Great pricing, can have it on your own domain, and the best calendaring I've ever seen.
In that case the companies will compete to give you competitive yet higher than others quotes to YOU(as they can see).
I mean... when they find 130000 year-old human bones, then we'll know... Until then...
Are they? I attended a pretty good university in my EU country, and the only functional language teaching was a couple of weeks of OCaml. We had more time of Prolog than that, but 90% of the course was Java and C.
>If Middletown’s police department collected only about 1 percent of its revenue from fees and fines, our model predicts it would solve 53 percent of its violent crimes and 32 percent of its property crimes. But if Middletown’s police department instead collected 3 percent of its revenue from fees and fines, our model predicts that clearance rates would fall to 41 percent for violent crimes and 16 percent for property crimes. That’s a stark drop of 12 and 16 percentage points, respectively.
I want to see this broken down in terms of business days between crime and someone being charged.
I have a suspicion that the correlation is being diluted by all the open and shut "guy A punches guy B and gets charged with assault and battery because everyone in the bar saw him do it" cases that don't require any investigating (other than possibly collecting statements) types of violent crime that will get "solved" regardless of how much time the police spend collecting fines .
The prohibition on scrambled meaning long pre-dates WW2, and goes back to old analogies about fencing a commons.
Had to uninstall DNS66 and F-Droid because of it.
Did you read the article?
> For example, the only reason homeless people queue up to get food from soup kitchens is because they're desperate for food, but that doesn't mean soup kitchens are bad because the queues can be long. (Hypothetical; I don't actually know if queues are typically long).
Are you really drawing a comparison between skirting minimum wage laws and providing free food for homeless people?
When you get started out, you just want to mess around an gain an intuitive feel for how to use something and what knobs do. Unfortunately many soft-synths miss out on that user feedback (since it's hard to do right).
I think it's more the case of enhancing the Chrome experience and not doing anything to deliberately impact firefox.
Yubico already make a Security Key that isn't also a PGP key store, a TOTP authenticator, bagel toaster and whatever else for about $20. And there are cheaper vendors if price is the main concern.
My only experience in Europe is Germany and I much prefer that system over the US. I don't know how it is in other countries.
It deploys mail server based on modern software stack on your box and you can customize it to fit your demands using recipes suitable for well-known software.
So, all things being equal, price beats good software...
If it's the latter, I wouldn't be at all surprised to see Apple come up with something that only solves the latter.
Western-sytle freedom may be open to changing if something unpleasant is happening elsewhere, no?
But indeed, most of this is not yet very interesting, it looks like current git/master libaom has a good amount of SIMD, and in most user testing, it is approximately 4x as fast as dav1d, which does not yet have any SIMD. So at this point, users should probably still use libaom while the kinks are ironed out in dav1d and initial SIMD is added. But keep an eye out over the next few months.
Or is the act of “loving” a purely self centered one - where my love is purely a means to fulfill my own needs (of wanting to be desired, appreciated, needed, respected, empowered, etc)?