When reading an article like this, which details the struggles that most Americans have to face across the board —in terms of overwork, universal healthcare, paid vacation time, student debt, and so on— one has to wonder whether they are under some sort of Stockholm syndrome. How else can they justify being proud to be part of a nation that fails to let the vast majority of its citizens to share in its wealth? A nation that lags behind pretty much all other major industrialized countries in providing its average citizens with actual well-being?
I really hope #BernieSanders succeeds in giving a voice to the dissatisfaction of the American people, and restores the US to the prosperity levels that once inspired the American dream.
While hardware and software developed for one another may have a competitive advantage here, it shouldn't be as wide of a gap as it is between OS X and Ubuntu or OS.
We can and we must be much smarter about power consumption than we currently are. Desktop Linux needs to become Laptop Linux. Users should not have to install confusing, command-line driven tools to milk every last minute out of their batteries; that’s our job as OS creators.
will be at GNOME West Coast Summit along with several members of GNOME, and I hope we can help make battery life a top priority across projects.
"Saturn's smoggy moon Titan has hundreds of times more natural gas and other liquid hydrocarbons than all the known oil and natural gas reserves on Earth, scientists said today."
Next step, a graphical tool for making these worlds -- programming optional! Eventually we'll be getting close to stuff like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzFpg271sm8
What a time to be alive!
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