So far as I can tell this is mostly just html4.1 plus some web-fonts thrown in (which is properly css3), and a bunch of mostly browser-specific css. Not really html5. They mention canvas in their introduction, but I haven't come across an example.
Certainly looks better than the flash, but take a look at the source code and it'll make your eyes bleed. So much for semantic code - there are spans and divs up the wazoo.
You're jumping the gun there.
We could argue over defintions (since what you're describing there I would never consider as 'communism') but let me just say this: I'm against capitalism because it places control of economic (and, to a great degree, political) life in the hands of a small economic elite. Why would I think that placing the control of both economic and political life into the hands of a political elite would be any better?
Actually, I'm pretty sure it's still just a money pit. Except now the money going into the pit is coming from a bunch of rich pricks as opposed the State.
Nothing of actual value is being produced except for, well, the profit Virgin is making from its pit. Seems somehow circular to me.
A little off-topic, but I was wondering if anyone knows if a GrandCentral clone may be coming to Linux?
I know FreeBSD has integrated libdispatch into their kernel, but due to licensing issues this can't be done with the Linux kernel.
I suspect it is because the government has $1.5 billion awaiting to be awarded to an ISP or ISPs to implement a next generation broadband network across the country. They're all biting at the bit to be awarded part of the contract, and I suspect that they think complying with a voluntary filter will increase their chances.
More a case of the carrot than the stick, and politics carries on as usual.
- Implement tab-completion of commands, local and remote filenames
Well thank frak.
We all agree on the necessity of compromise. We just can't agree on when it's necessary to compromise. -- Larry Wall