If you show a nonprogrammer a screen which has a user interface which is 100% beautiful, they will think the program is almost done.
People who aren't programmers are just looking at the screen and seeing some pixels. And if the pixels look like they make up a program which does something, they think "oh, gosh, how much harder could it be to make it actually work?"
Today, if you want to stick with El Capitain, you can run that on a 9 year old Mac.
How can you install it? It's no longer visible on the App Store. Is there a way to order a physical disc?
Looking on etymonline.com I see that Venerian was the older form of the word but has been displaced by Venusian. A pity.
Yeah, because the polls got the last referendum right.
They did, pretty much. It was the betting markets that got it very wrong.
While Brexit means London soon won't have access to the EU's open market across the continent,
Nobody knows yet whether this will turn out to be true. The negotiators may be able to cook up some deal that keeps the UK within the single market but outside the European Union (broadly as happens for Norway). On the other hand, a complete break is also a possibility.
We will have solar energy as soon as the utility companies solve one technical problem -- how to run a sunbeam through a meter.