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Oracle's closed approach keeps Java at risk
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, May 09 2013 @ 12:59 PM EDT
Java didn't die of being an indifferent language. Nor did it
die of having all those security issues in the browser for
so long. Java didn't even (quite) die over the misguided
litigation against Android's Dalvik.

But Java died irrevocably, for good, and never-look-back
when the private, trivial, nine-line range-check method
written by someone else was made an issue on appeal after
the judge whatsisname told the plaintiff it's too trivial to
sue over. (The judge got it.) It's over.

If I still had software that I haven't rewritten in another
language already, I would rewrite it in another language.
Amen.

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Linux Foundation Training Prepares the International Space Station for Linux Migration
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, May 09 2013 @ 01:38 PM EDT

Article link.

One must remember this makes sense because the International Space Station is a hobbyists platform ;)

RAS

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"Hilarious New Team Prenda Argument: Judge Wright's Order Is Irrelevant..."
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, May 09 2013 @ 05:47 PM EDT
You couldn't make this up.

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Snapchat really has to answer this
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, May 09 2013 @ 07:58 PM EDT
On Snapchat's website currently: www.snapchat.com/#Is- there- any-way-to-view-an-image-after-the-t ime-has-expired?
Is there any way to view an image after the time has expired?
No, snaps disappear after the timer runs out. You can save snaps that you capture by pressing the save button on the preview screen.
This is a very plain statement and, as we know, quite untrue.

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