This revelation seems me to be a calculated political move. The government at the time was the leftist one led by Helle Thorning Schmidt (now the president of Save the Children). Current government is a right-wing one. Revealing this shows certain groups of traditional leftists how those traditional workers' parties have "betrayed" them (and this leftist government has been quite pragmatic; just recently the leftist opposition parties voting to approve the infamous sufficiency proposal -- i.e. the one where if you're carrying significant amounts of cash and try to seek political asylum you get to pay for it yourself first).
You can read that in what the foreign policy spokeperson of the party says: "It is to me unbelievable the that S-SF-R government of that time would prefer to join the hunt on Snowden and thus value the American government over the Danes' fundamental right to freedom" (see http://www.politiko.dk/nyheder/pind-fly-i-kastrup-skulle-tra...)
Tangentially, but is there a queueing service with good and fast retrying of messages with no destination?
Basically I'd like the incoming router to send a message of a specific type and subtype to an existing listener, but if one does not exist I'd like to take back the message, spawn a new listener which will get on the queue and resend the message.
I wonder if I could use a messaging service for keeping track of this, rather than have to manage my own map of what application backends are ready to process which type of messages ( spawning that backend takes a lot of resources so I want them to be born and die based on demand).
That's not what I got out out if; they mentioned: avoid chemicals in food or packaging (i.e. eat organic - no antibiotic/hormone laden meat) - avoid artificial sweeteners - avoid antidepressant and unnecessary medication.
Meat is fine, as long as you don't eat something too industrial.
And a journal -- instead of the game show a very long description or showing a picture, it would tell you to look in your journal to entry 123 to see what happened or show you the map you would see. The journal is in the yellow pages here: http://www.c64sets.com/pool_radiance.html
Oh yes, I even laboriously copied out a Pool of Radiance code wheel onto a piece of cardboard I'd cut out from a cereal box. Not because I was industrious, but because I was such a lazy kid to have so much spare time.
Thanks -- I had a a query on 9.1 using MEDIAN (implemented in pl/psql) going from 12 seconds to 0.2 seconds by switching to array_to_median(array_agg(the_column)). I found it was faster to actually query a million values and calculate the median in Python than to use that pl/psql MEDIAN so it's nice this can be done easier with array_agg + your thing.
I loved playing with the OO "Turbo Vision" framework back then and getting to learn about OO. Only programming Qt in C++ was equally enjoyable. The modern web is difficult to stand in comparison (though Anders is involved in Typescript).
And that big fat stack of manuals you got with Borland Pascal (which I recall buying used for perhaps equiv of $60 in 1993 - same price as the used 2400 bps modem).
PostgreSQL replication isn't hard these days, since 9.x and beyond its just a couple of lines of config, if you want active/active that's a different story for any ACID compliant databases, I'd look at CitusDB / Postgres-XL