This just in from Australia: Robots do not prevent sex.
Certainly, because nesting the declaration and if statement in curly braces to use the existing scoping rules of C and not pollute the syntax space is completely impractical. Much better to solve a specific instance of a problem than to use the existing simple solution that solves the entire class of problems.
C++ aficionados, your vexing problem has been solved! That is to say, your complex language has added a new "if" structure with more side-effects to enhance the impenetrability and opportunity for obscurantism that we all value so much.
Glad to see that this fellow has figured out how to create new technology jobs in foreign countries. I didn't realize that was his job, but kudos nevertheless.
Like most people I have written a custom plugin for my web browser that feeds the page content to a Perl interpreter running as root. Like one does.
Toy? My kids are all immersed in "learn to mod" writing Minecraft extensions using Google's Blockly (https://developers.google.com/blockly/). Their other toys get very little love these days.
Wait... Don't Chatham House rules apply at Chatham House?
> hoping that focusing investment on great content
Those evil capitalist bastards!!! I demand they give equal time to crappy content, like my new show: George Plimpton's CSI: Video Falconry.
"Pascal is Pascal is Pascal is dog meat." -- M. Devine and P. Larson, Computer Science 340