot to say they can't specifically appeal this ruling on the RIAA's motion for summary judgment? But rather, they must wait until there's a Final Judgment (the outcome of which is now virtually certain)?
Yes but a lot can happen between now and then. E.g., settlement discussions, damages award that's livable, motion practice over possible interlocutory appeal, actual interlocutory appeal which results in reversal of all or part of the Court's order, etc., etc.
Since we know Pres. Obama is a straight ticket 'Progressive'
Obama is a moderate conservative: right wing (favoring the interests of the investment class), socially conservative (opposed to equality for gays and lesbians, opposed to the separation of church and state), and in favor of an aggressive foreign policy. Many of his policies that draw the most clamor from the Fox News set are close to, or even to the right of, those of Reagan or Nixon.
I genuinely despair that this is the truth of the matter for most people in the US.
Yes, they absolutely own the copyright if the terms of your employment make the software you write on the job a work for hire (almost certainly the case unless you have an explicit exception in your employment contract).
They also cannot legally violate the GPL, but they will not even if they keep the source unpublished as long as they provide the source code with any binary distribution to another party.
The key here is that the GPL does not force you to distribute the source unless you distribute the binaries--and even then, you only need to provide the source to the people to whom you distributed the binaries.
Damn right I'll wine! It works great!
Then shouldn't that be the Bbc?
No. According to the BBC style guide, if an acronym is commonly spoken as a word, e.g. LASER, NASA, RADAR, then it is spelt as a normal word; laser, Nasa, radar. However, if the acronym is spoken as a acronym, as a sequence of letters, then it is spelt using all capitals, e.g. BBC, CNN, NSA.
So, is it Mr. Mxyzptlk or Mr. MXYZPTLK?
Sorry, couldn't help it.
After a week of losing millions every day, airlines are starting to ask why we can't do better.
Airlines: We want open airspace.
ICAO: Sure, you guys fund the study.
Sounds pretty open and shut to me on a serious note. Red Tape at it's best.
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I looked in on the Apple store in Palo Alto today, and it wasn't that busy.
Is that like the GM dealer in Detroit? Come on, you can do better than that. Just like GM won't let the local Chevy dealer run out of Camaros or Corvettes... er, wait, that may be a bad example...
Know Thy User.