Off putting curly wurlies.
That has certainly put me off curly wurlies for a while.
22 posts • joined 8 Feb 2016
Her preference would be to rename it "the Camelia Programming Language. No, no and NO! That is just so 'ist to use a name that is so similar to my name. How dare they / her / he / it, change the name. Oh my goodness! While we are at it, WHY not change all the languages all together? All the books that are out there will need changing too, Python, Ruby, C##, C++ and many others. Some change is good, some not so good.
Apple is never honest. How can they be? They never pay any taxes, and IF they do, they pay very little. Apple being Apple is pulling a blind one here by telling everyone and their dog that they are helping the "right to repair" bill when in fact they are trying to change it to their OWN way of thinking on how it should it by. Apples will always have a core and that core is never really good to be eaten.
Sorry to say it BUT, all you are doing is just pausing the software, NOT stopping it. With Google you have no say with their software, it is in their terms and conditions. Basically there are no free lunches while Google is around.
I will like to see the day when Robots get our shopping and then have a Punch up over right of way, I can see it now, "Oi out of my way you tin can of beans" , all the while bits of bolts and nuts go flying while the Robots beat the hell out of each other. Bring it ON!
It does seem that the UK Minister of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Matt Hancock does not know where the switch to his router and electrics are, he would like other companies to to do the switching on/off for him. Why are some people becoming lazy now-a-days?
" to allow lead in solder" . I have to agree with your comment there. But in today's society it all about "I want it NOW attitude and not willing to just wait for anything to get fixed properly. Unleaded solder does seem more brittle than leaded and also you have to heat the unleaded even more than leaded.
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