Re: Idiot-tax ...
Personally, I find "retarded" (word used by the OP) far more offensive than "idiot", as one's a condition and the other can be a momentary lapse.
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I never understood why this functionnality was not already in place:
The last two are awkward, but in my view navigating of Zottabytes of potentially useful information can't be done without it.
Of course, this is Google/ Chrome so they'll be able to drown any potentially useful gains in stalker juice. It might serve as a base for someone else, though.
It's why the rifle is chunky and probably packs a hell of a kick:
- low penetration and lethality with no splintering
=> beeg (and heavy) object sent (relatively) slowly
=> large area of impact and tough round with flex
As the armour is of unknown quality and composition it was the best tool to ensure a clean outcome, but great that it wasn't fired.
Goggles even when firing blanks, kids.
SQL is a progamming language
In pure SQL you need to do all sorts of hacks and work arounds for anything more complex than a unit operation.
If you're chaining statements, you need PL/SQL, procedures or sessions with state so you're no longer in the realm of the standard and every DBMS manages it differently.
Well, the reduced amount was decided by the judge, so I can't really comment on that; if ever I find myself on the hook, I'd like the courts to take into account changing circumstances.
As much as I like the purity of a system that straps you down and holds you to account irrespective, we've already got enough of those in our lives.
Can't let the robots take over completely.
Supporters (including his Wikileaks assistants) got between 20% and 60% reduction on the sum promised, but they did pay a bit: Ref
This time anyone putting up money must know what they're getting into, so the courts would be better placed to grab the lot.
The article didn't mention the word monopoly once.
We're talking servers and cloud workloads, APIs, pricing and market positioning, with a healthy amount of political eye-rolling and sarcasm.
The post was some anonymous whataboutery flannel, conflating Microsoft's offline monopoly with the treatment of Amazon, I assume venting some long-held frustration.
Or trying to create another Microsoft gripefest, which is what I assumed.
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