Politicians come and go and ideas are forever.
The problem is that while politicians may go, the bureaucracy they create does not.
Also, legislation (in case that wasn't implied already). For instance, the consensus on certain drugs seems to be that drugs are bad, because they're illegal, and they better stay illegal because they're bad. The same goes for things like copyright laws, with some people arguing that we shouldn't allow the Pirate Party in the parliament, because their agenda goes against current legislation. Because obviously the parliament should never do such a thing as change the law.
"intel has sufficiently beat the stuffing out of certain 3 letter competitors in the market, and no longer needs to shill its compiler. please return when our CEO returns to shore after having exhausted his supply of caviar. It is at this time we expect to begin IDF18, where we will scramble madly trying to renew competition against Ryzen."
IOW, something with a Basic interpreter but none of those silly games of the Commodore machines some of my friends had (though it came with ROMs for chess and a Pacman-like game). Also, a manual in German which was great fun as in that year 1987 I had just started to study it as my second language.
Where's my flying car! LOL!
Well, we do have hoverboards and androids. Just not the actual hovering ones, or the actual humanoid robots, but who cares.
Yes, but your phone company can't sell your call history. That would be the equivalent thing, not your bs.
This is seriously why they're trying to kill the U.S. Postal Service- so FedEx can open and read your mail.
most manufacturers don't update their router's firmware -- meaning many routers may still be vulnerable.
It's great having to buy new hardware because of software issues. Makes me feel like a Windows user.
the dark mode extension for firefox has taken care of this for me.
"We shall reach greater and greater platitudes of achievement." -- Richard J. Daley