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If you don't understand the problem, you're the problem.tht said:
Ultimately, you can probably blame the electorate for electing these folks. That's what the majority of voters wanted. To change it, the voters have to vote different.
mike fix said:I thought Felon Musk was going to put an end to the fake users himself?
Just another grift.
lkrupp said:I’ve settled on Safari as my primary browser and keep only one other browser, Firefox, just in case I encounter a website with Safari issues. But that hasn’t happened lately at all. Chrome is on my “Do not Use” list.
9secondkox2 said:Stabitha_Christie said:OutdoorAppDeveloper said:Does anyone else think that paying $400 for 32GB of RAM or $200 for 512GB of SSD space is a bit expensive? Like perhaps four times what the parts should cost? I guess we will just have to upgrade them our... oh snap!Of course we know what things cost. And of course we feel gouged when Apple pulls this stuff.
GeorgeBMac said:DAalseth said:*sigh* Y2K all over again. We found and fixed SO MANY things leading up to that. Mostly silly shortcuts that programmers took. They cut corners and it came back to bite them. Same thing here. Why did they give a fixed digit space for version. The article even said they ran into this going from single to two digit version numbers. They should have taken care of it once and for all.No, nobody "took shortcuts" leading up to the Y2K thing:Through the 70's, 80's and most of the 90's storage, particularly hardrive storage (called "DASD"), was severely limited and VERY expensive.
In fact, the less known 2020 bug was thanks to one of the fixes to the Y2K issue - windowing and was entirely a software problem not a hardware one.