> 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.
"Thank heaven for startups; without them we'd never have any advances." -- Seymour Cray