Re: What bothers me most is this one
>i'm with you on that sort of journalist.
These sort of journalists should be fired and forced to take some less reputable job
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Especially since that has already been done in 2019: harbour-air-and-magnix-announce-successful-flight-of-worlds-first-commercial-electric-airplane
There is an excellent talk by a wonderfully tweedy British history of science guy about this period before Nasa.
The 'Germans of a certain political hue' were ensconced in Huntsville Alabama - whether this was to keep the project secret, to keep them away from bumping into any famous Jewish scientists at major universities or because they would feel at home in Alabama is a discussion point.
The choice of military pilots is presumably why the ISS has produced so much top-rated science and greatly advanced our ability to perform high school science fair experiments in space.
There are very few ex-special forces scientists on the LHC and as far as I know none of the directors of CERN (except possibly Fabiola) have ever killed a man with their bare hands.
But try to get a visa if you haven't been following the God Emperor on twitter since before 2016.
Those who joined the Nazi party after it rose to power in March 1933 were called March Violets because they only appeared above ground then - and so weren't true "patriots". There was a black market in early low number party memberships to show you were a true supporter.
I suspect there will be a thriving business in media handles of people who are careful to only ever follow the true prophets on Fox News
The difference is that Intel used to own the market for all the connecting chips.
So you could build a laptop around AMD but then Intel wouldn't sell you the SATA / WIFI / ethernet chips for your server product line - so only cheap crappy companies could risk upsetting intel.
Teams already works well on Linux
Office365 is getting better, don't use sharepoitn anymore so don't know how well it's supported outside IE
The bits of Microsoft that make $$$ don't care what OS you are using as long as you pay your subscription and I think most of them weren't born when Balmer went on his linux=cancer rampage
>There are no WTO rules, the WTO doesn't have an army - the only way the WTO could enforce any rules was to make economics ministers feel guilty and with the US boycott of the WTO court they don't even have that.
If we ban Huawei then Western kit will be bought. At greater expense which will slow the rest of the economy. And the same rules will be applied everywhere else, France will insist on only buying French kit, so no Rolls Royce engines or BAe wings on Airbus. China will insist that any 3rd world country that is getting any Chinese investment doesn't buy any western kit.
I've been ignoring all these obviously fake company emails telling me to log into Microsoft Teams, now I get a new one telling me that we have switched form Teams to Yammer in order to be customer focussed synergy leveraged with dynamic upside while delighting stakeholders - so I'll ignore these as well.
As a bonus I don't have to go to any meetings
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