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Why does it have to be about having common sense? Personally, I had no idea that certain tattoos contain chemicals that block light from my skin (I do actually understand how tattoos themselves work).People can't be experts about everything. Whether they be engineers or consumers. That's stupid talk.Is there no room for learning anymore?...genuine not knowing and then finding out?
Lane guidance. That's basically the only reason I can't quit Google Maps. It's definitely a small feature that I greatly love.
I don't know. Maybe ibeam has a history of making *disparaging* remarks about Apple on this forum. But boy, does digitalclips not like it when any positive word is written about Google (Android). Black-and-white thinking means not being able to see the nuance in most everyday realities. The article doesn't mention Android even once, but digitalclips didn't waste any time using it as an opportunity to revert back to kindergarten and crap on the the "assdroid" platform——as...
 I would love to live in your world of black-and-white thinking.
I'm not the only one appalled by the lack of capitalization, right? Also, poor Nick Wilson, having his business for the whole AI community to see....
I've had file sharing before and after Apple's offer to Dropbox.
I'm sure this has been addressed, but I think it's an interesting feature that Apple can force-upload files to any end device basically unchallenged (from a technical standpoint). That could be both useful, say emergency situations when emergency broadcast messages could be disseminated, or harmful. Random, kindergarten-level thought, I know. But still.
"The primary function of quotation marks is to set off and represent exact language (either spoken or written) that has come from somebody else." And again in another section near the beginning of the article: "Direct quotations involve incorporating another person's exact words into your own writing." https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/577/01/
Actually, I am gay, but I do have a boyfriend. So you're half-right. But my previous point still stands.
I appreciate your point. I just think in this case, the two are mutually exclusive. If the sole evidence of a crime is encrypted in a way that nobody else can gain access to, there isn't any way to enforce the law.There are plenty of things police can do that a free citizenry can't. I'm glad, too! Clearly the police can (and do) abuse that privilege. But the whole point of allowing officials to go slightly above what normal citizenry can do is to thwart other free citizens...
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