> I had always thought that the Internet went to shit in the early-mid 90's,
The Eternal September was in 1993 when AOL opened up access to usenet to the masses.
Do not seed torrents.
I read "Skillrex" when I was skimming message title. Very odd.
But, at least he has more money than Shkreli to fund 4chan.
I haven't heard of Win10 bricking any computer. If it can be restored from a backup, it's not bricked. If you can only use it as a door stop, then it's bricked. If you don't have a backup to restore from, you just might be a brick.
You can buy a $4 BlueTooth to 3.5mm converter and a $4 for a 3.5 F/F coupler. Why spend $150 on AirPods when you can use what you already have with an $8 fix? Not ideal, but at least I'd have my analog out that I can plug in to whatever I want.
system bloat like this makes for stability and security nightmares
So Chrome is now chase Firefox...
Why is he dead and all of the Kardashians still alive?
I think this would be a good use-case for an airframe parachute http://cirrusaircraft.com/innovation/airframe-parachute/.
If you include works of fiction, Cryptonomicon should be required reading.
And when even self-driving self-owned cars turn out to be a detriment to the self-driving public transportation, welp...
My uncle has a country place that no one knows about
He says it used to be a farm before the Motor Law
It's just ZFS. It used to stand for "Zettabyte File System" but that was dropped years ago.
No amount of careful planning will ever replace dumb luck.